DOROTHY left Bunbury the same way she had entered it and when they were in the forest again she said to Billina:
"I never thought that things good to eat could be so dis'gree'ble."
"Often I've eaten things that tasted good but were disagreeable afterward," returned the Yellow Hen. "I think, Dorothy, if eatables are going to act badly, it's better before than after you eat them."
"P 'raps you're right," said the little girl, with a sigh. "But what shall we do now?"
"Let us follow the path back to the signpost," suggested Billina. "That will be better than getting lost again."
"Why, we're lost anyhow," declared Dorothy; "but I guess you're right about going back to that signpost, Billina."
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Publication information: Book title: The Emerald City of Oz. Contributors: L. Frank Baum - Author, John R. Neill - Illustrator. Publisher: Reilly & Lee. Place of publication: Chicago. Publication year: 1910. Page number: 196.
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