There was always an open sesame to the cookie jar and the apple barrel.
The girl studied him for a moment, then she picked up a cookie and gave it to him.
You know this is the first day of school and you can't run for a cookie if you get hungry.
"Only eight," mumbled Myra, with her mouth full of cookie crumbs.
It was a fact that Cayke the Cookie Cook was not a heavy person.
"We know that, already," answered Cayke the Cookie Cook, impatiently.
"It may be a far better country than this is," suggested the Cookie Cook.
Araminta gave him a cookie and advised him to go down by the brook.
Mrs. Alder gave her a cookie for her pay, and said she had done very well.
"Before, when we put them in the cookie jar, they escaped," said Jeremiah.