This made me chuckle. Great title. I guess we all need to watch out when an elephant sneezes. Loved the humour in this story. I think anything an elephant does you would need to duck… lol. This is fun, Catherine! I totally want a birthday cake with jelly baby guards!
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Datilus knows everything. Hi Lenora, I felt so sorry for Stella…such great word choices to describe her discomfort! This is interesting and thoughtful. Nice job with so few words. Lenora…I love your premise…showing that the new teacher may know everything, but he has no heart. Thank you for sharing your precious words with us! Hog and Dog jog. See a log in bog. Call friend Frog who blogs. They talk to Log. But Log never says a word. He sticks in bog.
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Hog and Dog invent ice cream flavors. Frog teaches blogging in Prague but Log never leaves. Poor Log never leaving…or maybe he is just happy in the bog! Hog and Dog ice cream flavours? Fun visual with Hog and Dog jogging. Wonderful word play with stick in the bog. I could see this as a fun early reader. Or maybe even what a child might misunderstand when they hear this name. This is quite clever…thank you for joining our 50PreciousWords!
The title is Hog and Dog. Thanks for this incredible edible competition. Reminds me of the book Doug Dug. Pound and mix, mix and pound, ball them up and make them round. Flatten them and fill the pan; finish up your master plan.
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Tummy yummy, Mud Pie Dinner. Like Liked by 23 people. Sherri, you captured the fun of summer play in rhyme, rhythm, and visuals. Best of luck. I read this and it instantly transported me back to my own Mud Pie making days. Fun energy and great rhymes! Oh, this brings back childhood and early parenting memories. You have a great rhyme and rhythm here. Very cute, Sherri…kids will love a story about making mudpies! Love your verbs…flatten, fill, fiinish! Thank you to all who commented. Your kind words are so reassuring. This is so, so good. Love it! Reminds me of baking mud pies when I was a little girl.
Love your verb choices too. This is really fun!
Great work! Oh, boy, oh, boy! What a romp and rhythm you create for your story. Loved this simple rhyming poem that took me back to my childhood down on the farm with family friends pretending to be mother and making mud pies. Love it. Amen… The year and its events, lyrical and lovely handwritten by God. What a sweet story with an easy rhythm and delightful rhyme. I really enjoyed your choice of more complicated, unusual rhymes.
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Great job evoking each season so concisely and lyrically. Thank you, Vivian. I think lots of people are ready for a bit of warm weather. This is a lovely depiction of the seasons. You certainly have God given talent! All the best, Lily. Like the others I thought this was beautiful.
Lovely rhyme. Chiara seeks help from her friend at the circus. They blow up helium balloons and off she goes. Geese get in her way. Luckily she lands on the circus safety net. Like Liked by 9 people. I agree that this would make an interesting opening for a PB.
Chiara loves science and adventures. She will be faced with a few obstacles and will learn to try harder. I was In Sardinia for a week checking out restaurants for a wedding reception. Thank goodness the safety net was there. Beautiful verb choices…drink the rays of light, bounce on my fingers! This is really lovely.