“Little Crow,” said Grandmother, seeing that he was sad. “What is wrong?”
“Today is Father’s Day,” said Little Crow, with tears in his eyes. “I am sad because I don’t have a father and I wish I did.”
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“Happy Mother’s Day,” said Little Crow to his grandmother when he came into her kitchen, on Mother’s Day morning.
“Thank you,” said Grandmother.
“I love you very much,” said Little Crow. “You are like a mother to me and have … Read the rest
“Little Crow,” said Grandma. “It is almost Easter.”
“I love Easter,” said Little Crow.
“I do too,” said Grandma.
“What was Easter like when you were young?” asked Little Crow.
“Oh now, you don’t want to hear any stories about … Read the rest
“Are you a real live leprechaun?” asked Little Crow seeing a leprechaun sitting on a rock while he was flying in the air.
“Yes,” said the leprechaun. “I am a real live leprechaun.”
“This must be my lucky day,” said … Read the rest
“I need to lay down,” said Grandmother. “I don’t feel very well.”
“Okay,” said Little Crow. “Go and rest. I will finish cleaning up the kitchen for you.”
“You are such a good little crow,” said Grandmother. “Thank you!”
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It was a very windy day and Little Crow was sitting on a branch of a tree.
“I can’t believe how windy it is today,” said Little Crow. “The wind is swaying and it is going to knock me off. … Read the rest
Little Crow was sitting on a fence post in the prairies. It was a cold autumn day and he needed to find a warm place to sit. He knew though, that his cousin Jake was just going to bully him.… Read the rest
It was a warm autumn day in the prairies. Little Crow just landed on a fence post in the backyard of Mrs. Jackson’s house. He could smell something that smelled heavenly and it was driving him crazy. He hopped up … Read the rest
Out in the wide open fields in the prairies, live a lot of pretty mean and nasty crows. These crows are big and black and they are pretty scary looking.
There is one crow that isn’t mean and nasty. He … Read the rest