Spring had finally come in Eastern Ontario and Jen-Jen couldn’t be happier. It had been a long cold winter. Jen-Jen was enjoying the warm sunshine. She was outside tending to her garden.
“Oh look,” said Jen-Jen to herself. “I see … Read the rest
It was a rather cool spring morning. Mrs. Robin was gathering worms for her three hungry babies. A bumble bee was flying around.
“Good morning Mrs. Robin,” said the bumble bee.
“Oh my!” exclaimed Mrs. Robin. “You frightened me.”
“I … Read the rest
“Slow-Poke,” said Mother looking out the kitchen window on a rainy spring morning. “It is raining outside.”
“That means that I will have to wear that old raincoat,” said Slow-Poke, angrily. “I may as well not wear one at all. … Read the rest
It was a sunny spring day and Alphabet Allie was visiting with her Aunt Sue.
“‘S’ is for sunny and spring,” said Alphabet Allie. “I am happy it is springtime.”
“‘S’ is for springtime,” said Aunt Sue. “Spring is a … Read the rest
It was a rainy spring day. Mrs. Robin had just finished feeding her three babies when she heard something rustling in the dried up leaves that covered the ground. She looked over the edge of the nest and was frightened … Read the rest
“It is a beautiful spring morning,” thought Mrs. Robin to herself as she just finished feeding her three babies their breakfast.
Mrs. Robin began cleaning out her nest when, all of a sudden, a terrible smell filled the air.
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“Good morning babies,” said Mrs. Robin, seeing all three of her babies sitting in the nest on a cloudy spring morning. “It is going to rain today so, I brought extra worms for the three of you to eat. That … Read the rest
“It is a beautiful spring day,” said Mrs. Tulip to herself as she took her morning stroll through the garden. “The sun is shining and it is very warm. I am so happy.”
“Good morning,” said Mrs. Robin when she … Read the rest
Mrs. Robin was busy taking care of her three babies one spring morning, when one of the babies looked over the side of the nest and screamed.
“What is the matter?” asked Mrs. Robin, looking over the edge of the … Read the rest
It was a warm spring afternoon. Mrs. Robin was in the garden. She was looking for some big juicy dew worms to feed her children but she wasn’t having any luck. Her children were hungry and Mrs. Robin was running … Read the rest
“I thought it was spring,” said Mr. Squirrel as he walked through the garden.
“It is spring,” said Mrs. Tulip, smiling.
“It sure doesn’t look like it,” said Mr. Squirrel, looking very depressed.
“What do you mean it doesn’t look … Read the rest