“You have such beautiful flowers in your garden,” said Mrs. Smith, Jen-Jen’s neighbour.
“Thank you,” said Jen-Jen, who was outside weeding her garden on a warm summer evening.
Jen-Jen had several bright orange tiger lilies. She had purple peonies and … Read the rest
“Cecilia,” said Rat Boy to his baby sister. “Mother’s Day is coming up. We really need to do something special for her. She does everything for us.”
“She does,” said Cecilia. “I love Mother very much.”
“I do too,” said … Read the rest
“Oh dear,” said Easter Lily, waking up from her long winter nap. “My legs feel a bit wobbly.”
“Well,” said Renee Chickadee, Easter Lily’s best friend. “Give them a few days and they will be fine.”
“Yes,” said Easter Lily. … Read the rest
Fred Bunny was hopping around in the forest one Valentine’s Day. The sun was shining brightly and it was a warm winters day. Fred saw Melissa Bunny hopping right toward him.
“Hi Fred!” exclaimed Melissa. “Happy Valentine’s Day!”
“Oh dear,” … Read the rest
Poor Mountain Mother had been very busy house cleaning the whole day long. She was exhausted and felt like she needed to go outside for some fresh air. When she stepped outside she got a second wind.
The air was … Read the rest
“Well,” said Jen-Jen to herself, while sitting on the porch of her log cabin. “It is now spring and I just don’t know what to do.”
Jen-Jen has a lot of friends but she is tired of doing things with … Read the rest
“Pretty flowers grow everywhere,” said Troll Mother, sadly, one afternoon. “Everywhere except for my garden.”
“But I don’t understand it,” said Troll Daddy. “Last year you had the best flowers in all of Troll Town. There must be something in … Read the rest
“Sparky,” asked Baby. “Do you love me?”
“Kind of,” said Sparky.
“What’s that supposed to mean?” asked Baby.
“Well,” explained Sparky. “You’re kind of my sister, so I kind of love you.”
“I guess that makes sense,” said Baby.
Baby … Read the rest
“Troll Mother!” exclaimed Troll Sister. “When can we go outside and play?”
“When the snow turns into flowers,” said Troll Mother.
“Well, when will that be?” asked Troll Brother, standing at the kitchen doorway, listening to his mother and sister … Read the rest
“Mommy, when is the sun ever going to shine!” exclaimed five year old, Jamie. “I want to go outside and play.”
“It’s pretty cold out today,” said Mommy. “However, I think that you could go outside and play for a … Read the rest