Thursday, November 18, 2010

Little Frog Polly

Once upon a time there was a little frog named Polly. And everybody loved the little frog because she was so merry, and she hopped around trying to find a hiding place in the sun, but very cheerily. She didn't want to make anyone sad, because they all loved her and everyone would be so sad if little Polly were sad. Once she had babies. And she was very happy. She took care of them. But a cat wanted to eat those little babies. He tried to but he couldn't. He tried to find eggs, but he couldn't. And when the babies hatched, they were just like their good mother Polly. They grew up just like her, only some were boys, of course.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Hamster Pampsty

Once upon a time there was a hamster. And he was named Hamster Pampsty. He was very happy. He was the king of the hamsters, and he always liked to run around in Carla's garden. Axa liked hamsters. She wanted to catch one. She could already catch lizards. The hamster did not want her to catch him. So his little army came with their little sticks, not spears at all. Stick, stick, stick. So they tried to kill Axa. But she only kicked them away. The end.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Mr. Grasshopper

Once there was a grasshopper. And he was Mr. Grasshopper, the king of all the grasshoppers. His hopper legs were so long that he could hop over a whole street in one leap. Everybody was so amazed by their king.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Happy Spider in Its Web

Once there was a happy spider. And it was very happy because it was in its web. And it never got taken away, even if it was very scared and it went down by a thread. And it was very happy because of that. And his name was Spidery Spider. And everybody was happy because of him, because he made them happy. The end.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Little Snail

Once there was a little snail. And he was a very happy snail. He was very fat, but he got too lazy, so he got so thin because he was too lazy to get his own food. Once a grasshopper brought him some food, and he thought the grasshopper should always do this, because he was his best friend. The snail thought that the grasshopper would always bring him food, and so he got so lazy that even when the grasshopper didn't bring him food, he didn't get his own food. He got so thin that he died.