Quips & Quotes: Benjamin Franklin Philosophy 101 for kids: In this "Quips & Quotes," we focus on, well, a few quips and quotes from Poor Richard's Almanac. Great discussion points and for understanding "underlying language."
Hiccup, The Burping Dog "This was not an ordinary burp, but one with depth and resonance. Gusto and volume." We all have our own unique talents. Hiccup the dog is very proud of his, um, special "talent."
Really Bad Jokes, vol. 1 Yes, every child should have a few really bad jokes floating around in their head, too.
Jabberwocky The Lewis Carroll poem; sure to spark the imagination of anyone who reads it or, better yet, listens to it. Now, mimsy through those borogoves. Callooh! Callay!
Kathy, The Bunny Queen "Every night when the moon is out, Kathy the Bunny Queen takes her basket and goes outside." A short-short storychime.
Quips & Quotes: Dr. Seuss Philosophy 102 for kids: In this "Quips & Quotes," we focus on Dr. Seuss. To 'quote' Theodor "Seuss" Geisel... "I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells..."
Quips & Quotes: Ogden Nash Philosophy 103 for kids: In this "Quips & Quotes," we focus on quips and short poems of the great, um, "worderlizer" Ogden Nash... "I would live all my life in nonchalance and insouciance, Were it not for making a living, which is rather a nouciance."
Hiccup, The Burping Dog's Birthday Party "He had no idea that this day, today, happened to be his birthday. Today, Hiccup was turning five." Who doesn't enjoy a delightfully doggy birthday party? Read about Hiccup The Burping Dog's special day. And make plans to celebrate your own best friend's birthday. A StoryRhyme Very Short Story...
Hiccup the Burping Dog Also Looks Up "Little Boy watched as Hiccup angrily complained to the sky, barking at the white contrail that a jet plane was leaving behind." Hiccup thinks deep thoughts; he's a multi-faceted dog; complicated. Just what is it that he sees?
▼ Latest Addition... Down Went the Spoon "Down went the coins I saved for a week. Why, they started to scatter and play hide and seek!" Why oh why does everything seem to fall, break or disappear when you're two, three, four or five?