Neon Cop

Neon Cop Goes Ice Skating

“It is very cold outside,” said Neon Cop, coming into the house after work one evening. “I keep telling you that you shouldn’t wear shorts in the winter,” said Neon Cop’s wife, Suzie. Suzie was referring to the fact that Neon Cop wore fluorescent coloured shorts and tops all year long. That was the reason […]

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Fawn

Misfit

Fawn and his new friend, Misfit, were outside looking at the ice rink that Mr. Hansen had just built. “Let’s go skating,” said Fawn. “I can’t skate,” said Misfit. “But everyone can skate,” said Fawn. “Yeah,” said Misfit. “Everyone but me.” “Okay,” said Fawn. “Let’s go into the barn and listen to some music.” “I […]

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Fawn

Ice Skating

“I want to do something fun today,” said Fawn. Fawn had been cooped up in the barn for almost a week now because it had been so bitterly cold outside. “Well,” said Spot. “What would you like to do? It is still cold outside so I don’t know if you would want to do anything […]

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mountains

Poor Mountain Family’s March Break

“So next week the Poor Mountain children are home from school,” said Poor Mountain Mother. “How come?” asked Poor Mountain Father, reading the newspaper. “It is March Break,” said Poor Mountain Mother. “Well aren’t they lucky,” said Poor Mountain Father. “I wish I could have a March Break.” “Yes,” said Poor Mountain Mother. “That would […]

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Fawn

Fawn and Grampy

“Hi Grampy,” said Fawn, happily. “How are you?” “I’m fine,” said Grampy. Fawn had not seen Grampy since Great Grandpa died. “It’s just not the same without Great Grandpa, is it? asked Fawn seriously. “No,” said Grampy. “It’s not. Great Grandpa was one of a kind.” “I sure miss him,” said Fawn. “I do too,” […]

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reading stories to children

March Break

“Mommy, I’m bored!” cried three year old, Jimmy. “I don’t have anything to do!” “Don’t worry, Jimmy,” said Mommy. “Sarah and Billy will be home all next week for March Break. You will be so busy with them that you will be wishing that they would hurry up and go back to school.” “Oh goodie,” […]

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