The Outdoor Girls in Florida is a story of adventure following a group of girls (Amy, Mollie, Betty, and Grace) on a journey to help their friend Will.
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This poem expresses the problem many people have with getting up when it is dark in the morning and going to bed in the evening when it is still light outside.
A child climbs into a tree and imagines seeing other places.
A children’s subtraction poem about chickadees.
Written as a play, this is a story about neighbors who do not get along. The hedgehog challenges the hare to a contest. The contest is used to settle the differences between the neighbors. However, is the means fair?
Twelve fishermen think one of them has drowned. When they count to see if everyone is there they always count eleven.
A nursery rhyme (from Mother Goose) originating from a milkmaid chant used to charm her cow to give milk.
A fun nursery rhyme/riddle.
The story of a good rabbit and a very naughty bad one.
by Lucy Larcom
A rhyme that serves to tell children to behave through the song of a bird.
A nursery rhyme about the differences between the city mouse and the garden mouse and how each is happy in his own manner.
A rhyme about a farmer who chases a hog out of his fodder field.
A folk tale that teaches children not to daydream, but work for their reward.
A humorous poem about the daily routine of a farmer and his maid.
A poem about symbolic fertility.
As a way to pass the time during a raging snowstorm, family members exchange stories by the fireside.
An invisible friend plays with toys.
A child’s riddle involving multiplication and logic.
A cat bites the tail off of the mouse. The mouse is led on a merry chase attempting to bring back cream for the cat who will then return the mouse’s tail.
A nursery rhyme that mimics a lullaby.
A poem about a boy hunting a cock-sparrow.