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Snoot's Snouts

Ann Garrett

Snoot the Pooch was sad one day.
“I wonder why I look this way.
My nose is doggone commonplace.
It’s just so boring on my face."
“I’d feel better, I suppose,
if I could have a... [+]


Children's

If You Ever Met a Dragon

Susan Lendroth

If you ever met a dragon
and asked him in for tea,
he’d rave about the apple scones
with great civility.
He’d be the perfect guest
for anyone to host,
unless the dragon hiccuped... [+]


Children's

The Penny

Lori Khadse

Once upon a time,
in a leather wallet a little torn,
lived a small, small penny,
his spirit just born.
All his life, he watched money come and go,
bills and coins, smooth paper checks... [+]


Children's

Macks and the Slippery Sled

Jill Nogales

“It’s snowing, Macks,” said Jake to his cat.
“Come sit by the fire. Snooze on your mat.
Just look out the window. It’s too cold to play.
Let’s ride my sled on a warmer day.”... [+]


Children's

Hillie Sorts It Out

Susan Lendroth

The rain had dried up – 
every drip, every puddle – 
but Hillie couldn’t go out 
while her room was a muddle. 
Mom had been clear, and 
her dad had agreed, 
“First... [+]