By Mark Kimball Moulton
This identify is appropriate for a while 4-8. occasionally existence provides us with unforeseen magical moments. So it's during this story of a snowman named simply Bob: while a tender baby builds a snowman, he involves lifestyles simply lengthy sufficient to impart a couple of suggestions concerning the significance of establishing and conserving friendships pricey. Illustrated with heat and whimsy, this ebook is a vintage tale the entire relations can percentage.
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Please don’t let it be true, she thought. She rather liked Nar and felt sorry the maid had to work so hard. ” The Royal Chef wiped his face with a handkerchief. “Food,” he said. “Leftovers. ” she asked mildly. “Well, no,” the Royal Chef admitted, “but who else could have done it? ” He looked hard at Yusuf. ” Yusuf laughed. “I bet it wasn’t the girl at all. ” spluttered the Royal Chef. “How dare you, sir! ” “Of course you do,” Selime soothed. The maid had been 55 working harder than ever lately.
31 The three princesses giggled. ” Yusuf roared with laughter. ” Lysandra whispered to Elena. ” After dinner Selime and Ahmed excused themselves from the table. Selime wanted to bathe Hassim and put him to bed, and Ahmed needed to make preparations for the next day’s journey. Yusuf entertained the princesses with stories about dragons, fairies, and ogres. When he waved his hand in front of Elena’s eyes and turned them from hazel to blue to hazel again, the princesses were amazed. ” Fatima asked.
Yusuf appeared from the opposite hallway. 36 He smiled when he saw the girls. ” Prince Ahmed frowned. “I wish I wasn’t going to be gone while you and your friends are here,” he said to Fatima. ” Bats and bullfrogs! Fatima’s face grew warm. Ahmed treated her as if she were an infant. And in front of everyone, too! “The princesses will be great company for Selime and Hassim while we’re gone,” said Yusuf. ” Fatima flashed him a smile. Yusuf was so much nicer than Ahmed! If only her brother-in-law could be more like him.
A Snowman Named Just Bob by Mark Kimball Moulton