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Stories From Papi: The Problem with Grackle

Stories From Papi: The Problem with Grackle


Stories written and illustrated by Jorge Goyco, edited and curriculumized by Suzanne Gose, and perfect for homeschooling. 

These stories are in the form of eBooks, that you can download individually for $.99 each. Each story has a coloring page, cute drawings throughout, and questions that can be asked after reading them. We've formulated the questions in the back to be age appropriate, so if you have a kindergardener, a middle schooler and a high schooler, there will be something for all of them.

The forest animals have a meeting to figure out what to do about Grackle.

Package Includes:
11 page story
1 coloring page
Fun activity section
16 age appropriate questions

Themes: Friendship, depression, loneliness, boredom, encouragement, mischieviousness, acceptance.


“And how is the neighborhood?” asked Mrs. Turtle.

“Oh,” said Stork proudly, “It’s one of the best around. Great schools, beautiful trees, and the neighbors are just fabulous.”

“Well, I love it.” Mrs. Turtle said to Mr. Turtle. And right as Mr. Turtle was going to say, “We’ll take it.”

“SPLAT!” Right on the contract.

The very next day, the forest neighbors had a meeting.

“Something needs to be done,” barked Stork, “I can’t get anyone to buy a home in our neighborhood anymore. And so many have started to move out.”

“And it’s getting worse.” huffed Beaver, who was the forest’s trail cleaner.

“Grackle was such a nice bird when we first met him,” wondered Froggie.

“SPLAT!” Right in the middle of the table.

“Well,” chimed in Alligator, “does anyone have any suggestions as to how to deal with this problem?”


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File Last Updated:
August 05, 2010
This title was added to our catalog on August 05, 2010.