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Stories From Papi: Where is Rabbit

Stories From Papi: Where is Rabbit

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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.

Snake feels horrible about what he just did and thinks no one will ever forgive him.

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

Themes: Responsibility, love, fairness, anger, friendship, truth, lies and forgiveness.

Excerpt:

One day Rabbit and Snake were talking and laughing. They were the best of friends, always hanging out and making each other laugh. Rabbit made an especially funny sound, and Snake just about keeled over in laughter, so much so, that he accidentally closed his mouth on Rabbit and swallowed him.

“Oh, no,” thought Snake, “I swallowed my best friend.”

He was very sad and started to cry. Then suddenly he thought, “What will everyone think? They might think I was hungry and ate him on purpose.”

So he wrapped himself in a tight coil so no one could see the lump Rabbit was making in his middle.

Just then, Stork walked up with Squirrel.

“Is Rabbit with you?” they asked.

“Nope,” he said through his teeth, hoping they couldn’t smell Rabbit on his breath.

 

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