LAUGHTER IS BETTER THAN MEDICINE – TAKE A HEAPING SPOONFUL REGULARLY

I have recently written a children’s book aboutthe unusual 26 children in Miss Prim’sthird grade class. There’s a child foreach letter of the alphabet.Today I’d like you to meet Pixie Piggle.I hope she makes you smile.Remember, laughter is good medicine.PIXIE PIGGLE giggled when she should not.The more she tried not to the worse it got.When the mayor came to schools one dayto give a talk on safety while at play,Pixie Piggle giggled at what he had to say.The mayor was bothered when Pixie giggled.His nose twitched and his ears wiggled.He simply could not her giggles ignore.So Miss Prim marched Pixie … Continue reading LAUGHTER IS BETTER THAN MEDICINE – TAKE A HEAPING SPOONFUL REGULARLY

SOMETIMES WE GIGGLE WHEN WE SHOULD NOT

As mentioned in an earlier post, I enjoy writing about the Alphabet Children in Miss Prim’s middle school class.  Earlier I wrote about Humphrey Higgins Hook, a boy who refused to read a book. Today, I’m sharing about little Pixie Piggle who tried hard not to giggle.  If you’re like me, you can identify. PIXIE PIGGLE giggled when she should not. The more she tried not to, the worse it got. When Mayor May came to school one day To give a talk on safety while at play, Pixie Piggle giggled at what he had to say. The mayor was … Continue reading SOMETIMES WE GIGGLE WHEN WE SHOULD NOT