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The Frog in the Pulpit

Ever see a frog in a pulpit? A frog with a message? Who can deliver a message about nature better than a frog – A frog that talks to plants and people (indirectly) that’s “The Frog in the Pulpit”.


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The Violets told the Tilliums
And they told the Dogtooth Lily
Who began to laugh at the idea
For it was just plain silly.


The Lily told the Anemone
And they were filled with glee
The Idea was funny
But what a sight to see.


Soon every spring flower on the hill
Heard a story that wouldn't quit
That there was somebody
Up in Jack's Pulpit.


But to each flower on the hill
It was plain to see
That something was strange
And to them ľa mystery.


For Jack-in-the Pulpit was moving
From side to side
And the flowers wondered
Is there something inside?


To their amazement
And their surprise
Up popped a little tree frog
With two big eyes.


"Hear ye! Hear ye!
You flowers on the hill
Hear ye! Hear ye!
All you Lilies and Daffodils."


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Who Stole My Letter by Henry L. Jones

Carletta wrote a letter to Santa Claus. So did her classmates. Unfortunately, after the fire-drill, Carletta’s letter was missing. It could not be found. Carletta, the tallest third grader in the class, became upset, and stated that there were ‘thieves’ in the class. From that moment on, her letter traveled surreptitiously and intentionally, from one ‘thief’ to another ‘thief’. Mrs. Carter, Carletta’s teacher, does her best, but she is helpless and without a clue as to how to recover the letter.

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“I looked. It ain’t on the floor and it ain’t on my desk.’
                Miss Carter could see that Carletta was upset. This was her first
year with this class, and she didn’t know quite what to expect. She
thought that Carletta was about to cry, but there was anger in her eyes,
also. Miss Carter quickly stepped to Carletta’s side and put an arm
around her shoulder.
                “Everyone look around on the floor. Hopefully we will find it.” Every
pupil in the class now was drawn into the problem, and they were not
too pleased. Some made a quick glance around and few did not. They
wanted to finish their letters to Santa. “We had to rush for the fire drill,
so it could have fallen on the floor.”
                Miss Carter, was trying to quiet her students. There was a feeling
of tension in the air. Carletta, the tallest girl in the class, stood next to
Jason’s desk. Jason, seated behind Carletta, was a prankster. His face
did not always reflect what was going on in his mind.
                “Miss Carter, maybe she took her letter with her,” Jason shouted.

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Carletta wrote a letter to Santa Claus. So did her classmates. Unfortunately, after the fire-drill, Carletta's letter was missing. It could not be found. Carletta, the tallest third grader in the class, became upset, and stated that there were 'thieves' in the class. From that moment on, her letter traveled surreptitiously and intentionally, from one 'thief' to another 'thief'. Mrs. Carter, Carletta's teacher, does her best,
but she is helpless and without a clue as to how to recover the letter.

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The Frog in the Pulpit
by Henry L Jones

Ever see a frog in a pulpit? A frog with a message? Who can deliver a message about nature better than a frog - A frog that talks to plants and people (indirectly) that’s “The Frog in the Pulpit”.