Friday, April 2, 2010

Fractured Easter Tale~

One day, Chicken Little was walking through the woods somewhere in Wisconsin, when an acorn fell on her head. “The sky is falling!” Chicken Little called out.


She gathered her friends into a wagon and they all decide to travel to the castle and tell the king.


On their journey, they met Ducky Daddles who asked them where they were going.


They all tell her that the sky is falling and they are off to tell the king. “Are you sure?” she asks. “Yes!” they all agreed. So Ducky Daddles joined them on their journey and off they go to the castle to warn the king.

Soon, they come upon Honey and Sunny Bunny who ask where they are going.


They explain about the sky falling and that they must hurry to tell the king. “Are you sure?” ask Honey and Sunny. “Yes!” they all reply So Honey and Sunny Bunny join them on their journey.

In no time at all, they come upon Henry and Henrietta Hare who ask them where they are going.


The sky is falling and we have to tell the king! “Are you sure?” they ask? “Yes!” they all reply. So Henry and Henrietta Hare join them on their journey to the castle.

Finally, they meet Foxy Loxy on the trail.  Sly, Foxy Loxy offers to guide them to the king.


But instead, he tricks them and takes them to his den where he prepares to eat them all!


Before Foxy Loxy could eat them, the Brave Bugsy Wugsy hears their cries and scares Foxy Loxy away with his mighty carrots!


The End and Happy Easter!

35 comments:

  1. That was too cute! I love all your little critters. Are Chicken Little and her friends in the wagon carved from wood?

    Happy Easter!

    ~ Tracy

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  2. Adorable! Have a great weekend!

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  3. I LOVE your posts! Have a wonderful blessed Easter
    xoxo Pattie and Allie

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  4. Very cute!! Every time I hear this story I think of the show "The Golden Girls". They did this play in an episode once.

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  5. Cute cute cute..:) I love those little items you have ..I forget the name of them..but what stars for your storybooks..
    I would print some up for the apple of your eye Nana~
    Thank you for our story..Picture Perfect~

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  6. Happy Easter! All these pictures are so cute!

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  7. Love it, so creative. All of your bunnies and chicks are just adorable. I hope you have a Blessed Easter. Hugs, Marty

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  8. Love it! Have a nice Easter. Deb

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  9. You are too good... did you make those wonderful dolls??? The pictures are so delightful... great Easter present!

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  10. A perfect Easter tale!!! Thanks for the giggles!!!

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  11. Awwww! Very cute! Have a Happy Easter!...Christine

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  12. Thank you, friends and Happy Easter to you all!

    Mrs. B, yes they are carved wood and I've had them since my girls were little over 25 years.

    Deanna, no I didn't make them. They are Annalee dolls and just as old as the card wood animals ;)

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  13. Print this out and you have a delightful story that is beautifully illustrated! Cute post with sweet Easter decorations.

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  14. Happy Easter to YOU!! What a cute post... you are so cleaver!!

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  15. This is just too adorable! Your little figurines are super cute.

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  16. Cute, Cute, Cute! Happy Easter and thanks for the smile!

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  17. Love that cute post! Very creative and fun too. Hey, that fox was in my yard a couple of days ago! Happy Easter, Cindy

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  18. You should be doing children's books, Susan! This is just delightful & I can't wait to show & read it to Caroline. :-)

    The photos of the fox are very dramatic. They are beautiful creatures.
    I hear we have a couple of coyotes in our development, near one of the lakes. They are warning neighbors to steer clear & not approach, as its mating season. I don't think I own a lens strong enough to capture their photo while keeping me at a safe distance.

    Enjoy your Easter!
    fondly,
    Rett

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  19. You are going to definitely be a great Nana!! Love all your Annalee dolls and your cute story ..
    Happy a wonderful Easter with your family!

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  20. What a sweet, lovely post, Susan. You've given us a special Easter gift. Happiest wishes and Easter blessings for you and your family.

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  21. Totally adorable. Happy Easter!

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  22. You must have told wonderful stories to your kids.
    I appreciate the vintage bunnies.
    Happy Easter from NE Wisconsin!

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  23. When I was teaching we put on the Chicken Little play for Easter 1 year. Have not thought of that in years...thanks for the memory!

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  24. So cute, Susan. Now this should be in book form! I love it...and your animals are such fun! (Love that duck)
    I like Busgy Wugsy's shoulder bag!

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  25. Very cute, Susan! The fox is too scary though! He has to be cuter, LOL

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  26. Oh my, how cute is this? One seriously adorable blog post I tell you---loved it!

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  27. Thank you all, once again, for all of the wonderful comments!

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  28. Adorable! Hope you had a Happy Easter with your handsome little guy :)

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  29. What a fun little story - I hope you create some little photo books for Mack to grow up with, he has such a talented grandma :)

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  30. Bugsy Wugsy is my new hero!
    He takes fluff from nobody.

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