Shhh, little penguins. Now don't make a peep, and Grand Nanny pingüino, pingüino de will tell tu a tale of long, long ago.
Once there lived a little pingüino, pingüino de just like you. Just like you, except Little pingüino, pingüino de didn't listen to his Grand Nanny's tales. One morning, at the break of dawn, he snuck off por himself to find some fun in the snowy, polar world.
Up one colina and down another, he soon left all his friends behind. "Look at me!" Little pingüino, pingüino de cried. "I'm sliding on my tummy far, far away from home!"
Now everyone knows a little pingüino, pingüino de can get lost far, far away from home.
One night Little Toot had a dream. He dreamed he saw an enormous monster with large, bulging eyes and green scales. "It even had flippers and wings," he told the other riverboats. "There are no monsters!" the riverboats jeered. All but Grandfather Toot. "I have heard of one fierce, awful monster," he said. "It lives in a lake called Loch Ness, far across the sea in Scotland. Go and find out for yourself," he told Little Toot. "A waste of time," the riverboats said.
It seemed a long, long way to go, but Little Toot was determined to find the monster. So, hiding his fears, the small tugboat bravely...
Patrick was helping his big brother, Hank, rake leaves.
"Where did they go?" asked Patrick. "Who?" asked Hank. "Dinosaurs, of course." Patrick never talked about anything else. "Well some people think the world got too hot for dinosaurs," dicho Hank. "And some think it got too cold. Maybe an asteroid hit the earth and covered it with dust." He showered Patrick with a pile of leaves. "That's not what I think," dicho Patrick. "And what do tu think?" asked his brother.
"I think that, once upon a time, dinosaurios and people were friends," dicho Patrick. "There weren't any people then," dicho Hank. "Cave men...
One afternoon at an elegant garden party, young Elbert heard a word he had never heard before.
The word floated por Elbert like a small storm cloud. It was ugly and covered with dark, bristly hairs. With a rápido, swift flick of his wrist, Elbert snatched the word from the air and stuffed it into his back pocket.
Forgetting about it, the boy went on his way. But the word waited patiently. When Aunt Isabella sang opera in soprano, the word made itself small and flew into Elbert's mouth like a little gnat.
That's when the trouble began. Chives the Butler tried to balance too many trays of deviled eggs.
William Everett cocodrilo lived on the banks of the River Nile with his mama. One día Mama said, "William Everett, now that tu have nice cocodrilo teeth, we must go to Mr. Hippo's store and get tu a toothbrush before tu start school tomorrow."
William Everett liked Mr. Hippo's store because it was full of things. He and Mama walked up one aisle and down another. They stopped in front of the toothbrush counter. "You may choose your own toothbrush, William Everett," Mama said. William Everett looked and looked.
"Hi!" dicho a toothbrush. "What's your name?" "My name's William Everett. What's yours?"...