Scamper with the Peanut Butter Feet
By Patricia Eytcheson Taylor
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Published: Oct. 12, 2011
Words: 1,460 (approximate)
Scamper was a big gray squirrel who lived in Aunt Boo’s yard. Scamper made a general nuisance of himself, while constantly dreaming of being king of the backyard. Aunt Boo thought of a unique, yet simple, solution to teach Scamper to be satisfied with what he had.
Scamper was a big gray squirrel who lived in Aunt Boo’s yard. His greatest enjoyment came from annoying her. He helped himself to the best fruits from her prize orchard, took the biggest nuts from her pecan trees, and ate the golden cornbread she baked for the birds. Scamper made a general nuisance of himself, while constantly dreaming of being king of the backyard. Aunt Boo thought and thought about how she could get even and teach Scamper a lesson at the same time. Her unique, yet simple, solution would teach Scamper to be satisfied with what he had.
, peanut butter
, bird feeder
, aunt boo
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