QOAF: Rainbow Edition – Free

I have finally published the last of the Questioning Our Animal Friends series. It is currently available at smashwords.com, inktera and apple/ibook (click on the name for a direct link. It will soon be available on: barnes and noble, kobo, txtr, etc. I will provide links when they become available.

This ebook includes the children’s poems I have previously posted on this blog. You can click the links below to read these poems.

Red Panda: On Blog

Serious Orange Clownfish: On Blog

Magical Yellow Seahorse: On Blog

Green Frog: On Blog

Blue Penguin: On Blog

Purple Starfish: On Blog

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Little Sneaky Fox

Here is my fox children’s poem. I hope you enjoy.

Little Sneaky Fox

Sneaky Fox, with cute little paws…

How do you do that? How do you get there without anyone noticing?

Can you walk lightly on your toes?

Or are you just prancing on your feet?

Can you move quietly on the ground without even trying?

Or are your paws so fluffy that they don’t make noise?

Can you jump from one place to the other with ease?

Or are you so good that it’s more play than work?

Can you run from the ground to a tree stump and then through bushes with practice?

Or are you able to show off your tricks to everyone with your first try?

How do you do that? How do you get there without anybody seeing?

Sneaky fox, with adorable playful paws…

Once again, I don’t mind sharing as long as you give “my safe haven creation” credit and it would be nice to post a link to this blog. Also, I don’t mind if you copy or paste the poem outside of the internet (just as long as you give proper credit again). Please don’t use any of the poem, in whole or in part, to make a profit. You can ask me a question at anytime.

Proud Lion Cub

Here is another children’s poem. As you probably can see and will see, all of the little poems will have the same frame. I wanted to keep it this way for consistency reason but to all get children to think. I think most questions stir up possible boundless answers inside of us. I hope that when you read this to your children that it will spark thoughts and let their imagination run wild. Thank you for reading my blog and I hope you enjoy.

Proud Lion Cub

Proud Lion Cub, with all that courage…

Where does it come from? Where does your strength come from?

Is it when you are playing with your brothers, sisters, or cousins?

Or when you have a chance to play with your mom or dad?

Is it when you hop of a rock?

Or when you pounce on a cricket?

Is it when you can sneak up behind a mouse?

Or when you sneak up and scare your aunts?

Is it when you look over all the land you can play on?

Or when you are surrounded by your pride family?

Where does it come from? Where does your might come from?

Proud Lion cub, with all the bravery…

Once again, I don’t mind sharing as long as you give “my safe haven creation” credit and it would be nice to post a link to this blog. Also, I don’t mind if you copy or paste the poem outside of the internet (just as long as you give proper credit again). Please don’t use any of the poem, in whole or in part, to make a profit. You can ask me a question at anytime. By next week, I hope to post an update or another creation. Thank you for your time and I hope you enjoy.

How Does A Mouse Travel?

This is the first of a couple small children’s poem that i will be posting. As I said before, I don’t mind sharing as long as you give “my safe haven creation” credit and it would be nice to post a link to this blog. Please don’t use any of the poem, in whole or in part, to make a profit. You can ask me a question at anytime. By next week, I hope to post an update or another creation. Thank you for your time and I hope you enjoy.

How Does A Mouse Travel?

Quiet Mouse, with tiny little footsteps…

Where do you go? Where are your secret roads?

Do you travel behind walls?

Or do you move underneath the floor?

Do you move from house to house?

Or do you dig underground?

Do you make a straight path?

Or do you make a clever maze?

Do you share it all with your friends?

Or do you keep a spot all to yourself?

Where do you go? Where are your secret tunnels?

Quiet Mouse, with silent tippy toes…