Boy, oh boy! It has been a while since I was able to talk to you guys. But I want you to know that I’ve had a time, keeping up with my friend Junior Rabbit. He’s on the go right now. I have to find out where he is because he’s been traveling. You’ll find out, too, in a couple of months where his first adventure will be.
Now remember guys, it’s Summer and there’s so much fun to be had. You’ll be visiting friends in different states, going to the park and amusements parks, having barbeques, swimming, bike riding, scooter riding and so much more.
Just don’t forget that while you’re having all of that fun, there’s a world of fun to be had at the Library. At the Library you can get a book about origami and how to make figures, you can even become the hero in a far away country. You can help others who don’t have what you have. You know that your little brothers and sisters and you little cousins and nieces and nephews will love to have you read Junior Rabbit to them and even Loony the Loon to them. They will laugh at the funny sounds you make while they imagine the story you are reading to them. So, let’s be sure that reading a book a day is on our list of fun things to do this Summer.
Talk to you later! I’m on my way to a family reunion!
It’s me, Jenny! WHEW! It has been a whirlwind of activity with me for the last few months. I mean, I really missed you guys. But today, I am glad to say that I can catch up with all of you and find out what you are doing.
I sure hope school is going well. Can you believe that there are only about 4 or 5 weeks left until Summer vacation? Okay. I can hear a lot of you shouting YAYYYYY!! And there is nothing wrong with wishing for Summer vacation. Besides you all deserve it. You’ve worked so hard in school getting those A’s and B’s. So you deserve a break.
I just want you to remember one thing: While you are planning your summer always make plans to read 20 minutes a day. Yep, read every day. And please if you have little brothers and sisters or little nieces and nephews or just little kids in the neighborhood, please get a book and read to them, as well. Babies even love to hear your voices as you read Dr. Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham or my books, A Surprise for Junior, Loony the Loon and the Littered Lake or Junior Rabbit Learns About Christmas. Believe me guys, when you read you learn about this world and all the wonderful things in it.
Oops, I gotta go. I am writing another book to be published later this year. I sure hope you guys will read my books. Talk to you later,
Wow, it’s been a fun Summer so far and I sure hope that it’s been a fun summer for you, too. I want to tell you something that really bothers me. I see many of you with your cell phones and you’re having so much fun watching funny things on it, and you’re also texting back and forth to your friends and family and that’s great. But make sure that the things you’re texting or watching are good things and not bad or hurtful things. Remember, words hurt. Never let anyone make you feel bad about yourself because they are a bully! Bullies don’t think about the fact they are hurting people. They just think that they can hurt others and get away with it. Well, if someone who is supposed to be your friend begins to push you around or they text mean and unkind words to you, tell your mom and dad about it first and then make up your mind that the person isn’t really your friend. Be brave and let them know you are not afraid and that you will NOT let them treat you bad or say and text ugly things to you. You were made by God and God makes good everything. Bullying is for losers and you are not a loser. Just remember to be kind and have more fun this Summer, too. Talk to you later. JENNY
Well, it won’t be long until the Summer vacation is here. How many of you did great in school? What I mean is how many of you got A’s and B’s in your classes. I hope all of you did. But I want to tell you something, please, please, please take time and get to the Library where you can check out at least one book on let’s say, social studies and read it, so that you’ll be able to keep up when you get back in school. Here’s a little quiz for you all. If you need to, ask Mom and Dad or big brother or big sister to help you with it. Send the answers back to me in the comment section below and I’ll check it for you.
What city do you live in?
How old is the city that you live in? (you can find out this answer at the Library)
What state do you live in?
What county do you live in?
Do you like the Library?
Well guys, I’ll be waiting to hear from you all. Until next time, remember, “keep it simple and read a book”.