Annabel and The Ant

Annabel and The Ant

Story by Meg Wilson
Illustration by Cheri Benson and Gerri Berger

Annabel and The Ant

She carefully sprinkled plant food around the base of the bush covering an unseen onlooker. “HEY! Who turned out the sun?” came a squeaky voice from under the granules. Cornelius the Cedar heard his cry and saw the whole thing.

“Watch yourself, young fella” he said.

“I’m okay. Don’t worry about me. I’m an ant and can lift 50-times my own weight.” Proving his point, he wrapped two arms around several rather large plant food granules lifting them with ease.


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Annabel and The Ant - story by Meg Wilson - illustration by Cheri Benson & Gerri Berger

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