Annabel and The Ant

Annabel and The Ant

Story by Meg Wilson
Illustration by Cheri Benson and Gerri Berger

Annabel and The Ant

“I say, little one, you do have lovely eyes.”

He put his head down and pawed the dirt with a front leg. “Thanks.” Then he started to crawl to another stalk still looking away.

Annabel continued, “Don’t go,” Annabel said. “You won’t catch my scent from over there.” Ant stopped and then moved closer with curiosity. He leaned into her blooming face taking a big whiff. “Hey, you do smell pretty.”
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Annabel and The Ant - story by Meg Wilson - illustration by Cheri Benson & Gerri Berger

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