Yes, I said llama. “But wait,” you say, “I don’t recall a fairy tale featuring a llama.”
Neither can I. (But I’m sure there were lots of llamas roaming around in the background of fairy tales. . . ).
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One easy way to spend time together every day is reading books. In fact, we will be encouraging this activity at the Fairy Tale Ball. Guess who will also be there?
You guessed it: a llama! Make sure to visit the “Llama Llama Read-a-Rama” area during the Fairy Tale Ball. Stop by to read “Llama Llama Red Pajama” and meet Tatoo (courtesy of AlaLlama Llama Farm – Steele). He might even pose for a picture or two!
So, as I asked before, with six days to go until the Fairy Tale Ball, what’s the llama doing?
for his mama.
Will she take him
to the Ball?
starts to bawl.
begs oh pretty
please dear mama!
what a fuss!
I will take you
but you must hush!
Please stop all this
and be grateful
for your mama.
quietly says thank you
to his mama.”
(Inspired by Llama Llama Red Pajama)