Ch. 46.2 – Miss Pringle walked between the four enormous guards. Her heart was full of misery. She expected to be thrown in prison, or even executed. All her life’s work would be for naught. The night was dark, lit only by the stars and the street lamps. The air was heavy, the silence oppressive. Suddenly,… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 46.2 — Rescue
CH.46.1 – Miss Lettie Pringle had swept, dusted the shelves and tables, tidied up the trays of movable type, and was about to turn out the lights of the Nosey News office, when someone began to pound on the door. Lettie glanced nervously around her. No one ever came by this time of night. Her… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 46.1 — Miss Pringle gets some Unwelcome Visitors
Ch. 44.2 – The friends filled their bowls with hot vegetable stew and sat down at the kitchen table. A fire crackled in the fireplace, warming the room. As the others chatted, Janine ate silently. She was overwhelmed by everything that had happened. At last she looked up from her meal. “I should have died… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 44.2 — Felix is Given a Challenge
There are only two more days of school left. When I was a child, the end of the school year was anticipated with great excitement. We cleaned out our desks, washed the chalk boards, ate cookies, and brought little presents to our teachers. When the final bell rang, we’d skip out of the school chanting,… Continue reading No More School
I love to read. I have to admit, there's nothing better on a cold winter's day than to curl up on the couch with a good book, your dog snoozing beside you, a crackling fire in the fireplace, and a bowl of chocolate pretzels on the table within easy reach. I sure miss my dog!