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Tubby th Bear

- Inspired by ‘Tubby Makes a Mistake‘ by Enid Blyton in ‘The Cuckoo in the Clock and other stories.’ When night falls, toys come out to play While we slumber and snore the night away. Now somewhere on the window ledge, behind the long pink curtains there lay a bottle of delicious biscuits! And Tubby was a hungry bear. So whilst all the toys were deep in siesta, Tubby climbs up the long pink curtains! Placed his paws into the biscuit jar, who’d have guess what else happened! Mommy realised the missing biscuits eventually, and quizzed the children if they had stolen them. Now all the toys frowned in the nursery, they knew it must have been some toy, from their own gang! Ah, there was a clever witty clown, seeing that nobody was around; slipped up to the windowsill. Placed those sticky gluey mistletoe berries! So when the thief sneaks up to steal, wala! The tacky berries will be stuck to his body! Sure enough Tubby felt greedy again that night, hauled up to the tasty snack. The mistletoe berries did stick to him alright! As clueless Tubby made his way back. Ah hah! How the toys exposed Tubby the berry next day! And how they made poor Tubby pay. They smacked, slapped, biff and whacked, to help get those gummy berries off. Tubby hid his face in his hands and wept. From then Tubby never ever stole You should have seen his look Whenever he sees a mistletoe!

Copyright © | Year Posted 2013

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