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Polly Dolly | Storytime

Polly Dolly | Storytime

Posted by on Dec 2, 2017 in Art Journal, Children's Story, Polly Dolly | 0 comments

Read the previous part of Polly Dolly’s story here.   Drawn by the sweet scent of another flower nearby, a bumble bee buzzed right over Polly Dolly’s head. He noticed how puzzled Polly Dolly looked, so he turned around and buzzed right back. “Do you need any help?” He kindly asked. “Oh, yes, thank-you!” Said Polly Dolly, looking up to see the friendly bee. “I am Polly Dolly and I would like to know what all these letters say.” The bumble bee hovered closer and extended his leg to shake her hand. “My name is Buzzy Busy Bee and I would be most happy to read the letters for you.” “Thank-you very much, Mr. Bee Buzzy Busy. It’s good to meet you!” “Uh, hmmm …the name is Buzzy Busy Bee,” replied the bumble bee warmly. Turning to the flower he continued, “these letters form words and the words are sweeter than honey!” Then, Buzzy Busy Bee buzzed with great importance as he carefully and clearly read: “O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.” (Psalm 136:1) Polly Dolly’s eyes sparkled as she listened and then she clapped her hands with joy. “God is good! God’s love endures forever. What a wonderful new thing to learn today!” “Yes,” said Buzzy Busy Bee, “and those words are sweeter than honey. Mmmm, mmmmm.” Next part...

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Polly Dolly | Storytime

Polly Dolly | Storytime

Posted by on Nov 18, 2017 in Art Journal, Children's Story, Polly Dolly | 1 comment

  Read the previous part of Polly Dolly’s story.   On her last jump Polly Dolly landed right in front of a beautiful flower. Polly Dolly had a lot of flowers by her house, since she lived near a meadow, but this flower was different. It was unusual. It was big. It was beautiful. The flower had dainty shimmery petals that glistened in the sun. In the middle was a dot that glowed and looked very sweet. As Polly Dolly looked intently at the beautiful dot in the middle of the flower, she noticed a most interesting thing. There were all kinds of letters on the dot, but no matter how hard she tried, Polly Dolly could not make sense of the letters. What did they say? Read the next part of Polly Dolly’s...

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Polly Dolly | Storytime

Polly Dolly | Storytime

Posted by on Nov 11, 2017 in Art Journal, Children's Story, Polly Dolly | 2 comments

Read the previous part of Polly Dolly’s story.   When Polly Dolly opened the door and stepped outside, she felt like bursting with joy. The dew on the grass sparkled like crystal and the sky was double the size of the nearby pond and bluer than bluebells. Several butterflies waved their wings in greeting as they hurried about their daily tasks. Polly Dolly began to sing. “This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” (Psalm 118:24) As Polly Dolly sang, she jumped. And skipped. And twirled. Sometimes she would jump extra high and sometimes she would give an extra-long twirl. After all, this was the day that the Lord had made! And it was so, so beautiful!   Read the next part of Polly Dolly’s...

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Polly Dolly | Storytime

Polly Dolly | Storytime

Posted by on Jul 12, 2017 in Art Journal, Children's Story | 2 comments

  Once upon a time, nestled by a beautiful meadow, sat a little cottage. It was yellow–just like lemon pie, with pink sprinkles on top. There was a chocolate covered porch–not actual chocolate you know, but the paint looked like it. A sweet-faced ragdoll lived there, named Polly Dolly. She kept all sorts of little plants on the porch because she liked them so much. And whenever she found a little bud or blossom struggling in the soil outside, she would dig it up and put in in a little pot so that she could take care of it and help make it strong again.   To read the next part of Polly Dolly’s story, click...

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