5 Cheesy Stories (Tails From The Pantry Series)
^Once upon a pantry shelf lived the sweetest little mouse family ever. . . ^Meet the MacKenzies. . . . Hidden in a forgotten box of Christmas candy on the third pantry shelf, this tiny mouse family is just like...
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^Once upon a pantry shelf lived the sweetest little mouse family ever. . . ^Meet the MacKenzies. . . . Hidden in a forgotten box of Christmas candy on the third pantry shelf, this tiny mouse family is just like any other. A watchful mom and dad try their best to keep the children from mischief and harm, but as adventurous children do, these little tails sometimes get into trouble. In the end, invaluable lessons are learned when Mom and Dad's wise words carry the young mice safely home. ^From our little mice to yours, this collection will share the stories of: Meatball overcoming her fears Soccer not believing everything he hears Spud learning that bullies aren't so big Stinky knowing when strangers are dangerous, and Basil and Parsley sticking together in an emergency
MEATBALL : A little mouse named Meatball learns a big lesson about being brave when she's afraid. SOCCER : When Soccer rushes home to tell his mom about the scary new cat that everybody has been spreading rumors about, he soon learns an important lesson of being cautious of rumors. SPUD : Bullies are always a problem, but not when cooperation takes hold in the mouse world. But the little mice soon learn that forgiveness is an important lesson STINKY : Are all strangers nice? Who should Stinky and friends be friendly to? Once again the wisdom of mom and dad teach caution and safety to little learners. BASIL and PARSLEY : The young Mackenzie twins are playing hide-and-seek in the pantry. When they hear the signal for help, they work together to free their brother from trouble.
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Patsy now travels throughout the U.S. providing humor for the heart and hope for the healing. Currently, she is a speaker with the Women of Faith conferences, speaking to tens of thousands of women each month. In her eleven years with Women of Faith she has reached over 3 million women.
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