push them off.
It was the same tree where one summer day, there had been a big old mother bear and her cub. I, all of a sudden, while I was sitting there on my stack of sleds was remembering that fight we'd had with the old fierce old mad old mother bear.
Anyway right that very minute while I was remembering the whole story, and I guessed maybe Little Jim was remembering it also, everything was so quiet, I said to Little Jim, "I bet you're thinking about how you killed a bear right there."
Little Jim who had his stick, which he always carried with him, said, "Nope, something else."
Poetry spoke up from where he was standing beside Mr. Black's snow statue, and said, "I'll bet you're thinking about the little cub which you had for a pet after you killed the bear."
Little Jim took a swipe with his stick at the trunk of the tree, and I noticed that his stick went ker-whack right on some initials on the tree which said, W. J. C., which meant "William Jasper Collins," which is my
Absolutely brilliant and charming - broken into chapters with "cliff hangers" so excellent to read aloud to young children at bed time. A story of young friends adventures with straightforward Christian values. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
I love this series! They are written from a Christian perspective, absolutely charming, and great for kids (and adults)! I'm not sure where this one places in the series, but you can pick up any of them; it's not neccesary to start at the beginning. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did! I'm hoping to see more books by this author soon. :)