Peanut | The Doll Coloring Book

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said Mr. Peanut, in a flutter,
“I forgot to salt the butter.”
Little Peanut Kids said:
“Why then, mamma, we will salt the bread.”

Assemble a doll-sized mini book: Right, it’s the illustration and the verse for Peanuts. Visitors can collect all of the botanical illustrations and verses from the Children of Mother Earth to print and create a little book of poetry for their dolls. Simply drag each png file. In the Word document, print, cut out all the pictures to the same size and staple the pages together at the left edge. Squeeze some white school glue along the pointed edge of the pages and attach a cardboard cover.

Peanut princess

One day the child said, “I wish a fairy godmother would come and make us a coach for Cinderella out of that squash.”
“We can be our imaginary mother,” little Florence said as she made this wish come true. Soon before them stood a wonderful coach made of this pumpkin drawn by beautiful Peanut horses and a beautiful Peanut Princess rode in it.
The hairpin was the axle that held the board’s wheels in place.
The princess had to drive straight to Lady Hollyhock’s, where a gentleman would help her get out of the carriage. You, too, can be your fairy godmother, and, if you wish, have a splendid ball, at which all visitors to Lady Hollyhock may appear, not by the touch of a wand, but by the touch of a hand–and all of them will be so real that they will not fade away when the princess goes .
Wouldn’t it be better, after all, for each of us to be our own fairy godmother, so when we most want anything to happen, we can set things up to make it happen? Then the things we desire will not disappear with the stroke of an hour, but will always be ours. ” Margaret Walker.

Leave Peanut princess with paper crown. Right, the Peanut Princess rides in it
A squishing cart, drawn by her horses of peanuts…she’s on the ball!

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