Treasure Island

Suzanna Chevalier

(4-18-1966 / Elizabeth, New Jersey)

Mr. Big Toe Interviews Pillow Monster


Pillow Monster walks through the door,
he know what his interview is for.
Pillow Monster has to talk about what he just ate,
he loves healthy foods that make him feel great!
Mr. Big Toe walks in the lobby right then,
shake hands with Pillow Monster and they become best friends.
Mr. Big Toe takes Pillow Monster into the studio,
“Says, Welcome To Big Toe Wants To Know”
this is one of the funniest radio shows.”
Pillow Monster’s tells the children how he saves the day,
saves the day on Melodie Mezoree’s birthday.
He tells them he is a character in 4 books,
more will be out soon on the Nook.
Till then he does one last rhyme,
and sings to audience and Mr. Big Toe one last time.

Written By Suzanna Chevalier on Thursday, January 26,2012

Submitted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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