danielle eager


my book


My Book

my book is going to be quiet small
yes its going to be small
for a picture a page
and my, (name)
my book is going to be small

my book is going to grow
yes its going to grow
in your mind
and the out side
my book is going to grow


my book is going to have colour
yes lots of colour
in the pictures
and the misss
my book is going to have colour

my book is going to have dots
yes lots of dots
on the i's
and edge of lines
my book is going to have dots

my books is going to have glitter
yes a lot of glitter
yes for my nan
and all my fans
my books is going to have glitter

my books is going to be good
yes very good
for my family
and the people down the steet
my book is going to be good

my book is going to be happy
yes its going to be happy
with smily faces
and the kids with laces
my books is going to be happy

my book is going to be made
with joy
yes made with joy
for the girls and boys
bye! from me because thats the end.

Submitted: Sunday, March 15, 2009

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