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Meet Floppidy Loppidy, a super-sweet bunny plagued with extra-long ears that result in endless teasing and many silly and dramatic accidents. Floppidy struggles to find a way to be a helpful hero for his grandfather, the Easter Rabbit, in preparing for Easter morning. You’ll laugh out loud as Floppidy’s unique ears, which were once a source of teasing, end up turning him into a hero among his bunny buddies. Floppidy Loppidy’s tale will delight children and help parents encourage sweetness and discourage sniveling.

Visit Floppidy Loppidy and his friends at www.SkunkHollowPublishing.com for fun activities.

Meet Floppidy Loppidy, a super-sweet bunny plagued with extra-long ears that result in endless teasing and many silly and dramatic accidents. Floppidy struggles to find a way to be a helpful hero for his grandfather, the Easter Rabbit, in preparing for Easter morning. You’ll laugh out loud as Floppidy’s unique ears, which were once a source of teasing, end up turning him into a hero among his bunny buddies. Floppidy Loppidy’s tale will delight children and help parents encourage sweetness and discourage sniveling.

Visit Floppidy Loppidy and his friends at www.SkunkHollowPublishing.com for fun activities.

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No Sniveling - A fluffy tail of Floppidy Loppidy

  1. 1. Meet Floppidy Loppidy, a super-sweet bunny plagued with extra- long ears that result in endless teasing and many silly and dramatic accidents. Floppidy struggles to find a way to be a helpful hero for his grandfather, the Easter Rabbit, in preparing for Easter morning. You’ll laugh out loud as Floppidy’s unique ears, which were once a source of teasing, end up turning him into a hero among his bunny buddies. Floppidy Loppidy’s tale will delight children and help parents encourage sweetness and discourage sniveling. Visit Floppidy Loppidy and his friends at www.SkunkHollowPublishing.com for fun activities. As a mother-daughter team, we had so much good fun creating this book adventure together that our smile muscles still hurt, and we think yours will too. Our hope is that Floppidy Loppidy will delight children and help parents encourage sweetness and discourage sniveling. Illustrated by Designo Dream 2013 Skunk Hollow Publishing 406 The Hill Portsmouth, NH 03802 www.SkunkHollowPublishing.com Printed in United States NoSniveli nga fluffy tail of Floppidy Loppidy Shirley DeLong of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina & Lauren DeLong of York, Maine. NoSnivelingafluffytailofFloppidyLoppidyShirley&LaurenDeLong Ages 3 up
  2. 2. No Sniveling a fluffy tail of Floppidy Loppidy Copyright © 2013 Skunk Hollow Publishing All rights reserved. Shirley & Lauren DeLong Illustrated by Designo Dream ISBN: 978-0-9894180-0-3 Skunk Hollow Publishing 406 The Hill Portsmouth, NH 03802 www.SkunkHollowPublishing.com
  3. 3. 1 Hi, there. My name is Floppidy Loppidy, and I’m pretty unique for a few reasons. Any guesses? OK, silly pants, you got one of them, but my long loppidy-floppidy ears are kind of obvious, don’t you think? I’m also pretty special because I’m the one and only Easter Rabbit’s grandson. That’s right. How cool is that?
  4. 4. 2 My mom always tells me that my ears are amazing long ears and that they make me special in the world. Mom says, “Floppidy Loppidy, I have never met a bunny who can hear everything so far and near— even whispering!” Mom reminds me that I am unique in all the world. She always says, “Floppidy Loppidy, remember that I love you… so nooooooo sniveling!” My friends don’t always seem like friends because they can be kind of mean when they tease me. They think my extra-extra-long floppy ears are funny looking. The Easter Rabbit always tells me that my ears are special ears because they allow me to hear for miles and miles and miles.
  5. 5. 3 Guess what time of year it is. Yes, that’s right! Easter is coming—the busiest time of the year for bunnies. More than anything, I’m totally going to help my grandfather, the one and only Easter Rabbit, get ready. No more crazy floppy-loppy ear accidents this year where everyone laughs at me. Nope, no sir-ee, Bob. I’m going to be an Easter hero. No sniveling here!
  6. 6. 4 Aha! I know where I’m going to start. Yup, that’s right. I’m going to help by painting the Easter eggs all the beautiful colors— purple and pink, yellow and blue. I can do that! Uh-oh! Oh, no!
  7. 7. 5 Whoopsie whoops. As I was painting the eggs, I didn’t know my extra-extra-long ears were dragging and dipping into all the pretty paint colors. Jeez Louise!
  8. 8. 6 My bunny buddies are going to tie my ears into a bow again! My amazing ears are a mess. They’re purple and pink, yellow and blue! Oh, well. It’s OK. “Floppidy Loppidy,” Mom always says, “accidents happen. Nooooooo sniveling!”
  9. 9. 7 I need to find a way to help without getting into messy wet paint. Oh, wait. I’ve got it! I’m going to help by filling the Easter baskets with all the wonderful green grass. How could I possibly get messy with grass?
  10. 10. 8 Here we go again! My amazing extra-extra-long ears are dragging and flipping the grass everywhere, even into the air, catching on my whiskers. I’m starting to feel sneezy. I think I’m going to…ah, ahhhh, ahhhhhhhhhhchooooooooo! Uh-oh! Oh, no!
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  12. 12. 10 I hear you laughing, but the sneezles and the wheezles are not funny! Sure, flying grass might look like super-cool green fireworks exploding in the sky to you, but not to me. My sneezing is sending all the wonderful green grass everywhere—everywhere except in the Easter baskets. Flumpidy de dumpidy, how am I going to explain this mess to my grandfather, the Easter Rabbit? Oh, well. It’s OK. “Floppidy Loppidy,” Mom always says, “accidents happen. Nooooooo sniveling!”
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  14. 14. 12 I know how I can be a mighty, tidy hero! How difficult could it be? I’ll make sweet little yummy marshmallow chicks. Every child loves yummy yellow chicks! I’ll just mix up the ingredients with a blender, heat up the candy to make it extra icky sticky, then pour the melted marshmallow into the chick molds. Look at me! I am rocking this job! I am doing such a neat and tidy job. But wait…uh-oh! Oh, no!
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  16. 16. 14 You guessed it again! How did my extra-extra-long ears trip me up this time? And the icky-sticky-drippy warm marshmallow slops and slides all over my soft, fluffy, bunny-fur tail. What a mess! Oh, no! Don’t tell me that I’m going to land in a soupy-goopy pile of yellow marshmallow! Oh, well. It’s OK. “Floppidy Loppidy,” Mom always says, “accidents happen. Nooooooo sniveling!”
  17. 17. 15 Harrrrumph! Why couldn’t I be a reindeer instead? I’d take a red nose over floppy ears any day. Oh, wait. Did you hear that? Help is needed to sort jellybeans. That should be an easy-peasy, lemon-squeezy job. The red jellybeans go in the red jar. The yellow ones go in the yellow jar. The green ones go in the green jar and so on.
  18. 18. 16 Ooooops. I dropped one on the floor. Not a worry here. I’ll just bend down and pick it up. Uh-oh! Oh, no!
  19. 19. 17 Hey, did you turn off the lights? I’m serious. Who turned off the lights? Ahhh, my extra-extra-long ears are covering my eyes. How am I supposed to see with my ears over my eyes?
  20. 20. 18 Smash, crash! Smash, crash! Smash, crash! All the jars with all the jellybeans are all over the floor. Oh, well. It’s OK. “Floppidy Loppidy,” Mom always says, “accidents happen. Nooooooo sniveling!”
  21. 21. 19 Oh, wait. What is that I hear? Hooray! Finally the Easter Rabbit has a wonderful idea— an important and really perfect job for me. The Easter Rabbit says, “Floppidy Loppidy, since your amazing extra- extra-long ears can hear so well, even whispering…
  22. 22. 20 …would you check on all the precious little children around the world waiting for Easter and listen for sweetness or sniveling? The Easter Rabbit asked Floppidy Loppidy to create a sniveling report each day. The children who do not snivel and are cheerful and kind will find an extra-extra-sweet treat in their basket on Easter morning.”
  23. 23. 21 So every day I use my satellite-dish-like ears to listen for sniveling, and then at night I report back and give my sniveling report to the Easter Rabbit.
  24. 24. 22 Ahhh, all done. Another day passes without any accidents. I just listen to all the little children. This is the best! Now I can snuggle to sleep with all of my bunny buddies. They love how I wrap my extra-extra-wonderful long ears around them, warming, protecting, and cuddling them close. I whisper what my mom always whispers to me, “Sweet dreams. No sniveling!” Hippity hoppity! Easter’s on its way! As I fall asleep, I smile, and all my bunny buddies call me a hero! No more extra-long ear teasing for me!
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  26. 26. Meet Floppidy Loppidy, a super-sweet bunny plagued with extra- long ears that result in endless teasing and many silly and dramatic accidents. Floppidy struggles to find a way to be a helpful hero for his grandfather, the Easter Rabbit, in preparing for Easter morning. You’ll laugh out loud as Floppidy’s unique ears, which were once a source of teasing, end up turning him into a hero among his bunny buddies. Floppidy Loppidy’s tale will delight children and help parents encourage sweetness and discourage sniveling. Visit Floppidy Loppidy and his friends at www.SkunkHollowPublishing.com for fun activities. As a mother-daughter team, we had so much good fun creating this book adventure together that our smile muscles still hurt, and we think yours will too. Our hope is that Floppidy Loppidy will delight children and help parents encourage sweetness and discourage sniveling. Illustrated by Designo Dream 2013 Skunk Hollow Publishing 406 The Hill Portsmouth, NH 03802 www.SkunkHollowPublishing.com Printed in United States NoSniveli nga fluffy tail of Floppidy Loppidy Shirley DeLong of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina & Lauren DeLong of York, Maine. NoSnivelingafluffytailofFloppidyLoppidyShirley&LaurenDeLong Ages 3 up

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