Then scritch, scritch, scritch went the brown grasshopper, as he rubbed his back legs against his wings. That is the way he sang this song.
“Please, please,” communicated a little vibration above her. “Please do not touch that little yellow egg. I am the mother monarch butterfly. I laid that egg there.”
“I am a nymph, but I do not hurt ants. I am a dragonfly nymph,” said the animal.
"I am Buzz Buzz busy too. I am very buzz, buzz busy," said Mr. Bumble Bee. Busy Black Ant was afraid, for the bee looked so big.
Spring is here. All the plants and animals are waking up after a long winter sleep. Bright yellow-green leaves are bursting out everywhere. Flowers, of yellow, blue and purple hue cover the ground even under the trees. Two little girls and a young boy venture out into the cool spring air. They have a package, and are all trying to … Continue reading Little Six Legs by Sheila Buchanan Buell -Chapter 1
Australia Equals Home The revised book is available on Kobo, as an ebook and it should soon also be available as a paperback through various outlets including Barnes and Nobel. The paintings in the paperback are grayscale, I will be publishing the color versions on this website. If you purchased the original version of the … Continue reading Visions from Two Continents Revised paintings Chapter 1
My cousins promised me we would see Emus up close and personal at Tower Hill. Indeed they greeted me in the parking lot, eyeing me right in the car. When I got out of the car I was amazed to find a bird almost a large as myself: The amazing creature walked along the path … Continue reading Tower Hill and the Grampians