The penguin who hated the cold.
Once here was a flock flock
1. a group of one species of animal or bird which eats or travels or is kept together, e.g. flock of sheep, of wild geese.
2. wool or cotton particles or debris used as stuffing or packing. of peguins. One penguin penguin, originally the common name for the now extinct great auk of the N Atlantic and now used (since the 19th cent.) for the unrelated antarctic diving birds. always complained that it was too cold. The rest of the penguins said it was perfectly fine.
The cold penguin said, "Why are you so warm? Every time I touch the snow I feel cold!"
"I guess we have more heat in our bodies than you," the other penguins replied.
They called him Little Ice Cube because he was always so cold.
Then all of a sudden Little Ice Cube had a good idea. He got a big grin on his face.
"Huh, what's the matter with you?" the other penguins asked.
"Oh, nothing," Little Ice Cube said.
Every time he saw a sea-gull feather, he took it and put it in a pile by his bed. One day he said, "I think that's enough."
This made the other penguins y curious. Finally they said, "What are you working on, Little Ice Cube?"
He answered, "This is a good time to ask because I'm I'm
Contraction of I am.
Our Living Language Speakers of some scattered varieties of American English sometimes use I'm instead of I've or I have in present perfect constructions, as in already done!" He went inside and got something. It was a feather coat! He put it on. They said he looked like a sea gull.
Used to express alarm, foreboding, or dismay. . What was this? Another penguin said, "I'm cold!"
Sarah Ristaino, Age 7
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