I have been working on a children's alphabet book to help teach a more bountiful vocabulary to wee tots. Here is the preliminary draft.
Willow knew playing outside always lead to AMAZING adventures. The sun shone like a BRILLIANT golden ball above her; It illuminated the grassy eathern quilt. The birds cherped in a CHARMING harmony from the branches in the big oak. The cool, fresh air felt DELIGHTFUL on her rosy cheeks. Willow giggled and waived her pals over to play. They peered between the blades of grass into an ENCHANTING little world. Ants marched, beetles scurried, and bumble bees wings fluttered at a FANTASTIC rate. This was the beginning of a GLORIOUS day. Sam and Lilly blew the snowy white seeds from a dandilion bunch. The seeds rose and circled them in a HEAVENLY flower blizzard. Willow looked to the sky just in time to see a plane whirling and twirling in INCREDIBLE patterns. What a JOYUS feeling flying must be she thought. She was a KEEN adventurer and she knew she would go on a plane someday. Ducking behind the clouds for mearly a minute the sun reappeared trickling a warm light on Willow's LOVELY world. It was MARVELOUS the way the clouds shifted into marshmellow creatures. Sam shared his view of a very round hippopotomus. With a "tick tick tick" the sprinklers shot on. Willow and her friends leaped up! Though the water was cold, it felt NICE on such a warm day. Not wanting the sprinklers to ruin their fun, Sam came up with an OUTSTANDING idea! A PERFECT idea for such a day as this! They ran back and forth through the sprinklers until at last the water pfizzled out. The three adventurers stoof soaked and muddy, smiling ear to ear. The three climbed up an old ladder into Willows QUAINT wooden tree fort. From there they had a REMARKABLE view of the neighborhood. Sam pointed out a STUPENDOUS garden growing just beyond a fence. Sunflowers of TERRIFIC highed towered out of the garden high above the dafodils and berry bushes below Far beyond the houses in their culdesac mountains of UNBELIEVABLE stature rose from the rolling hills. Willow hopped to one day climb them. A distant , VENERABLE old tree stood tall and straight with squirells and birds perched upon its highest branches. They peered up at the WONDERFUL webbed world of the little spiders in the crook of the cealing. Their unique homes as delicate as a glass thread. Lilly was curious about the circles on the stump she sat on. Willow remembered the circles represented the age of the tree. What an eXCELLENT way to tell ones age Pa brought them a YUMMY snack. They climbed down from the fort and sat on a big rock munching and sipping juice together. The day had passed so quickly. Willow waved goodbye to her friends at the end of a ZESTFUL day in their own back yard. She knew tomorrow would bring more fun and excitement!