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Midmorning With Aundrea - April 24, 2020 (Part 2)

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Midmorning With Aundrea - April 24, 2020 (Part 2)

(Part 2 of 2) In today's "Storytime with Sunny", Hellen "Sunny" Polk reads Eric Carle's "The Hungry Caterpillar" to her grandson John Patrick Davis.

And the Elvis Festival in Tupelo will be going virtual this year!

Safe okayth thanks to all of you who have watched on television and on the mid morning facebook page for storytime with sunny.

Back by popular request -former teacher and elementary school principal hellen polk shares another story with us this morning - in case you missed it.

Join us as sunny and john parker read the hungry caterpillar by eric carle.

Hellen "sunny polk: this is the very hungry caterpillar by eric carle.

Speaker 2: four.

Hellen "sunny polk: here we go.

Let's get to the first page.

In the light of the moon, a little egg lay on a leaf.

One sunday morning, the warm sun came up and pop, out of the egg, came a very tiny and hungry caterpillar.

Right there.

Hellen "sunny polk: he started to look for some food.

Speaker 2: food.

Hellen "sunny polk: so on monday he ate through one apple, but he was still hungry.

Speaker 2: hungry.

Hellen "sunny polk: so on tuesday he ate through two pears, but he was still hungry.

Speaker 2: he eat two pears.

Hellen "sunny polk: on wednesday he ate through three plums, but he was still hungry.

So on thursday he ate through- speaker 2: four strawberries.

Hellen "sunny polk: but he was still hungry.

So on friday he ate through one, two, three, four, five oranges, but he was still hungry.

So on saturday, he ate through a piece of chocolate cake, an ice cream cone- speaker 2: pickle.

Hellen "sunny polk: a pickle, a slice of cheese, a slice of salami, a lollipop.

Speaker 2: a lollipop.

Hellen "sunny polk: a piece of cherry pie, a sausage.

Speaker 2: sausage, cupcake.

Hellen "sunny polk: and a... speaker 2: watermelon.

Hellen "sunny polk: that night he had a tummy ache, yes.

So the next day was sunday again.

Speaker 2: and he felt much better.

Hellen "sunny polk: after he ate through one nice green leaf.

That's right.

Now he wasn't hungry anymore.

Speaker 2: he was a fat caterpillar.

Hellen "sunny polk: he was.

Speaker 2: and he was so big.

Hellen "sunny polk: so big.

So he built a small house and what was that house called?

A caccoon around himself.

And he stayed inside for more than two weeks.

Speaker 2: look at him there.

Hellen "sunny polk: and then he nibbled a hole through the caccoon, pushed his way out.

Go to your last page, go to your last page.

What did he do?

He turned into a big beautiful butterfly.

Speaker 2: butterfly.

Hellen "sunny polk: yes, he did.

Speaker 2: and that's the end.

Hellen "sunny polk: and that's the end of that one.

Be sure to join us next tuesday for the big hungry bear.

Before we go--- some information on a beloved annual tupelo event.

Elvis fest is moving to a new virtual "venue" this yea event organizers announced this week that all public events are cancelled because of covid-19.

Instead, attendees can visit tupelo virtually each day of the festival by visiting the event's website.

The event will still be held on june 3rd through 7th.

More info and a schedule is expected in the upcoming weeks.



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