Stories for Grade Two

See also younger and older grades  - or the Complete Story List page.

A thousand black-eyed Babes – a riddle
A very short Alphabet tale #1
A very short Alphabet Tale #2
Alphabet verse #1
Alphabet Verse #2
Big-stamp Two-toes the Barefoot Giant
CC, JJ and the Pumpkin Dogs – a Halloween tale
Farmer Yikes and his Chickens and Lettuce
Itchy Witchy, Scratchy Watchy and Tickle Wickle – a Silly Willy tale
Long Legs the Spider – a yarn
Looking for Peekaboo – a Silly Willy smiling tale
Lucky Ducky went for a Waddle – a preposition tale
Mosey Dawdle asks a Question – a questioning tale
Mosey Dawdle makes the World
Peekaboo goes Fishing – a Silly Willy tale
Riddles from 'The Lost Lagoon'
Silly Willy looks for Foodie-Wooodie – a Silly Willy preposition tale
Silly Willy looks for Hungry Wungry – a Silly Willy preposition tale
The African Elephant bears All – an upbuilding tale – African animals
The Buffalo bears All – an upbuilding tale – North American animals
The Bull bears All – an upbuilding tale
The Burden Bull of Scotland – a Christmas tale
The Firefly's Story – a nature tale
The Fly and the Butter
The Indian Elephant bears All – an upbuilding tale – Indian animals
The Lamb, the Ram and the Wolf – a fable
The last time Shady Slim rode on Mosey Dawdle’s back – a fable
The Lion and I – a poem
The Myth of Ella-jah – an animal creation myth
The Myth of Ella-jah – an animal creation myth (translated into Hebrew)
The Puddle Nixie
The Roo bears All – an upbuilding tale – Australian animals
The Sad Tale of Forget-me-not
The Straw that broke the Camel's Back - a fable, of sorts. Grade two to four, thereabouts. 2 pages
The Tale of Crystal Fire – a myth
The Visit
The World Egg ~ or ~ Creation according to Madam Two Pecks
There was an old Woman – a poem
Why Cows do have four Legs – a Silly Willy tale
Why Cows do wear Bells – a Silly Willy tale
Why Worms have no Legs – a Silly Willy tale

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