Said the blackbird to the robin:

    “I’d love a worm for tea.

I know that you like wriggly worms,

    So perhaps you can help me.”

 

“Yes,” replied the robin.

    “I know just the place for you:

In Mrs Whitehead’s garden

   You’ll find more than just a few.”

 

Said the ladybird to the blue tit:

    “I’d love greenfly for my tea.

I know that you like greenfly

    So perhaps you can help me.”

 

“Yes,” replied the blue tit.

    “I know just the place for you:

In Mrs Whitehead’s garden

   You’ll find more than just a few.”

 

Said the moorhen to the ducklings:

    “I’d love bread and seeds for tea.

I know that you like these as well,

    So perhaps you can help me."

 

“Yes,” replied the ducklings:

    “We know just the place for you:

In Mrs Whitehead’s garden

   You’ll find more than just a few.”

 

Said a fat boy to his mother:

 

“I’d love some chocolate biscuits, a milkshake,

a scone with some jam, and lots and lots of creamy cakes for tea.  I know you like these things as well, so perhaps you can help me.”

 

So what do you think his mother said?

 

“No!” replied his mother:

    “It’s NOT the place for you.

All those biscuits, chocolate and milkshakes?

   No! Not even a few!”

 

And his mother was quite right!

 

 

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