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Gramps and Me Fishing- Norman Rockwell

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S: Gramps And Me Fishing- Girls View

BC: Dixie is based off of Dixie Parchman, She has 4 basset hounds. She lives 2 doors down from me and takes me to school everyday.

1: Dear Diary, Grandpa and I get to go fishing! I am so excited! Howler gets to come with us! I hope I catch a big one!

2: Dixie and her Grandpa took their dog Howler to the river to fish. Dixie was excited because it was her first time fishing!

3: She couldn't wait to catch some trout and bluegill! Grandpa said he once caught a fish with 3 eyes!

4: She hoped to catch a fish bigger than her Grandpa!

5: But she was scared. What if she caught a fish and the hook killed it!

6: When they got to the river, Howler jumped into the river! He is such a crazy dog!

7: But he was fine! He was swimming and catching fish and chasing rabbits!

8: Dixie laughed. She caught five fish! Grandpa was so proud of her!

9: She jumped in the river and played with Howler! She chased him and he chased her!

10: They went home and Dixie got a bath. She loved going fishing and wants to go again!

11: Now Dixie goes fishing with her grandpa when she can!

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About This Mixbook

  • Title: Gramps and Me Fishing- Norman Rockwell
  • The great painting by Norman Rockwell features a boy, his grandpa, and a hound. Well what if it was from a girls point of view? This story takes you fishing with that little girl and lets you see through her eyes.
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  • Started: almost 7 years ago
  • Updated: over 6 years ago

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