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Dinosaur Goes to Israel
By Diane Levin Rauchwerger
Kar-Ben PublishingCopyright © 2012 Diane Levin Rauchwerger
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I'm leaving for a visit To Eretz Yisrael.
Dino begs to come along. He's wiggling his tail.
We climb aboard the airplane. He takes three seats and more. He must be very comfy.
The whole plane hears him snore.
When we land in Tel Aviv, Our cousins take us home.
"Todah Rabah," I thank them. Dino says "Shalom."
We drive around the city, And Dino sees the sand.
He begs to get out at the beach. His bucket's in his hand.
For lunch we eat falafel, With salad, chips, and pickles.
I wipe some dribbles off his chin. He laughs and says it tickles.
Our next stop is Jerusalem. And Dino is so tall,
He tucks his message way, way up Atop the Western Wall.
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