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GOOD NIGHT, MAMA! GOOD NIGHT, COQUI!
By Ana Saborido, Kersly Minoza
Trafford PublishingCopyright © 2013 Ana Saborido
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The sun has come down. "Come on, little ones," said Mama Coqui, "it's time to take shelter."
Upon dusk, the three little brothers followed Mama Coqui. "Come on, Coqui Pablo, Coqui Nestor, and Coqui Carlos. It is time to go into our little shelters for the night."
"Coqui, coqui, coqui," they sing as they follow Mama Coqui into the forest trees!
"Mama Coqui is the best mom in the whole world!" said Coqui
Pablo as his mommy tucked him into his little leaf bed. "I am the luckiest Mama Coqui," she responded.
Mama Coqui went into each little leaf bed and kissed each of her favorite little frogs.
The first one was Pablo, followed by Coqui Nestor. "Mama, can we make a wish together that I have wonderful dreams tonight?"
As she tucked Coqui Nestor in, she wished that he would have the most wonderful dreams that night.
"And last but not least, Carlos must get tucked in," said Mama Coqui. She kissed his little froggy face and wished him sweet dreams.
"Mama Coqui," said Carlos. "I have one final wish! Can you tell us our favorite poem before we go to sleep?"
And so Mama Coqui sat in her leaf chair and read the three froggies' favorite poem.
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