Once there was a little yellow Tulip, and she lived down in a little dark house under the ground. One day she was sitting there, all by herself, and it was very still. Suddenly, she heard a little _tap, tap, tap_, at the door. "Who is that... Read more of THE LITTLE YELLOW TULIP at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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