The Early Bird – Illustrated by: Yael Radushkevitz

They say that the early bird gets the worm, but what if the worm is a very early worm? In this story, amazingly illustrated by Yael Radushkevitz, you get (for the first time) the true story. Enjoy and please share!!

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Mel Rosenberg - מל רוזנברג
I'm a writer, scientist, musician, inventor and lecturer. I love writing children's books, satire, and how-to-manuals (Mel's ten tips). Together with Ran Shternin, I'm co-founder of Ourboox, the world's simplest…
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The Early Bird – Illustrated by: Yael Radushkevitz

by Mel Rosenberg - מל רוזנברג

Artwork: Yael Radushkevitz








Copyright © 2013

Written By: Mel Rosenberg

Illustrated by: Yael Radushkevitz

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The early bird woke up early.

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The early bird got up early in the morning and stretched its wings.

He shined his shoes.

He made his bed.

He brushed his beak.

He combed his head.

When he was sure he looked his best

He kissed his wife and left the nest.

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The early bird shined its shoes.

He went to catch the early worm.

But the early worm was on the go,

She’d left her wormhole hours ago.

So the very next day the early bird woke up even earlier.

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The early bird stuck its head into the wormhole but the early worm had already left.

He shined his shoes.

He made his bed.

He brushed his beak.

He combed his head.

When he was sure he looked his best

He kissed his wife and left the nest.

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The early bird brushed its beak.

He flew down to catch the early worm

But the early worm had left for the day

And was already far away.

So the early bird woke up at the break of dawn.

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The early bird spread its wings and flew over the wormhole.

He shined his shoes.

He made his bed.

He brushed his beak.

He combed his head.

When he was sure he looked his best

He kissed his wife and left the nest.

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The early bird kissed his wife, who was wearing curlers.

But even at the crack of dawn

The early worm had upped and gone.

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The early bird heads into the sunrise.

So the early bird woke up long before dawn.

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The early bird awoke in the dark and stretched its wings.

There was no time to shine his shoes

(He didn’t have a moment to lose!).

He didn’t try to look his best,

Just kissed his wife and left the nest.

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The tired early bird flew down from the next in the dark.

He stood near the wormhole on the ground.

He waited

And waited

And hung around.

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The early bird waited around near the wormhole and kept itself busy by counting to ten.

He counted to ten

And waited about

But the early worm did not come out.

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The early bird stood by the wormhole and waited for the early worm.

Finally he called it a day,

Flapped his wings and flew away.

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The early bird gave up and flew away.

In her bed, the early worm

Woke up and smiled and rubbed her chin.

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The early worm patted its chin, after waking up late.

“Today’s Shabbat, the Day of Rest,

It’s such a mitzvah to sleep in!”

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The early worm went back to sleep.

The End

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