Book-Fair Books (part 2)



After a full week of sunny picnics and reading time, the weather turned gray and cool, and a soft rain fell all day long.


Some of the children put books in their backpacks and splashed through puddles to get to the comfy upholstered chair — and a cup of hot tea — at Rabbit’s tea shop.


And some decided to stay home, where they could lie in bed and read, and listen to the rain on the roof.


(May 2023)


Story & Photo © Jennifer Singleton / Read+Purr
This is another vignette in my ongoing series of Tiny Garden Stories: peaceful 1-minute tales, full of cozy vibes, delicious details, and generous dollops of imagination & whimsy. Click one of the first two buttons below to go to (or back to, if that’s where you fell down the rabbit hole) either the Public Garden archive page or (if you’re a Story Club member) to the Private Garden page. Or click the third button to learn more about my Tiny Garden Stories. Want each week’s featured story delivered directly to your inbox? Subscribe to my Substack. 


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