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C is for Cheetah Cheater [FREE COLORING PAGES make great children's books — Wild Alphabet Stories… fun tails for kids and other wild animals]
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I'm writing a new children's book about wild animals and wanted to share the art coloring pages I'm using to make it. The book is called Wild Alphabet Stories… fun tails for children and other wild animals.

C is for Cheetah, as in
Cheetah Cheater, the fastest eater.
Had a wife, but couldn't beat her.
Put her in a pumpkin shell…
Hey wait, I'm no cheater.

Why do you think this Cheetah is behind bars?
Did he eat too many Mother Goose nursery rhymes?
Will he get time off for zoo-d behavior?
I'd love to hear your story.

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15 new storytellers made this great children's story,
"C is for Cheetah Cheater [FREE COLORING PAGES make great children's books — Wild Alphabet Stories… fun tails for kids and other wild animals]"
even better by writing...

  1. Storyteller Mathew 6 added to the children's story:

    Peter Peter pumpkin eater,
    Had a wife but couldn't keep her.
    Put her in a pumpkin shell,
    And fed her to the cheetah.

  2. Storyteller Cheetah added to the children's story:

    Yum yum… I mean… wait, I would never eat people. You got the wrong guy. Let me out of here. Mom!

  3. Storyteller Father Goose added to the children's story:

    Hush, little baby, don't say a word,
    Daddy's gonna buy you a mockingbird.
    And if that mockingbird don't sing,
    Daddy's gonna let you eat it.

    So hush, little baby, don't say a word,
    your mouth is full of a mockingbird.
    But if that mockingbird tastes bad,
    daddy's gonna buy you a diamond ring… not.

    But daddy will buy you a billy-goat,
    and a cart and bull,
    and a dog named Rover,
    and a horse and cart.

    So eat it all up, till your no longer hungry
    and no more food can fit in your tummy
    and turn that sad frown upside down
    and be the sweetest baby in this town.

  4. Storyteller Woolie (8) added to the children's story:

    Baah, baah, what about us black sheep?

  5. Storyteller Stanley (6) added to the children's story:

    Have you any wool?

  6. Storyteller Woolie (8) added to the children's story:

    Yes, Stan. Yes, Stan. Three bags full.

  7. Storyteller Alice (7) added to the children's story:

    One for the Monster?
    One for the Pain?
    And one for the little boy who lives down the drain?

  8. Storyteller claudia(9) added to the children's story:

    i love cheetahs

  9. Storyteller Claudia(9) added to the children's story:

    why do cheets have stripes down their nose?

    because the look different from other big cats

  10. Storyteller Sirena (11) added to the children's story:

    I think that cheetahs should not have to worry about getting killed.

    I think they should be able to run free and have a good day knowing that they're not going to get hurt.

    That's why I'm saying this.

    Only you can help, so stop reading this and make a change!

    Help all the cheetahs that are left live a good and healthy life.

    Thanks a bunch!!!!!!

  11. Storyteller Sirena (11) added to the children's story:

    I learned a story about cheetahs and their black stripes on their face.

    The story is that there was a baby cheetah that started to cry at night because its mom just died and it was all by its self.

    Its brothers and sisters ran off and it was all alone, so when it was crying its tears ran down it face and became black, and that's how all the other cheetahs got there stripes… or they were just there when they where born.

    It's what makes them different from leopards and all the other big cats!

    Rock on cheetahs!!!!!!!!!

  12. Storyteller Sirena (11) added to the children's story:

    i love cheetahs they are my fav. animal in the world!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Storyteller ELLIE(8) added to the children's story:

    i love cheetah cubs, there so cute.

  14. Storyteller cari lucas (11) added to the children's story:

    I love cheetahs,but why do we have to be so mean and obsessed with them.when it comes to thinking about cheetahs THEIR the first animal I think about,and just to give it to you I did a project on them and this was when I was in the 5th grade and plus i got a A+ on it. *thanks a lot for your time*

  15. Storyteller alexus added to the children's story:

    i am doing reacherch on cheatahs


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This children's story can be found in the My Baby Monsters Storytelling Library of Children's Stories, under All of the Fun Animal Stories, The Best Free Coloring Pages. It was written by Josie (Daughter of My Baby Monsters and Child Storyteller) on Friday, February 16th, 2007 at 11:07 am (Josie Time, UTC +2).

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