Every Ellagram Tells a Story and a Life Lesson.
Ellagrams take you on a short adventure with Ella and all of her friends! In between her big, book sized adventures, Ella and her family still have plenty of fun! Join us as we peak into the world of Ella Ella in bite sized Ellagrams, stories perfect for bedtime!
With so much of the Francinella Family already known, each ellagram not only represents a short story that shows all the cooky crazy antics that Ella and her family get into, but they also help send a message about our day lives to help better children and adults with themselves and the word of God.
The latest ellagrams.
Danny here, it’s my birthday! I hate birthdays , Dad and everyone else are asking me what I want so I said I don’t need anything then Ella says, “Dan it’s not about what you need it’s about what you want…
It’s me Liz and I hate everybody today – almost! So we were all Zooming about Easter plans and Goo asked us, “If you guys could get one compliment on Easter Sunday, what is the complement that would make you most happy?”
Some gladiator talk sparks interest in the gang to make a movie about the best armor of all time.
Easter during a pandemic means zoom family greetings and post grudge-vent meetings.
After waking from a strange dream Ella Ella attempts to weed out the bizarreness to get to the root of its meaning.
Uncle Leonard shows the kids how to deal with changes like wearing a mask in public in a fun and light hearted way.
Booty’s birthday is here bringing presents and the reality that being thankful is sometimes a tough job.
Booty’s feeling a bit of the blues as summer turns to fall, but Mr mouse let’s him in on a secret to stretch time.
Bootie and the gang are deciding what costumes to choose for Halloween when Goo teaches them the true meaning of the word isn’t all that scary.
Latish reminisces and finds that just showing up is half the battle that usually ends in something surprisingly great.
Ella Ella discovers Easter and the Ark really have a lot in common, although a rocky boat isn’t the ideal place for egg coloring.
Life isn’t perfect, but that doesn’t stop Ella Ella from being happy even if according to Latish it’s illegal in 51 states.
Booty decides that being ok with “being imperfect” may just be the best New Years resolution after all.
Bootie’s investigation for when Christmas really ends finds him sifting through evidence of broken bulbs and weird dreams for the truth.
The gang imagines what it would be like to have the important job as the Christmas star.
Sam gives his own poetic take on life, love, happiness and most importantly Friday night pizza.
Latish learns that sometimes promises need reminding to show we really want what’s promised.