His New Book Louis got a new book. The book was about animals.

Louis loved animals. The book had lots of pictures. It had pictures of dogs and cats. It had pictures of cows and pigs. It had pictures of chickens and rabbits. It had pictures of squirrels and birds. Louis looked at the pictures on the first page. Then he turned the page. He looked at the pictures on the second page. Then he turned the page again. The book had 30 pages in it. Louis looked at all the pictures on all the pages.

The Farm Daniel wanted to visit a farm. He asked his parents to take him to a farm. His teacher told him about the animals on a farm. There are lots of animals on a farm. Daniel wanted to see the animals. He wanted to see the cows. He wanted to see the chickens. He wanted to see the pigs. He wanted to pet the animals. He wanted to feed the animals. He loved animals. He wanted to live on a farm. He wanted to live with cows and chickens and pigs. They would be his friends. He didn·t have any friends in school.

A Funny Story Barbara likes funny stories. She likes to hear funny stories. She likes to tell funny stories. She told her mom a funny story. When she finished, she waited for her mom to laugh. "Mom, why aren·t you laughing? That was a funny story," Barbara said. "Oh, I·m sorry," her mom said. "Sometimes you think something is funny, but someone else thinks it isn·t funny." So, Barbara·s mom did not laugh at Barbara·s story. Barbara told the same story to her younger sister. Her younger sister laughed at the story.

A Happy Cat Bruce picked up the cat. The cat meowed. The cat didn·t like most people. The cat liked to be alone. It liked to sleep on the sofa. It liked to sleep in the fruit bowl. It liked to sleep on top of the TV. It liked to chase bugs in the front yard. It liked to chase lizards in the back yard. It liked to chase flies in the kitchen. Bruce put the cat on the floor. He rubbed the cat·s stomach. The cat liked that. The cat licked his hand. Bruce rubbed the cat·s stomach some more. The cat meowed. The cat was happy.

She was watching Sharon. She climbed out of the pool. One seat is in the back. All new cars have a spare tire. A New Car Mark bought a new car last week. . The spare tire is in the trunk. He is happy with his new car. His new car has two big seats. She wanted Sharon to have fun. She held her nose. It was a hot day. His new car has four doors. The water felt good. The four tires are black. His new car is green. Her mother was sitting in a chair. The water felt so good. She went under the water. One seat is in the front. The engine is under the hood. Sharon·s mother had brought her to the pool. Then she came back up. All new cars have an engine. The water was cool. It has one trunk. She stood at the edge of the pool. Mark sits in the front seat when he drives his new car. He got a good deal on his new car. She held her nose. It was on sale.Swimming Pool Sharon jumped into the water at the swimming pool. Sharon liked to jump into the pool. His new car has one hood. She jumped in again. She swam to the ladder in the pool. He always buckles his seat belt.

Jeff asked a new question every day. His teacher was friendly. He was at school. you are the best mother in the world.A New Card Dora wanted to buy a card for her mother. She wanted a card that said the right thing. "I love you. He was in class. That·s what I·m here for. Dora loved her mom." His teacher told him how to spell it. What was the right thing? The card must say." . "I·m so happy that you are my Mom. Jeff thanked his teacher." It must say. His teacher said. His teacher helped all the students." Those are all the right things for the card to say. He liked his English class. Her mother·s birthday was next week. Mom. Ask me anything anytime. "Happy Birthday!" Good Teacher Jeff sat down. He liked his teacher. Yesterday he asked his teacher a spelling question. It must say. She wanted to get a nice birthday card. to help you. "Mom. "You·re welcome." It must say. He asked his teacher how to spell "myself. She wanted a card that was pretty. But there was one more thing the card must say. His teacher answered everyone·s questions. He was in English class.

His mother doesn·t have to ask him again. Billy is a very good boy. He does what his mother asks the first time. There was white rice in the soup. A Good Boy Billy always listens to his mother. He picked up a piece of carrot with his fingers. Billy is her only child. She asks him to do something one time. "Brush your teeth. There were pieces of orange carrots in the soup. . William liked rice. They weren·t big and round. It was chicken soup." Of course Billy is her best child. William loved chicken. Then he ate his soup. "You are my best child. He put it on the table next to his bowl. He put them all on the table. If his mother says. "Go to bed.Chicken Soup William looked at his bowl of soup. and she doesn·t ask again. There were pieces of chicken in the soup. If his mother says. A good boy listens to his mother. He took all the pieces of carrots out of the bowl. They were small and square. She tells Billy. He always does what she says. Billy is a good boy. She doesn·t have to ask again. The pieces of chicken were white." Billy brushes his teeth." Billy goes to bed. William didn·t like carrots.

Before. His parents told him to keep the door closed.Who is it? Joseph never opens the front door. What happened? It changed size. "Okay." the person said. It was like a big pumpkin. It was rising above the houses. His parents want him to be safe. When someone knocks on the front door." the mailman "Goodbye. It changed color. "It·s the mailman. He listens to his parents. "Who is it?" But he does not open the door. Joseph said. How could it be so big? How could it be so orange? Several hours later. He will be safe if he doesn·t open the door. Now it was high in the sky. Now." Joseph said. He doesn·t open the door for any person. "I cannot open the door. It was like a light bulb. It was the brightest light in the sky. come back tomorrow. . it was smaller and white. It was big and orange. "Who is it?" Joseph asked. It wasn·t orange anymore. I will said. But it was still pretty. Joseph says. it was big and orange. he looked at the moon again. Now it was smaller. Joseph is a good boy. It was still bright. It looked bigger than the rising sun." The Moon He looked at the rising moon. Now it was white. Yesterday someone knocked on the front door.

It was next to the toaster. "Now make a wish and blow out the candles. Her mom put vanilla frosting on the bottom layer." He put the note in an envelope. "Where is my yellow pencil?" he asked his sister. He used his yellow pencil before lunch. David thought about it." Jenny made a wish. . She was four years old. His sister did not know. The four pink candles were lit. "Happy birthday to you." they sang." she said. Her dad lit the four pink candles. He thought and thought. Her mom baked a chocolate cake for her. "Happy birthday to me. Thank you for helping me. He used it to write a note to his teacher.The Birthday Cake It was Jenny·s fourth birthday." she sang. "Dear teacher. He found the envelope. The cake had two layers. Now the chocolate cake was completely white. "I don·t know where your pencil is. He looked on the kitchen counter. They sang Happy Birthday to her. Jenny sang with her mom and dad. Her mom put vanilla frosting all around the cake. He found the pencil. Where was the envelope? He looked in the kitchen. Her mom said. Lost Pencil David lost his yellow pencil. Her mom put four pink candles on top of the cake. David. The note said. Her mom put vanilla frosting on the top layer. Her mom baked a cake for her. Jenny·s mom and dad sat down next to Jenny. Then she blew out all four pink candles. He could not find it. It was under the toaster.

It pees a lot. She put popcorn on her head. She put popcorn on her lap. It poops a lot. It cries a lot. It drools a lot. It makes funny sounds. It smiles a lot. She put popcorn in her hand. She put popcorn on her shoulder. It has a mouth and eyes. It doesn·t do much else. It doesn·t sit up. It will stand up. The pigeons liked to eat her popcorn. Many pigeons landed on her.Feed The Pigeon She liked to feed popcorn to the pigeons. It was a wooden bench in the park. She put popcorn all over the bench. It looks at everything. It grows bigger and bigger. A pigeon ate the popcorn in her hand. It doesn·t stand up. it will do many things. It says "Googoo" and "Gaga. She put popcorn in her hair. It will walk. After a year. It eats a lot. It eats everything. It lies on its back. It tries to talk. It doesn·t talk. She sat down on a bench." It waves its arms and legs. Nobody could see the bench. it just grows. It will talk. It will crawl. A Growing Baby A baby has arms and legs. She put popcorn all over her clothes. . But in the beginning. A pigeon ate the popcorn on her shoulder. Nobody could see her. A pigeon ate the popcorn in her hair. It lies on its stomach. It sleeps a lot. Many pigeons landed on the bench.

red noses. They were twice as big as her dad·s shoes. "Daddy. Some kids looked at the books. She usually watched the TV. They wore big shoes. She was a babysitter. She babysat them all. . Some kids slept. She liked the clowns. The children were 1 to 4 years old. They used their horns to talk. They were so funny. Honk. They honked their horns at each other. guess what? When I grow up. They made her laugh. They had big. They didn·t talk. Their shoes were much bigger than her dad·s shoes. She did not have a son. She usually didn·t watch the kids. She did not have a daughter. honk! She laughed at the clowns. She took care of 10 little children. She gave them books to look at. She had never been to a circus. She was not a mother. They had funny faces. They all stayed in her living room. She kept them in her house all day. She gave them pillows and blankets. Some kids played with the toys. I·m going to be a clown!" A Bad Babysitter She was a babysitter in her home. They wore funny hats. They were not her little children. She told her dad. There were many clowns at the circus. They were the sons and daughters of other people.Circus Clowns She went to the circus with her parents. She gave them toys to play with. The clowns had loud horns. She was excited.

honey. He didn·t see any pets. There were dolls from Mexico. This pet store doesn·t smell. Mommy. It was full of pictures of pets. Paul opened a catalog. He said hello to Paul." . "Mommy. It was December 1. the owner. "I like them ALL the best." said Paul. will Santa bring me all these dolls?" she asked. I Want All of Them Betty was excited. "Just mail it back." "But." said Paul. Brian walked into the new pet store. Brian walked around the store. "The pets are right here. So pick the one you like best. The catalog was full of pictures." said Paul." her mom said. "No. There were so many dolls. She was looking at a magazine.A New Pet Store It was a new pet store. "We will mail it to you." she said. "Where are the pets?" he asked. There were dolls from France. "This is a clean pet store. Paul said hello to Brian. "Santa will bring you only one doll. There were many pictures in the magazine. He didn·t see one pet. There were dolls from China. It was a magazine for little girls. She showed the pictures to her mom. "Just pick any pet you like. This is a quiet pet store. There were dolls from everywhere. The dolls were from many countries. There were many pictures of dolls. Christmas Day was only 24 days away." Brian looked around the store." "What if I don·t like it?" asked Brian. Brian said.

They walked to school in the morning. "It·s not even noon. His friends laughed. She called the neighbors. "We·re closed. Debby started to cry. "She still sucks her thumb. They lived in Florida. Many cars were in front of them. "But sometimes it·s nice to sleep in. How can you be closed?" The ranger said the parking lot was full. Finally they were at the front of the line. They lived in a small town in Florida. "No. When Tommy got home." said Dad. his mom asked. Tommy told his friends that Debby still sucked her thumb. They walked home from school in the afternoon." he said. They were walking with a couple of Tommy·s friends. He said to come back tomorrow. Her brother Tommy was in the second grade. There was no place to park.Where did she go? Debby was in the first grade. On Monday Debby and Tommy were walking home. she·s not home. "We should not have slept in." ." "What?" said Dad." The line moved slowly. "Where·s Debby?" Tommy said he didn·t know. "I know. Weekends are for sleeping in. They got in line." said the park ranger. "I·m sorry. They should have gotten up earlier." said the ranger. Sleep in or get up? They drove to the park. "The early bird gets the worm. "We should have gotten up earlier." said Mom." said Mom." his mom said. He thought she was already home. Then she called the police. She ran away from Tommy and his friends. "Don·t sleep in. especially on the weekend." "I know.

The baby was happy. His brother took the ball from the baby. The baby cried again. And he didn·t have any teeth. She was nice to all my friends. The baby cried again. His brother gave the baby a blue ball to play with. She taught me how to button my shirt. My mom has taught me well. The dog chased the cat. She taught me to be kind to others. She always cheered me up. She taught me how to get dressed. He put the cat on the bed with the baby. His brother let the baby hold a sock. She took care of me when I was sick. The dog chewed on the ball. She taught me to tell the truth. The brown and white dog picked up the ball. Thank You Mom I love my mom. His brother picked up the cat. The baby cried. I will do well in college. His mouth was too small. I will go to college. She took me to school on my first day of school. She held my hand. The baby pulled the cat·s tail. The baby tried to eat the apple. She took care of me when I was very young. He rolled the ball on the floor. She taught me to be polite. The baby smiled. The baby played with the sock. His brother took the apple. I will do well after college. Next year I will graduate from high school. She helped me with my homework. The cat jumped off the bed. His brother ate the apple. . She taught me how to read. She taught me how to brush my teeth. She taught me how to tie my shoes.A Baby and A Sock The mother gave her baby a red apple.

He got on the school bus. "But how can the worm say anything. They·re looking for food. "No. The bus was going to school. "Well. Another boy sat down next to Pete." Jenny said. "How do I know?" her dad asked." her dad said. The boy·s name was Eddie. . He did not know the kids on the bus. Many kids were talking. His mom was standing outside the window. She waved goodbye to him. She went to the lake with her dad. Little fish were in the lake.Does it hurt? Jenny went to the lake. Pete sat in a seat by himself. the worm doesn·t say anything. It had a lot of fish in it. He said hello to Pete. He looked out the window. "Does the hook hurt the worm?" Jenny asked. He was in the first grade. Jenny didn·t see any fish. "They·re swimming around. They were talking with one another. Daddy? The worm can·t talk!" School Start It was the first day of school. He sat alone." her dad said. either. The kids on the bus did not know him. He waved goodbye to his mom. He didn·t know anyone. blue lake. the hook doesn·t hurt the worm. too. The bus took off. "I don·t see any fish. He said he was a new student. Dad put a worm on a hook. It was a big lake. So I guess the hook doesn·t hurt it. Pete said he was a new student. Where are the fish. It was a big yellow school bus. Pete was in the first grade. He didn·t know anyone. It was a big. It had a lot of water in it. Big fish were in the lake. Daddy?" she asked. Pete said hello to him. "How do you know?" she asked.

Rex ran through the garden. He was on the south side of the street. Cross The Street Jimmy wanted to cross the street. "What are you doing?" Johnny asked. He was in the middle of the block. . There was a traffic light at the intersection. Rex chased him. She said she was planting roses." Johnny went to the front yard. His father always told him to cross at an intersection. He wanted to get to the north side of the street. Be careful around thorns. Roses are flowers. It was a red hand. Yellow was in the middle. He walked in the crosswalk. He waited for the red hand to change. He went for a bike ride. The white figure walking meant Walk. green. He looked at the crosswalk sign. Rex ran next to the bike. Green was at the bottom. He went to the garage and got his bike.In The Garden Mama was in the garden. It was red. Johnny picked up a stick and threw it. Johnny ran around the house. Red was at the top. She told them to play somewhere else. The red hand meant Don·t Walk. Johnny apologized to his mom. It had three colors--red. His dog Rex was waiting for him. His mama said. They are usually red. and yellow. Rex chased the stick. Jimmy looked both ways. It changed to a white figure walking. Then he walked across the street. They are very pretty. Johnny ran through the garden. His father always said never cross in the middle of the block. "Thorns will stick you. Mom yelled at Johnny and Rex. Roses have thorns. Jimmy walked to the intersection. He brought the stick back. She told them to stay out of the garden.

The chair fell onto the floor next to the dog." Carol said. The cat jumped onto the dog. The dog was chewing on a bone. He was wearing a yellow shirt. too. "He ate it so fast. He threw a stick. The dog kept chewing the bone. He ate them fast. Watch this." Mom gave a carrot to Sugar. Sugar. It licked the cat·s fur. "Let me give some sugar to Sugar. The dog lay down. "Now." said Carol. He almost ran into the chair." Carol gave the carrot to Sugar. The dog chased the boy. It looked at the cat. "Hello. Carol said. He ate the carrot fast. "We should give him a new name. Sugar was their horse. Mom said. . The dog kept chewing the bone." Carol said. The dog chased the stick. Their horse was in the stable.A Cat and A Dog The black cat jumped up onto the chair. Sugar ate the sugar cubes. It chewed on the stick. Why is his name Sugar?" Mom said. "Say hello to Sugar. The cat licked the dog·s nose. A boy ran through the room. "Yes." Mom said. The cat played with the dog·s tail. Sugar for Sugar Mom took Carol to the stable. The dog stopped chewing the bone. It looked down at the white dog. "He likes sugar. They walked over to Sugar. Mom gave a carrot to Carol. The cat jumped off the chair. She gave them to Sugar. Sugar ate the carrot. It started licking its paws. Sugar ate the carrot. Sugar eats carrots very fast. Mom said. The boy ran out to the street. The dog went back to its bone. We should call him Carrot. The dog stood up. The cat jumped onto the sofa. She held them in her hand. you feed Sugar. The cat jumped back onto the chair." Mom took some sugar cubes out of her pocket.

Don·t yell. Don·t make your brother cry. Don·t worry." Mom said. Don·t chew with your mouth open. Don·t drop out of school. Don·t fight with your brother. ." said Mom. "Of course you can have it. You can pick out a pretty dress. Don·t interrupt me." said Ellen. It·s your birthday present." said Mom. Don·t make a mess. Mom. Don·t hit your sister. She put on the dress. "I will pick out a pretty. we can pay full price. Ellen saw a blue dress that she liked. Don·t forget to take the dog for a walk. Don·t talk so loud. It fit her well. They went shopping at the mall. Don. Don·t give up. dear. Don·t go swimming right after eating. Don·t wipe your nose on your sleeve. Don·t pick your nose. Don·t play in the street. Don·t slam the door. "Can I have it?" Ellen asked. Don·t bother me now." "It·s your birthday. "You can pick out a dress. They went into JC Penney. dear. Don·t be late. Don·t talk to strangers. JC Penney sells lots of dresses. Don·t litter. Ellen was 12 years old. Don·t make fun of other people. Don·t eat that. "But it·s not on sale. blue dress. Don·t be rude. Don·t forget to feed the dog. She walked out of the dressing room.t do this. On your birthday. "We always buy everything on sale. Don·t play with fire." Ellen said. Don·t play with matches. "The dress fits you well.A Birthday Dress It was Ellen·s 12th birthday. Don·t scream." she said. "I like that dress. Don·t talk while you eat. Her mom took her shopping. mommy said." said Mom. Don·t talk with food in your mouth. Don·t shout. She took the dress into the dressing room.

He was bored. "Everyone is happy. green countries. "I want to go to heaven." Dad said.He Will Go To Heaven Adam was doing his homework. "If you are polite and honest." ." Dad said. I will be polite and honest. All the countries were different colors. only good people go to heaven. He told Adam to be honest." Dad said. "It is a happy place. why is this country red? Is it on fire? Did someone paint the ground red? Does it have a lot of tomatoes?" Jerry pointed at another country. There were red countries. why is this country green? Does it have a lot of grass? Did someone paint the ground green?" Jerry pointed at another country. "What is heaven like?" Adam asked. Adam had to do one more thing to go to heaven. you have to do your homework. Everyone likes you. "You will go to heaven. "If you want to go to heaven." Dad said. "Does everyone go to heaven?" Adam asked. Everyone is your friend. He stopped doing his homework. why is this country blue? Is it full of blue water? Does it have a lot of bluebirds? Did someone paint the ground blue?" His daddy said. Jerry pointed at one country. the colors make the map pretty. "Dad. It was a green country. and blue countries. It showed all the countries in the world. "Daddy. You like everyone. Adam said. "Daddy. "Daddy." Dad said." He told Adam to be polite. It was a map of the world. "No. you will go to heaven. They don·t mean anything. what happens when we die?" Adam asked. "No. It was a blue country. The world map Jerry was looking at a map. He didn·t like homework. The map showed many countries. "What·s that?" Adam asked." Dad said there was one more thing.

"You·re so sweet. Jones gave cookies to all the students. One time his brother fell out of the top bunk. The doctor examined him. All the students ate the cookies. He hit the carpet and woke up. He said. His brother didn·t like the rail.The top bunk He and his brother slept in a bunk bed. But Cindy didn·t eat her cookie. On Friday she brought cookies to class." Mrs. All the students liked the cookies. "Ouch!" Then he climbed back into the top bunk. Jones said. Her back was straight. She wasn·t bent over. He had the bottom bunk. Jones. She walked fast. But she didn·t walk slow. The cookies were delicious. Mrs. He left the guard rail down. I will share it at home with my sister. Mrs. His brother had the top bunk. Then he fell out of the top bunk again. She didn·t have white hair. She had black hair. "I·m not eating my cookie because I will take it home. Today was Friday. Jones. She gave cookies to all the students. He always left it down. His brother said he would do that. All the students said thank you. Mom took him to see the doctor. All the students liked Mrs. Then they ate the cookies. He said to keep the guard rail up. He said the guard rail was like jail. The rail kept the sleeper safe. "Why aren·t you eating your cookie. The top bunk had a guard rail. Jones was old. He fell asleep. Here·s a cookie for your sister. Cookies for students Cindy·s teacher was Mrs. The doctor said he was okay." . When he woke up the next day. That night his brother climbed into the top bunk again. his back was sore. He didn·t want to feel like he was in jail. Mrs. They especially liked her on Friday. Cindy?" She said. Jones asked.

Brown toast. The bus arrived. yellow butter.A school day School starts at 8:00 in the morning. They talked about baseball. They got to school at 7:30." They always did. Then he brushed his teeth. Oranges are orange outside and orange inside. He walked outside to the school bus stop. It was two blocks away. The bus driver said. He said hello to the bus driver. His mom woke him up at 6:30. He ate breakfast. He and Bobby sat together on the bus. Bananas are yellow outside and white inside. His favorite cereal was Cheerios. He drank a glass of orange juice. . The bus ride took 20 minutes. He also ate a banana. "Have fun in school. He yawned and got out of bed. They talked while they waited for the bus. He met his friend Bobby. He got dressed. He ate a bowl of cereal for breakfast. He drank a glass of milk. He kissed his mom goodbye. He ate a piece of toast with butter on it.

Be a good boy. Sit down on the bus. Wipe your nose.Do this. Go to bed. Try this. Wash your hands. Get dressed. Get into your pajamas. Turn down the TV. Go to school. Brush your teeth. Stand up straight. Do as I say. Buckle your seat belt. Close the door. not as I do. Keep trying. Make your bed. Wash your face. Be a good girl. Put on a clean shirt. Chew with your mouth closed. Wipe your feet. Study. Be nice to your brother. Be patient. daddy says Look both ways before you cross the street. Be nice to your sister. Play with your sister. Clean up your room. Take the dog for a walk. . Mind your manners. Say You·re Welcome. Listen to your teachers. Try these. Kiss your mommy good night. Do your homework. Clean the cat·s litter box. Watch your brother. Say Please. Stay in school. Change your clothes. Turn off the TV. Obey your parents. Go to your room. Wear clean underwear. Say your prayers. Be polite. Say Thank You.

She helps me with history. Sometimes Laura gets apples for lunch. We don·t like them. We eat lunch together at school. or she spends the night at my house. They are so silly. My mother gives me peanut butter sandwiches for lunch. We share our fruit with each other. We sleep over. We talk about our teachers and our parents. We do everything together. We share our sandwiches with each other. We talk about our brothers. or my parents invite her to our house. We walk to school together. Her parents invite me to their house. We will never like boys. I spend the night at her house. I help her with arithmetic. . We spend the weekends together. We talk about everything.My best friend Laura is my best friend. We love them. They are so silly. We are in the third grade. We help each other with our homework. Why in the world do some girls like boys? Boys never grow up. Laura·s mother gives her tuna sandwiches for lunch. Sometimes I get peaches. We talk about the boys in class.

Teachers need a lot of patience. He taught high school kids. He retired from the army and became a teacher. He taught me to keep trying. He was a good man. . My dad married my mom when they were both 19. He did this for 20 years. He jumped out of airplanes. Two college degrees is very good. Then my dad retired. He grew up on the streets of New York City.I love my dad I love my dad. But they died together. He was a hard worker. He went to college while he was in the army. He had a lot of patience. His sister died in a car crash. One college degree is good. He got two college degrees. He had three brothers and one sister. My dad joined the army. That was bad. He traveled around the world with my mom. Then he became a military policeman. He taught me to do things right or don·t do them at all. His parents didn·t speak English. He liked his job. That was good. He taught me to work hard. His brothers ended up in jail. They both died in a plane crash. He taught high school kids for 20 years.

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