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By Ann Cameron

Julian is a short fibber and a wishful philosopher. And he's nice at telling tales. He could make people—especially his more youthful brother, Huey—believe absolutely anything. just like the tale concerning the cats that are available in the mail. Or the fig leaves that make you develop tall for those who devour them off the tree. yet a few tales can result in a heap of difficulty, and that is precisely the place Julian and Huey finish up!

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I wasn’t definite, yet I didn’t inform Gloria. “It’s a city at the ocean,” I stated. “Right,” Gloria stated. “Can you switch a cartwheel? ” She became sideways herself and did cartwheels at the grass. I had by no means attempted a cartwheel ahead of, yet i attempted to repeat Gloria. My palms went down within the grass, my ft went up within the air, and—I fell over. I checked out Gloria to determine if she was once giggling at me. If she was once guffawing at me, i used to be going to move domestic and ignore her. yet she simply checked out me very heavily and stated, “It takes practice,” after which I loved her. “I be aware of the place there’s a bird’s nest on your yard,” I acknowledged. “Really? ” Gloria acknowledged. “There weren’t any timber within the backyard, or any birds, the place I lived earlier than. ” I confirmed her the place a robin lives and has eggs. Gloria stood up on a department and appeared in. The eggs have been small and light blue. the mummy robin squawked at us, and she or he and the daddy robin flew round our heads. “They wish us to head away,” Gloria stated. She bought down from the department, and we went round to front of the home and watched the relocating males hold rugs and a reflect inside of. “Would you love to return over to my residence? ” I stated. “All right,” Gloria acknowledged, “if it's all correct with my mom. ” She ran in the home and requested. It used to be very well, so Gloria and that i went to my condominium, and that i confirmed her my room and my video games and my rock assortment, after which I made strawberry Kool-Aid and we sat on the kitchen desk and drank it. “You have a pink mustache in your mouth,” Gloria acknowledged. “You have a purple mustache in your mouth, too,” I acknowledged. Gloria giggled, and we licked off the mustaches with our tongues. “I want you’d reside the following an extended time,” I informed Gloria. Gloria stated, “I want i'd too. ” “I comprehend how one can make wishes,” Gloria acknowledged. “What’s that? ” I requested. “First you're making a kite. are you aware the way to make one? ” “Yes,” I acknowledged, “I understand how. ” i understand how to make sturdy kites simply because my father taught me. We lead them to out of 2 crossed sticks and folded newspaper. “All right,” Gloria acknowledged, “that’s the 1st a part of making needs that come precise. So let’s make a kite. ” We went out into the storage and unfolded sticks and newspaper and made a kite. I mounted at the kite string and went to the closet and acquired rags for the tail. “Do you may have a few paper and pencils? ” Gloria requested. “Because now we make the needs. ” I didn’t recognize what she used to be making plans, yet I went in the home and received pencils and paper. “All right,” Gloria acknowledged. “Every want you must have come precise you write on a protracted skinny piece of paper. You don’t inform me your needs, and that i don’t inform you mine. in the event you inform, your needs don’t come actual. additionally, should you examine the opposite person’s needs, your needs don’t come real. ” Gloria sat down at the storage flooring and commenced writing her needs. i wished to determine what they were—but I went to the opposite part of the storage and wrote my very own needs in its place. I wrote: 1. I want i may see the catalog cats. 2. I want the fig tree stands out as the tallest on the town. three. I want I’d be an outstanding football participant. four. I want i'll trip in an plane.

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