Bringing Down the Moon by Jonathan Emmett
By Jonathan Emmett
Hot-diggerty! Whatever's that?" exclaims Mole as he burrows out of the floor one evening and catches sight of the moon. He thinks it is the most pretty factor he is ever noticeable and he desires it, so he units approximately attempting to pull it down - to no avail. whilst all his efforts end up to be in useless, he all of sudden notices the moon's in a puddle at his toes and reaches to choose it up and breaks it. bad Mole is inconsolable, until eventually he's proven that the moon isn't damaged in any respect, yet simply as appealing as ever, placing within the sky like a shiny silver coin. And it isn't as close to because it appears to be like!
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Papa did know who. "Mr. " After the Bruins drove away, Mama and Papa sat on the tree house steps and watched Brother and Sister do some plain and fancy bike riding.
After the Bruins drove away, Mama and Papa sat on the tree house steps and watched Brother and Sister do some plain and fancy bike riding.
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