By Tony DiTerlizzi, Holly Black
Speak about out of the frying pan, into the hearth! i used to be beautiful yes that my freaky stepsister and that freaky box consultant of hers might spoil my lifestyles. yet now it seems like they're going to damage all of Florida, too! ok, probably that's no longer reasonable. probably a majority of these silly giants will be waking up besides, but when it wasn't for her and that ebook, I'd be domestic taking part in games and this may be an individual else's massive challenge!
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They said, "How do you do? " 33 And Sally and I Did not know what to do. So we had to shake hands With Thing One and Thing Two. We shook their two hands. But our fish said, "No! No! Those Things should not be In this house! Make them go! 34 "They should not be here When your mother is not! Put them out! " Said the fish in the pot. 35 "Have no fear, little fish," Said the Cat in the Hat. " And he gave them a pat. "They are tame. Oh, so tame! They have come here to play. " 37 is? »-^J u Now, here is a game that they like," Said the cat.
50 ^ Then I let down my net. It came down with a PLOP! And I had them! At last! Those two Things had to stop. Then I said to the cat, "Now you do as I say. " said the cat. "You did not like our game . . Oh dear. What a shame! What a shame! " 53 Then he shut up the Things In the box with the hook. And the cat went away With a sad kind of look. "That is good," said the fish "He has gone away. Yes. But your mother will come. She will find this big mess! And this mess is so big And so deep and so tall, We can not pick it up.
He picked up the cake, And the rake, and the gown, And the milk, and the strings, And the books, and the dish, And the fan, and the cup, And the ship, and the fish. And he put them away. " And then he was gone With a tip of his hat. 58 Then our mother came in And she said to us two, "Did you have any fun? Tell me. " And Sally and I did not know What to say. Should we tell her The things that went on there that day? 60 ^ Should we tell her about it? Now, what SHOULD we do? Well... What would YOU do If your mother asked 61 YOU?
A Giant Problem (Beyond the Spiderwick Chronicles, Book 2) by Tony DiTerlizzi, Holly Black