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     Lolly in the Land Of Loud People Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Wednesday, June 06 2007 @ 08:27 AM
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    In a far away place, there lived a young girl with short brown tousled curly hair. Her big bright eyes shined like two sliver gleaming moonbeams. She was proudly named Lolly.

    She lived in a small village called the Land of the Loud People. Everyone in her village spoke in very loud thunderous bellowing sounds. Except for young Lolly. Try as she may, she just could not speak in those loud bellowing sounds.

    Her classmates would bully her each and every day for having a small voice. This made Lolly very sad. Even the grown-ups found it difficult to hear her light, whispering voice. With each passing day, Lolly became more and more upset as she tried to speak loud like those around her. It seemed to Lolly that no one in the village seemed to hear her words. Deep down, Lolly hoped that there would to be someone, somewhere, who could be able to help her.



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     Wuffy the Wonder Dog Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Friday, January 20 2006 @ 09:08 PM
    Contributed by: Anonymous
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    Wuffy the Wonder Dog, the "one and only" Wuffy in the entire world, is a puppy of many talents. Wuffy paints (not very well) and writes songs (in Wuffanese, of course), but he is most proud of his operatic voice and his bushy tail, both of which often get him into trouble.

    Wuffy's best friend, whenever she allows it, is a "well-educated" cat named Elizabeth, who doesn't always value Wuffy or his talents. Wuffy's mission in life is to become something, anything, for which she will appreciate him. Whether he is a scientist experimenting on chocolate, an actor playing the role of a gentle wolf, a doctor who cures sick little girls better than chicken soup, a hunter, a poet, or any of his other chosen vocations. Wuffy always has the best intentions and the noblest goals. Unfortunately, the outcome of his attempts to impress Elizabeth usually isn't quite what he expects.

    Though the road to wisdom is not a straight path for Wuffy the Wonder Dog, he learns many lessons along the way. He also teaches his readers the power of friendship and forgiveness.

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     The Big Mouth Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Tuesday, March 22 2005 @ 11:51 PM
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    Fred had a big mouth. Everyone called him a blabbermouth. Although he was only six years old, his mouth moved up a down faster than a diving board on a hot summer day. It wouldn‚??t of someone else‚??s life. But Fred always blurted out the first words that popped into his brain and it caused all been so badly if he‚??d occasionally asked a question to someone or even showed a hint of interest in sorts of trouble.
    It seemed Fred could never hold onto his words. Not even for a second. As soon as they popped into his head they'd shoot out his ears, bounce off his nose and boomerang out his mouth. Take at school. When it was printing time, Fred worked hard, printing his alphabet just right. He wanted it to be perfect. He carefully held his pencil, making sure his letter "L" was standing straight. But when he looked up, there was Beatrice wrapping her hand around the pencil. It was just the way teacher said not to do it! Well before Fred could blink an eye "Ping, Pong, Poof!" Words starting popping into his head. They shot out his ears running along his nose and boomeranged out his mouth: " Beatrice isn't holding her pencil properly!"



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     The boy and His Computer Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Friday, February 04 2005 @ 10:28 AM
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    Once upon a time, there was a boy. The boy had a computer. The boy loved his computer, and the computer loved him. One day, the boy and the computer got very sick.The computer got a virus and the boy got the flu. A few days later, the boy got better but the computer still had it's virus. The boy went to start the computer and the computer tried it's abslute hardest to start but in a few seconds, the computer went up in smoke.
    The boy loved the computer, loved it like a brother.First a few days past then a couple weeks, a couple of months, and finally, a couple of years and the boy would not let his parents throw the computer away.
    Over the years, the boy started to like other things and his ove for computers fell and fell and fell.
    One day, his parents bought him an X-Box. His parents said "You can only have it if you let us throw the computer away." The boy had to think for a minute. He thought and thought and thought. He made up his mind and said "No! I want to keep my computer!"
    A few more years past and he didn't like computers anymore. Then, his parents bought him a GameCube. His parents asked him if he wanted the GameCube and told him he could only have it if he let them throw away the computer. This time, the awnsered very quickly and said "I'll take the GameCube!"
    Even though the boy loved his computer, he made the right choice and it was the right choice becausehe was growing up and he liked other things now. He played his GameCube everyday and he still thought about his computer and he was happy and he live happily ever after.




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