Bill, Go to School!
Marsha, Age 7, Unionville, PA

Once there lived a boy. A very feisty boy.

Every day his mother said, "Bill go to school!"

And he said, "No, I will stay here and play, play, play!"

They fought all morning. At noon, the mother finally got him to school.

Meanwhile, Bill was getting into trouble for being late, fighting with the teacher and not sharing. He got sent to the principal's office. He went home and his mother was very mad. She yelled and yelled and yelled.

"Bill, go to your room!" she said.

Bill cried and cried and cried.

"Mommy doesn't like me anymore!" he said.

He was so sad; he hid his face in a pillow. When his dad came home, his mother explained what happened.

"Your little boy is getting in trouble at school," she said.

Soon Bill came out and ran to hug his daddy.

"Daddy! Daddy!" he said. "Mommy says she does not like me anymore."

"No, I didn't," his mother said. "You can stay home tomorrow."

Because it was the weekend.

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