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Charlie runs away to a secret place in the back yard because she feels that her parents do not love her, but her grandfather influences her to return home.
She added a handful of pebbles for raisins and a sprinkling of sand for sugar.
Then she went to the kitchen, turned on the cold water and watched her pudding go soft and squidgy.
She gave it a really good stir.
Chocolate pudding flew all round the kitchen.
"Oh, Charlie! What a mess!"
Dad looked really cross. "That was a silly thing to do."
"I'm making chocolate pudding for Grandpa!" Charlie felt hurt.
"You're making a mess!" grumbled Dad.
Charlie stomped upstairs. She wouldn't give Dad any of her pudding. She decided to play boats in the bathroom. She filled the washbowl full of water and sailed the bath-time boats around their little lake. "Now there's a big storm coming!" She stirred the water hard. Little waves splashed over the soap.
"Crash!" She smacked the water hard for thunder. The waves rolled over the washbowl and poured onto the floor.
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