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Harold learns a lesson about caring
By Melissa Ann Mack, Raphael M. de la Rosa
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There was a boy named Harold, who always got his own way. He would yell and stump his feet at everything.
His mother and father told him, getting your way would have to change one day, but Harold did not listen.
As Harold grew a little bit bigger, he still acted the same. Harold's parents wanted to send him to camp too teach him that everything in life isn't always going to be easy.
So off Harold went. He was going camping. Harold was not happy, but he went.
When Harold got to camp, he was feeling sad and lonely.
The other children did not care for Harold as much. They would tease him because he did not join in any of the activities.
One night after dinner, Harold and the other children sat around the camp fire. All the kids were singing and roasting marshmallows, but not Harold.
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