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Hello Miss Maddie Mae.
She had a very nice tone.
Can you stand on the scale?
Let's see how you've grown.
Now stand up real straight.
I want to check out your height.
You're growing so nicely,
just perfect, just right.
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Miss Maddie Mae Loses A Tooth
By Jackie Sowatsky
Trafford PublishingCopyright © 2014 Jackie Sowatsky
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Today my mom surprised me. We drove to the candy store. She said I got to pick one thing, but I wanted so much more.
As I walked in, my eyes grew big, there was just so much to see. There were lemon drops and lollypops, and licorice sticks for me.
I took my time, picked carefully, then chose the sour chews. When I ate them all, one by one, They turned my teeth bright blue.
But I chewed and I chewed, still slurpin' juice, When all of a sudden, my tooth became loose.
I ran to show mom that I had a loose tooth. "Congratulations," she said. It was those sticky chews.
Mom said to get busy and wiggle that tooth. But I didn't really think that my tooth was that loose.
But I'm a big girl and I'm not gonna pout. I thought and I thought how that tooth could come out.
I first reached for an apple and gave it a bite. But for my tooth to come out, I'd have to bite it just right.
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