This book is dedicated to the loving memory of my parents
Elvin "Chico" Turnbull and Delores "De" Mae Turnbull.
My two handsome sons were my inspiration for this book. I love you, Roosevelt (aka Lil Rose) and Ryan (aka R.K.) Thanks for making motherhood a blessing each and everyday.
The author also expresses her gratitude to her husband, big sister, Uncle Louis, Godmother Mattie, the Kennedy family, the Tucker family, the Cooks family, the Sheppard family, Maryland Avenue Baptist Church family(always home), her current church, Salem Baptist Church(greatest church in the world), her Bff crew, her posse at work, and everyone else that have touched her heart or stimulated her mind.
"Be Good, Evil Eraser, Be Good!"
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No School for Evil Eraser!
By Tiffany Turnbull-Kennedy
AuthorHouseCopyright © 2011 Tiffany Turnbull-Kennedy
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Chapter OneIt was the night before school was to begin, and R.K. had to pack his book bag with all of the school supplies that he would need for his big day. He had a pencil, crayon, scissors, glue, and a ruler. The school supplies were all best friends, and they all wanted to attend school with R.K. in his book bag.
R.K. became very sleepy and decided to put all of his school supplies in his book bag the next morning before going to school.
After R.K. went to bed, all of the friends started to play with each other in the book bag. They had a ball-racing, jumping, and even chasing one another. However, the Evil Eraser had an evil plan to try to get rid of the other school supplies before R.K. woke up to pack his book bag.
Playful Pencil said to the other school supplies, "Let's play a new game."
Silly Scissors began to laugh and said, "That sounds like fun!"
Goofy Glue told Playful Pencil that he would stick to him like glue to win the new game, and everybody began to laugh.
Rowdy Ruler then asked, "What kind of game are we going to play now?"
Crazy Crayon told Rowdy Ruler not to be so loud all the time, and Rowdy Ruler told him to shut up. All of sudden, Rowdy Ruler and Crazy Crayon were fighting, and Playful Pencil told them both to stop.
"What are you two doing? You two are suppose to be friends and should be playing with each other instead of fighting," Playful Pencil said.
Goofy Glue started to laugh again and said, "Playful Pencil is right. You guys are best friends, so act like it."
So Rowdy Ruler told Crazy Crayon that he was sorry, and Crazy Crayon told Rowdy Ruler that he was also sorry. They both laughed and gave each other a high five. Then the crew was happy again and they began to play hide- and-seek. Playful Pencil started to count: "One, two, I'm coming for you ..."
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