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The Adventures of Sticky and Pickles
By Courtney Kayser
AuthorHouseCopyright © 2015 Courtney Kayser
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There once was a girl named Sticky, And there were many things she could do! She loved to do them every day With her sidekick, Pickles, too!
She'd ride her unicycle to get around. She'd play her piano and cello. She always wore her lucky shoes, And her favorite color was yellow.
She had some super powers And a really cool green cape! She'd save the day whenever she could With her super-powered duct tape!
But of all the things Sticky could do, Her favorite thing of all Was to help others whenever she could. She was there when help did call.
One day, Sticky was walking along When she heard an otter stuck in a tree! "Arf arf arf!" screamed the otter, "Please, oh please, help me!"
So Sticky went over to the tree And looked up at the otter in the sky. And she jumped and she jumped and she jumped some more, But she just couldn't jump up that high.
Feeling a little discouraged And knowing this challenge was tough, Sticky sat down with her head in her hands, "I'm just not big enough."
Then Pickles flew over to remind her, "Meow meow meow!" she said so wisely. "You're right!" Sticky stood up and shouted, "I'm as big as I believe myself to be!"
Sticky then had an idea, To help the poor otter escape. She held out her hands and with a flick of the wrist, ... Voila! A ladder of duct tape!
Pickles grabbed hold of the ladder And flew it way up to the tree. Sticky climbed up and rescued the otter And returned him home super safely.
Now Sticky had an arch nemesis With a face you could never forget. A titanium-bladed, pink-handled pair of Scissors ... her name, Scissorette!
Scissorette had an evil sidekick named Goulash, A doggie so evil in size. He lived in a carrier Scissorette held And had evil-like, red goulash eyes.
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