a bully picks on him and he goes home to tell.
His mother tells him he just needs to stand up for himself.
To know the rest of this tale, don't put this book back on the shelf!"
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Meets Little Miss Hate-It
By Tom Schinderling
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Wally jumped out of bed, happy He rushed to eat his breakfast to fill his tummy. He packed his backpack with everything he would need, Preparing himself for an exciting deed.
Molly, his mother, was happy to see him full of joy. She loved to see that Wally was an eager little boy. Wally thought this new adventure was super cool, For today was Wally's first day of school.
Wally strolled to the bus stop while Molly waved good-bye. He felt a rush of good feelings as Molly tried not to cry. She was proud to see him go with so much gusto That it made her eyes tear up with joy and overflow.
Wally hopped on the bus and greeted its driver. He saw his friend Jinx and gave him a high-fiver. On the bus were also his friends Feathers and Globbity Glook. They were showing each other their favorite book.
The bus ride was not long but just long enough. He enjoyed the ride through town, seeing new kinds of stuff. Wally had never traveled this far across town from his home; The park across the street was as far as he could roam.
After the bus arrived at the school, Wally got a chill. He could not wait to see; this would be quite the thrill. He looked at the school in awe as he stood on the grass, Wondering what would be taught in his first class.
Suddenly Wally heard some loud commotion from afar. Someone was coming. Then he heard a loud "Rawr!" Little monsters ran fleeing this way and that way As one monster girl tormented others, thinking it was okay.
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