THERE IS TOO MUCH OF! WHERE ARE MY AID?
IF DOCUMENTS ARE NOT CLASSIFIED, STUDENTS DO LEARN. THE SCHOOL COULD CLOSE.
WALLS POURRAIENT TUMBLE. THE SKY MAY FALL. IT MIGHT BE THE END OF THE WORLD!
THAT WILL HELP ME SAVE THE WORLD?
It is night in the classroom, and teacher's desk is piled high with papers unchecked. Red pen, his conscientious administrative assistant, hears the call of duty. But there is a mutiny among the other tools of the trade in his drawer of the teacher. Do stapler, scissors, gum, no. 2 pencil, Green Highlighter and response of the bug (aka Senorita Chincheta) the appeal? No!
"Not I," they say, a litany of complaints and miseries of listing. Pencil is sharpened to a nub; Scissors becomes dull all its cutting up; The suffering of gum of shrinkage of the brain and all fear them the ultimate end for over-the-hill office supplies, the Point of no return, THE TRASH, where their former comrade in arms, felt black-Tip, has been removed in his match was left.
And the reservoir, the overweight and underexercised class hamster, no help is no longer. He repeated, in the shadow of its now rusty exercise wheel. This red soldiers pen only thanks to the long night, scritch-scratch through endless communications of math and language arts worksheets, until finally it wobbles rehashing, stumbling blearily and roll - out of Office!
"OH NO!" WHISPERED ERASER. "PEN IS IN THE...".THE.... "There is nothing for it but to mount an operation to rescue their leader, and supplies are finally out of the drawer and work. What to do? Suffice it to say that daring desk drawer performers take stock of their resources, creating a chain of trombone and come with a device of clever block and tackle involving a formerly unused hamster wheel and a sudden er, motivated Tank, which excited to transform Tankzilla by conspicuously talented Chincheta, takes an unexpected marathon, running on his wheel and their leader lost is thus lifted the school supply limbo.
"EL NO RETURNO PUZO!". CHINCHETA a CRIÉ (ostensibly) "I hate to BE BLUNT," said scissors, but it is a GONER. PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PIT!
"NOW!" CRIED ERASER. "WE HAVE A JOB AT THE END!"
"YOU FORGET!" EVERYONE YELLED. "Let's GET to work!
Award-winning Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel The Little Red Pen daughter (Harcourt Houghton Mifflin, 2011) there are many enable readers tickle boxes sophisticated picture book - smart take-off on the ground of venerable Little Red Hen, nifty puns on the properties of léthargiqueset the clever climax supplies that throws in a lesson to simple machines without charge. Drawings humorous Stevens to do much to raise this plot detailed humor high which sharp second and third-graders will easily appreciate. This story is all set to become a, um, staple of literature in the classroom.