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Don’t carry your pig to eat pizza
Because he will want more and more
Then you’ll have to take him home
And he won’t fit through the door.
Ava - 2nd grade
Don’t carry your beaver to eat food at your picnic
He will just eat all of the trees
Then people will cry and call the police
They will show up and yell, “Freeze!”
Anthony- 2nd grade
Don’t bring your sloth to get ready for a fancy break-dancing party
Or it will take five years to get there.
Everyone will be gone
And you will have grown hair.
Henry- 2nd grade