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Crumbun Says No To Bullying
By Susan Rochester Zucconi, Joshua Allen
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It was a day like any other day at the Crumbgrabber's house. The alarm clock rang. "Rise and shine, time for breakfast, the most important meal of the day," said Mom. After breakfast the children, Crumby, Crumbcake and Crumbun got ready for school.
While they were waiting for the school bus to arrive in front of their house with the other neighborhood children, Crumbun and her best friend Sapphire were talking about a great new game that was happening today on the playground. The game is called "Four Square" "I can't wait to play the game at recess" said Sapphire. "Me too" said Crumbun, see you later.
In class, Sapphire and Crumbun were anxiously awaiting for the school bell to ring for lunch which is at 12:00 p.m. A few minutes later the lunch bell rang. "Yay!" the school children shouted. After the children ate their lunch they proceeded outside for recess. Some children started playing tag, hopscotch, and other games.
Mrs. Powers said, "Children let us start playing Four Square" Now Sapphire, Crumbun, Mandy and Annabelle you girls go first. Get in the numbered squares." Annabelle was in the highest ranked square so she served the ball and it bounced to Sapphire. "You kicked the ball, Sapphire, you can't do that, that's a fault. Try again," said Annabelle. Annabelle served the ball again and it went into Sapphire's square. She grabbed the ball. "You stupid girl, you're out!" yelled Annabelle. Sapphire ran back in the lunchroom crying. Crumbun ran after her best friend. Crumbun approached Sapphire and said, "it is okay, it is just a silly game, you did the best you could. Annabelle was very mean to you."
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