By Jeannine Beaulieu

Caillou and Clementine are on the park. Clementine desires to cross at the tremendous childrens' slide yet Caillou nonetheless is going at the little children' slide. as soon as on the most sensible, Caillou can't stream for worry. Daddy involves is helping Caillou get used to the massive young children’ slide.

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What if they were number three pencils or number twenty-seven pencils? What if my lucky pencils turned out to be unlucky? What if they made me get a zero on the test? I had to ask. I held my lucky pencils straight up in the air over my head. ” Ms. Newel asked. “I don’t know what number my pencils are,” I said. 30 0 I just knew Ms. Newel was gonna make me use a plain old boring yellow pencil. “These are my lucky pencils,” I told her. Ms. Newel took one of my pencils and looked at it. I held my breath and crossed my fingers.

I felt my eyes open as wide as they would open. What did Other mean? If I filled in the Other bubble, to me that was like saying I was weird or different from everybody else. That was like saying something was wrong with me. I didn’t feel like I was weird or different. I didn’t feel like an Other. I looked around. Everybody was already working on the test. If I didn’t start soon, I’d get a zero for sure. I decided for myself that I had to leave the race bubble blank. ” Ms. Newel asked when we were done.

These were supposed to be the easy questions. I got the attention of Ms. Black. Oops! I mean Ms. White. She walked over to my desk. “I can’t figure out which race bubble to fill in,” I whispered. ” she said. She looked at me 3 44 like I was some weirdo creature from outer space. Then she hunched over and whispered in my ear, “Are you mixed? You look mixed. ” I looked at her like she was crazy. “They’re the same color I am,” I whispered back. Ms. White asked another stupid question. ” “In a hospital,” I said.

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