By Elizabeth Bram,Chuck Groenink
Why have a lemonade stand in the event you could have a narrative stand? That’s what Rufus, a boy with a major mind's eye, makes a decision. And as soon as he’s in company, he begins growing little gemstones for his family and friends. Millie and Walter exchange a shell for his tale referred to as “Why Orange Is the simplest Color.” Rufus writes little sister Annie a narrative for her birthday a few woman who shrinks to the scale of a teacup. Sara trades plants for a narrative a couple of kinfolk of buttons. after which all of them take a seat and skim the glorious tales together.
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