Children’s Book Ending

(This is the last entry in the series of The Great Kitchen Disaster. Read all the entries located in the Children’s Book post.)

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“Oh, no! There’s smoke coming out of the toaster,” Courtney screamed.

Her mother jumped over the truck on the floor and ran to unplug the toaster. “It’s all right, dear. You just left the toast in a little too long. Next time, I’ll do it. I don’t want you to burn yourself.”

The toast was burned and Courtney was sobbing. “I ruined everything,” Courtney cried. “The cereal is soggy now and the juice is warm. I’ll never learn to cook anything. You won’t want to spend time with me. You won’t love me anymore. Everything I do in the kitchen is a disaster!”

“That’s not true. I’m sorry that I rushed you. You’ll learn to cook when the time is right for you,” her mother said.

Courtney finally stopped crying. Using her nightgown, her mother wiped away Courtney’s tears.

Courtney’s mother looked around the kitchen, shook her head, and laughed. “Let’s go out to a restaurant for breakfast. While we are out, we are going to buy you a brand new truck. You’ll have something new to play with on the kitchen floor while I cook.”

Courtney was happy. “I love you, Mom. As long as we spend time together, I know there will be no more kitchen disasters around here.”


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