Children’s Storybook

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On Friday, Courtney’s mother said, “Today, I will show you how to make hamburgers and hotdogs. After I take them off the grill, I’ll put them in the rolls. All you have to do is squeeze the ketchup and the mustard on them.”

Courtney did not want to learn how to make hamburgers and hotdogs, but she did her best to listen to her mother.

Courtney wondered what would happen if she squeezed the bottles with all her strength. SPLURT!

Courtney missed the rolls. Mustard dripped from the lampshade and a long, red streak of ketchup rolled down her dog’s back.

“The ketchup and the mustard belong on the hotdogs, not on the family dog, dear,” Courtney’s mother said patiently.

Courtney had a terrible time learning how to make hamburgers and hotdogs. It was her fifth kitchen disaster.

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