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By Chris Rylander

ISBN-10: 0061994960

ISBN-13: 9780061994968

do you want whatever? Mac can get it for you. It's what he does—he and his ally and enterprise supervisor, Vince. Their tools may well occasionally run afoul of the legislation, or at the least the varsity code of behavior, but when you have got an issue, if not anyone else may also help, and in case you will pay him, Mac is in your facet. His place of work is found within the East Wing boys' rest room, fourth stall from the excessive window. And enterprise is booming.

Or no less than it used to be, until eventually one specific Monday. It starts off with a 3rd grader short of defense. And prior to this ordeal is over, it's going to contain a mythical highschool crime boss named Staples, an intramural playing ring, a graffiti ninja, the 9 most deadly bullies at school, and the 1st Chicago Cubs global sequence video game in virtually seventy years. And that's only the start. Mac and Vince quickly discover that the difficulty with fixing every body else's difficulties is that there's not anyone left to unravel yours.

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I like French fries," says Blackie. " he asks Ted. Ted looks at Blackie. He thinks and thinks, then he says: "No, I don't. I like cheese and biscuits. You can eat the French fries. " 30 \ I am listening to them and I am very angry. "I like French fries," I say suddenly. "No, you don't like them," cries Blackie. He is angry. "I know. You like sandwiches and biscuits. " Ted is happy because he likes French fries. Blackie is angry because he likes French fries, too. After lunch we play and watch TV.

How do the brothers help Pinky? Does the woman throw Pinky out? 38 2 Circle the odd word. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 3 Fill in: don't, doesn't, isn't, aren't. 1. 2. 3. 4. 4 bookcase, cupboard, table, window afraid, happy, big, sad children, woman, man, girl bite, look, eat, drink arms, hands, fingers, feet I like it. Pinky jump onto the cupboard. Pinky happy. Blackie and Reddy on the sofa. Fill in: on, to, out, into, in. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The woman throws Pinky . The vase is the floor. We are our garden again.

9. 2 What is it? 1. 2. 3. 4. 3 It is morning. The kittens are in the garden. They want to go to bed. There is a big animal in the vase. A mouse climbs up the umbrella. Reddy is afraid of mice. Blackie doesn't listen to Pinky. Blackie climbs down the umbrella. The mouse is behind the books. You can put flowers in it. You take it with you, when it is raining. It is small. Mice live there. People put books on it. Fill in: up, in, to, at, of. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. It is climbing the umbrella. We put the umbrella the vase.

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