You may have heard a certain movie golf player tell another golfer to “be the ball”. What happens when someone takes that to a whole new level in the game of Basketball? Time to find out!
Story by Clark Ness www.clarkness.com
Here's a little story that's dedicated to every little child who's fascinated by those bright and shiny ornaments that we like to call "lights!"
--YOU CAN READ ALONG BELOW!--
By Janet Hsieh
Once upon a time there was a boy who loved lights.
He would wake up in the morning, point to the ceiling and say
Then, he would take off his pajamas, put on his day of the week shirt,
A pair of pants, and of course, matching socks.
He would stretch his arms, point to the wall and happily proclaim,
Next came breakfast and playtime. He loved playtime.
“What’s this?” asked his dad.
“LIIIIGHT” was the answer.
“This is a ball.” replied his dad.
“And what’s this?” [continued his dad].
“LIIIIGHT” (obviously) came the reply.
“This is a toy.” his dad responded.
“Oooooh. Look what I have here?” as his dad held up a toy car.
The little boy looked at the toy car, his favorite toy, and beamed at his dad.
He opened up his mouth and loudly and proudly pronounced the word,
Finally, the little boy’s dad had an idea!
He walked over to the table, picked up the lamp.
He turned it on and pointed to the lamp.
“Hey! What do you call this?”
The little boy, clutching his little toy car, waddled over to his dad,
Pointed to the lamp and said,
Suit up - it’s time to go to space! But what’s Christine’s teacher going to think of all this? Not to mention the Robot Dog…wait, did someone say Robot Dog?!
Original story by Clark Ness: www.clarkness.com
From the author that brought you “The Tale of Peter Rabbit”, comes the continuation of the series – picking up right where we left our friend Peter.
This time, it’s cousin Benjamin’s turn to lead the adventure back to Mr. McGregor’s garden…