By Betty G. Birney
The scholars in Room 26 are studying approximately boats and construction their very own for a race on Potter's Pond. Humphrey the hamster loves dreaming approximately being a pirate and staring at his pals construct ships. but if he mistakenly finally ends up at sea at the day of the boat race, he reveals himself in the course of extra experience than he bargained for! Humphrey is again during this fascinating tale of a hamster at the excessive seas of hilarity.
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The good thing is, I can go where I want to unless Mrs. Brisbane stops me. The bad thing is, it’s a little hard to hear inside the ball, especially when I’m daydreaming about adventures. Especially adventures on a boat, in the water, on the— “Ocean,” Mrs. Brisbane said, and I heard her quite clearly. “In the library,” she added. Maybe I didn’t hear her clearly after all. I knew that oceans were VERY-VERY-VERY large bodies of water. And I knew that the library was a place where my friends went to get books.
Eek! If they all painted me, I’d end up looking like a rainbow and I’d probably be a soggy mess. Og wouldn’t even recognize me when I got back. “Okay,” said Gail, but she didn’t sound all that happy about it. Soon, my cage was on the Morgensterns’ kitchen table. Simon, Gail and their mom all sat around with paper and paints and stared at me. Mr. Morgenstern, who seemed like a kind and sensible man, said he had errands to do and hurried out of the house before the painting even began. “Okay, artists,” Mrs.
Sure, she sent us letters and pictures, but it wasn’t like seeing her every day. At first, I didn’t think I’d ever squeak to her again. But by now, my heart wasn’t exactly broken. It was just sprained. And I’d be GLAD-GLAD-GLAD if I could see her again. I don’t think Ms. Mac meant to break my heart. I do think Ms. Mac would be glad to see me again, too. Funny how a book about pirates gets you thinking about all kinds of crazy things. Even love. There be treasures aplenty in the deep, if ye dare look!
Adventure According to Humphrey by Betty G. Birney