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  • The Red Hen ! By Connor Smith
  •   One  day  on  a  sunny  a+ernoon,  a  li0le  red  hen  found  a  handful  of  grain.    “Who  will  help  me  plant  this  wheat?”  she  asked.    “I  won’t,”  assured  the  dog.    “I  won’t,”  echoed  the  cat.    “I  will  not,”  replied  the  mouse.    “ Then  I  will,”  said  the  hen  and  began  to  plant  the  wheat.  
  • A+er  the  wheat  was  planted,    the  li0le  red  hen  got  hungrier  and  wanted  to  grind  the  wheat  so  she  asked,  “Who  will  come  with  me  to  grind  this  wheat?”    “I  won’t,”  assured  the  dog    “I  won’t,”  echoed  the  cat    “I  will  not,”  replied  the  mouse  
  • “ Then  I  will,”  said  the  hen  and    took  off  to  the  grind  where  the  wheat  would  be  ground  into  flour.    A+er  the  wheat  was  ground  she  went  back  to  her  friends  an  asked,  “Who  will  help  me  make  this  bread.”    “I  won’t,”  assured  the  dog.    “I  won’t,”  echoed  the  cat.    “I  will  not,”  replied  the  mouse.    “ Then  I  will,”  said  the  hen  and  put  the    flour  in  the  oven.  
  • Once  the  wheat  was    si+ed,  she  added  other  ingredients  to  make  it  taste  perfect.    As  soon  as  she  heard  that  the  baking  was  finished,  all  three  animals  were  in  her  house.  “Who  will  help  me  eat  this  bread.”      “I  will,”  assured  the  dog.    “I  will,”  echoed  the  cat.    “I  will,”  replied  the  mouse.    “No,  I  think  I  will.    Maybe  next  Kme  I’ll  need  some  volunteers  to  help  me.”  And  she  ate  it  all.