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Blu was a very 
bored monster, he 
liked to destroy the 
city every single 
time, but no one else 
knew the problem 
that ...
Timmy was very 
curious about the 
monster so he 
decided to hug the 
monster and when 
Timmy was close to 
the monster 
e...
Nowadays, Blu still 
destroys the city, but 
not because he is sad, 
but because every 
time he does this, 
Timmy hugs him...
THE END 
Author: Stella Sampaio 
Editorial Supervisor: Teacher: Gerson A. Moura 
Illustrator: Andymcnally 
Publisher: www....
I3   book 11
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I3 book 11

  1. 1. Blu was a very bored monster, he liked to destroy the city every single time, but no one else knew the problem that forced it to act this way. One day a kid called Timmy who saw the monster and realized that the monster was really sad and he asked his mother why the monster was so sad and his mother didn’t know the problem, but she always said to him: “Timmy, a hug can cure
  2. 2. Timmy was very curious about the monster so he decided to hug the monster and when Timmy was close to the monster everybody looked at them very carefully and saw Timmy hugging the monster, nobody believed that a monster who destroys the city just because he was solitary and he just needed a simple hug...
  3. 3. Nowadays, Blu still destroys the city, but not because he is sad, but because every time he does this, Timmy hugs him and Blu feels happy and not alone anymore.
  4. 4. THE END Author: Stella Sampaio Editorial Supervisor: Teacher: Gerson A. Moura Illustrator: Andymcnally Publisher: www.storybird.com Date: II Semester - Summer 2014 A project from ‘Cilc’s Writing Club’: “Café Literário” CILC: Centro Interescolar de Línguas de Ceilândia

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