By Lauryn Silverhardt
Come and play on the seashore with Dora and Boots!
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Ivy put on the Santa hat. Hunks of beard fell off in her mouth. ” “Nah,” said Bean. “We’re going to be really quiet. ” asked Ivy, pulling Santa hair out of her mouth. “Just to be on the safe side,” said Bean. indd 40 4/27/12 4:14 PM Wolf eyes are not in the same place as people eyes, Bean realized. After she smacked into a tree for the second time, Bean decided to take the mask off until she got to the Youth Center. Santa didn’t have a problem seeing. Santa had a problem breathing. With every breath, big puffs of beard flew into Ivy’s throat and made her cough.
On the not-so-flat field, kids clustered around a picnic table, doing something with paper bags. A bunch more kids were having a tug-of-war with some teenagers. indd 35 4/27/12 4:14 PM sat in the grass, listening to a man talk about Indians. Over in the playground, babies were falling down and sliding and screaming. Nobody paid any attention as Bean and Ivy walked over to the side of the park where the trees were. They flung the two-curtain-wide cloth over a tree branch and carefully spread out the edges that touched the ground.
Bean looked at the knotters again. It was real camp. In real camp, they made friendship bracelets. “Yeah,” Bean whispered. Ivy nodded. ” Unfortunately, nodding let loose a big fluff of beard. And very unfortunately, Ivy breathed it in and began coughing. indd 45 4/27/12 4:14 PM a choking Santa peeking in the window. And then, really quite unfortunately, they screamed, “OMG! OMG! ” and Nancy looked up. But fortunately, Ivy and Bean were long gone by that time. By that time, they were racing wildly through the trees, zip zip zip, tearing off the wolf mask and the Santa hat and beard.
A Day at the Beach (Dora the Explorer) by Lauryn Silverhardt