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1. Thomas' Second 1078th Story



1078.     Once upon a time, there was a Wonder Woman.  Wonder Woman was a superhero.  Wonder Woman had a shiny crown.  With a diamond in it.  Mommy wasn’t Wonder Woman.  Mommy didn’t have a shiny crown.  With a diamond in it.
The End.


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2. Thomas' Second 1077th Story



1077.     Once upon a time, there was a bus.  It was bus number 8.  It broke down.  It went Pfffffffsssssst.
The End.


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3. Thomas' Second 1076th Story



1076.     Once upon a time, there was an A.  An A makes two sounds.  It makes the sound like A for Apple.  And it makes the sound like A for Anchor.  An anchor is for a boat.  An anchor keeps a boat from getting away.  Thomas needs an anchor.  And Thomas needs a boat.  A little boat.  A little pirate boat.  Because Thomas is a pirate.  And he wants to sail away.  To get some apples.
The End.


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4. Thomas' Second 1075th Story




1075.     Once upon a time, there was a Thomas named Thomas.  He built a treehouse.  The treehouse was outside the house, and the treehouse was over the house.  The treehouse was garden treehouse.
A butterfly flew in the treehouse.  It was yellow like the sun, and like the dandy flowers.  The butterfly WAS a dandy flower.
The End.


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5. Thomas' Second 1074th Story




1074.     Once upon a time, there was an old wind.  And when the old wind blew, the spiders scattered to the sun.
The End.


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6. Thomas' Second 1072nd Story



1072.     Once upon a time, there was a Mr. Dragon.  He was a bubble dragon.  A green bubble dragon.  He blew in the bubbles.  And he flew in the bubbles.  He flew up, over his head.  He might still be flying.
The End.


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7. Thomas' Second 1073rd Story



1073.     Once upon a time, there was a rainbow.  Flowers were growing on the rainbow.  All-color flowers were growing on the rainbow.  And they were happy flowers.
The End.



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8. Thomas' Second 1071st Story




1071.     Once upon a time, it was very early.  And there was a lot of noise.  And lights.  And bad smells.  The guys were ruining our house with their thunder camper-truck.  And with their flashing Hallowe’en lights.  And with their skunk bad smells.  The moon was not happy.
The End.


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9. Book 357

My Little Color Book, by Bob Staake, Little Simon, 2001.

I bought this book at EXACTLY the same time and for EXACTLY the same reason I bought the numbers book and the opposites book -- to teach my five-year-old son how to use shapes to draw.  Oh, and because he LOVES Bob Staake.

The added bonus with this book is that colors are on his "word wall" in Kindergarten and he's been able to read the names of colors for well over three weeks (and he's only been in Kindergarten for five weeks).



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10. Book 356

The Dot and the Line, by Norton Juster, Chronicle Books 1963.

I loved this very nearly perfect book.  It was, of course, a story so it was about words and wordplay.  And it was about Art.  And it was most definitely about Mathematics, and perhaps as advertised about "lower Mathematics", but I would argue that Norton Juster elevated the Mathematics to a much higher level.




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11. Thomas' Second 1070th Story



1070.     Once upon a time, there was a cat named Chloe.  Chloe was hiding in the grass, like a tiger in a Chinese picture.  And Chloe was eating the grass, like it was fajitas and burritos.  She was eating the grass like she was a jaguar.  Chloe was a taguar.
The End.


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12. Thomas' Second 1069th Story



1069.     Once upon a time, there was a Thomas named Thomas.  He was coughing.  And his throat hurt.  It felt like there was a square stuck in his throat.  Again.
The End.


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13. Thomas' Second 1068th Story




1068.     Once upon a time, the library was singing.  The library was singing at Thomas’ school.
The End.


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14. Thomas' Second 1067th Story



1067.     Once upon a time, there was a Thomas named Thomas.  He was building a car.  It looked like a Model T car.  But it wasn’t a Model T car.  It was a car was fishing.  It was a fast car for catching fish.  A Model T isn’t a very fast car; it couldn’t catch a cheeseburger.
The End.


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15. Thomas' Second 1066th Story




1066.     Once upon a time, there was a Thomas named Thomas.  And there was a girl named Jenna.  Jenna was good at Hide-and-Seek.  Jenna was Thomas’ friend.
The End.


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16. Thomas' Second 1065th Story




1065.     Once upon a time, there was a kitten named Molly.  Molly Kitten was a statue.  But then Molly Kitten moved.  Molly Kitten wasn’t a very good statue.
The End.


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17. Thomas' Second 1064th Story



1064.     Once upon a time, there was a Thomas named Thomas.  He was coughing.  He coughed so hard that he coughed his head off.
The End.


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18. Thomas' Second 1063rd Story



1063.     Once upon a time, there was a Thomas named Thomas.  He was coughing.  He coughed in his juice.  And his juice turned into a volcano.
The End.


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19. Thomas' Second 1059th Story



1059.     Once upon a time, there was a Thomas named Thomas.  He was coloring, but then he stopped.  He couldn’t color anymore.  His green crayon rolled away.
“You are a funny Mr. Green,” said Thomas to his green crayon.
            The End.


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20. Thomas' Second 1058th Story



1058.     Once upon a time, there was a broken monkey.  He was sad and lonely.  And he needed new underwear.  And socks.
The End.



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21. Thomas' Second 1057th Story



1057.     Once upon a time, there was a ship.  It was a cloud ship.  And there was a captain.  She was a cloud captain.  And there was an island.  It was a cloud island.  The cloud captain sailed her cloud ship to the cloud island.  The island was like Cocoa Beach, but instead of seashells on the beach, there were marshmallows.  And instead of an ocean, there was a great big sky, where the stars hide during the day.
The End.



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22. Thomas' Second 1056th Story


1056.     Once upon a time, the toothbrush went haywire.  It made a big mess.  All over Thomas’ room.  It wasn’t Thomas’ fault; it was the toothbrush.
The End.


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23. Thomas' Second 1061st Story



1061.     Once upon a time, there was a man.  He was tall man, with glasses and a mustache.  And a hat.  The man was talking with his voice.
“Hello, Gorgeous,” said the man.  And he was talking to a book.  It was a new book.
The End.


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24. Thomas' Second 1062nd Story



1062.     Once upon a time, there was a Thomas named Thomas.  He had a cold.  But he had hot feet.
The End.


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25. Thomas' Second 1060th Story



1060.     Once upon a time, the water was like a ghost.  And the ghost was like the rain.
The End.


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