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By Bill Brittain

Newbery Honor

Andrew Glass, Illustrator

When a wierd little guy involves the Coven Tree Church Social promising he may give humans precisely what they ask for, 3 younger believers-in-magic every one make a want that comes real within the such a lot unforeseen manner.

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Indd 63 10/15/13 10:13 PM E r n e s t J. G a i n e s once in a while. I go to work in the field. Work like a dog. Cutting cane right and left—trying to make up lost time I spent at the house this morning. When I come home for dinner—hungry’s a dog—my wife, neither my boy, is there. No dinner—and I’m hungry’s a dog. I go in the front room and all their clothes gone. Lord, I almost go crazy. I don’t know what to do. I run out the house because I think she still mad at me and done gone down to her mama.

Yes, ma’am,” I say. ” she asks. I feel a big knot coming up in my throat and I feel like I’m go’n cry again. I’m scared Miss Hebert go’n whip me, that’s why I story to her. ” she says. I shake my head. ” “No, ma’am,” I say. “Mama didn’t have time to help me. Daddy wasn’t home. ” Miss Hebert asks. ” “Yes, ma’am,” I say. indd 43 10/15/13 10:13 PM E r n e s t J. G a i n e s Miss Hebert looks at me, and then she gets out a pencil and starts writing on a piece of paper. I look at her writing and I look at the clock and the strap.

They walking close together, and Juanita done put her head on Bill’s shoulder. I like to see Bill and Juanita like that. It makes me feel good. But I go in the yard and I don’t feel good any more. I know old Gran’mon go’n start her fussing. Lord in Heaven knows I get tired of all this fussing, day and night. Spot runs down the walk to meet me. I put my hand on his head and me and him go back to the gallery. I make him stay on the gallery, because Gran’mon don’t want him inside. I pull the door open and I see Gran’mon and Uncle Al sitting by the fire.

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