The Story of Bixie and Tiki
Bixie grabbed the torn book from her bedroom and ran back downstairs. She ran into the kitchen and threw the torn book and torn picture onto the kitchen floor for her Ma-turtle and Pa-turtle to see.
Ma-turtle saw how upset Bixie was and she promised to get Bixie a brand new “Turtle Fairies” book.
But Bixie said she loved her OWN book best, and not a new one. She didn’t want a new book!
So, Ma-turtle told Bixie that she would tape the torn page back where it belonged. And that the book would almost be “good as new”. But Bixie still was very, very upset and started crying.
“Why did you ruin my favorite book?” Bixie yelled at Tiki while crying.
Bixie began crying into her hands. Tiki watched this and copied her. Tiki pretended to cry into her own hands too. But Tiki had a little smile on her face while pretending to cry.
Every time Bixie opened her eyes while crying, she saw the torn page on the floor.
Then Bixie threw her head back, still crying loudly.
And Tiki copied her. Tiki threw her own head back and pretended to be upset too.
Bixie started yelling “Wa-a-ah” while she cried, and then Tiki copied and started yelling “Wa-a-ah” too!
This happened again and again while Ma-turtle and Pa-turtle watched.
Everything that Bixie did, Tiki copied.
Bixie was very sad, but Tiki was copying and being such a little rascal!
Even though Pa-turtle knew that Bixie was very upset, seeing little Tiki be such a rascal and copy her this way was funny. He didn’t want to laugh in front of Bixie, so he hid behind his newspaper, laughing to himself.
And Ma-turtle didn’t want to laugh either, but Tiki’s bad behavior was too funny not to laugh. Ma-turtle turned around and pretended to do something with the microwave, so Bixie couldn’t see that Ma-turtle was trying not to smile.
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