A Legal Disclaimer for a Fictional Story: This is a work of fiction and cannot be presented as fact. Unless otherwise indicated, all the names, characters, businesses, places, events, and incidents in this book are either the product of the author's imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual people, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.
While Mom was preparing dinner, she asked Doris to read Little Amy a bedtime story while she was in the kitchen. Doris was very happy and content because she had just recently learned to read.
After that, she got in touch with Amy, and the two of them departed together. The two women eventually made their way back to the kitchen, although in stages. Doris was complaining to her mother about how Amy wouldn't sit still and let her read.
Amy said, "Mamma, I don't like that tale!" in answer to the question." This caused her mother to ask, "What's going on here?" and then she turned to Doris and said, "Were you able to comprehend everything?"
Although Doris said, "Oh, yes," Mamma was skeptical about whether or not what she stated was accurate. It had been suggested that it be read out loud so that Amy and I could both hear what was being said. Once again, Doris opened the book to the appropriate page and immediately began reading aloud at an accelerated pace. The following is what she discovered in her research:
The red fox inquired of the tiny red hen, "Tail rabbit ears, where are you going, little buttonhook ears?" The hen responded, "Tail rabbit ears, that's for you to find out, tail sir, baseball bat ears."
She then instructed Doris, "Let me see the book," and once she finished reading the story, she burst out laughing so hard that both Doris and Amy joined in. You may ignore them, honey; they're just there to make reading easier." "Oh, Doris, you were reading the commas and quotation marks and other things right along with the story! "
Amy, here's what it says: "The red fox asked the small red hen," "Where are you going?" The hen answered, "That's for you to find out, sir!" Doris questioned whether or not the speaker read the articles. "Now that's a lovely yarn, Doris." "Amy mumbled something as she sat down to pay attention.