The Big Fib by Tim Hamilton
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One day Miss Finn got rid of a lot of boxes.
We took some boxes and made a train.
Then we played a train game.
We went far, far, far.
We took two more boxes and made race cars.
Then we played a race car game.
We went fast, fast, fast.
We took more and made a jet.
We went up, up, up.
Miss Finn came out.
“Who made the mess?”she said.
“The wind,”I said.
But that was a big fib.
“The wind?” said Miss Finn.
My big fib got bigger.
“It was a big wind,”I said.
Miss finn picked up the boxes.
She was slow, slow, slow.
“We will pick up the boxes,”I said.
“The wind didn’t make the mess. We did.”
“I’m glad you told the truth,”said Miss Finn.
Then she gave us milk and cookies.
“Let’s play a game,” said Miss Finn.
“I am queen. You are my knights.
And we are friends.”
“You don’t have to play that we are friends,” I said.
“That is real.”
1. What is one thing the boy did not make out of the boxes?
Car, barn, train, and jet.
2. What is a fib?
The truth, a type of fruit, a lie.
3. What did the boy lie about?
Who made the mess? Not doing his homework? How old he was? Or Who owned the boxes?
Who made the mess.
4. What did Miss Finn give the boy for telling the truth?
Milk and cookies, more boxes, a swing set, or a camera?
Milk and cookies.
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