Hi, I’m Madison. Well that’s what my mom and my teacher, Mr. Wrong (his real name is Mr. Wright), call me, but I prefer to be called Maddy. I’m 9 years old and I live in a small town in the United States with my annoying older sister Zoey, my dog Rupert, and my parents. I go to school nearby. Over the years I have learnt a lot about life and how to handle things at home and at school.
In this collection of 5 more short stories (also available individually) you get:
Maddy’s Guide to Life: Elevator Farts
This funny short story is about the day that Joey came to school after having eaten too many beans the day before. Not only did we all want gas masks to cope with the smell, but it got worse when someone got trapped in an elevator with him. Boy, was that a day to remember!
Maddy’s Guide to Life: Halloween
In this funny story, Zoey had some hungry friends over for Halloween. I had my friend Michael, and his pet frog, over. I guess you could say that the evening didn’t turn out quite how Zoey expected…but Michael and I did end up with lots of candy. Read the story to find out what happened.
Maddy’s Guide to Life: Boogers
In this funny story, Amanda (you know, the so called ‘coolest’ girl) made a big mistake. She thought the green stuff on Mr. Wrong’s sushi was Joey’s booger. I don’t want to give the whole story away, but what I can tell you is that this led to complete chaos in the classroom. It was pretty funny.
Maddy’s Guide to Life: Bullying
Joey’s the really annoying kid in our class who farts and plays pranks on everyone. Do you know the type? Well, one day Joey got bullied by some mean big kids. This story shows how by sticking up for each other we can overcome the bullies.
Maddy’s Guide to Life: Divorce
I’ve told you about Amanda before. You know, she’s the girl who thinks she’s really cool and who isn’t that nice to most of the rest of us in the class. One day Amanda got told that her parents were getting a divorce. She wasn’t like the old Amanda after that as she blamed herself and felt really angry. I was so glad that we were able to help her get through the bad feelings. That day we all found strengths we didn’t know we had.