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By Gertrude Chandler Warner

One morning Benny comes to a decision that he desires to be in company, similar to Grandfather Alden. Benny likes to consume, so he thinks that he'll like promoting meals. He will get correct to work—baking peanut butter cookies. yet quickly anything lousy happens—Watch eats all the batter! After that, Benny's problems simply worsen. Benny attempts repeatedly. He is familiar with that if he doesn't hand over, he'll locate the right company to enter.

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