At the Beach
By Trudieliezel Zollinger
Copyright 2012 By Trudieliezel Zollinger
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At The Beach
One day, Georgina Hathaway was walking along the beach with her father and mother. They were collecting seashells. “here’s one!’ she cried, and put it in her pail. Then she walked along and collected another. She had collected so many that her pail became very heavy. “It’s time to go home,” her mother said. “Okay,” said Georgina, and was about to go, when she saw out of the sand a point. “Oooooh,” she squealed. “Wait mommy,” she said, and went to see what the point was. It was a seashell. This seashell was dug into the sand, and Georgina had a hard time getting it out, but she did. “Oh, Georgina,” her mother said, “that will never fit into the pail.” But Georgina said, “I will carry it!” and she did. She walked along the beach, with this heavy and large seashell in her hands. The sand was hot, and the sun was steady, but Georgina and her parents walked into the car. When she was into the car, Georgina dropped the rest of the seashells and hung onto the seashell. When she got home, her mother helped her clean it. “If you put it to your ear you can hear the sea,” her mother said, and so Georgina did.