Samoya and the Bear
Copyright © 2012 by Lisa Schwarz
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Once there was a little ten year old girl named Samoya. She lived in Connecticut with her mom and dad. Samoya was a very quick-witted and talented girl.
She liked to paint and draw and spend time with her friends riding her bike.
One day Samoya’s mom wasn’t feeling well and she stayed in bed all day.
Samoya being such a warm and compassionate child, wanted to help her mom by making her tea and toast.
When she came into her mother’s room, she was startled to find her mom looking pale and wan. She gingerly put the tray on her mom’s table, climbed into bed with her and asked, “Mommy, what’s wrong? You haven’t eaten a thing all day.”