My Mama, Brittany, got Larry for me on my tenth birthday. I’ve had Larry for two years now, and I love him so much even when he annoys me. I would get so mad at him that I would yell, “ Mama, Mama, I'm mad at my llama!”
The man was sad, lonely and looked dreadful. He was crying when I went up to him, and I asked him what was wrong. The man said that Larry the llama had come up to him and started to annoy him so much. The man got mad and yelled at Larry. So Larry the llama stepped on his toes.
I told the man that I was sorry that Larry, the llama, had stepped on his toes, and I yelled, “Mama, Mama, I'm mad at my llama!” Mama told me that it would be time to go because we still need to find my llama and it will be getting dark soon. So I told the man good-bye, and we left to find Larry the llama.
Meanwhile, Larry the llama was all alone, and he was a little scared. So he went back home, and he was very sad. Larry the llama was thinking to himself, “It was really mean to just leave and run away when Tiffany and Brittany were mad at me.” When Larry the llama got back home, he cleaned up the house, and he made dinner for Brittany and Tiffany.
“I am so sorry for leaving. I love you both so much!”
I told Mama that it was time to go home and stop looking for Larry the llama tonight. It was getting too dark, and she was getting very tired. So Mama and I went back home, and when we walked inside, we were surprised that Larry the llama was home! Larry the llama had made dinner for us, and there was a big sign hanging from the ceiling. The sign read: “I am so sorry for leaving. I love you both so much!”
Mama and I were very happy and relieved that Larry the llama was home. We ate the dinner that Larry the llama had made for us. We talked about our feelings. I never got mad at Larry the llama again, and he never annoyed me ever again. Mama, Larry the llama and I lived together as a happy family. THE END
Ryan Glasser is a sophomore at the Lawrence Career and Technical Center. He is enrolled in the masonry program and is from the Laurel area school District. I would like to dedicate this book to my two friends Brittany and Tiffany. They both encouraged me to write this book.