Timmy and the Wheel
P.J. Lawton, Jan 6, 2010 - 32 pages
On Timmy's first trip to the County Fair carnival he sees the magnificent Ferris wheel. Timmy is determined to have a ride the next time the carnival comes to town but his hopes are dashed when his wheel is replaced with an enormous double Ferris wheel. Timmy is hesitant to ride the giant and is branded Mister Chicken by his school mates. Determined not to be further humiliated, Timmy is reluctant to go to the fair again. But, once there he has a decision to make. To get rid of Mister Chicken once and for all he must take a ride.
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