Monthly Archives: November 2015

Lying to educators #8 — Gingerzilla

The city is crowded. Too crowded for her. She kicks a building and watches it crunch, its roof flying. Her toe catches a bus, it falls to its side and catches fire. Ginger treads slowly, slowly; leaving a field of … Continue reading

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Lying to educators #7

CinderGinger: CinderGinger is made to work every night at home by her evil mother and older sister. Daily she drudges, scrubbing toilets and doing the laundry, making bonbons we sit on the couch and eat with our pinkies in the … Continue reading

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Lying to educators #6

As a part of super hero practice, Ginger is providing security for well know rock star Natalie “Red” Williams after school today. She’ll be escorting her to our house on foot and patrolling the grounds until she can be safely … Continue reading

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Lying to educators #5

If you give a kid some candy, she’ll probably want to put some in her lunch box and if you let her put some in her lunchbox, she’ll probably eat it all instead of her sensible lunch when she gets … Continue reading

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Lying to educators #4

Ginger was a simple girl, who never had quite enough to eat until one day she traded her empty lunchbox for a bag of magic beans. Planting the beans led her to climb to a magical world where bags of … Continue reading

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