Tails to Tell

“It’s a flyswatter-lightbulbcupcake creature!” squealed Ana, waving a colorful piece of paper.

Her brother Reed unfolded his paper. “This one’s a . . . let’s see . . . a poison dart–marshmallow–heart beast!”

Leigha laughed. “Look at this one! I’ll name it whale tail–phone–flower monster!”

Leigha’s mom came into the room. “You’re doing art?” she asked.

“No, Aunt Jessica. We’re playing Heads, Bodies, and Tails,” Ana said.

“Oh, how do you play that?” she asked.

“You each

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