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It was unfair to drag her from a Saturday-morning sleep. She had seven children to send to school every weekday morning. Yet she had to come to meet us, for her sake and because Alvin insisted. After a few casual words she returned home and Alvin went over to Judy. They started chatting and I looked, astonished, at the transformation. Alvin, wild in class, often brilliant but equally often scared and unresponsive, was perfectly charming and in control of the situation away from school. He seemed another, happier and more relaxed child.
The huns came into Germany, burning down the villages as they went. ’ They came, and Pathos, madder than ever, fought at the huns! Pathos fought the Huns as fierce as a lion! When Peri and his men saw this, they jumped from their hiding places and fought with Pathos. The Huns were driven away by the Barbarians! ’And they went out to war. They got all their shields and swords together then Peri-asked Pathos why didn’t he want a shield, then Pathos told him he would want to destroy Rome with his bear hands.
He ran down the stage and ran up to the boy and socked him in the jaw, then he used his getuar and whoped him over the head. After that he kicked him out side. Then he got the show over (his part). Soon the show over and the stars went home. Alvin wrote only through inspiration, which came too infrequently to prevent constant restlessness and selfdoubt. Sam had to copy a war story into one of the binders under his own name before he had courage to write something of his own. Michael and Maurice constantly conferred with each other as did Sonia and Anastasia.
36 Children (Innovations in Education) by Herbert Kohl