Going, Going, Gone! with the Pain and the Great One (Pain & the Great One (Quality))

Going, Going, Gone! with the Pain and the Great One (Pain & the Great One (Quality))

Judy Blume

Language: English

Pages: 128

ISBN: 0440420946

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

THE PAIN AND the Great One are going places! In these new stories the kids are on the go—the Pain needs a trip to the emergency room; the family goes to the mall and not everyone stays together; the kids visit a county fair and want to ride the Super Slide; and a beach outing includes a boogie board. Lots more action and adventure for the dynamic duo who never stay still.

From the Hardcover edition.

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know about alligators? Just before supper we went out in the canoes again. I must have been hungry, because I was thinking about Miss Memory’s pineapple upside-down cake and wondering if I’d like it. I like cake and I like pineapple. But I’ve never tried them together upside down. Suddenly, I had a creepy feeling. It wasn’t just the quiet or the gray sky. I felt prickles on the back of my neck. I sat up straight, the way Fluzzy does when he knows something is going to happen. And then I saw

older than me. “I have to take my brother to the bathroom. Will you hold our place?” They looked at the Pain. He was shifting his weight from leg to leg. Then they looked at each other. One of them smiled and said, “Sure, we’ll hold your place for three tickets.” “Three tickets?” “That’s three tickets each,” the other one said. “Because there are two of you.” Then the first one said, “That’s six tickets, in case you can’t add.” “Hurry!” the Pain said to me. “Give me three tickets,” I told

water bottle. He took a long drink. “Do you know what it’s like in there?” “I’ve no idea,” Aunt Diana said. “Believe me,” Rick said. “You don’t want to know.” I pulled the Pain aside. “What was it like?” “It was an extravaganza!” He jumped up and down. “And you didn’t get sick?” I asked. “Why would I get sick?” Then Aunt Diana called, “Jake, come over here.” I followed him over to Aunt Diana. The baby clapped when he saw us. Aunt Diana said, “Jake … don’t you have something to say to

beach. Yesterday we drove there. I got carsick. I almost always get carsick if the ride takes more than an hour. Under an hour, I’m okay. The Great One doesn’t get it. She says, “That doesn’t make any sense.” “It makes sense to me,” I told her. “A person either gets carsick or he doesn’t,” she said. “Look at me—I don’t get carsick, which makes me a good traveler.” “Does not!” I shouted. “Does too!” she shouted back. “Mom, aren’t I a good traveler?” Mom was driving. Dad was snoozing in the

“You talked to me first,” she said. “I wasn’t talking to you,” I said. “I was talking to my sister.” “Fine,” she said. And she walked away. I thought the Great One was right behind me, with Dad. But when I looked around, I didn’t see them. Probably she and Dad were inside the store. So I went in too. It was crowded. I felt like I was swimming through an ocean of legs. Legs and shopping bags and raincoats and dripping umbrellas. I pushed my way through the store, but I couldn’t find Dad or the

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