During America's Great Depression we tell a story of a young boy living in the big hungry world and how he feeds over 2 million people.
Grandson, we have no money. How are we going to eat and survive?
“I can assure you that it is safer to keep your money in a reopened bank than under the mattress.” – President Franklin Roosevelt in his first Fireside Chat, March 12, 1933
You know what I'm tired of starving and begging for food. Its tijme I use my magic crystal ball and wish to have all the food in the world. I promise to share it with everyone.
The year 1929, The Great Depression had just begain . Brian Sholerman lived with his 72 year old grandma and pet seal Fish.
I wish and wish with all my might that i may have the power to feed everyone and myself food to keep us alive.
Brian then later listened o the radio for a Fire side chat in regards to the banks and money . The man on the radio was Franklin D. Roosevelt, their presedent.
The next evening after a good nights sleep Brian thought about the people suffering. He thought about how hungry they all were
He ran and grabbed the crystal ball and began to make his wish 20 times.
He flew all across America and dropped food baskets for all the people
Everyone ate and sold the food. They went out and bouht houses and food. They began saving their money and fod in the home. A few put money in a bank when it was not on holiday.
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