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Alice continued to the pier, but there was no Fredrick with the foggy lifesavers or bogged boats.
Finally, she looked at the library, Fredrick’s favorite place in the whole world. There was no Fredrick behind the hazy statue, or behind the distorted bookshelves. But as she turned to go, she caught sight of something brown.
So she slid on her glasses, basked in the crystal clear world, and looked toward the perfectly apparent fountain. It was Fredrick! She raced over, pulling him into her chest. He licked her face, and she laughed.
And when they got home, Mom was already there, worried but relieved. She thought that Alice had run away because of the glasses. So Mom thought for a moment, and then decided she would share her idea.
“It might make money tight for a while, but I’ve been thinking… would you like to give contacts a try?” Alice wondered. She thought and thought, about the girls at school and about Fredrick. And then… Kansas. "To the stars through adversity."
And she shook her head. And Fredrick barked. And Mom laughed. And everything was okay.
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