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Georges' science teacher tells his class to write about a tasteful memory, and Georges' friend Bob tells him about mistakes in English. Georges thinks of writing about a bittersweet memory but then stops, but he thinks that Bob's English correction is dumb.
Why does "dumb" need a "b"?
At lunch, Gets one of his old friends. Then, after school, George goes to his other friend, Safer's, house, who is watching parrots. Georges is training how to be a spy with Safer, and he introduces Georges to a new piece of equipment. Then, Georges meets Safer's older brother Pigeon, stays for dinner at Safer's house, and then leaves.
What are you doing, Safer?
Looking at the birds.
The next day at school, Bob tells Georges about a few new English letters that Ben Franklin wanted to add to the alphabet. Then a bully named Dallas picks on Georges, but he simply ignores. Then, on the way home Safer calls Georges and tells him to immediately come to his house. Safer shows Georges how the parrots' nest that he'd been watching seemed like it had been raided, and he asked Georges to check it out. Georges finds that the birds have moved out, and to perk Safer up again, Georges asks Safer if he wanted to do some spying.
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