Stanley and Zero became as still as a statue when a lizard had crawled up on top of the suitcase...
Cars stopped. Stanley's personal lawyer, Ms. Morengo, stepped out of one.
Woo-hoo! Go, Clyde!
Stanley returned home. The suitcase had many certificates and files that belonged to the first Stanley Yelnats. Almost a year and a half later, his family held a small party. The reader might wonder what Stanley and his family did with the files. Well, the first Stanley Yelnats had signed many files which, in his age, cost $25,000, and other amounts.
Hmm Hmm Hmm...
The Super Bowl was on television, but nobody was really watching. Except for Stanley and Hector (Zero), everybody else at the party was an adult.
Everyone at the party clapped their hands as Clyde Livingston, a famous baseball player, appeared in an ad during the Super Bowl.
A woman sitting in a chair behind Hector was absent-mindedly fluffing his hair with her fingers. Very softly, she half sang, half hummed the song that her grandmother, Madame Zeroni, used to sing to her when she was a little girl.