When Stefani got home after her visit to the doctor, she went upstairs to put her PJ's on. Mrs. Germanotta gave Stefani her medicine and she fell asleep.
Sweet dreams, Stefani.
The next morning, Stefani woke up and felt much better. She ran down the stairs and called for her mother to tell her the good news.
Momma, hurry! Come here! I'm feeling much better!
While they were eating breakfast, Stefani and her mother talked about the bacteria that gave Stefani her illness. Mrs. Germanotta told Stefani that there are good bacteria and bad bacteria. The bad bacteria is what got Stefani sick.
You know honey, some bacteria are good for the body, but others can make people very sick.
Stefani thought about what her mother told her, and she came up with an idea.
Maybe I can teach my class about bacteria!
The next day, Stefani went to the front of the classroom and taught her classmates about bacteria and strep throat. She told them to always wash their hands and to stay away from sick people. The class loved her presentation.
I hope you never catch the bacteria that got me sick, because it was a bad bacteria. Some bacteria are very good!
After school, Stefani met with her friend Natali. Natali told Stefani about the time that she had strep throat. The two friends laughed about it together and agreed that streptococcus bacteria is not nice!
Hahaha, I agree! I do not like streptococcus bacteria at all!