My name is Esteban Julio Ricardo Montoya de la Rosa Ramírez. I am 10 years old, and I live in the jungle with my family. I'm hungry, so I'll go find some bananas to eat. WHAT? There's only three!
Humans can no longer consume or distribute bananas. Strictly for monkeys only!
There's a truck full of bananas! I recognize that driver. The truck is going to the city! I can't believe the unlimited amount of bananas humans get. Humans have so many food options yet they still get all these bananas! I have an idea!
"Hey fam! Don't you guys think it's unfair how humans get all our bananas! I want to go to the city and make human consumption of bananas illegal! Make those selfish humans pay!". my family thinks this is a great idea. All of us write a bill together.
Here's our bill. A bill is proposed legislation (law) under consideration by a legislature. (the people who pass laws)
I am going to the city. Human consumption of bananas should be illegal!
The city is so busy! Now I need to figure out how to create a law...
There's some humans with humans with bananas. I am going to go tell him about my law! They have to support us monkeys!
"Hello there what's your name?" said the man "I am Esteban. My monkey friends and I want to make human banana consumption illegal."
"Why would you want that lil guy?" said the man "Bananas are our main food source and you humans have hundreds of options" "I never thought about it that way! You have my support little man! You have to go to the House of Commons to get your bill passed as a law!
After walking for hours I finally found the House of Commons. There's a lady sitting there waiting to greet people. "Welcome to the House of Commons! How can I help you?" she said. "I have a bill I want to turn into a law!"
"Okay first you need to print out your bill," she said " I already have!" I exclaimed "Great! You've already done your first reading of the bill! Now I will take it to the members for the second reading" she said "What's the second reading?"
"The second reading is when the members in the House of Commons debate if your bill has good in intentions or not." "Oh! Well, that should be easy. I am sure they will agree with me." I said "We'll see!" she said as she left.