Little Tommy Tucker
Poor Tommy was a little boy forced to live by his wits until a rich man invited him to sing for his supper in this tale that tells of the events that led up to the famous nursery rhyme, written by L. Frank Baum, the writer of The Wizard of Oz.
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Pizza pie patty is a tale that touches on the subject of stealing and the consequences that follow. Although a little less harsh than what may happen in a real life scenario, Perry Paxton most definitely learns his lesson the hard way.