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From Jeff Brown’s Flat Stanley:
Stanley told his parents how he felt. “It’s the other kids I mostly mind,” he said. “They don’t like me anymore because I’m different. Flat.”
“Shame on them,” Mrs. Lambchop said. “It is wrong to dislike people for their shapes. Or their religion, for that matter, or the color of their skin.”
“I know,” Stanley said. “Only maybe it’s impossible for everybody to like everybody.”
“Perhaps,” said Mrs. Lambchop. “But they can try.”
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