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Tennis Ball tells Teardrop to calm down and that Woody breaks easily because he is balsa. Woody hits Rocky , chipping himself in the process. Woody screams in pain, while Eraser and Pen comment that Woody is not cool. Eraser says Pen, however, is cool, and Pen says that Eraser is cool too. Snowball 's hang glider hits the top of a mountain, and on his way down, he finds Rocky.

After a one-sided greeting, he throws him away, causing him to suddenly hit Tennis Ball, who frowns at Rocky. Rocky says hi to Tennis Ball, calling him his "good ol' friend".

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Meanwhile, Coiny and Firey fight on top of Spongy , who is leaking water. Golf Ball tells them to stop fighting, and for Spongy to take a bath because he's stinky, to which he apologizes. Eraser and Blocky discuss Golf Ball's bossiness, and Eraser calls her a "bossy-bot", or a robot who is built to be its bossiest. The Announcer then falls from the sky and tells Eraser about Dream Island.

Eraser says that he wants it, but the Announcer says that everyone else does too and decides to settle that with a contest.


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Everyone is placed on a wooden balance beam standing above water, and the Speaker informs that whoever stays on the beam the longest wins. Leafy and Pin promise to help each other. Blocky sits still in a pose, which Coiny notices and wonders what he's doing, telling him to wake up. Spongy falls first after slipping out of place. Leafy is saved by Pin right before reaching the water.

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Bubble decides to form an alliance along with Pencil and Match that will last throughout the entire series. Ice Cube , eager to secure her friendship with them, asks if she could join. As she runs toward them, she accidentally knocks Pen off of the beam, then bumps into Snowball and the rest of Pencil's alliance, also knocking them out. Before sinking into the water, Pencil rejected Ice Cube 's request. Coiny, having noticed that Blocky still isn't moving, and tells him to wake up again.


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  4. He shakes Blocky, accidentally causing him to fall off of the bridge, but Blocky swings around the beam and makes Coiny fall. Blocky starts to tell him to not mess with him, but he's too late. With six contestants still on the beam, Leafy and Pin try to push off Flower , while Blocky watches them fearfully. However, Flower notices them on time and kicks them into the air. Leafy and Pin, distracted by their "flying", end up crashing into the bridge, knocking off themselves and Teardrop.

    Leafy saves everyone by holding on to the bridge and one another. Leafy calls Blocky and Rocky for help. Leafy almost loses her grip on the bridge, but luckily, Blocky comes, only to step on her feet.

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    He realizes his mistake and pulls Leafy's arm, but it ends up with all of them hanging on the bridge. Leafy tells Teardrop to reach onto her other arm to conserve their weight so Blocky can pull them up easier. I may well buy a further part but nothing major to talk about so far. Laura Reed rated it it was amazing Nov 02, Giselle F rated it it was amazing Aug 15, Catherine rated it liked it Oct 17, Kathryn Phillips rated it it was amazing Sep 11, Michael Herrick rated it really liked it May 28, Jill Yates rated it liked it Jan 02, Helen rated it it was amazing Jul 30, Val Robson rated it liked it Sep 01, Catherine Watson rated it really liked it Jan 29, Lindsey rated it it was amazing Feb 12, Vivienne Walker rated it really liked it Jun 02, Mike rated it liked it May 01, Osahon rated it it was amazing Mar 29, Helene rated it it was amazing Jan 05, Paul Weeren rated it it was amazing May 28, Nicholas O'Brien rated it really liked it Mar 06, Wendy rated it it was amazing Jun 28, Sara Robertson rated it liked it Nov 21, Laura rated it liked it Jan 19, Avril rated it it was ok May 14, Joel rated it liked it Jul 09, Eiain rated it it was amazing Feb 04, Barbara Barton rated it liked it Dec 16, Janine Connick rated it liked it Jan 21, Jennifer Marks rated it it was ok Feb 26, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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    About Armistead Maupin. Armistead Maupin. Armistead Maupin was born in Washington, D. Maupin worked as a reporter for a newspaper in Charleston, South Carolina, before being assigned to the San Francisco bureau of the Associated Press in In 19 Armistead Maupin was born in Washington, D. Three miniseries starring Olympia Dukakis and Laura Linney were made from the first three Tales novels.

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