Lauren, Eva, and Rachel continue their adventures in "a house all made of glass."
“Guess what?”, Mommy said as she hung up the phone. “Rachel’s coming to visit this weekend.”
“Oh Boy!”, said Lauren and Eva together. They looked at each other and knew they were both thinking about having another adventure together.
When she arrived, Rachel was all excited. “I saw a house all made of glass!”
“No,” said her mommy. “It just looked like it was all made of glass. It actually just had lots of windows.”
All three girls looked at each other and knew they were all wondering if there really was such a place.
That night, after all the grownups were asleep, Eva and Rachel snuck into Laurens’ room. As they jumped on her bed, Eva said, “Where is our adventure tonight?”
“Well,” said Lauren, “Why don’t we find out if there really is a house all made of glass?”
Both Eva and Rachel clapped their hands and giggled “Yes, Yes, Yes!”
Lauren pressed the button and said, “I want to go to a house all made of glass, please.”
Immediately the bed rose up and flew out the window into the night sky. It seemed they flew a very long time before the bed finally landed. And there right in front of them was a house all made of glass. They could see every room. They could see a little glass woman in the kitchen, baking. In the attic they saw a huge black spot.
“I wonder what that is?”, Lauren thought aloud. “Well, let’s start our adventure.”
She took the little girls by the hands, and they walked up to the big huge glass front door. She knocked on the door, and the lady they had seen in the kitchen, answered it.
“Welcome!”, she said, pleasantly.
They entered and were amazed. Everything was made of glass and it was so beautiful. They could look up and see in the upstairs rooms. Again, they saw the huge black spot and again Lauren wondered what it was.
They followed the woman into the kitchen. They could look into the glass refrigerator and could see all kinds of things in glass bottles. She offered the girls milk and cookies. But since the cookies were also made of glass, they politely declined.
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