This book is dedicated to the hero teachers who protect and love their students.
I'd especially like to thank that teacher who saved me the day my pants fell down.
It was a warm, sunny day at Lincoln Elementary School. The sweetness of summer would arrive in just two days. So, in celebration of end of school and the arrival of summer, our school had planned their annual tug-of-war contest.
We have this in the bag!
Every year, the fourth graders and fifth graders teamed up against the soon- to-be middle schoolers or the sixth grade class. I was in fourth grade, and with double the students, I thought that we had this contest in the bag.
These are sixth grade students! Can we get some proof?
"You munchkins are going to suffer!"
However, as the sixth grade army came onto the field, my stomach squirmed. I couldn't help but notice their exceedingly large size and protruding muscles. These "kids" had doubled in size since the beginning of the year. They were like monsters!
"It's time to lose!"
"We're going to drag you to victory!"
"These are sixth graders?"
"Are these sixth graders? They look more like teachers!" I whispered to my friend. They stood heckling us like Goliath and his men.