Reading Comprehension - Literature: 'Peter's Chair'

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Peter has a new baby sister. First, his father paints Peter's old cradle pink, then his crib. Then his parents want to paint Peter's chair! “Let’s run away, Willie,” he says to his dog. And they do. This is a gentle and reassuring story about sibling rivalry.

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