Harrison liked to hold his umbrella in the rain. He also held it in the sun.He found it very helpful in the snow. But most of all he loved to hold it open in the house.
In fact, Harrison was the only child on his block to hold an open umbrella in his hand all the time. How his friends admired him!
Then one rainy day, after the rain was over, all the children held umbrellas, and they, too, continued to hold the umbrellas open. They all found them useful in the sun, helpful in the snow, and loved them in the house.
Complications? Of course! But that's all part of the story.
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