Errata

bad should read bed
ill-starved should read ill-starred
Insert the word dropped before on his head
doling out kisses should read dealing the cards
Insert as line 12
And the game when it ended
Insert at the end of line 13
confounded
blood should read blotto
high noon should read forever
kissed should read clobbered
frost should read fever
Insert an ellipsis after remember
Insert the words that was after whoever

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Julie Larios lives in Seattle. Her third children's book, Yellow Elephant, will be published next year.

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