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[Of Special Interest to Children]

Marsha was in the sixth grade at school. One night as she was preparing for bed, she discovered that she had a loose tooth. It was one of her baby teeth, and Marsha knew that when it came out, it would be replaced by a new one. However, when she awoke in the morning, Marsha was distressed to find that the tooth was painful to touch. She could hardly eat her breakfast.

This was the day Marsha was to play in a tetherball tournament at school, and she was very proud to have been picked as one of the two contestants. But now it seemed to her that she would not be able to go to school, and she began to cry as she sat at the kitchen table. "I don't want to go to school. I won't be able to eat my lunch," she said to her mother.

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