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Topsy-turvy land

Have you ever felt that you were the odd one out? Perhaps at school or with your friends? You knew something was wrong, but you went along with it all the same because you didn't want to be different? It's easy to be carried along like that, especially when there's a crowd. But just because a lot of people are doing something doesn't make it right.

One of my favorite stories as a child was called "Topsy-Turvy Land." The houses stood on their roofs, and people went up ladders to their front doors. They wore shoes on their heads and hats on their feet.

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