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Written by Edgar Valentine Smith





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'What are you doing here?' Mary Shane asked.

'I, I climbed over the fence, ma'am,' Salina Joe said. “I won't stay here long. I just want to learn what are in the books you have here, then I'll leave.'

'I'm afraid you can't stay here,' said Mary Shane.

Salina Joe's heart broke. She put her arms around the teacher's shoulders. 'Oh, please ma'am,' she cried. 'Please let me stay. I don't want to go back home. I don't want to be like all the other Hutshels for the rest of my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different.'

'Come with me, child,' Mary Shane said. 'We'll go see the director Mr. Welborn.' They went straight into his office without stopping to knock at the door.

'Jim Welborn,' Mary Shane said, ' I want you to listen to this girl's story.' She turned and left the office.

Mary Shane sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time, she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director's office. Finally, she heard footsteps hurrying to her classroom. Then Salina Joe stood in the doorway. The woman didn't have to ask any questions. The girl's pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everything. Mary Shane turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again, 'For this child that comes of her own free will to be changed, for this one child who wants to be made different, I thank you God.'

You have just heard the story called 'Prelude'. It was written by Edgar Valentine Smith and adapted for Special English by Dona de Sanctis. 'Prelude' was first published in Harper's Magazine in 1923. Your storyteller was Kay Gallant. For VOA Special English, this is Ray Freeman.
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"What are you doing here?" Mary Shane asked. "I ... I climbed over the fence, madam," Salina Joe said. “I won’t stay here long. I just want to learn what are in the books you have here, then I'll leave."

"I’m afraid you can't stay here," said Mary Shane. Salina Joe’s heart broke. She put her arms around the teacher's shoulders. "Oh, please madam..." she cried. "Please let me stay. I don't want to go back home. I don't want to be like all the other Hutshels for the rest of my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different."

"Come with me, child," Mary Shane said, "We'll go see the director, Mr. Wellborn." They went straight into his office without stopping to knock at the door.

"Jim Wellborn," Mary Shane said, " I want you to listen to this girl's story." She turned and left the office.

Mary Shane sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time, she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director’s office. Finally, she heard footsteps hurrying to her classroom. Then Salina Joe stood in the doorway. The woman didn't have to ask any questions. The girl's pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everything. Mary Shane turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again, "For this child that comes of her own free will to be changed, for this one child who wants to be made different, I thank you God."

You have just heard the story called prerude.It was written by Edgar Valentine Smith and adapted for special english by Donet Sensis .Prerude was first published in hargest magazine in1923.Your story teller was cageled for voa special english.
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“What are you doing here?” Mary Shee asked.
“I, I climbed over the fence, Mam.” Serlena Joe said. “I won’t stay here long. I just want to learn what’s in the books you have here. Then I’ll leave.”
“I’m afraid you can’t stay here.” said Mary Shee. Serlena Joe’s heart broke. She put her arms around the teacher’s shoulders.
“Oh, please, Mam.” She cried. “Please let me stay. I don’t want to go back home. I don’t want to be like all the other harstles for the rest of my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different.”
“Come with me, child.” Mary Shee said, “We’ll go to see the director, Mr. Wellborn.” They went straight into his office without stopping to knock at the door.
“Jim Wellborn,” Mary Shee said, “I want you to listen to this girl’s story.” She turned and left the office.
Mary Shee sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time, she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director’s office.
Finally, she heard footsteps hurrying to her classroom. Then Serlena Joe stood in the doorway. The woman didn’t have to ask any questions. The girl’s pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everything. Mary Shee turned and went to the classroom window.
Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again, “For this child that comes her own freewill to be changed, for this one child who wants to be made different. I thank you, God.”
You have just heard the story called “Preclude”. It was written by Edger Valentine Simth and adapted for Special English by Donald de Thanctis. Preclude was first published in Hafers Magazine in 1923. Your storyteller was Ken Clant. For VOA special English, this is Ray Frayman.
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“What are you doing here?” Mary Shame asked.

“I, I climb over the fence, Madam.” Salina Joe said. “I won’t stay here long, I just want learn what in the books you have here, then I leave.”

“I am afraid you can’t stay here.” Said Mary Shame. Salina Joe’s heart broke, she put arms around the teacher’s shoulders.

“Oh, please, Madam!” she cried, “please let me stay. I don’t want back home, I don’t want be like all the other Hutshels for the rest of my life. I want be changed, I want be made different.”

“Come with me, child.” Mary Shame said. “We will to see the director, Mr. Welbon.”

They went straight into its office without stopping to knock at the door.

“Jame Welbon. I want you listen to this girl’s story.” She turned and left the office. Mary Shame sat in her classroom for an hour. From the time to time she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director’s office. Finally, she heard foot steps hurry to her classroom. Then Salina Joe stood in the door way. The woman didn’t have to ask any questions. The girl’s link cheeks and happy eyes said everything.

Mary Shame turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again: “For this child that comes her own freewill to be changed. For this one child who wants to be made different. I thank you, God.”

You have just heard the story called “Prelude”. It was written by Edgar Valentine Smith and adapted for special English by Dona Sanksis. “Prelude” was first published in Harfers Magazine in 1923. Your story teller was King Galands. For VOA Special English this Ray Frayman.
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“what are you doing here?”Mary Shall asked. “I ,I climbed over the fence,man. ”Salina Joe said,“I won’t stay here long. I just want to learn what are they had learnt on the books here. Then, I’ll leave. ” “I am afraid you can’t stay here.” Said Mary Shall. Salina Joe’s heart broke. She put her arms around the teacher’s shoulders. “oh, please,man,”she cried. “please let me stay. I don’t want to go back home. I don’t want to like all the other Hutshels all my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different. ”

“come with me, child.”Mary Shall said,“we’ll go and see the director Mr Wellborn” they went straight into his office without stopping to knob at the door. “Jim Wellborn,”Mary Shall said. “I want you to listen to this girl’s story.”she turned and left the office.

Mary Shall sat in the classroom for an hour. From time to time she looked out the door into the hor that went from her classroom to the director’s office.

Finally,she heard foot steps hurrying to her classroom. Then, Salina Joe stood in the door way. The woman didn’t have to ask any questions. The girl’s big cheers and her happy eyes said everything. Mary Shall turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice came saying over and over again. For this child that comes of her own free will to be changed. For this one child who wants to be made different. “I thank you god.”

You have just heard the story called “Prelude”. It was written by Angel Valentine Smith and adapted for Special English by * centre . Prelude was first published by harbour magazine in 1923. The story teller was Kay Gallant for Special English. This is Ray Freeland.
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“What are you doing here?” Mary Shane asked.
“I climbed over the fence, Mam”, Salina Joe said. “I won’t stay here long. I just want to learn what’s in the books you have here, then I’ll leave.”
“I’m afraid you can’t stay here,” said Mary Shane.
Salina Joe’s heart broke. She put her arms around the teacher’s shoulders, “Oh, please Mam.” She cried, “please let me stay. I don’t want to go back home. I don’t want to be like all the other Hustles for the rest of my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different.”
“Come with me, child.” Mary Shane said, “we’ll go see the director Mr. Wellborn”.

They went straight into his office without stopping to knock at the door.
“Jim Wellborn,” Mary Shane said, “I want you to listen to this girl’s story.” She turned and left the office.

Mary Shane sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director’s office. Finally she heard footsteps hurrying to her classroom. Then Salina Joe stood in the doorway. The woman didn’t have to ask any questions. The girls pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everything. Mary Shane turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself a small voice kept saying over and over again, “For this child that comes of her own free will to be changed, for this one child who wants to be made different, I thank you, God.”

You have just heard the story called “Prelude”. It was written by Edgar Valentine Smith and adapted for Special English by Donna de Sectors. Prelude was first published in the Harpers Magazine in 1923. Your storyteller was Kate Glad. For VOA Special English this is Ray Freeman,


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‘What are you doing here?” Mary Shame asked.

“I, I climb over the fence, Madam.” Salina Joe said. “I won’t stay here long, I just want learn what in the books you have here, then I'll leave.”

“I am afraid you can’t stay here.” Said Mary Shame. Salina Joe’s heart broke, she put her arms around the teacher’s shoulders.

“Oh, please, Madam!” she cried, “please let me stay. I don’t want to go back home, I don’t want be like all the other Hutshels for the rest of my life. I want be changed, I want be made different.”

“Come with me, child.” Mary Shame said. “We will go see the director, Mr. Welbon.”

They went straight into his office without stopping to knock at the door.

“Jame Welbon. " Mary Shame said. "I want you to listen to this girl’s story.” She turned and left the office. Mary Shame sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director’s office. Finally, she heard foot steps hurring to her classroom. Then Salina Joe stood in the door way. The woman didn’t have to ask any questions. The girl’s pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everything.

Mary Shame turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again: “For this child that comes of her own freewill to be changed. For this one child who wants to be made different. I thank you, God.”

You have just heard the story called “Prelude”. It was written by Edgar Valentine Smith and adapted for special English by Dona Sanksis. “Prelude” was first published in Harfers Magazine in 1923. Your story teller was King Galands. For VOA Special English this Ray Frayman.
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"What are you doing here?" Mary Shane asked. "I ... I climbed over the fence, madam," Silina Joe said. “I won’t stay here a long. I just want to learn what are in the books you have here, then I'll leave." "I’m afraid you can't stay here," said Mary Shane. Silina Joe’s heart broke. She put her arms around the teacher's shoulders. "Oh, please madam..." she cried. "Please let me stay. I don't want to go back home. I don't want to be like all the other // for the rest of my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different." "Come with me, child," Mary Shane said, "We'll go see the director, Mr. Wellborn." They went straight into his office without stopping to knock at the door. "Jim Wellborn," Mary Shane said, " I want you to listen to this girl's story." She turned and left the office. Mary Shane sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time, she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director’s office. Finally, she heard footsteps hurrying to her classroom. Then Silina Joe stood in the doorway. The woman didn't have to ask any questions. The girl's pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everything. Mary Shane turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again, "For this child that comes of her own free will to be changed, for this one child who wants to be made different, I thank you God." biggrin.gif
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"What are you doing here?" Mary Shane asked.

"I, I climbed over the fence, ma'am," Salina Joe said. “I won't stay here long. I just want to learn what are in the books you have here, then I'll leave."

"I'm afraid you can't stay here," said Mary Shane.

Salina Joe's heart broke. She put her arms around the teacher's shoulders. "Oh, please ma'am," she cried. "Please let me stay. I don't want to go back home. I don't want to be like all the other Hutshels for the rest of my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different."

"Come with me, child," Mary Shane said. "We'll go see the director Mr. Wellborn." They went straight into his office without stopping to knock at the door.

"Jim Wellborn," Mary Shane said, " I want you to listen to this girl's story." She turned and left the office.

Mary Shane sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time, she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director's office. Finally, she heard footsteps hurrying to her classroom. Then Salina Joe stood in the doorway. The woman didn't have to ask any questions. The girl's pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everything. Mary Shane turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again, "For this child that comes of her own free will to be changed, for this one child who wants to be made different, I thank you God."

You have just heard the story called "Prelude".It was written by Edgar Valentine Smith and adapted for Special English by Dona de Sanctis. "Prelude" was first published in Harper's Magazine in 1923. Your storyteller was Kay Gallant. For VOA Special English, this is Ray Freeman.
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"What are you doing here?" M asked. "I ... I climbed over the fence, madam," Salina Joe said. “I won’t stay here long. I just want to learn what are in the books you have here, then I'll leave."

"I’m afraid you can't stay here," said M. S’s heart broke. She put her arms around the teacher's shoulders. "Oh, please madam..." she cried. "Please let me stay. I don't want to go back home. I don't want to be like all the other <> for the rest of my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different."

"Come with me, child," M said, "We'll go see the director, Mr. Wellborn." They went straight into his office without stopping to knock at the door.

"Jim W" M said, " I want you to listen to this girl's story." She turned and left the office.

M sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time, she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director’s office. Finally, she heard footsteps hurrying to her classroom. Then S stood in the doorway. The woman didn't have to ask any questions. The girl's pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everything. M turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again, "For this child that comes of her own free will to be changed, for this one child who wants to be made different, I thank you God."
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"What are you doing here?" Mary Shane asked.
"I, I climbed over the fence, ma'am," Salina Joe said. “I won't stay here long. I just want to learn what are in the books you have here, then I'll leave."
"I'm afraid you can't stay here," said Mary Shane.
Salina Joe's heart broke. She put her arms around the teacher's shoulders. "Oh, please ma'am," she cried. "Please let me stay. I don't want to go back home. I don't want to be like all the other Hutshels for the rest of my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different."
"Come with me, child," Mary Shane said. "We'll go see the director Mr. Welborn." They went straight into his office without stopping to knock at the door.
"Jim Welborn," Mary Shane said, " I want you to listen to this girl's story." She turned and left the office.

Mary Shane sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time, she looked out the door into the hall that went from her classroom to the director's office. Finally, she heard footsteps hurrying to her classroom. Then Salina Joe stood in the doorway. The woman didn't have to ask any questions. The girl's pink * and her happy eyes said everything.

Mary Shane turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again, "For this child that comes of her own free will to be changed, for this one child who wants to be made different, I thank you God."

You have just heard the story called "Prelude". It was written by Edgar Valentine Smith and adapted for Special English by Dona de Sanctis. "Prelude" was first published in Harper's Magazine in 1923. Your storyteller was Kay Gallant. For VOA Special English, this is Ray Freeman.



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"What are you doing here ?" Mary shane asked.
"I,I climbed over the fence ,ma'am",Salina Joe said,"I won't stay here
long .I just want to learn what are in the books you have here ,then I'll leave ."
"I am afraid you can't stay here ",said Mary shane.
Salina Joe's heard broke .She put her arms around the teacher's shoulders.
"Oh, please,ma'am ."she cried."please let me stay ,I don't want to go back

home, I don't want to be like all the other Hustles for the rest of my

life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different. "
"Come with me, child ,"Mary shane said" we'll see the dirtector
Mr.Wellborn"
They went straight into the office without stoping to knock at the door,
"Jim Wellborn," Mary shane said," I want you to listen this girl's stroy ",
she turned and left the office.
Mary shane sat in her classroom for an hour,from time to time, she looked

out the door into the hall that one from her classroom to the dirtector's

office. Finally ,she heard footstetps hurring to her classroom. Then salina

Joe stood in the doorway. The woman didn't have to ask any questions . The

girls pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everthing .Mary Shane turned and

went to the classroom window . Deep inside herself a small voice kept

saying over and over again . "For this child that comes of her own freewill

to be changed, for this one child who want to be made different . I thank

you God. you have just heard the story called" Prelude" , it was wittten by

Edgar Valentine Smith and adapted for special english by Donky <> ,"prelude " was first published in the Havard magazine in 1923. the story teller was Key Glat. for voa special English ,This is Ray Freeman.
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"What are you doing here?" MARRY SHANE asked.

"I,I climbed over the fence", SALINA JOE said, "I won't stay here long. I just want to learn what in the books you have here, then I'll leave."

"I'm afraid you can't stay here." said MARRY SHANE.

SALINA JOE's heart broke. She put her army around the teacher's shoulders, "Oh, please ma’am" she cried, "please let me stay. I don't want to get back home. I don't want to be like all the other hutshels for the rest of my life. I want to be changed. I want to be made different."

"Come with me, child." MARRY SHANE said. "We will go see the director, Mr WB" They went straight into his office, without stopping to knock at the door.

"JW", MARRY SHANE said, "I want you to listen to this girl’s story". She turned and left the office.

MARRY SHANE sat in her classroom for an hour. From time to time she look out the door into the hall, that went from her classroom to the director's office. Finally she heard footsteps hurrying to her classroom. Then SALINA JOE stood in the doorway. The woman didn't ask any questions. The girl's pink cheeks and her happy eyes said everything. MARRY SHANE turned and went to the classroom window. Deep inside herself, a small voice kept saying over and over again, "For this child that comes of her own free will to be changed, for this one child who wants to be made different, I thank you God.

You have just heard the story called "Prelude". It was written by EV Smith and adapted for special English by Donald. "Prelude" was first published in H's magazine in 1923. Your storyteller was K. For VOA Special English, this is Ray F.
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