The Resource "Shouldn't you be in school?"
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- Should you not be in school?
- There was a town, and there was a librarian, and there was a fire. While I was in town I was hired to investigate this fire, and I thought the librarian could help me bring a villain to justice. I was almost 13 and I was wrong. I was wrong about all of it. I should have asked the question, "Why would someone destroy one building when they really wanted to destroy another?" Instead, I asked the wrong questions - four wrong questions, more or less. This is the account of the third
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