Once upon a time, there was a kid who was 2 years old. The kid’s name was Sabina. And she carved a pumpkin with a special pumpkin carving knife. She called it a jack-o’-lantern.
She kept it outside for decoration in the front of her house. And then, in the morning, there was a squirrel eating her pumpkin.
She first got surprised. Then she started crying. Then she got so mad.
She looked at the squirrel and the squirrel looked at her.
Sabina said, “I didn’t want you to eat my pumpkin. Please don’t do it, Squirrel.”
And then she got a potato. And she carved it and made a jack-o’-potato.
She put it outside her house and said to the squirrel, “Please don’t eat this, either!””
Then she found an acorn. She made a jack-o’-acorn.
She told the squirrel, “You can eat this jack-o’-acorn!”
The squirrel ran to the jack-o’-acorn and started to eat it.
The squirrel said, “OK, I like this. Thank you. Bye.”