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The Opposite by Tom Macrae
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The Opposite

by Tom Macrae

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This is the story of a boy who wakes one morning to find an "Opposite" on his ceiling. Throughout the day, the Opposite gets the boy into all sorts of mischief, and each time the boy tries to point the Opposite out, the opposite happens and it disappears. Finally, the boy has a clever idea and states the opposite of what he really means, and the Opposite appears at last, and everyone knew the boy wasn't lying all along. ( )
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Nate wakes up one morning to find The Opposite standing on his bedroom ceiling, and it causes him trouble at home and at school, changing what Nate wants to do into its opposite, until Nate finds a way to outwit it.

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