Baby Bop Goes to School by Mark Bernthal

By Mark Bernthal

This paintings offers teenagers with an creation to existence in school. child Bop discovers institution to be a good, fun-filled adventure with many fascinating actions, like finger portray and feeding the college pets, in addition to a spot to make many new neighbors.

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Whereas the former, (our 19 B ENJAMIN F RANKLIN ’ S H UMOR most excellent Poet) gives his Reader a Sort of an Idea of the Death of Three Persons, viz. —a Wife, a Daughter, and a Sister, which is Three Times as great a Loss as the Death of One, and consequently must raise Three Times as much Grief and Compassion in the Reader. I should be very much straitned for Room, if I should attempt to discover even half the Excellencies of this Elegy which are obvious to me. Yet I cannot omit one Observation, which is, that the Author has (to his Honour) invented a new Species of Poetry, which wants a Name, and was never before known.

Husselcap, who often all day long leaves his Business for the rattling of Halfpence in a certain Alley: Mr. Finikin, who has seven different Suits of fine Cloaths, and wears a Change every Day, while his Wife and Children sit at home half naked; Mr Crownhim, who is always dreaming over the Chequer-board, and cares not how the World goes, so he gets the Game; Mr. T’otherpot the Tavern-haunter; Mr. Bookish, the everlasting Reader; Mr. Tweedledum, Mr. Toot-a-toot, and several others, who are mighty diligent at any thing besides their Business.

My Punctuality in this Way of Dealing gave such Encouragement, that it has procur’d me an incredible deal of Business, which without Diligence and good Method it would be impossible for me to go through. For besides the Stock of Defamation thus naturally flowing upon me, I practice an Art by which I can pump Scandal out of People that are the least enclin’d that way. Shall I discover my Secret? — If I have never heard Ill of some Person, I always impute it to defective Intelligence; for there are none without their Faults, no not 42 Paragraphs in Philadelphia one.

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