Edward lived in a poor village. He would often get laughed at and hit with rocks. He would have to suffer through the winter and the rain and storms that would happen. So one day he decided to move to another village to see if he belonged there so he could treated more nice in that village. He knew that there were more opportunities for jobs in the new village. As you can there were a lot of reasons why he wanted to move to a new village.
Since he did not have a home to live he was on his way to the new village. On his way leaving he ran into the boys that threw rocks and laughed at him all the time while he got rocks thrown at him. He was very happy he was going away from those boys and people that hated him. On his way going to the other village he was starting to get hungry and wanted some food but he does not have food so he sees a apple tree and sees apples he could eat. Now that he has his apples he now could continue his journey to the new village hoping he will be treated there better than his old village.
Now Edward has some seeds in his pocket so he could plant an apple tree in his new has. But the problem for him is that he has to find a house to live because he did not have a house back in his old village. Now he has to go around to ask other people if he could work and clean for them so he can live there as well. He now found himself a other girl that already had a house to live in. So he goes over there to go talk to her if he could work there as well but she sent him to another place up a hill and a it took a little bit of walking but he finally made it. He talk to the cook that worked there and he started right away his first job was to go feed the chicken and go get there eggs. Now that he was getting into the whole work thing he started to play army with the chickens and eggs. But he got a visit from the girl that showed him where he could go find a job and a place to live.
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