| Oscar the Badger
written by Karin Slaughter
illustrated by Elizabeth O. Dulemba
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He could play ball with his Dad and win.
illo: Oscar hitting ball with his tail.
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illo: Oscar pointing to his butt, Mom's back or arm pointing in scene?
"You can't be a badger," his mum replied, "because dachshunds hate badgers and Doodles loves you."
illo: Doodles digging Oscar out from a tunnel of quilts and blankets?
And he saw that he was a boy and not a badger.
He was not even a cuddly monkey.
In short, there would be no tail.
illo: looking at rear end - xnay sign over butt
But there was Doodles. And his mum let them sit on the couch and eat ice cream.
illo: Mum hugging Oscar, Oscar huggine Doodles, ice-cream everywhere.
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And Oscar was O.K.
illo: Mom hugging Oscar, we see a tail.
|Illustrations Copyright © 2006, Elizabeth O. Dulemba|