1 Three Sideways Stories From Wayside School By Louis Sachar NARRATOR 1: We re going to tell you about three of the children in Mrs. Jewls s class, on the thirtieth story of Wayside School. NARRATOR 4: But before we get to them, there is something you ought to know. Wayside School was accidentally built sideways. NARRATOR 2: It was supposed to be only one story high, with thirty classrooms all in a row. Instead, it is thirty stories high, with one classroom on each story. NARRATOR 3: The builder said he was very sorry. STORY 1 NARRATOR 1: Our first story is about Joe. One day, Mrs. Jewls kept him in from recess. MRS. JEWLS: Joe, you are going to have to learn to count. JOE: But, Mrs. Jewls, I already know how to count. Let me go to recess! MRS. JEWLS: First count to ten. NARRATOR 4: Joe counted to ten. JOE: Six, eight, twelve, one, five, two, seven, eleven, three, ten. MRS. JEWLS: No, Joe, that is wrong. 1
2 JOE: No, it isn t! I counted till I got to ten! MRS. JEWLS: But you were wrong. I ll prove it to you. NARRATOR 2: She put down five pencils. MRS. JEWLS: How many pencils do we have here, Joe? NARRATOR 3: Joe counted the pencils. JOE: Four, six, one, nine, five. There are five pencils, Mrs. Jewls. MRS. JEWLS: That s wrong. JOE: How many pencils are there? MRS. JEWLS: Five. JOE: That s what I said! May I go to recess now? MRS. JEWLS: No. You got the right answer, but you counted the wrong way. You were just lucky. NARRATOR 1: She set down eight potatoes. MRS. JEWLS: How many potatoes, Joe? NARRATOR 4: Joe counted the potatoes. JOE: Seven, five, three, one, two, four, six, eight. There are eight potatoes, Mrs. Jewls. MRS. JEWLS: No, there are eight. JOE: But that s what I said! May I go to recess now? MRS. JEWLS: No! You got the right answer, but you counted the wrong way again. 2
3 NARRATOR 2: She put down three books. MRS. JEWLS: Count the books, Joe. NARRATOR 3: Joe counted the books. JOE: A thousand, a million, three. Three, Mrs. Jewls. MRS. JEWLS: (bewildered) Correct. JOE: May I go to recess now? MRS. JEWLS: No. JOE: May I have a potato? MRS. JEWLS: No! Listen to me. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. Now you say it. JOE: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. MRS. JEWLS: Very good! NARRATOR 1: She put down six erasers. MRS. JEWLS: Now, count the erasers, Joe, just the way I showed you. NARRATOR 4: Joe counted the erasers. JOE: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. There are ten, Mrs. Jewls. MRS. JEWLS: No! JOE: Didn t I count right? MRS. JEWLS: Yes, you counted right, but you got the wrong answer. 3
4 JOE: This doesn t make any sense! When I count the wrong way, I get the right answer, and when I count right, I get the wrong answer. MRS. JEWLS: (in great frustration) Ooh! NARRATOR 2: Mrs. Jewls hit her head against the wall five times. MRS. JEWLS: (turning away and butting her head) Uh... uh... uh... uh... uh.... (turns back to JOE) How many times did I hit my head against the wall, Joe? JOE: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. You hit your head against the wall ten times. MRS. JEWLS: No! JOE: Four, six, one, nine, five. You hit your head five times. NARRATOR 3: Mrs. Jewls shook her head no and said, MRS. JEWLS: (shaking head) Yes, that is right. NARRATOR 1: Just then, the bell rang. JOE: Oh, darn. NARRATOR 4:... said Joe. JOE: I missed recess! 4
5 STORY 2 NARRATOR 3: Our second story is about Bebe. NARRATOR 1: Bebe was the fastest draw in Mrs. Jewls s class. She could draw a cat in less than forty-five seconds, a dog in less than thirty, and a flower in less than eight seconds! NARRATOR 4: But of course, Bebe never drew just one dog, or one cat, or one flower. NARRATOR 2: Art was from 12:30 to 1:30. Why, in that time, she could draw fifty cats, a hundred flowers, twenty dogs, and several eggs or watermelons! NARRATOR 3: You see, it took her the same time to draw a watermelon as an egg. NARRATOR 1: Calvin sat next to Bebe. He didn t think he was very good at art. It took him the whole period just to draw one airplane. NARRATOR 4: So instead, he just helped Bebe. He was Bebe s assistant. NARRATOR 2: As soon as Bebe would finish one masterpiece, Calvin would take it from her and set down a clean sheet of paper. Whenever her crayon ran low, Calvin was ready with a new crayon. NARRATOR 3: That way, Bebe didn t have to waste any time. And in return, Bebe would draw five or six airplanes for Calvin. NARRATOR 1: It was 12:30, time for art. NARRATOR 4: Bebe was ready. On her desk was a sheet of yellow construction paper. In her hand was a green crayon. 5
6 NARRATOR 2: Calvin was ready. He held a stack of paper and a box of crayons. CALVIN: Ready, Bebe? BEBE: Ready, Calvin. MRS. JEWLS: All right, class. NARRATOR 3:... said Mrs. Jewls. MRS. JEWLS: Time for art. NARRATOR 1: She had hardly finished her sentence when Bebe had drawn a picture of a leaf. NARRATOR 4: Calvin took it from her and put down another piece of paper. BEBE: Red! NARRATOR 2: Calvin handed Bebe a red crayon. BEBE: Blue! NARRATOR 3: He gave her a blue crayon. NARRATOR 1: They were quite a pair! Their teamwork was remarkable. NARRATOR 4: Bebe drew pictures as fast as Calvin could pick up the old paper and set down the new. NARRATOR 2: A fish. NARRATOR 3: An apple. NARRATOR 1: Three cherries NARRATOR 4: bing, 6
7 NARRATOR 2: bing, NARRATOR 3: bing. NARRATOR 1: At 1:30, Mrs. Jewls announced, MRS. JEWLS: Okay, class, art is over. NARRATOR 4: Bebe dropped her crayon and fell over on her desk. NARRATOR 2: Calvin sighed and leaned back in his chair. He could hardly move. NARRATOR 3: They had broken their old record. Bebe had drawn three hundred and seventy-eight pictures! They lay in a pile on Calvin s desk. NARRATOR 1: Mrs. Jewls walked by. MRS. JEWLS: Calvin, did you draw all these pictures? CALVIN: No, Bebe drew them all. MRS. JEWLS: Well then, what did you draw? CALVIN: I didn t draw anything. MRS. JEWLS: Why not? Don t you like art? CALVIN: I love art. That s why I didn t draw anything. MRS. JEWLS: I don t understand. CALVIN: It would have taken me the whole period just to draw one picture. And Bebe would only have been able to draw a hundred pictures. But with the two of us working together, she was able to draw three hundred and seventy-eight pictures! That s a lot more art. 7
8 NARRATOR 4: Bebe and Calvin shook hands. MRS. JEWLS: No, no! That isn t how you measure art. It isn t how many pictures you have, but how good the pictures are. Why, a person could spend their whole life drawing just one picture of a cat. In that time, I m sure Bebe could draw a million cats. BEBE: Two million. MRS. JEWLS: But if that one picture is better than each of Bebe s two million, then that person has produced more art than Bebe. NARRATOR 2: Bebe looked like she was going to cry. She picked up all the pictures from Calvin s desk and threw them in the garbage. NARRATOR 3: Then she ran from the room, down all the stairs, and out onto the playground. NARRATOR 1: Louis, the nice yard teacher, spotted her. LOUIS: Where are you going, Bebe? BEBE: I m going home to draw a picture of a cat. LOUIS: Will you bring it to school and show it to me tomorrow? BEBE: Tomorrow? By tomorrow I doubt I ll be finished with even one whisker. (rushes off) 8
9 STORY 3 NARRATOR 2: Our final story is about Calvin. One day, Mrs. Jewls said, MRS. JEWLS: Calvin, I want you to take this note to Miss Zarves for me. CALVIN: Miss Zarves? MRS. JEWLS: Yes, Miss Zarves. You know where she is, don t you? CALVIN: Yes. She s on the nineteenth story. MRS. JEWLS: That s right, Calvin. Take it to her. NARRATOR 3: Calvin didn t move. MRS. JEWLS: Well, what are you waiting for? CALVIN: She s on the nineteenth story. MRS. JEWLS: Yes, we have already established that fact. CALVIN: The nineteenth story. MRS. JEWLS: Yes, Calvin, the nineteenth story. Now take it to her before I lose my patience! CALVIN: But, Mrs. Jewls MRS. JEWLS: NOW, Calvin! CALVIN: Yes, ma am! 9
10 NARRATOR 1: Calvin walked out of the classroom and stood outside the door. NARRATOR 4: He didn t know where to go. NARRATOR 2: As you know, when the builder built Wayside School, he accidentally built it sideways. But he also forgot to build the nineteenth story. NARRATOR 3: He built the eighteenth and the twentieth, but no nineteenth. He said he was very sorry. NARRATOR 1: There was also no Miss Zarves. NARRATOR 4: Miss Zarves taught the class on the nineteenth story. Since there was no nineteenth story, there was no Miss Zarves. NARRATOR 2: And besides that, as if Calvin didn t have enough problems, there was no note. NARRATOR 3: Mrs. Jewls had never given Calvin the note. CALVIN: (sarcastically) Boy, this is just great! I m supposed to take a note that I don t have, to a teacher who doesn t exist, and who teaches on a story that was never built! NARRATOR 1: He didn t know what to do. NARRATOR 4: He walked down to the eighteenth story, NARRATOR 2: then back up to the twentieth, NARRATOR 3: then back down to the eighteenth, NARRATOR 1: and back up again to the twentieth. NARRATOR 4: There was no nineteenth story. NARRATOR 2: There had never been a nineteenth story. 10
11 NARRATOR 3: There would never BE a nineteenth story. NARRATOR 1: Calvin walked down to the administration office on the first story. He decided to put the note in Miss Zarves s mailbox. NARRATOR 4: But there wasn t one of those, either. That didn t bother Calvin too much, though, since he didn t have a note. NARRATOR 2: He looked out the window and saw Louis, the yard teacher, shooting baskets. CALVIN: Louis will know what to do. NARRATOR 3: Calvin went outside. CALVIN: Hey, Louis! LOUIS: Hi, Calvin. Do you want to play a game? CALVIN: I don t have time. I have to deliver a note to Miss Zarves up on the nineteenth story. LOUIS: Then what are you doing all the way down here? CALVIN: There is no nineteenth story. LOUIS: Then where is Miss Zarves? CALVIN: There is no Miss Zarves. LOUIS: What are you going to do with the note? CALVIN: There is no note. LOUIS: I understand. CALVIN: That s good, because I sure don t. 11
12 LOUIS: It s very simple. You are not supposed to take no notes to no teachers. You already haven t done it! NARRATOR 1: Calvin still didn t understand. CALVIN: I ll just have to tell Mrs. Jewls that I couldn t deliver the note. LOUIS: That s good. The truth is always best. Besides, I don t think I understand what I said, either! NARRATOR 4: Calvin walked back up the thirty flights of stairs to Mrs. Jewls s class. MRS. JEWLS: Thank you very much, Calvin. CALVIN: But I MRS. JEWLS: That was a very important note, and I m glad I was able to count on you. CALVIN: Yes, but you see MRS. JEWLS: The note was very important. I told Miss Zarves not to meet me for lunch. CALVIN: Don t worry. NARRATOR 2:... said Calvin. CALVIN: She won t! NARRATOR 1: So now you know about Wayside School. Some people say these stories are strange and silly. NARRATOR 4: That is probably true. 12
13 NARRATOR 2: But when the children at Wayside School heard stories about us, they thought we were strange and silly. NARRATOR 3: And that s for sure! 13
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