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Jack and the Bean Stalk

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Fee-fi-fo-fum! There's a giant at the top of this beanstalk!
But wait - now we have a spinning beanstalk, courtesy of Ashley and Olman! And nobodies safe from it! If the giant gets too close, the beanstalk spins faster and faster and he won't be able to hold on. If Jack gets too close, so will he! Now Jack won't be able to steal anymore and the giant doesn't have to die.

 

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When someone gets too close, the beanstalk starts to spin.

 

1 Comment

  1. barbarab

    I like that you keep Jack from climbing the beanstalk as well as the giant. Jack always seemed like a troublemaker to me.

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