2 Charlie and the Yums The Fabulous Sock For my girls Faye, Danniella, Deanna, and Cheyenne Written by Jonathon Simone Website Illustrated by Izabela Sularz Please feel free to give away copies of The Fabulous Sock to friends and family. Book two in the series, The Cheeky Chunky Singing Pirates featuring Charlie and his friends can also be purchased at the above website for $5.49. You can also join the Yums Club by visiting the above website. A completely free monthly club offering, coloring pictures, painting by numbers, puzzles and exciting competitions with Charlie s special prizes. Coming soon, also priced at $5.49, book three, The Dancing Dolphins. Copyright Jonathon Simone 2004
3 Can you keep a secret? Charlie Fisher can! It all began at Charlie s fifth birthday party; something he d been looking forward to for what seemed like forever. You see Charlie wasn t like most children. Charlie couldn t walk. Which meant that while all his friends were playing football or catch me if you can or swimming at the seaside, Charlie could only sit and watch. So having his very own birthday party with all of his friends invited was just the very best of all. When the big day arrived, Charlie sat in the garden and watched his mummy laying out all the wonderful things they were going to eat onto the big garden table. There were cakes and jellies and sausages on sticks, ice cream and chocolates and party tricks. Then as the clock struck four, Charlie sat in his wheelchair and watched from the living room window as all of his friends began to arrive. All carrying special presents for him, tucked neatly under their arms.
4 When everyone had arrived and Charlie had finished opening all of his wonderful presents, they all sat down to enjoy their tea. Then when everyone s tummy was full, Charlie s mummy told all the children to gather round her and sit themselves down on the lawn. Now everyone be quiet, close your eyes and count to ten, because now it s time for Charlie s special surprise. She said.
5 Charlie wondered what on earth it could be, as they all started counting slowly to ten. Then they all screamed with delight as they opened their eyes and saw Charlie s special surprise. A magician! They cried. Charlie had never seen a real magician before, only on the television. He had a long black cloak, a very tall hat, a long curly moustache and even a silver magic wand. Then with a deafening bang and a blinding flash of light the magic show began. Marvelous Marvin, that is my name. Wonder and magic, that is my game. Now watch very closely and you ll win a prize, but only if you can believe your eyes. Chanted the magician as he pulled a fluffy black rabbit from his hat. How do I do it? Does anyone know? Discover my secret, before you all go. He said, as two snowy white doves flew from beneath his cloak.
6 Then if you can tell me just how it s all done, I will give you the key to a world full of fun. He chanted, as six little pink mice began chasing each other around the rim of his hat. Charlie was having the best time ever and hoped it would never end. But like all good things, Charlie s party did finally come to an end. Then while everyone was leaving, Charlie was left alone in the garden and watched as the magician packed away all of his things. Excuse me. Said Charlie to the magician. Yes? Replied the magician in a very deep and mysterious voice. I know how it s all done, continued Charlie. Tell me now and tell me true, then the deepest of secrets I ll share with you, chanted the magician. Real magic! Whispered Charlie. You re as bright as a button, my secret did you unlock and so now I must give you this fabulous sock. Pull it on tight on your foot to the right, when the sun goes down and the day becomes night. Then snuggle down in your bed and squeeze closed your eyes, and then dear Charlie you ll get the biggest surprise. And with that the magician disappeared in a puff of smoke.
7 Wow! A fabulous sock. Said Charlie to himself, as he looked closely at the small blue sock lying in the palm of his hand. Charlie sat in the garden thinking about everything the magician had said. Whatever could the biggest surprise mean he wondered, as his mummy called to him from the kitchen. Come along Charlie, time for bed. She said. Then when his mummy had finished reading him his bedtime story, kissed him goodnight and closed the bedroom door, Charlie pushed back his bedcovers and very slowly pulled the fabulous sock on to his right foot and waited. And waited. And waited. When darkness falls across the land and all are fast asleep, you simply say these magic words then dreams are yours to keep. Charlie knew at once that it was the magician s voice, but it was now coming from the fabulous sock. These words you must say and they must be said right, then fun and adventure will be yours every night. Said the voice. And then it told Charlie the secret magic words. Grit your teeth and clench your gums. Better hold on tight because here come the Yums. It said, and then finally became silent. Charlie could hardly believe his ears. But what Charlie didn t know was that he was already fast asleep and dreaming.
8 Not a minute to waste, he thought as he pulled himself up into a sitting position against his pillows and prepared to say the magic words. Grit your teeth and clench your gums. Better hold on tight because here come the Yums. Said Charlie, in the bravest voice he possibly could. Then suddenly, Charlie s toes began to move inside the fabulous sock. First came a wriggle and then came a stretch, stretch and wriggle, wriggle and stretch. Then they began to get bigger and wriggle and stretch, stretch and wriggle, wriggle and stretch. Then they popped out from the fabulous sock, stretched and wriggled and wriggled and stretched. And just when Charlie thought the stretching and wriggling would never end, they suddenly stopped. Who are you? Charlie asked in amazement. Then, Charlie s five new giant size toes all smiled up at him from the bottom of his bed and began to sing:
9 If you re feeling sad and blue There s always one thing you can do Just close your eyes and say those magic words For we can make your dreams come true With fun and laughter, yes it s true Come join us Charlie in our magic world We re the Yums We re the Yums So grit your teeth real tight and clench your gums Then hold on Charlie, here we come, the Yums I m Dumpy I m Bumpy I m Lumpy I m Stumpy And I m just Little Yum We re the Yums We re the Yums Just say those magic words and here we come. We re the Yums We re the Yums
10 Goodness! Said a very surprised Charlie. Where did you come from? Yumsville! They all replied. Then Charlie realized that his bed was no longer in his bedroom, and that he was now half way up a hill in what looked like the countryside. But this wasn t like any countryside Charlie had ever seen. The sky was of orange, the trees were of blue, and the grass was even bright pink, and Charlie just didn t know what to think. What is this place? He asked, even more surprised. This place is just Yumsville, like we ve already said. Now come on be quick and let s jump out of bed. Said Dumpy. I can t. Charlie told him. Why ever not? Tell us, what do you mean? There s such fun to be had and so much to be seen. Asked Bumpy
11 I can t walk, added Charlie sadly. But these are your dreams, it s quite plain, don t you see? You can make them whatever you want them to be. Chirped Little Yum, gently taking hold of Charlie s hand. Am I dreaming then? Charlie asked a little puzzled. The fabulous sock was your prize in the deal, and the magic it holds is what makes your dreams real. They all told him. I m afraid I really don t understand. Said Charlie, even more confused. Well then just blink your eyes closed and then wish it to be, then whatever you ve wished for will happen, you ll see. Said Little Yum squeezing Charlie s hand tightly. Charlie looked down at Little Yum, took a deep breath, closed his eyes and wished for the one thing that he really, really missed. Then he couldn t believe it when he opened them up again. He was walking, really walking. Slowly at first, then he started to run, faster and faster. Look I can run and jump and roll in the grass! Shouted Charlie. Can I fly too? He asked, skipping in the air.
12 But you only have arms and to fly you need wings, like a bird or a bat, such peculiar things. Lumpy told Charlie. Charlie took one final daring roll down the hill and came to a rest flat on his back with his blue pajamas and matching fabulous sock both now covered in bright pink grass. Charlie was having the time of his life rolling about with the Yums and he d only just managed to stop laughing when he thought he heard someone crying, and it seemed to be coming from somewhere down near the bottom of the hill. I think someone s crying down there. He told the Yums. Well that just won t do, we d better all run and see. Who it is that s in trouble and what the problem could be. Said Bumpy, running into a tree and bumping his head. And so after pulling Bumpy out from the bush he d landed in and rubbing his head for luck, they all set off down the hill just as fast as they could to see if they could help. When they reached the bottom of the hill they found themselves standing by a small yellow stream, and not a few feet away sitting on a purple rock, crying into his very soggy handkerchief, they saw exactly whom it was that was making all the fuss.
13 Why Mister Snail, is it really so bad? Whatever can it be that has made you so sad? Asked Stumpy. I ve lost my shell. Replied the snail in between fits of sobs. How on earth did you do that? Asked Charlie. I was having a bath in the river, sniff. And I was having so much fun, sniff. That I ve forgotten where I left it. He sobbed.
14 Don t you worry Mister Snail, for find your home we shall, because everyone knows we re the very best toes and we always help a pal. Said the Yums together. Oh thank you. Sniffed Mister Snail. And so they all set off to find the missing shell. They looked behind all the rocks and up in the trees, and under the bushes on their hands and their knees. Then just when they thought that they would never find it, Bumpy tripped over it, went head over heals, bumped his head yet again and saved the day. Oh, how can I ever thank you? Sniffed Mister Snail, helping Bumpy up and drying his eyes at the same time. I know just the thing. Said Charlie. How about we all have a nice game of hide and seek. That sounds lots of fun. Said Mister Snail. But, could you tell me how to play?
15 When Charlie had finished explaining all the rules to Mister Snail and the Yums, who didn t know either, everyone set off to hide while Charlie covered his eyes and began counting to a hundred. One hundred! He called, letting everyone know he was coming. Then as he turned around he was most surprised to see Mister Snails shell lying in the grass right beside him, but there was no sign of Mister Snail. Knock, knock. Said Charlie, tapping gently on Mister Snails shell. Who s there? Whispered Mister Snail, peeping out. Oh you are silly, Mister Snail. Laughed Charlie, explaining the rules again. Oh dear me, I forgot. Sighed Mister Snail. I m not very good at this, am I? He said sliding off into the grass to find somewhere to hide. They played hide and seek together for hours and hours and had a wonderful time, and in the end even the forgetful snail finally got the hang of it.
16 Then as they all sat in the pink grass down by the yellow-river, all tired from their game, a small voice called down to them from up in the trees. You must all be starving after all that running about. Said the voice. When they looked up to see who it was, they saw three little baby black birds sitting in their nest, and there standing on a branch right beside them holding a frying pan in one wing and a spatula in the other stood their mummy. Would you like to join us for some tea? She asked. Oh yes please. Replied Charlie, suddenly realizing how hungry he was. Right then. She said. How do you like your worms? Charlie looked down at his five little friends only to see they were looking right back up at him, and everyone s face told the same story.
17 It was Little Yum who saved them. He reached up, took hold of Charlie s hand and said. Charlie Fisher our special friend, it s home again we must you send. For fun we ve had make no mistake, but soon it s time for you to wake. Oh already? Said Charlie, trying his very best to sound disappointed. But never fear you will return, you must just watch the clock. Then when it s time say the magic words and pull on the fabulous sock. Added Bumpy. So making their apologies to the black birds, they all headed off back to where Charlie s bed still stood on the side of the hill. I d like to give you a present before you go, for helping me find my shell. Said Mister Snail. But there s really no need. Replied Charlie. I m just glad I could help. Oh but I d like to. Said Mister Snail. It s not much really, only this lucky flower I found when I was taking my bath.
18 Thanks ever so much Mister Snail, you re very kind. But how do you know it s lucky? Asked Charlie climbing back into his bed. Well it brought me all of you to help find my shell, didn t it? Smiled Mister Snail. You know I never thought of that. I think you must be right. Said Charlie admiring the lucky flower. Now close your eyes and count to ten, then before you know it you ll be home again. Dumpy told Charlie. And so, when everyone had finished saying goodbye and Charlie had thanked Mister Snail and the Yums for a lovely time, he closed his eyes tight shut and started to count. One, two, yawn. Three, four, snore Charlie was fast asleep.
19 The next time Charlie opened his eyes, he was back in his own bedroom and the sun was already shining brightly through his bedroom window. What a wonderful dream he thought, as he felt something slip and fall from his hand down onto his bedcovers. It was Mister Snails lucky flower. So it was real, thought Charlie happily, and not really a dream after all. Charlie thought about his wonderful adventure with Mister Snail and the Yums all through breakfast and right throughout the day. And do you know? Charlie couldn t wait until bedtime.
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