This is the story of Harry Stanley, who went on vacation in Florida. We can hear him saying ‘help, help, help!’. Maybe the ground has snow on it, and he doesn’t have boots, so that’s why he climbed up the pole. Or maybe it’s sea foam Even though it is a hot day he still has his jacket on. He has something on his head – a mans thing. He has gone to the beach to get some refreshment. He went to the beach and had to run up the pole to avoid the tide. He just made it by the skin of his teeth! He’s breathing hard. Boy! Did he make it up there just in time. But you can see in his face he’s still scared…he doesn’t want to splat on the ground! We are all afraid of water (and some of us are afraid of fire, too!). We don’t know what’s in the water….There are 2 crocodiles who just crawled out of the bushes called Crawler and Crockee!. He has to be careful! Somebody has to help him. The lamp is broken – he’s not even aware! He has to get his friends to other to go someplace. He also has a family – a mother, father, sister and brother. Maybe his father will help him. He needs to make a word to say when he’s in trouble, and his friends will go where he is. The word is ‘ANTHONY!”. But maybe he’s independent. He doesn’t want any help. He’s going to make the crocodiles fight each other, put some grease on the pole, slide down and run, run to the entrance on the wall.