S: The Boy Who Cried Bieber By: Lauren, Shreya, Diego, and Jared
BC: The Boy Who Cried Bieber He then called out, “Justin Bieber is coming! Justin Bieber is coming!” All the villagers came running up with their chairs to set up for Justin Bieber concert. In this exciting new children's book, all ages of readers will enjoy a story about Justin Bieber, a little boy, and his lies.
FC: By: Lauren, Shreya, Diego, and Jared
1: The Boy Who Cried Bieber By: Lauren Hewell, Shreya Ramesh, Diego Miro, and Jared Counts Dedicated to: Mrs. Cunningham
3: Once upon a time not very long ago, there was a village filled with Justin Bieber fans. In that village there was a little boy who loved Justin Bieber so much that he stayed on top of a hill watching. He was waiting for the Justin Bieber Charity Tour Bus which was coming to give a concert. The proceeds would go to The Children's Orphanage. Justin Bieber was scheduled to come on Thursday, but he waited just in case Bieber came early. The boy had a sunburned face from sitting outside all day and hair styled into a Justin Bieber haircut.
5: One day, the little boy was very bored, and he decided to trick the villagers into thinking that Justin Bieber was really here to sing. He then called out, “Justin Bieber is coming! Justin Bieber is coming!” All the villagers came running up with their chairs to set up for Justin Bieber concert. When they found that Justin Bieber was not anywhere to be seen, the boy laughed in their faces shouting,“You fools! I tricked you! Justin Bieber is not here.” The townspeople furiously called, “Save your cries, you nasty bum, for when Justin really comes!” The villagers furiously stormed off in a huff.
7: The second day the boy was again watching for the bus. He became very, very bored, so he called to the villagers and cried, “Justin Bieber is coming! Justin Bieber is coming!” And once again the villagers came running holding their chairs and the boy laughed and said, “Ha! I fooled you twice! Justin Bieber is not here, you crazy heads!” The villagers yelled back, “Save your joyous cheer for when Justin Bieber is really here! Don't cry 'Justin Bieber’ when there is no Bieber!” and the villagers went angrily back to the village.
9: The third day the little boy watched the road for the Justin Bieber Charity Tour Bus, and again he was very very, very, very, very, very, very bored. Just before he was going to trick the villagers a third time, he saw out of the corner of his eye a big, shiny, purple bus driving toward the tiny village. The little boy cried one more time, “Justin Bieber is coming, he really is here! I am not lying, have no fear!” The villagers replied angrily, “We will not trust you, because so far, you have not been true!”
11: As the bus got closer, the boy realized that none of the villagers would believe him, so he decided that he had to somehow convince the villagers that he was not lying. “Come quick! Justin Bieber is really here! I saw the tour bus coming up the hill, It is really him!” said the boy to the villagers. The boy thought to himself,“I have to find someone that would come to the top of the hill and see for themselves.” He tried to convince every villager but none of them believed the boy.
13: He went back to his lookout spot to find Justin Bieber and his crew looking for all the fans. From his hill, he overheard Justin and his crew talking, “Where do you think all the fans went?” asked the first crew member. “Should we pack up,” said another crew member,”and get back on the bus?” “The profit was supposed to go to the Children's Orphanage, but there is no use in doing a concert for no one,” said Justin. They looked some more, and when they didn't find anyone, Justin Bieber and his crew left the village. The little boy screamed at them to come back, but they were too far away and didn't hear him.
15: Sadly, the boy walked home to find his parents sitting angrily at the dining table. The little boy shrugged his shoulders like nothing happened and walked to his room. Before he entered his room he heard a strong voice say, “Son, come down here this instant.” The little boy climbed down the stairs, scared of what would happen. When he reached the dining table, his dad told him, "What were you thinking when you lied? You have let down a lot of people. The poor little orphans, the people who were going to see the concert, and most of all, us. Go to the time-out corner right this instant and stay there for the rest of the evening. Also, you aren't allowed to leave the house for a week.”
16: From that day on the boy never lied again because of how guilty he felt after knowing that he had let down all those innocent children from the orphanage. Although the boy was very sad, he learned a very valuable lesson... Don't lie.
18: The Authors | Lauren Hewell | Shreya Ramesh
19: Diego Miro | Jared Counts