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FC: Young Goodman Brown A Children's Book reviewing the Work of Nathaniel Hawthorne By Randy S. Williams, Sr.
1: Young Goodman Brown loved and cherished his beautiful wife, Faith.
2: But he had to leave her for a journey. So he left her with a kiss and a wave.
3: On his journey, Brown met up with a man. This man was scary and worried him.
4: Brown traveled for a while with this stranger through the dark and enchanted woods.
5: On their journey together they encountered a woman that appeared to be a witch.
6: Brown was so scared that he decided that he wanted to rest (actually though, he just wanted to get away from his unknown partner).
7: Brown, all alone now on a tree stump, heard the voices of people he thought he knew. Soon he realized that these people he knew, had changed.
8: Brown decided it would be best to follow these people, but he had to do it secretly so he could figure out what they were up to.
9: Once Brown and his "leaders" arrived at their destination, Brown immediately knew he was in trouble.
10: As Brown watched from afar, he realized that his dear, sweet wife Faith was in trouble.
11: Brown yelled to his wife, "Faith, Faith, Look up to Heaven, and resist the Wicked One".
12: Try as he may, Brown could not get through to his wife. He was so scared.
13: Brown thought he had lost his wife for good, when all of the sudden, POOF, the whole group disappeared from his sight, like they had never even been there.
14: The next day, Brown truly thought what he had seen was a dream. Nobody seemed to acknowledge that anything weird had gone on.
15: Just like when he left, when he arrived home, his beautiful wife Faith was there to greet him with a smile, hug, and a huge kiss.