Molly sketched a smile-girl on the whitest sheet of paper she could find. She drew a big grin on the smile-girl, and then penciled two dark and giant hands that were bigger. In fact, the two giant hands were bigger than the smile-girl’s body.
Molly then invented a story for the smile-girl. In the story, the smile-girl liked dollar bills, but didn’t like wolves. She played in rain and soft sand and slept under a blanket patterned with giraffes. Sometimes, the smile-girl’s hands became so heavy she dragged them around like two dead cows. And the smile-girl never had to wash dishes because she always broke them. And she couldn’t write her name. When the smile-girl clapped, the townspeople ran for home because they imagined a terrible thunderstorm.