Moving furniture is no fairy tale. It's sweaty and expensive, and you'll probably take a few chunks out of your freshly painted walls.
|Elementary and Middle School||5th Grade|
…considering it’s run by eight dwarves.
Just as Olive is about to call the dwarves, a little girl in a blue hoody skips into the
Olive tells the girl that she shouldn’t be trespassing. [Girl in blue hood walks into Olive's office]
Trespassing can land you in jail, and in jail they’re very stingy with the snacks...
…Not that she…has any experience…ahem.
The girl laughs and introduces herself as Little Blue Riding Hood.
She’s heard that Olive is looking for a moving service.
Olive is immediately suspicious.
How does this hoody girl know that? [Olive pulls a questioning face]
Is she a hacker?
Is she using Three Seeing Mice as spies?
Little Blue Riding Hood tells Olive not to worry her pretty little head about it.
She thinks Olive won’t care where she got the info once Olive sees the amazing rates
of Little Blue Riding Hood’s Moving Company. [Advertising pamphlet for the moving company]
Turns out Little Blue Riding Hood is right.
Her rates are amazing.
So much for those Eight Dwarves.
They may have been short, but their rates were high.
Just as Olive is about to sign with Little Blue Riding Hood, the Two Little Pigs walk
They have their own moving service, and they’re sure they can beat the Dwarves and this little girl. [Two pigs walk into Olive's office]
Little Blue Riding Hood says there’s no way they can beat her team of brawny Woodsmen...
Especially since the Two Pigs have been one pig down since the tragic wolf attack of 2016.
The pigs are determined to prove the blue hoody girl wrong.
They start rattling off their rates…
And then Little Blue tries to undercut them… [Girl in blue hood looks angry]
And then a brawny Woodsman threatens to start cutting with an axe.
... Olive screams….
And she kicks them all out.
She’s going to do her own Google search.
She’ll compare all the prices and read all the reviews. [Olive using the computer to find local moving companies]
The next moving service she crosses off the list is Hansel and Gretel’s.
According to Yelp, they always get lost. ['Hansel and Gretel' looking upset in a car]