Children's Books: The Adventures of Boochi Malloochi: The Hunt for Treasure (Vol 1)
by Sal Corrente
The drive to the beach wasn’t far but today, it felt like forever to Boochi. She couldn’t wait to get her shovel in the sand.
“Daddy, are you taking the long way to the beach?”
“No. Why do you ask, Boochi?”
“’Cause it seems so long.”
“You’re just excited to look for treasure, that’s all.” Daddy looked at her in the rearview mirror.
“We’ll be there soon, honey,” Mommy said, looking back at Boochi.
Finally, she looked out the front windshield, and she could see water in the distance.
“We’re here, hooray!” She bounced up and down in the back seat.
“Yay,” Daddy said and found a parking place.
When the car stopped, Boochi shoved her dolls, bucket, shovel, and towel into her bag. “Let’s go. Let’s go,” she said impatiently.
Daddy went around to open Boochi’s door, instead, he smiled at her through the window. “Are you ready?” He asked, teasing her.
“Hello!” she shouted. “Can you open the door, please?” Boochi begged, while jerking on the door handle. “Please, Daddy?”
When he finally opened the door, she jumped out. “Very funny, Daddy,” she said, and grabbed his hand. “Now, let’s go.” She pulled him toward the gate. “Mommy can you carry this for me?” Boochi asked. “I have to hold my Daddy’s hand, you know.”
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