Once upon a time, there lived a big family of frogs in Froggy Village. They were quite ordinary and didn't have any extraordinary talent. But they never gave up on their dream to become comic makers. The only problem was that they had no idea how to draw comics.
One day, Billy, Riely, and Emily went to the Comic Club and saw twenty-one baby frogs there. They were excited and asked the adults if they could teach them how to draw comics. The adults were very happy to help them out, but they realized that the kids probably needed more practice before they could make their comics themselves!
The first day was very exciting for all of them! Twenty-one baby frogs showed up promptly at the Comic Club and started drawing comics right away without any instructions from the adults. They drew everything that popped into their heads: superheroes, animals fighting each other, people doing funny things. It seemed like they had no idea what comic-making was all about! Billy, Riely, and Emily just watched in silence as these little baby frogs drew page after page of meaningless comics…
The second day rolled around quickly. All twenty-one baby frogs showed up again at the Comic Club with determination in their eyes! It was time for another drawing session! This time around though, Billy told them that it would be much more meaningful if they made comics about their family and friends instead of random superheroes or animals fighting each other. But it turned out that these little baby frogs didn't have anyone special in their lives except for themselves.
On the third day of practice at the Comic Club, Billy thought it would be better if the baby frogs drew something more fun than just cartoons about themselves or random superheroes or animals fighting each other, so he suggested that they make cartoons about food instead! That way it would be something really fun to look at while eating lunch or dinner! But when it came time for drawing cartoon food on paper, all twenty-one baby frogs drew exactly the same thing: broccoli, over and over again, until pages after pages were filled with nothing but broccoli, as if broccoli were all these little kid froglets ever ate!