THE PINK NAPKIN AND THE BOY FROM THE CAMPSITE
There once was a camping ground where many boys and girls used to spend their holidays with their parents. Charles was one of the kids staying at the camping. He shared a very large tent with his four siblings.
Charles was different from other boys; He didn’t like soccer, he didn’t like to play with toy cars, and he didn’t like most of the things boys his age did. Everyone at the site would tell him he acted like a girl just because he didn’t like soccer.
Charles walked around the campsite with his lucky charm: a pink napkin that he carried in his pocket. Nobody knew why he carried that napkin around.