I received three letters from the same classroom, each including a SASE (thank you!). Two of the letters came with secret codes. All of them were fairly similar and signed using only an initial (for privacy, I gather). I enjoyed responding to them, not all that seriously.
But first, the codes:
Here are my replies . . .
Just N, hmmm? That’s mysterious.
Let me guess: Noah, Nadine, Neo, Nico, Nancy, Nigel . . .
(Stop me when I get it right.)
Natasha, Nehemiah, Nelson, Naomi . . .
(I’m fading here.)
Nevan, Neely, Nori, Naadir . . .
(I give up!)
As for your code: “Can you figure out this pass code to read it if you can read it.”
Did I miss anything?
I’m glad you enjoyed Food Fight’s satisfying conclusion!
That’s it, huh? Just T.
Wait a minute, I’ve got it!
This is Mister T!
“I pity the fool!”
Thanks for the SASE: Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope.
Saves me some money!
Be well and keep reading,
I wonder. A what? A banana? A pizza pie? A really good book? A reader?
I’m a B, personally: baffled, bewildered, bamboozled!
Let’s see if I can crack your code.
(This is fun, thanks.)
“James Preller I really liked the book the case of the food fight!”
Okay: 1) That’s good news! 2) Pretty sure this makes me a genius!
Have a great summer — not a bummer!