By Zhi Qu
Little Sima's village in China was once being affected by a a hundred years with no rain. Then a wizard gave the Sima family members an enormous porcelain bowl. He acknowledged this gang might flip their success round. convinced adequate, rain began to fall. yet at some point, Little Sima's pal fell into the crowd. Can Little Sima keep his buddy from drowning with no preventing the rain?
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