This is the story of Callie and Sarah, maids in a hotel.
"I always sing while I work," said Callie. "It helps me pass the time. I could have been a famous singer, you know."
"Why aren't you?" asked Sarah. "How come no one ever heard of you? How come you are a hotel maid instead of a hotel singer?"
"I didn't get the right breaks!" laughed Callie.
Callie's singing is so loud it bothers everyone -- except her boss, Mrs. Banks. That's because Mrs. Banks never comes to check Callie's work. She's always watching Sarah. And Sarah hates it.
These sound like simple problems. But they almost make Callie quit her job, and they cause a flood in the hotel. Everyone has to think hard to find a solution.
This book is very easy to read. The words are in short lines in the middle of the page. The chapters are short. After each one, there are questions to help readers think about the story.
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