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Everyone is born.
But not everyone is born the same.

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Some will grow to be butchers,
or bakers or candlestick makers.

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Some will only be good
at making Jell-O salad.

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But every human being is unique,
for better or forworse.

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Most parents think their children
are the most beautiful things alive.

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- Others are less emotional.
- What a waste of time.

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- $9.25 for a bar of soap!
- I had to take a shower.

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$5,000! I'm not paying it!
They can't repossess the kid!

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- There's no way out.
- Make a U-turn.

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Harry!

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Harry and Zinnia Wormwood
lived in a very nice neighbourhood.

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But they were not nice people.

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Get out of the street, you dodos!

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The Wormwoods were so busy,
they forgot they had a daughter.

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If they had paid her any attention,
they'd have seen she was special.

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Oh, my gosh! Matilda!
Now look what you did!

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You're supposed to eat the spinach!

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Babies...
You're better off raising tomatoes!

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At two, Matilda had already
learned how to take care of herself.

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As time went by,
she developed a sense of style.

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Every morning,
Matilda's brotherwent to school.

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Her fatherwent to work.
Selling used cars for unfair prices.

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- Her mother took off to play Bingo.
- Soup's on the stove...

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Matilda was left alone.

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That was how she liked it.

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At four. She had read
every magazine in the house.

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One night. She asked her father for
something she desperately wanted.

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- A book? Why do you want a book?
- To read.

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Why would you want to read,
when the television is right there?

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- You get more out of watching TV.
- Get out of the way.

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Matilda already knew
she was different from her family.

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She saw that whatever she needed.
She'd have to get herself.

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There's fish fingers
in the microwave.

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There's fish fingers
in the microwave.

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The next morning,
Matilda set off in search of a book.

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- Where
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