The McGreedy Book
The McGreedy book is about a family that is quite greedy and where they learn in a hard way that life isn't all about money and things; it is about sharing, loving and giving. It is a series of humorous and interesting experiences.
In every city and town there are quirky, trendy and greedy people, people like the McGreedys. They are a peculiar type of human. Once you’ve read this story, maybe you’ll agree.
The McGreedy family consists of: Harold, the father, Hazel the mother, Henry their son and Harriett, their daughter. The McGreedys live in a big, fancy home and have two beautiful cars, both brand new and methodically cleaned and waxed once a month. The new cars take them only to important places and important people. You see, this family loves and lives for just for themselves! They work and play only so others will notice them and say, “Wow, aren’t they a rich, handsome and wonderful!”
The McGreedy family has many toys and trendy appliances in their huge ten bedroom home. They love to buy and own “things.” Harold, the father, has many television sets in his home. He’s often fond of saying, “No son or daughter of mine will be without a television set.”
Hazel, the mother, has many diamond rings and fur coats that she loves to show off, especially when the family goes visiting.
Harriett, the coy but beautiful daughter, has dozens of dresses and sweaters and Henry has five bicycles…blue, red, yellow, green and white. (Henry often mutters to himself, “You just never know when you might need an extra bike.”)