Hello Whyville! We have Akbar's, we have the Furniture Farm, and we have
the Trading Post! Now, I don't know how many people actually go to the
Post, but for those who don't like "second hand shop" you really should
go to the Trading Post.
And that is for a number of reasons. The 'Post is an excellent source
of quality items for a lesser price. I know. I just put up a body,
a couple of noses. I plan to put up more! You Whyvillians are smart enough
to settle for a second hand body or hair-do, I mean, it's just the same
hair, for less!
So to all of Whyville, I say, visit the Post every once and a while.
I from experience, have always gotten my items sent back! so have
lots of other Whyvillians, because of one simple reason: No one
visits the Post!
In conclusion, this is just a tip of advice, if you really think about it. Go for the bargain! Help out your fellow Whyvillian!
So for now, I will leave you with just one question:
Why would you pay more for an item you could get cheaper?
How to Snazz Up Your Block
Is your town booooring? I will tell you what to do. What you are
hearing is a true story!
I was sitting on the porch, thinking how bored I was, when I thought,
well, if Whyville has a newspaper, why can't we??? I ran up to tell
Mania, my sister.
So, we have started not ONLY a local newspaper that is now a huge
success throughout the block, but we have a brand new club in our
We ask the members of our club to submit articles for our newspaper,
and so we have artwork, poems, stories, journals, etc....
I hope you try this idea, get with some friends and start!!!
Is Whyville Similar to Earth?
Dear Fellow Whyvillians,
Did you ever think that Whyville was ever like the real world?
I think that Whyville is similar in some ways. Like, there is Akabar's
clothes store and the taxi cab. But there are also some odd things
about Whyville, like our houses and the Underground Disco.
City Hall tries to make Whyville similar to the real world, and I think she
and her helpers are doing a great job of it. They have so many similar
things to try to make us feel at home.