Once upon a time there was a boy named Max who loved to play with the other kids at the park. He was the most creative one among them and enjoyed coming up with new ways to play. One day, he came up with a great idea: a game called crepehanger.

The game was simple. Everyone would line up on the big crepe tree, one by one, and then each would hang a crepe while the others tried to catch it. The one who was able to catch the most crepes won!

At first, Max’s friends were hesitant but after a few tries, they were all hooked on the game. Everyone had so much fun playing it and Max felt really proud of himself for coming up with such an awesome game.

That night, Max went to bed feeling happy and content. But the next day, his friends started to make fun of him for being the “crepehanger”. Max was embarrassed and started to feel really upset. He knew his friends were just joking, but it still hurt a lot.

To make matters worse, when Max got to the park the next day, all of his friends had forgotten about the game. They were now playing a different game entirely. Max couldn’t believe it. He had worked so hard to create something that everyone loved and now to see it forgotten and replaced by something else was too much for him.

Max was so upset that he ran away from the park and his friends. He went home and hid in his bedroom, feeling embarrassed and ashamed. He couldn’t believe that his own friends had rejected him and his game.

The next day, Max’s mom found him hiding in his room and asked him what was wrong. Max told her everything and she comforted him. She reminded him that sometimes we can’t control what people think of us, but that doesn’t make us any less special or valuable.

Max felt a bit better after that and decided to return to the park, but this time as an observer. He watched as his friends had fun playing the new game and he realized that there was nothing wrong with that. He was still the same Max and he still had his awesome game.

The moral of the story is that you can’t control what other people think of you, but that doesn’t make you any less valuable or special. The important thing is to remember to be true to yourself and be proud of who you are.

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