My house is so big, it has six floors. And 20 families live inside.
My cousins live in a little house. It has only two floors. And their family has to live in it on their own.
When we go visit grandma, we can take the train. It has 10 cars, and 1,000 friends can ride in it at the same time.
When my cousins visit grandma, they come in one lonely car.
Our garden is so big, it goes from one street to the next. When we show up, there are already 50 kids to play with.
My cousins have many gardens on their street with fences all around. When they go outside in their garden, there aren’t any friends waiting to play.
On Saturdays we do our laundry. There are 12 washers and 12 dryers. And always friends there at the same time.
My cousins have to do their laundry at home, with only one washer and one dryer. And no one else to do it with.
I have so many books, I have a whole building to keep them in. Every three weeks we exchange them for new ones.
My cousins have a shelf with the books they get on their birthdays. They are always the same books that they have read before.
I heard the grown ups say my cousins are rich.
I am glad we are not rich like them, and that we have the city instead.