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My Own Library Card
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     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.06

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     challenging words:    excited, section, matched, minutes, several, okay, double, sweetie, purse, counter, phone, belt, address, center, daughter, large


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My Own Library Card
By Beth Beutler
  

1     I was so excited! Mommy was taking me to the library for the first time. She said, "You're a big girl, now. I think it is time for you to go to the library and get your own library card."
 
2     "My own card?"
 
3     "Yes, dear. Get your purse."
 
4     So I picked up my little white purse, and we strolled out the door.
 
5     I stepped up into the car, hooked up my seat belt, and sat proudly in the back seat.
 
6     The library was about 10 minutes away, so I spent the time looking out the window, watching the other colorful cars go by.
 
7     The library was a large, brown brick building in the center of town. We parked the car and walked through the sliding glass doors. The place was huge! I had never seen so many books. It was like walking into a big city with skyscrapers made of books. Where would we start?
 
8     As if she could read my mind, Mom said "Okay, sweetie, let's go to the children's section."
 
9     We turned left and walked through some double doors into a bright room. There were several tables, bean bag chairs, and a bright yellow rug. Several shelves of books were grouped into sections.

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