||dice, exactly, helicopter, propeller, repairing, seconds, working, longer, stayed, adventure, excited, railroad, station, study, faster, space
||Now I'm, Wright Brothers Bike Shop, General Store, Wilbur Wright, Orville Wright
"Oh, no," cried Tess. "What have you done to my bicycle, Tim?"
Tess and Wendy had just entered Tess's back yard. They found Tim sitting on the ground. Pieces of Tess's bicycle were all around him.
"I think I can make it go faster," said Tim. "I took it apart. Now I'm not sure if I can put it back together."
"Maybe we should get some help," said Wendy. "I just read about a bike shop where we might find someone to help us. Let's go to my house and get the dice."
"How are the dice going to help us?" asked Tess.
"You'll see," answered Wendy. "Leave the pieces, Tim. We'll get them when we come back."
The three children went to Wendy's room. They found the magic dice. They all knew they were in for a new adventure. They sat down on the floor, and Wendy made her wish. "I wish we could visit the Wright Brothers Bike Shop."
The children looked around them. They knew they were no longer in Wendy's room. The people were dressed in a style from long ago. The railroad station had the words Dayton, Ohio, painted on its side. A calendar hung outside a building that had a sign reading General Store. The calendar was from 1903. In front of the children was a small building with a work space at the side. Two men were busy in the work space. There were bicycles and bicycle parts all around them.
Wendy approached the shop. "Good day," she said. "Which Mr. Wright are you?"Paragraphs 10 to 22:
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