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Snoogles, Froogles, and Goodle Bars


Snoogles, Froogles, and Goodle Bars
Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grade 2
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.79

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    time, celebration, chow, e-mail, e-mails, enthusiasm, gorilla, possibly, recipe, lived, crook, thief, factory, sneak, several, fact
     content words:    Hey Freddy, Several Snoogles


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Snoogles, Froogles, and Goodle Bars
By Beth Beutler
  

1     A long time ago, there lived a Snoogle named Harold. Harold lived in a huge pink dog house with 7 rooms. He shared the dog house with his friend Freddy the Froogle. You may wonder what a Snoogle or a Froogle could possibly be. Well, let me tell you.
 
2     A Snoogle is a cross between an octopus and a gorilla. A Froogle is a cross between a frog and a rabbit. Snoogles and Froogles are from the planet Moogle and their favorite hobby is using computers. In fact, Harold and Freddy were on the computer so much that they sometimes forgot to eat! This weekend, Harold and Freddy had been on their computers for at least twelve hours each.
 
3     Harold and Freddy had such fun learning about things like how their favorite candy, Goodle bars, were made. They also read about what was happening on their sister planet Losamesa. Harold and Freddy had Snoogle and Froogle pen pals from Losamesa who would write to them a lot. They had a drove of e-mails almost every day. They would talk about their favorite flavors of Goodle bars and share stories about themselves. It was a blast!

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