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Sunglasses Hunt
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grade 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   5.02

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    double-checking, fescue, infatuation, newly-installed, re-read, original, glaring, series, chaise, magenta, reading, sympathy, designer, lounge, sunglasses, heroine
     content words:    New York City, Manuel Estagerda, Abracadabra Mystery, Miss Murphy
Sunglasses Hunt

By Beth Beutler
1     Julia was really frustrated. Why did this annoying thing have to happen now? "Where are my sunglasses?" she muttered, half to herself and half to anyone who would listen.
 
2     Julia and her family were leaving soon for a vacation at the beach. They had rented a beach house at Consuelo's Cove. It was on a secluded barrier island off the coast of their state. They had looked forward to this trip for a very long time. Julia had carefully packed everything - or so she had thought. She had just been double-checking her bag when she'd discovered that her sunglasses - her treasured new magenta sunglasses - were missing.
 
3     "Calm down," her older brother Michael said, passing by her room. "You are always in such a tizzy!"
 
4     "I am not! I suppose you think you behave as a perfect and proper gentleman all the time. Leave me alone!" Julia was about to cry.
 
5     Michael began to feel sympathy for his sister and returned to the door of her room. "What's the matter?" he asked.
 
6     "I am just trying to find my sunglasses!" Julia cried. "Danny gave them to me for my birthday!"
 
7     Danny was Julia's best friend. Julia had had her eye on a certain pair of sunglasses, and Danny had surprised her with them about six weeks ago on her birthday. Michael thought that Julia had a crush on Danny. Julia had always denied it. He thought about teasing her yet again but decided that, this time at least, he would be a compassionate brother. He walked into her room and gently touched her shoulder.
 
8     "Stop for a minute. Where do you remember having them last?" Michael asked. He sat on the edge of the bed. Julia was still frantically digging things out of her bag.
 
9     Julia sat down next to him, put her head in her hands, and began to consider the question.

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