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|edHelper's suggested reading level:||grades 1 to 3|
|Flesch-Kincaid grade level:||3.34|
How to Be Awesome
By Kathleen W. Redman
1 Do you know an awesome person? Maybe it's a friend of yours who's really good at something special. Maybe it's someone who has a great personality. Maybe it's someone you respect a lot. Being awesome can be many things.
2 Justin is an awesome kid. He loves to skateboard. He's very good at it. He likes to skate with his friends. They all like to show off their tricks. Justin has some of the best tricks. All his friends think he's awesome.
3 Heather can't skate, but she's also awesome. She loves to paint. She paints a lot of pictures in art class. She loves to paint at home. Her favorite things to paint are pictures of her cat. She gives her uncle a lot of her paintings. He tells Heather that the pictures are beautiful, and it makes Heather feel awesome.
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