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What Good is Rain, Anyway?
By Beth Beutler
  


It had rained for a few days.


The zebra, bat and rabbit were

getting tired of being wet.


They had shelter from the rain

in their cages at the zoo.


All their pens were connected,

so they often played together.


However, they got tired of staying inside.


They tried to have fun by playing with a ball


and with their boats in a big bathtub.


They made crafts out of fabric and

other things in their toy basket.


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