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A Trip to the Library



A Trip to the Library
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 3 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.5

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    glamour, internet, section, yeah, boring, working, anymore, bunch, friend, rack, whisper, better, report, kinds, borrow, remember


A Trip to the Library
By Patti Hutchison
  

1     Katie called her friend Allison. "What are you up to?" she asked.
 
2     "I'm going to the library," Allison said, "do you want to go with me?"
 
3     "The library," Katie said, "what are you going there for? It's so boring!"
 
4     "I love to go to the library!" Allison exclaimed. "There's so much to do there. Come with me; I'll show you."
 
5     Katie couldn't think of anything better to do right then. She told Allison she would go with her.
 
6     When they got to the library Katie said, "OK, we're here. Show me what's so exciting. It looks like a bunch of old, boring books to me. And you have to be so quiet."
 
7     "You have to be quiet so you don't bother people who are trying to work. But you can still whisper," Allison told her.
 
8     They began to walk around. Katie noticed people working at computers. Some were typing. Some were searching the internet.

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