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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 1 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.02

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    antonym, bestest, doing, homework, messy, mostest, okay, opposite, sister, what, angry, another, bottom, brother, busy, cheek
     content words:    Auntie Nim


The Mostest Bestest
By Kathleen W. Redman
  

1     "What you doing, Mikey?"
 
2     Mike's little sister Megan was pestering him again.
 
3     "I'm doing my homework. Now go away. I am busy."
 
4     Megan stuck out her bottom lip. "Mikey, bad boy," she said. "Mikey don't like Megan." A tear ran down her cheek.
 
5     Mike sighed and put his pencil down. "Megan, I am not a bad boy. I am a good boy. I can't do my homework when you are noisy."
 
6     "Megan not noisy. Megan quiet. I help Mikey with home stuff." Megan looked hopeful.
 
7     "Megan, you are too young. My homework is difficult."
 
8     Megan made an angry face. "Megan not too young. Megan old. Home stuff easy for Megan!"

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