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Where's Robbie? Chapter 3

Where's Robbie? Chapter 3
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 7 to 12
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.7

     challenging words:    colter, homeroom, fact, thoughts, chess, along, police, already, toward, while, than, middle, father, next, last, another

Where's Robbie? Chapter 3
By Cindy Grigg

1     The next day, Marisa watched for Robbie as she walked to school. She did not see him, but maybe he would be in homeroom. Kenty was a big middle school, and there were a lot of students waiting to go inside.
2     Josie saw Marisa and called to her.
3     "Hey! Marisa! I'm over here. What did you find out about Robbie?"
4     Marisa joined her friend and a couple of other people from their homeroom.
5     "Well, his parents thought he was at school yesterday. He hadn't come home, either, when my dad called them. I sure hope he is here today. I'm so worried about him."
6     Kevin, one of Robbie's chess partners, said that Robbie never came to chess club anymore. "He hasn't been to a match in a couple of months," Kevin said. "The last time I asked him, he said that he just didn't feel like playing chess."
7     "Keep positive thoughts," Josie said. "He will be in homeroom this morning. I am sure he is okay."
8     The bell rang while she was talking, and they all walked into the school together. Marisa and Kevin turned toward their homeroom.
9     "See you guys at lunch," Josie said.

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