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Summer Treasure, Part 2

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Summer Treasure, Part 2
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 3 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.43

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    backed, enthusiasm, hallway, onto, bears, underneath, minutes, clues, holding, base, several, bunch, roar, quickly, kids, sounds


Summer Treasure, Part 2
By Mary Lynn Bushong
  

1     It took the kids some time to find all the clues, but after spending most of the afternoon running around the yard, they finally came into the kitchen and slumped into a chair.
 
2     "We found almost all of the clues," said Jim. "But we are tired and need a drink."
 
3     "I have some fresh iced tea," said Mom as she poured each of them a glass. "What is your last clue?"
 
4     "It says, ‘He roars in the jungle but sits still on guard.' I don't know what it means," said Jim.
 
5     "I'm stumped too," said Sandy. "Could we have another clue?"
 
6     "Sure," said Mom. "It sounds to me like it would be an animal of some kind. What do you think would roar in the jungle?"
 
7     "A lion, maybe, or a bear; I don't know," said Jim with a tired sigh.
 
8     "Bears don't live in the jungle," said Sandy.

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