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Rachel Interviews Bruno the Rhinoceros Beetle

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Rachel Interviews Bruno the Rhinoceros Beetle
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 1 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.4

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    morning, actually, backstage, beetles, compliment, creepy, doing, good, impressive, producer, scary, wimp, host, able, also, anything
     content words:    I'm Rachel Scott, Bugs Beyond Belief, Maybe Tom, Now Bruno, I'm Bruno, Rhinoceros Beetle


Rachel Interviews Bruno the Rhinoceros Beetle
By Kathleen W. Redman
  

1     "Good morning, boys and girls. I'm Rachel Scott, the host of Bugs Beyond Belief. Today's guest is... excuse me, what's that noise? Maybe Tom, our producer, knows what it is. Tom?"
 
2     "Yes, Rachel. Um, that noise is coming from backstage. It's our next guest, Bruno."
 
3     "Tom, what is he doing back there?"
 
4     "Someone back there called him a wimp. Now Bruno is beating him up. It seems like Bruno is out to prove how strong he is. Let me see if I can break it up."
 
5     "Well, while Tom is taking care of that, I'll introduce our guest. His name, of course, is Bruno. He's a rhinoceros beetle. He's pretty strange looking, but I'd never say that to his face. He's got big, creepy horns and... well, here he is! Say hi to Bruno!"
 
6     "Yo, Rachel, what's up? I'm Bruno. I thought I heard you say something about me looking strange."
 
7     "Oh no, Bruno. I'd never say anything like that. You look wonderful. Really."
 
8     "I thought so, Rachel. You've noticed my big horns on my head. They look like the horns on a rhinoceros, which is where I get my name. I know they look scary, but I never use them to hurt humans."
 
9     "So what are they for?"

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