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Never Again



Never Again
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 2 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.33

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    locker, pounding, streetlights, imagination, yards, vent, folded, arms, onto, borrow, scary, darkness, lights, there, were, movie
     content words:    What Evil Walks, Dark Streets


Never Again
By Kathleen W. Redman
  

1     There were only two of them.
 
2     Just two words on the page.
 
3     Justin didn't know what they meant. They made him feel afraid, though. He didn't even know why. How could words make you feel afraid?
 
4     He looked at the paper again. He had found it in his locker. Someone had written those two words on the page. The paper had been folded into a tiny square. It had been pushed through the vent holes in the top of his locker.
 
5     Who had written those two words? Why had they put the paper in his locker? What did those words mean?
 
6     NEVER AGAIN.
 
7     That's what it said. NEVER AGAIN. Never again what? Was it something he wasn't supposed to do again? Was it something that would never happen again?
 
8     Justin couldn't figure it out. All he knew was that it made him feel creepy.
 
9     He folded the paper back into a little square and put it in his backpack. He closed his locker door and walked quickly through the dark gym. It had been a long practice and he had a long walk home.

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