Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Life and Living: Neighbours, Snake! Box C by Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona Macgregor, Melany Porter
  

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Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Life and Living: Neighbours, Snake! Box C by Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona Macgregor, Melany Porter

Lindi and Spike see a snake slither into the Vilakazis' garden. Lindi tells the twins that the snake is in their garden. They look for it, can't fi nd it and assume it went into Sam's garden. They tell Sam, but in their minds, the size of the snake has increased, so they tell him that it is big. When they can't find the snake in Sam's garden, they assume it is at the Mokwena's house. They tell Mrs Mokwena that a very large snake may be in her garden. They can't find it there and assume it's moved onto the Allies' house. They tell Nuha that a huge snake may be in her garden. They meet other people from the neighbourhood and each time they tell them about the snake they refer to it as even larger than before. It turns out to be a small, harmless mole snake.

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Paperback
16 pages

Author

Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona Macgregor, Melany Porter
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

26th February 2009

ISBN

9780521758437


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