Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Archaeology: Neighbours, The Treasure Hunt Box D by Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona MacGregor, Melany Porter
  

Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Archaeology: Neighbours, The Treasure Hunt Box D

Written by Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona MacGregor, Melany Porter
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Part of the Rainbow Reading Archeology Series

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Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Archaeology: Neighbours, The Treasure Hunt Box D by Daphne Paizee, Ian Lusted, Fiona MacGregor, Melany Porter

A digger digs trenches for new pipes in First Avenue. When the digging is over, the children explore the mounds of earth and holes. They look for buried treasure. After finding several worthless items like fish bones and an old wrench, they find an old broken plate with a gold edge. They are convinced that it is valuable, so they each decide to take a piece home. Lindi's dad is horrified when he sees the treasure. He confesses that he buried the plate in the field after he broke it, because he was too scared to tell his wife. Lindi's mom arrives home, but they quickly hide the evidence from her.

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Format

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

9780521758840


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