A Day at a Zoo (Time Goes By) by Sarah Harrison

By Sarah Harrison

Monkeys! Seals! Tigers! try out those 8 action-packed scenes to work out what occurs in the course of an entire day at a hectic zoo. In each one photograph, the zoo buzzes with task. viewers, zookeepers, and animals circulation from position to put. search for the alterations that ensue. maintain your eye at the clock too. via spending a complete day within the related position, you could watch occasions spread from morning to nighttime.

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He pulled on Cam’s sleeve. “Get down,” he said. ” Cam didn’t move. She kept looking through the window. “We can call the museum,” Eric said. ” “Someone is coming through the door,” Cam said. ” Eric quickly climbed onto the box. Cam and Eric watched the Milkman take the brown bag out of the box. The bag was tied with string. The Milkman tried to untie the knot. He couldn’t. ” he called into the house. “Use the scissors,” a woman’s voice answered. The Milkman reached into one of the boxes. He took out a pair of scissors and cut the string.

Cam said. ” Cam closed her eyes. ” Then she thought for a moment. Inside the house there was a noise. Someone was coming out. “It’s four, eighteen, thirty-six,” Cam said. Eric turned the knob. The lock opened. Cam and Eric got on their bicycles just as the Milkman ran out of the house. ” he yelled. ” Cam said to Eric. Cam looked both ways. No cars were coming. She quickly rode across the street. Eric followed her. Just as they got across the street, they heard the door of the milk truck open and shut.

Cam counted the bones on the postcard a few times. Then she said, “I counted thirty-four on the tail. ” Chapter Four Cam looked at her watch. It was two-thirty. “Come on, Eric,” she said. ” Eric put the postcards and whistles in his pocket, and they went to meet the class in the lobby. Ms. Benson asked the class to line up. Then she led them to the school bus. On the bus Cam and Eric talked about the missing dinosaur bones. ” Eric asked. ” Cam added. “The skeleton is wired together. ” The bus stopped in the school parking lot.

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