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Reading Olympics 2011 Elementary

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THE UNDERNEATH by Kathi appelt She remembers belonging to someone. Having a home. But that is in the past. Now she is alone and needs to figure out how to survive in this forest. Then she hears the slow, sorrowful song in the distance. She knows she probably should get near the sound but it is so sad, she must. She is shocked to find an old bloodhound chained to a delapitated cabin. Why would anyone want to chain up a dog like that. She decides to try to cheer up the dog. For his part, the dog had never had a friend. Or anyone that cared about him. The man that lives here, the one that chained him up, is brutal and has hurt him on more than one occasion. But now the bloodhound has a friend and encourages the little cat to stay under the cabin and out of the way of the bad man. She, and her soon to be born kittens, must stay in the Underneath. BECAUSE OF WINN-DIXIE by Kate DiCamillo Why hello there my name is Opal and I just moved to a new town with my dad who is the preacher in this here town. When I first got to this town I was feeling pretty lonely until one day I was at a store and there was a stray dog in it. The owner was mad so I said she was mine. That is how I got Winn-Dixie because it was the name of the store. She was my first real friend and helped me make so many more. She is a really great dog I also think that she helped me talk to my Dad about my mom. She left me and my father and it has been hard to understand why. Winn-Dixie has helped me more then she will ever know. We are throwing a party with all the new friends we've made together. At the party it started to rain and thunder. Everyone ran inside but when I went to go find Winn-Dixie she was not there. If I don't find her I don't know what I will do! THE BFG by Roald Dahl What is a BFG? Why a Big, Friendly Giant, of course! Sophie is awake at night when she spies a tall, giant person in a black cloak walking through her London Street and blowing something that looks like a trumpet into the neighbor’s window. All of the sudden, she is snatched by the BFG and taken into Giant country. Follow Sophie’s adventures as she befriends the BFG, meets the Queen of England and matches wits with the other Big, not-so-friendly Giants! BUNNICULA: A RABBIT TALE OF MYSTERY by James Howe This story is told by Harold, a dog who lives with the Monroes including 2 boys: Toby age 8 and Pete age 10. Chester is a cat who also lives with them. One night the family brings home a bunny and names it Bunnicula, since they had just been to see the movie Dracula. After the people go to be, Chester notices strange things happening to the bunny (Read some of page 20). (Read some of page 21). CALL IT COURAGE by Sperry Armstrong Set in the South Seas before the age of discovery. Mafatu, son of the great chief of a small island didn't dare take on the ocean. The ocean had taken his mother away and he was afraid the god of the sea wanted him too. After much chiding from his family, he knew he would leave to go away from the island. He had to save his family's honor. "Call It Courage" is the story of the voyage Mafatu took and the dangers he met -- the great storm, the wild pig, the shark, the giant octopus and finally, the tribe of drum-beating, flesh eaters whose sacred island he had desecrated by living there. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl Young Charlie Bucket can’t believe his luck when he finds the very last of Mr. Willy Wonka’s Golden Tickets inside his chocolate bar. He wins the trip of a lifetime, a magical tour around Mr. Wonka’s mysterious chocolate factory. Once inside, Charlie and the other four winnersAugustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Violet Beauregarde, and Mike Teaveewitness amazing wonders: rainbow drops, lickable wallpaper, and even a chocolate waterfall. But what happens when the children, one by one, disobey Mr. Wonka?
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