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Kyle! Kyle! What?! 40 Okay. . You thought I was a werewolf? WelL, you did go into the forest at night. During a fulL moOn. Your eyebrows are a bit bushy. I’m not sure what eyebrows and hamburgers have to do with it. . And you like rare hamburgers. If other animals can change shape to survive, a man could turn into a wolf, right? Remember what Loraine said about the rabBits? They did change but very slowly. I don’t think Kyle could’ve changed into a wolf overnight. This is why I was in the forest.

And I was colLecting mosS to keEp the wind from blowing through. Next, we’lL pile leaves on top. 43 Oh, I want to stay! No! Me toO! Not this time. Besides, I think you’ve already misSed dinNer. You’d betTer hurRy back, before it gets dark. You don’t want a werewolf to get you. Rawr! THE END Experiments Try these fun experiments at home or in your classroom. Make sure you have an adult help out. Eat Like a Bird You will need: jar or cup, sand, berries, nuts, raisins, seeds, cooked spaghetti, coffee grounds, leaves, pliers, nutcracker, drinking straw, tweezers, sieve or strainer, and tape 1.

Come on, Angie! We have to save Rashawn! He’s the only brother I’ve got! Which way did they go? What is that awful smelL? I have no idea. Someone bent the leaves as they pasSed by. That means they went this way. I stilL don’t think there’s any such thing as werewolves. 38 ShH-loOk! EwW, skunk cabBage! Oh no, he’s changing! What do we do? Okay, let me think . . We neEd to feEd him wolfsbane. Isn’t that stufF poisonous? We can’t do that! Right, okay. And I guesS a silver bulLet’s out of the question.

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