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Brave as a Mountain Lion Edited by Meg Randolph realistic fiction
reservation land set aside for Native Americans Soon the reservation would be covered with darkness.
dreaded to be afraid or scared of dread Tonight he dread his father’s coming.
stomping Walking heavily Soon he heard the sound of his father and his brother, Will, stomping the snow from their boots.
inform To tell Dear parent, I am pleased to inform you that your son has qualified for the spelling bee.
qualify able or fit I am please to inform you that your son has qualified for the spelling bee.
Mountain lion A large wild cat that lives in the mountians. mountain lion Above his head hung a picture of a mountain lion his dad had painted.
mysterious strange; difficult to sense mysterious But Spider thought she was talking to him in her own mysterious way.
peg a wood dowel used to hang things on Please hang your jacket on the “J” peg. Other important words to know.
emblem a symbol Which emblem stands for first aid?
dan g le hang freely Look at that spider dan g le below its web.
gymnasium a building used for sports training Our class exercises in the gymnasium.
depend to have faith in I depend on the love of my family.
livestock farm animals Ranchers care for their livestock.
beam a ray of light Beamssunlight Beams of sunlight shine through the clouds.
mural a large painting, usually on a wall Does your school have any murals?
platter a large shallow dish used for serving food Mother served us meats on a platter.
shove push roughly It isn’t nice to shove someone.
spirit energy of soul; inner life force Those who are brave are strong in spirit.
swirl a spiral; the shape of something rotating The wind swirled the leaves in the yard.
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
A. as is a couldn’t does could has wouldn’t.
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