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Tara and Tiree, Fearless Friends By Andrew Clements Illustrated by Scott Gustafson
Vocabulary brave - showing no fear of dangerous things - adjective The pilots are very brave.
collar a band put around the neck of a pet - noun The search dog has a collar on his neck.
slipped slid without meaning to - verb The dog slipped back down the hill.
break to hurt or damage - verb Don’t break the light bulb.
family people who are related to each other - noun I love spending time with my family.
heard received sounds through the ear - verb I heard the phone ring.
listen pay attention to sounds- verb I listen to the teacher and raise my hand politely.
once a single time- adverb Once, Hasty saw a bear.
pull - to move by dragging or pulling -verb Tristan pulls the rope.
avalanche snow that suddenly slides down the mountain- noun
courageous full of courage; brave- adjective Firemen and policemen are very courageous.
rescue To save something from danger- verb Firemen rescue people from houses.
Lets’ Review! brave collar slipped break family heard listen once pull avalanche courageous rescue
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