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By Jude Welton

Nine-year-old Adam dreads activities Day - he often comes final within the races and not will get selected for the workforce occasions. So he's thrilled whilst Mr Williams, the top instructor, publicizes that this yr there'll be an alternate activities Day with a few very diverse demanding situations. there'll be quizzes, riddles to unravel, and a treasure hunt - all the pieces that Adam enjoys. eventually he will have an opportunity of successful something.

But because the pageant runs excessive, how will Adam suppose if his ally Josie beats him to the problem Cup? And what is going to they do after they observe that James, the hot boy within the classification, is cheating?

A enjoyable and soaking up kid's tale, Adam's replacement activities Day is acceptable for kids elderly 7 and over.

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It was the only thing that she didn’t enjoy about their friendship. She knew she wasn’t very competitive compared to most people, but she did have the right to win sometimes, didn’t she, without feeling bad about it? Adam was glad the lesson was art. He enjoyed art. The art teacher, Mr Sims, came to school once a week to teach all the classes. Adam sometimes did drawing with Mrs Forest too, but that was different. Mrs Forest used drawings to go over situations that he had found difficult. 49 Sometimes they drew what Mrs Forest called “comic strip conversations”.

I hope things s us sc di to morning 54 Mum brought Adam his cup of tea in bed. As she opened his bedroom door, he pulled the duvet over his head so that she couldn’t see him. And he couldn’t see her. He didn’t want to see anybody. Mum put the teacup down on the bedside table. ” “I don’t want a cup of tea. ” “Well, I’ll leave your tea on the table, shall I? ” No response. ” She could see the duvet move slightly and reached over to where she thought Adam’s head was, in an attempt to find his hair and stroke it.

KEY TO HIEROGLYPHS A D E F H I K M N O P R S T U W Y Z CRACK THE CODE 28 Adam started to go systematically through the key at the top of the page. He was familiar with the hieroglyph symbols, but he knew there were lots of slightly different versions. So he checked carefully, memorizing the equivalent letters and pictures. It was confusing, as some of the English letters, such as e and y, and u and w, had the same hieroglyphs. He had to work out what made sense. ) …TREA…SURE…WINS IT This was just like the game he and Josie played with each other.

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