A Kiwi in Texas
Guided Rd. Level N
Broadening your 3rd-4th graders reading experiences and literacy comprehension skills is a breeze with our Fluent Fiction Readers! Written in English, A Kiwi in Texas by Rosa Nam tells the story of how eight-year-old Adam misses his friends in New Zealand and wants to move back home. Will a letter from his best friend Joshua and a special school day change his mind?
This fiction reader includes 'Book Club' literacy and comprehension questions like:
- What is one thing Adam misses about New Zealand?
- What would you do to feel less homesick if you moved to a new place?
Find out more in this culturally diverse story your 3rd-4th grader will love!
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