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He wished for a big glob of cheese spread. Cheese was next, but not just one kind. Up and down the ladder of wishes he climbed. He piled on more and more. He finally had to sandwish a crane to drop on the last slice of bread. 10 9 He slapped on lettuce, a fresh tomato, and pickles. He added relish and a slice of eye-watering onion. This special boy was ready to eat. But where could he start? He walked around and around, looking up and down. There was no way to start eating this sandwish. There was no way to end.

Com for thousands of books and materials. , for serving as consultants on this book. Written by Ned Jensen Building a Bridge Level I Leveled Reader © 2005 ProQuest Learning Page Written by Ned Jensen Illustrations by Fred Volke ReadingA–ZTM All rights reserved. com Correlation LEVEL I Fountas & Pinnell Reading Recovery DRA I 15 16 Royal Gorge Bridge, Canon City, Colorado Bridges are long and short. They can be high above the water. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California They can be near the water.

I run, swim, and ride my bike. I like to be active and move my body.

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