My Great Grandpa

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Reading Comprehension My Great-Grandpa by Dina McClellan My great-grandpa remembers lots of things that happened a long time ago in another country. He remembers the day he caught the biggest fish, and all the men cheered, and his dad cheered the loudest. He remembers picking fruit in the summer, and the sweet sting of the sun on his back like the taste of the lemonade he loved. He’s an old man now, and growing forgetful, but when he smiles at me and calls me Sunshine I can almost see him as he was then— Tall as a tree, strong as an ox, taking a break with a cool glass of lemonade The boy who caught the biggest fish. ™ © Advanced Assessment Systems/LinkIt! Duplication is restricted to licensees only.

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