Out in the World

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by Judy Rosenbaum If I could go traveling out in the world, Then Alaska’s the place I would go. I’d look for the footprints of foxes and wolves And watch polar bears play in the snow. I’d take part in a race on a sled pulled by dogs And glide speedily over the ice. Our lightning-quick run would make everyone cheer, And we’d win! How amazingly nice. In Alaska—but no! Maybe I’d choose Brazil. It has grasslands and rivers and lakes. And a rain forest teeming with millions of birds And twenty-foot-long giant snakes. Our planet’s so full of great places to see! They’re out there for people to find. I’ll tell you the ones where I most want to be, As soon as I make up my mind! ™ © Advanced Assessment Systems/LinkIt! Duplication is restricted to licensees only.

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