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Cricket’s Garden Adventure By: Laurine Lewis Cricket was carried away from his home last night by an evil human child in a glass jar. This morning he escaped. Should he go home by way of the pond or down the path by the rock wall ?

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Cricket was carried away from his home last night by an evil human child in a glass jar. This morning he escaped.

Should he go home by way of the pond or down the path by the rock wall?

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Oh, sorry. The fish in the pond were hungry and cricket was a nutritious morning snack.

Cricket is dead.

Try again.

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Yes, cricket is on his way home! This is a beautiful rock wall to take a nap in, but cricket must get home.

Should he go through the yellow flower bed or the red flower bed?

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Yes, cricket is on his way home! This is a beautiful place to day dream, but cricket must get home.

Should he go through the vegetable garden or by the garden bench?

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Yes, cricket is home. There is a buffet of good things to eat here.

Welcome home, cricket!

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