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Gaag: Porcupine James. Table of Contents. What does it look like. Page 1 What does it eat? Page 2 How does it move? Page 3 How does it feel? Page 4 Tracks Page 5 Sculpture Page 6 Where does it live? Page 7 Author’s page. Page 8 . What a Gaag looks like.

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Gaag:PorcupineJames


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Table of Contents

  • What does it look like. Page 1

  • What does it eat? Page 2

  • How does it move? Page 3

  • How does it feel? Page 4

  • Tracks Page 5

  • Sculpture Page 6

  • Where does it live? Page 7

  • Author’s page. Page 8


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What a Gaag looks like.

  • Short legs

  • Short tail

  • Sharp quills

  • Small animal


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Porcupines like to eat

  • Plants

  • Buds

  • Twigs

  • Fruit

  • Grass


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How porcupines move.

  • Four feet

  • Slowly


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What a Gaag feels like.

I feel:

  • pokey

    Like a:

  • needle





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Author’s Page

About the author:

  • I am James, the author of this book about Gaag.

  • I am 6 years old and I am in the first grade at Little Black Bear Elementary.

  • I dedicate this book to Grandma.