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• p 16B Wednesday, July 16, 2014 -au,,u=,, ncufu, rogresswe, elJUr cur C Some bears growl, run or even...   ,,  _ (- ",...climb a tree if there is any dangl... 2014 ,-4.#*" yv/ v \\;. www.readingclubfun.com Annimills LLC© V11-29 &apos;, lJ ' ' ' rnnn_d Us? turtles s Hiding All,/ Whew, lt's w°°dpeckers3 f I live by the ocean. When birds swoop too too sunny| 2 birds m 5 near or people's feet come too close, I quickly 4rl I [/' (  \\;,,?j bury myself in the mud You may see a tiny and hot. --  'J..C.), ripple and some air bubbles in the sand where s   I have "disappeared." ,   When you scurry through woods or fields, m fl /  near ponds or in your own yard, you miss many 7 r creatures of nature. Try walking very slowly. Creep at a snail's pace. If you are 1 squids " " i Lvery quiet, you will have many surprises. Lifng things are hiding all around you ==) Read the clues to fill in the BIG crossword. r" 1 alligator 8 1. has a stiff back and dark coloring - 2 4 snails looks like a floating log in the swamp 2. these babies in a nest are often the same color as twigs and branches: brown, striped, spotted 3. gila __ hide in saguaro cacti to AI stay out of the heat (New Mexico) and keep safe from coyotes, hawks, snakes ' 4. hide in base of hollowed out trees to keep out of sight from bobcats, coyotes while sleeping all day 5. brown fur lets them hide in fields and sneak up on prey 6 i A chameleons S 6. stay hidden in trees; sleep until the sun goes down, then hunt for food 7. tree  hide from birds, snakes; green skin blends with leaves, pond scum, lilypads 8. live in trees; can change color to match the green or brown leaves they are on  9. have shells to protect their soft bodies; pull back inside their shells to escape danger 10. may blend in with flowers or dead leaves so that hungry birds pass by them 11. hide in mud; only eyes and nostrils show; shells can look like a rocks in the water J 12. boneless sea creatures; change their skin color or patterns; squirt 'ink to escape raccoons i!i:i!i:iiiiii:iiiiiii!!i i butterflies 6 coyotes 9. ! S ! ]f chewed  4 b--/ d How many of these 6 "signs" that !iUe/ animals may leave behind have you ( 21 6 (sound and.drops see. F!I! !n II '// I ^t ^ ,3f-.:€.,"...,I Ine MALL II S rnmerJ crossor ', _tJ: , , On Wed., July 9th, 16th qrl i 3 ''" "and 23rd we will send out an extra, free, summer surprise. See you then! Another July Surprise: Sign up for our free July Summer Samples - fill out our form with code FREEJULY14 @ .readingclubfun.com How Do F’ imals Hide? o o o -Uo 1 5 7 • . .., Li2 .) ("- I had to run away quickly to keep from belng"  --1 6 L%.od . . /9 • "  8  " "...-J eaten, but Mother Nature has wisely g,ven her | ... • 80 81 , • o • 9 • ee L,.. " creatures many ways to protect themselves. J 69  78 2 "=.=10 .A.O t(.f-,...J  \\;1 Some animals: ,.,. •70 77 • 76  •11 k, .. -.__. , ' puff up to appear larger  , 67.  • 72 o • 7= 15" 14.13 . (" ' , u  ,play"dead" ('-Icanflyaway°r(Y°t, n] °4 • 74o6 Colormein. • o 18 24  blend into the tall grasses or snow hide if I need to. I/I o,,,, '1 65 73 16 • 17 .^ 22 • 26 • taste bad or are poisonous also taste awful tol I Tun tl / 35 •]  • • ,run swiftly or leap great distances birdsand animals. J t .,) 0 63" o62 o60 / o o 25 .1 L ( • 21 23 •27 "false eyes" which use are not ./ 20 • 0 58• 59 36 • • •29 • 28 51 o 47 53 50 • • 52 48 • 6 • 45 eyes at all, but look like them Can you match each insect below to one way it protects itself?. (Hint: Use each of the answers twice.) 1. ladybird beetle (lady bug) /A. scares with 2. bee / / false 'eyes' 3. caterpillar of the swallowtail butterfly / 4. wasp •  B. tastes bad 5. monarch butterfly 6. cecropia silkworm moth  C. stings 49 • • 31 • 30 40 28 57. ° ° ,, - 33 ('Myhard, bonybac 39 41 v/no 0 .... I helps to protect me 56 • . - - /" €  Ifrom bears, coyotes I? L_)[andotheranimals. • • 55 • You might not be able to I • 0 see me, but I can see you..J)Χ ')') .,J ; 44 0 0 •43 Follow the dots to see me.   "" Can You See I'm eating my lunch in this cool, moist spot. Follow the color key to color in the puzzle to see me: G = Green Y = Yellow B = Brown You might spot me at the oceanside or in your own garden! My body is long and moist and I leave slime wherever I go. I have to watch out for snakes, turtles, toads and birds too. When I am threatened I pull back into my nice hard shell. I don't like a lot of sun and heat. When it is too hot, I seal off the entrance to my shell to keep from drying too much. f , {Can you me? see M I am an lama o @ O .J ._1 ’n E €-- t- < ..o -o 0 O #. CL Z KIDS PAGE SPONSORED BY: m 1953 E. Main St., Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) ,3e us (m, es 530-283-4463 .............. Founding Father and one of the three authors of the Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755-July 12, 1804), wrote this concerning the naOare of liberty: The fundamental source of all your errors, sophisms, and false reasonings is a total ignorance of the natural rights of mankind. Were you once to become acquainted with these, you could never entertain a thought that all men ar not, by nature, entitled to a parity of privileges. You would be convinced that natural liberty is a gift of the beneficent Creator to the while human race; and that civil liberty is fc unded in tl K ,t and cannot be wrested from any people, without the most manifest violation of justice. Alexander Hamilton