Out of the Dust Reading Guide (Saddleback's Focus on Reading by Kathryn Brousseau

By Kathryn Brousseau

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He was going to sing on the radio and perhaps get a job. 6. a photographer from the Toronto Star newspaper 7. She couldn’t do it because her hands wouldn’t work. 8. to hear Mad Dog Craddock sing on the radio 9. the Reverend Bingham and his wife 10. She had hoped that Billie Jo would go to Panhandle A & M to study music. Deepen Your Understanding Answers will vary. VI. Summer 1935–Autumn 1935 Build Your Vocabulary Wording and definitions may vary. Students may remember the definitions given in the Vocabulary Words to Know section of Focus Your Reading, or they may refine the definition based on the context and the reading overall.

7. She dreams of making pies, sauce, pudding, dumplings, and so forth. 8. It came too fast and too hard. It washed away the soil and the wheat. 9. She doesn’t want Billie Jo to be tired, and she doesn’t want her chores to slip. 10. She likes being part of the crowd, she likes being somewhere new and different, and she can play the piano. Deepen Your Understanding Answers will vary. You may want to take the opportunity to conduct a minilesson on point of view. You may want to introduce the word narrator when discussing who tells the story.

They know she caused her mother’s accident. c. They know fire changed her life. 7. What is the rain’s gift? a. cattle b. feed c. grass 8. Which hometown people sing big-time music in Amarillo? a. Miller Rice and Vera b. Arley Wanderdale and Mad Dog c. Billie Jo Kelby and Arley Wanderdale 3. Where are Billie Jo and her father going when the dust storm hits? a. to church and then a picnic b. to town to do some shopping c. to Grandma Lucas’s funeral 9. What is in the parcel found at the church? a.

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