The Scared Bear
I’m an old bear, and I know how to find food in a campsite. When I saw the blue box with the white
top, I knew it would have some cold goodies in it.
If the car it was in was locked, I could easily reach in
one of the open windows to grab some beef jerky.
I lumbered over to the car, almost tasting that chewy
jerky already. Then, the most awful sound came from
the tent: “Mom, look at that huge bear!”
I rushed away to get breakfast somewhere safer. Kids,
with their loud voices and creepy, little hands, have
scared me ever since I was a cub.
Who told the story?
Where did the bear think the beef jerky could be found?
What does the word lumbermen in the passage?
Which of the following events happened first in the story?
Why did the bear run away from the campsite?