George Goes Home – For Joolie

Many animals live at the zoo.

George is a chameleon and he lives there.

Yesterday, George was taken by the vets for a check-up.

But they didn’t return him to his home that night.

George didn’t know where he was.

He spoke to the animal in the cage next to him.
“Where am I?” he asked Royal, the lion.

“You’re in the doctor’s office,” said the lion.

“How do I get home?” asked George.

“To get home from here, you need to escape,” said Royal.

So George and Royal escaped.
After he escaped, George found himself in a strange new place.

He would have to ask other animals how to get home.

“Where am I?” he asked Russell, the flat-backed turtle.

“You’re in my tank,” Russell told him.

“What is the fastest way to get home?” George asked him.

“The fastest way to get home is to swim,” said Russell.

So they swam across the tank to get a little bit closer to home.

After he swam, George met Victoria, the puffin.

“Where am I?” George asked her.

“You’re on a cliff,” Victoria told him.

“What is the fastest way to get home?” asked George.
“The fastest way to get home from a cliff is to climb,” said Victoria.
So he climbed up the cliff to get a little bit closer to home.
After he climbed, George met Arsenal, the capybara.
“Where am I?” George asked him.
“You’re in a swamp,” Arsenal told him.
“What is the fastest way to get home?” asked George.
“The fastest way to get home in a swamp is to ride,” said Arsenal.
So George rode on Arsenal’s back to get a little bit closer to home.
After his ride, George met Lewis, the giraffe.
“Where am I?” George asked him.
“You’re in a field,” Lewis told him.
“What is the fastest way to get home?” asked George.
“The fastest way to get home in a field is to run,” said Lewis.

So George ran across the field to get a little bit closer to home.

After he ran, George met Heathrow, the flying fox.

“Where am I?” George asked him.

“You’re in a cave,” Heathrow told him.

“What is the fastest way to get home?” asked George.
“The fastest way to get home from a cave is to fly,” said Heathrow.

So George and Heathrow flew to get a little bit closer to home.

After they flew, George met Angel, the tree kangaroo.

“Where am I?” George asked her.

“You’re in a tree,” Angel told him.

“This looks like my home,” said George.

“You must live close by. We should look around,” said Angel.

So George and Angel explored.

“I see it,” said George.

“There’s my home!” he told Angel.

So George finally made it all the way home.

And that was where the zookeepers found him in the morning.

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