Adapted from The Province by Nila Gopaul
Do you like to garden?
Do you wear gloves
when you garden?
They are probably made
by a company called Watson Gloves.
The shop that cuts for charity
Adapted from The Vancouver Sun by Nancy Carson
Iveta, 47, and Anna, 37, live in Vancouver.
And they cut hair. They cut men’s hair.
“No women, no children. Just men,” Anna said.
A shop for men
The shop has two TVs. The TVs show sports.
The walls have photos of hockey players.
A new home for senior elephants
A trip from Seattle to Oklahoma City
Adapted from the Vancouver Sun by Nancy Carson
Two seniors are going
to a new home.
Their new home is 3,219 kilometres away.
The trip takes 35 to 40 hours.
They are going in a very large truck.
The truck is called a flatbed.
Each senior rides in a big crate.
They will be comfortable.
The truck stops along the way.
They can rest at the stops.
The staff at their old home
packed a lot of food for the long trip.
They packed 91 kilograms of pellets.
They packed 300 kilograms of hay.
Six big boxes of fruit are on the truck.
and honeydew melon are in the boxes.
And two balls for play are on the truck.
They will have lots of water.
The truck has a 246-litre tank.