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Sarah Wheatley's version of Woodsong

Teacher: Mrs. Ashour
Across
Impose something unpleasant
Straps connecting a harnessed dog to a sled
A statement that is contradictory or opposed to common sense and yet is true
1,180-mile dogsled race
Belonging to or characteristic of an early stage of development or underdeveloped
A striving to win in competition, rivalry
Plays a trick on Olaf
Temperature
The yard dog (page 64)
A team that takes the driver out to check and clear traps
Device for stopping a dogsled
Main line to which all dogs are attached
Large size
To make more bearable
Author's first name
Straps or bands used to hitch an anilam to a cart, plow, or other piece of equipment
Removed from a job due to advancing age
To the opposite effect from what has been stated or what is expected
To loosen, detatch, or free
Hen that adopts the grouse's eggs
A stance or disposition with regard to something
Down
Teaches a lesson about trust
Drove the doe mad (page 60)
a group of two or more arranged one behind the other
Setting where Woodsong took place
"honest" dog
to force air violently through the nostrils
To lose drive or effectiveness
Something that is given generously
Almost but not quite, nearly
In a frenzy to kill/ in a violent rage
Clearly noticeable; done with emphasis
To look like
An increase of temperature with height through a layer of air
Showing complete lack of thought or common sense
Name of the bear
To confuse or puzzle mentally
To sound with a monotonous hum
Lacking knowledge or comprehension of the thing specified
A usually undressed skin with its hair, wool or fur
Very aggressive sled dog