Inferences from "Jack and the Beanstalk"
Jayvien Romney
Author: Maggie Moore

"Jack and his mother were very poor. All they had was a cow. So, one day day, Jack went to the market to sell the cow."

Infer: They did that so they could have money to get things they needed.

Infer: Picture of mom and  Jack, she looked like she was angry at Jack and threw his beans out of the window.

Suddenly, the floor began to shake, and jack heard a very loud voice.

Infer: It could be a big person in the castle.

Be he alive or be he dead, I'll grind his bones to make my bread!

Infer: The giant man could have wanted to eat Jack for being in his castle.

Infer: Picture holding a hen. The giant could have been mad because Jack was trying to take the hen.

Jack reached the bottom and picked up his ax, and chopped  down the beanstalk, the giant fell to the ground with a thud.

Infer: Jack ran down from the beanstalk to get away from the giant, and the giant fell and hurt his self, and maybe could have died.

A picture of the hen with lots of golden eggs, and Jack and his mother standing happily, and dressed nice.

Infer: They probably got rich all because of what jack did, when he took the hen.

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