Written by Natalie Grady Illustrated by Jessica Giurbino

Written by Natalie Grady Illustrated by Jessica Giurbino

Written by Natalie Grady Illustrated by Jessica Giurbino and Natalie Grady Sandy Dune and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dune, are

getting ready to go to the beach in North Carolina for a ten day vacation. Sandy turned five this year, so his mom decided to

let him try to pack his suitcase all by himself. Mr. Dune got Sandys suitcase down from the attic and took it to Sandys room so he could start

packing. Excited to be packing all by himself, Sandy begins by packing one pair of goggles, so he can see

underwater in the ocean. Next he packs two bathing suits, so he has one for the ocean and one for the swimming pool at their

vacation house. Sandy puts three pairs of underpants into his suitcase because he knows he always needs those.

He needs something to sleep in, so Sandy packs four pairs of pajamas.

When hes not at the beach or in the pool, Sandy needs something dry to wear, so he adds five pairs of shorts to his suitcase.

After Sandy is finished swimming in the ocean, hell need something to do on the beach, so he packs six sand toys.

Mrs. Dune comes in to see how Sandy is doing with his packing. He adds seven more pairs of underpants to his suitcasebecause Mom said so.

Sandy Dune and his family have a long drive from their house in Ohio to the beach, so hell need something to do in the car. Sandy puts eight games and toys into his suitcase to play with on the way.

He already packed his shorts for the trip but needs something to wear with them, so Sandy adds nine t-shirts to his suitcase.

Sandys suitcase is almost full, but he cant leave home without his favorite thing. Sandy squeezes in his ten favorite books.

Mrs. Dune comes in to make sure Sandy didnt forget to pack anything, and then Mr. Dune loads the suitcase into the trunk of the car.

Once everyone is in the car, the Dune family begins their long drive from Ohio to North Carolina.

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