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Step 7 Holding on Okay, this might be the most important step. So pay attention! The second you land on your rhino (he should still be staring at the hula-hoop), you’ll need to grab on to something. It’s a good thing you picked a rhino with a big horn, right? Go ahead and grab hold of that horn with all your might. The more might you have, the better! While you’re holding on, don’t be afraid to say “Whoa, Jo!” or “Steady, Stevie Jo!” or whatever name you’ve come up with, with Jo in it. It’ll help you focus! As my grandpappy always said, “Quit yer jumpin’ around, you crazy kid!” Quite a guy, my grandpappy. Time for step eight!

What must you yell to the rhino as you steady yourself on him? Fill the dialogue box.

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Textbook Design  

As part of 'Untextbook' project, I designed a textbook for Grade V schoolchildren, with a focus on enhanced imagery and experimental layouts...

Textbook Design  

As part of 'Untextbook' project, I designed a textbook for Grade V schoolchildren, with a focus on enhanced imagery and experimental layouts...

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