Can the children save a baby whale on the beach with the help of some Viking children? (And a little help from Granny Fixit, of course!).
When the children go with their mother to a Viking archaeological site Granny Fixit organises an interesting encounter for them with some Viking children. Together they find a baby whale on the beach. Will they be able to help the baby whale go back to its mother in the sea?
Family and friends, sport, the world around us
Grammar and structures
Present simple - Present progressive
- Have got for possessions - Can for permission - Can for ability
Would you like to … / Let’s … - Thank
you – Ooops - Er… - Suddenly … -
Pronouns: I / you / we, my / our /
your – Too - Descriptive adjectives -
Question words: where, what - Look out! - Ah! Help! - Oh! - Shh!
In this Reader you will find:
Games and language activities | A video Multi-Rom of the story | A picture dictionary
Friendship across cultural boundaries | Resourcefulness | Kindness to animals
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