PB3 and the Fish
Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali
PB3 finds that helping isn't always as easy as it seems and it's important to think before you act!
PB3 and his robot, Robin, are with their Earth friends, Ben and Sue finding out about life at the beach. Suddenly the evil OOs arrive in their spaceship and try to catch them. In their hurry to escape the two ETs dive into the water and discover another world under the sea. In their attempt to help some grey fish they put them in great danger. Ben and Sue help them to understand but can they put the situation right again?
Grammar and structuress
present simple, present progressive, have got for, possessions, verb + infinitive, conjunctions: and but prepositions of place, can / can't, there's / there are
It's more difficult than, it looks, It's better, It's time for..., I've got an idea!, Ooops!, Oh dear!, Goodbye, come again soon!
In this Reader you will find:
Games and language activities | An audio recording of the story | A picture dictionary
The natura | World | Helping Thinking about consequences
Stage 2 200 headwords | A1 | Starters/Movers | Original
CEFR Level: A1
The Multi-ROM CD that accompanies the Young ELI Readers adds a new, digital dimension to reading in class with an interactive whiteboard (IWB), to reading in the school multimedia centre or to reading at home on the PC.
The Multi-ROM CD allows children to:
- follow fun animations of the story;
- listen to the recordings on either a conventional CD player or a PC;
- do engaging, interactive and auto-correcting exercises.
Judge’s comment: This is a story about robots, aliens, animals and children which makes it interesting for a broad group of learners. It teaches the targeted group to think about the consequences of their actions beforehand. This book is written in a good style and supported with detailed illustrations. The presentation of the story is very creative. Activities are engaging especially the role-play. Teachers and students can think of so many ways to present the story in a fun and interesting approach.
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