Book: A Picnic Surprise!

Num dia ensolarado, Sarah e Jack vão brincar e fazer um piquenique num parque. Jack não está muito animado, porém, de repente, tem uma ideia que faz tudo mudar de figura.

Book: A Picnic Surprise! - Level 2
Macmillan Children's Readers

A Picnic Surpirse! is a level two reader. Its fun and informative subject matter will capture a child's interest in reading and learning English while reinforcing the basic structures and vocabulary found in most primary courses.
Book A Picnic Surprise

Key Features:
Can be used as supplementary reading material with any primary course.
Activity pages and a picture dictionary or wordlist can be found at the back of each reader.
Upper levels have fact files and non-fiction subject matter to interest both boys and girls.
Accompanying Audio CDs give children a chance to listen to as well as read the stories.

Written by Amanda Cant
Illustrated by Ángeles Peinador

Good morning, Jack and Sarah. Look! It’s sunny today.
Great! Let’s go to the park.
I’m tired.
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Sarah and Jack are in the kitchen.
I know. Let’s make a picnic.
I’m bored.

I’m hungry. Can I have an apple, please?
No, sorry, Jack.
Can I have a banana, please?
No, sorry, Jack.

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Can I have a biscuit, please?
No, sorry, Jack.
Can I have a sandwich, please?
No, Jack. Wait for our picnic!

Sarah and Jack are in the living room.
Let’s take the camera to the park.
Can you take a photo of me now, Sarah?
No, sorry, Jack.
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Let’s take the football to the park.
Can we play football now, Sarah?
No, sorry, Jack.

Jack is in the garden.
He's bored.
Oh, hello tortoise!
Are you bored too?
I've got an idea.

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Sarah and Jack are in the park.
It's sunny and hot.
Let's play.
Thi is great!
I'm happy now.

Let's have our picnic.
Good idea. I'm Hungry. Can I have an apple, please?
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What's this in my bag? Is it an apple?
Hey, I can see...
...a tortoise! Oh, Jack!

Let's take a phto, Mum!
Smile!
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Activities.
1 - Read an match.
I'm bored.
I'm hungry.
I'm happy.
I'm tired.

2 - Find and count.
apples - 4
sandwiches -
biscuits -
bananas -
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Picture Dictionary
sunny, park, tired, kitchen, picnic, bored, hungry, apple, banana, biscuit, sandwich, living room, camera, photo, football, garden, tortoise, idea, happy, bag.
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 Macmillan Children's Readers.

This is a 6 level series of readers for children learning English, bringing together a variety of enjoyable fiction and non-fiction titles.

The series provides reinforcement of the basic structures and vocabulary contained in most major primary courses.

* Activities and a picture dictionary or wordlist at the back of each reader.
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