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Sue Arengo - The Fisherman and His Wife
Read the tale of the fisherman's wife who always wants more... A retelling of the classic story for learners of English Classic Tales - bringing the magic of traditional storytelling to language learning The stories are carefully graded at Levels 1-5 to provide easy and enjoyable reading. Beautiful illustrations on every page work closely with the text tohelp understanding. Each Classic Tale also includes activities related to the story, and a picture dictionary or glossary. Level 2: 150 headwords
Sue Arengo - Sleeping Beauty
"One day, this little princess will prick her finger on a spindle and she will die! said the bad fairy. So they burnt all the spinning wheels in the country. But nobody knew about the old spinning wheel in the old tower. One day, the Princess pricked her finger on a spindle, and fell to the floor. The good fairy came and said some magic words. The Princess and everyone in the castle slept for a hundred years. Who did the Princess see when she opened her eyes?"
Sue Arengo - Little Red Riding Hood
A little girl went into the forest to visit her Grandma. Her mother told her not to stop and play, and not to leave the road. But the little girl met a wolf, told the wolf where she was going, and left the path to pick some flowers. The wolf ran to Grandma's house, ate her, put on one of her nightdresses, and got into Grandma's bed. Does the wolf eat Little Red Riding Hood, too? What happens when Little Red Riding Hood's father finds the wolf?
Sue Arengo - Snow White and the seven dwarfs
"Snow White's stepmother, the Queen, was jealous. Her magic mirror said that Snow White was more beautiful than the Queen. She told a huntsman to kill the girl, but he couldn't do it. Snow White went to live with seven dwarfs. But the Queen tried to kill her with a tight ribbon, a poisoned comb, and a poisoned apple. Show White looked as if she was only asleep, so the dwarfs put her in a glass box. A Prince fell in love with her but how did he save her?"
Sue Arengo - Aladdin
Enjoy the famous tale of Aladdin and the wondweful old lamp. A retelling of the classic story for learners of English Classic Tales – bringing the magic of traditional storytelling to language learning The stories are carefully graded at Levels 1-5 to provide easy and enjoyable reading. Beautiful illustrations on every page work closely with the text to help understanding. Each Classic Tale also includes activities related to the story, and a picture dictionary or glossary. Level 3: 200 headwords
Sue Arengo - Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Three bears went out of their house, and a naughty little girl pushed open the door and went in. Father bear's porridge was hot, mother bear's was cold, but baby bear's was just right and she ate it. Father bear's chair was high, mother bear's was low, but baby bear's was just right. She sat on it and broke it. Father bear's bed was hard, mother bear's was soft, but baby bear's was just right and she went to sleep. What happened next?
Sue Arengo - Three Billy-Goats
Three goats want to go over the troll's bridge. Please don't eat me! says the little goat. Wait for the next goat. He's big. And the little goat goes over the bridge. The big goat says, Wait for the next goat. He's very big. And the big goat goes over the bridge. What does the very big goat say to the troll?l Classic Tales These traditional favorite stories are ideal for children. Each beautifully illustrated story is retold in language that students easily understand. Each book includes activities, puzzles, and an illustrated glossary. The Big Books are large-format full-color editions of Classic Tales.
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