By Sandra Heyer
A lady will get a mobilephone name, however it is the incorrect quantity. How does this name shop her lifestyles? a guy parks close to a “No Parking” signal and will get a price tag. on a daily basis he is going again to the “No Parking” signal and parks there, and each day he will get a price tag. Why does he hold going again? a lady is riding on a road at a hundred mph, and she or he can't decelerate. What does she do? All New really easy precise tales, through Sandra Heyer, maintains the real tales culture with a better half booklet to really easy actual tales. Written on the comparable examining point, the textual content beneficial properties all new tales and workouts. those fourteen actual believe-it-or-not stories are tailored from newspapers and magazines for starting scholars of English. The tales are advised as easily as attainable and are written solely within the current demanding. the genuine tales sequence comprises: actual tales at the back of the SongsMore real tales at the back of the SongsVery effortless real StoriesAll New really easy real StoriesEasy precise StoriesAll New effortless precise StoriesTrue tales within the information, 3rd EditionMore real tales, 3rd EditionEven truer StoriesBeyond real tales
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We can’t leave Baby. LOGGER: Look, I’m sorry about that. I wasn’t thinking. The little Pine will be cared for and fed and watered. We’ll let it sleep through the winter. Come spring, I’ll be with it most every day. Baby’s pinecones will grow an entire new forest full of castaway pines around here. And I promise you, a few years from now, Baby will be a Christmas tree, too. BABY PINE: Hey, what’s going on? ” LOGGER: May you all find the best in this, the season of snow. Happy holidays. 23 24 Name • 1 INSTRUCTIONS: What do you think the author’s main purpose for writing this story was?
18 AND POPPA PINE: LOGGER: Trees don’t talk. POPPA PINE: Not unless we’ve got something to say. MOMMA PINE: And now we’ve got something to say. Leave Baby Pine alone! LOGGER: I’m sorry. I didn’t think. I just needed some room. MOMMA PINE: Isn’t that always the case? Loggers always need a little room, so they chop down tiny, defenseless trees. LOGGER: That’s not true! MOMMA PINE: I am so angry I could just smack you. POPPA PINE: Look, we know why you’re here, you, you . . presto logger! 19 20 LOGGER: I am not a presto logger.
Com Correlation LEVEL Q Fountas & Pinnell Reading Recovery DRA N 21 30 The Cast: NARRATOR POPPA PINE MOMMA PINE BABY PINE LOGGER The sleeping pines have their heads bowed and their eyes closed. The gentle sound of whispering wind blows through their branches. NARRATOR: Deep in the woods stands a family of three pine trees. Their branches are deep green and their limbs are straight. Two of the pines are fully grown, but the third is tiny—barely more than a shrub. Most of the forest has been cut down around them.