HRRS Fiction Graphic: David and the Black Corsair + MP3 Audio CD
Author: Martyn Hobbs
Paperback: 64 pages
Level: 3 - A2 Adventure | Fantasy
* Recording in British English
It's not a good day for David. It's his mum's birthday but she rushes out without seeing his presents. It's raining and he falls and hurts himself on his way into school. The lessons are either impossible or boring and he leaves his lunch at home. He feels very sorry for himself. Daniel the Black Corsair is feeling sorry for himself, too. He's lost and lonely and far from home.
Can David and Daniel feel happy again?
Helbling Readers Red Series Fiction - Graphic Stories A lively series of fully illustrated stories centred around a group of friends, allowing young readers to identify with both the characters and the stories.
Exciting double-page cartoon spreads feature real dialogue for a communicative approach. Stimulating Before and After Reading pages help and check understanding with Cambridge English: Key (KET) and Trinity Levels 1 to 4 style activities and an Exit Test.
Level 1 - A1
Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools Trinity: 1, 2
A, an; adjectives; adverbs of frequency; can; countable and uncountable nouns; demonstrative adjectives and pronouns; have got; How much/ many?; imperatives; like/love/hate/don't like doing; subject and object pronouns; plural nouns; possessive 's; possessive adjectives; present continuous; present simple; question words; short answers; some/any; the; there is/are
Level 2 - A1/A2
Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools Trinity: 2,3
a lot of, not much, not many; adverbs of manner; and, so, but, because; be going to; comparative; have to/must; mustn't; past continuous; past simple; past simple v. past continuous; possessive pronouns; superlative; to for purpose
Level 3 - A2
Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools Trinity: 3,4
cardinal/ ordinal numbers; ever/never; must/should need to/ have to; one/ones; prepositions of time, place and movement; present perfect; present perfect v. past simple; present continuous for future; question tags; reflexive pronouns; relative pronouns who, which, that; so do I/ neither do I; too plus adjective; indefinite pronouns; will; would like