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By Deborah Lock

DK Readers might help your baby learn how to learn and inspire a life-long love of examining. inspire your baby to learn. discover all in regards to the theatre. subscribe to Jake and his mum as they have a look round a theatre in any respect the surroundings, props and costumes. DK Readers are a part of a five-level hugely pictorial studying scheme, which makes use of energetic illustrations and interesting tales to inspire examining. point 2 have lengthy sentences, elevated vocabulary, info packing containers and an easy index - learn them including kids who're starting to learn on my own and with early or reluctant readers. Over 70 DK Readers are there within the sequence.

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Suddenly, the lights faded, the audience stopped talking, and the music began. The play was about the adventures of a boy, who was played by Stewart.

He started to put on his make-up. “I think I need more colour on my chin,” he said. 28 Next, he painted his lips and cheeks a rosy red and added black freckles with a thin paintbrush. Finally, Stewart pinned on his orange wig. ” he said. He put on his costume and headed off to the stage. 29 Meanwhile, Jake and his mum were sitting in the auditorium, surrounded by chattering people. Suddenly, the lights faded, the audience stopped talking, and the music began. The play was about the adventures of a boy, who was played by Stewart.

He started to put on his make-up. “I think I need more colour on my chin,” he said. 28 Next, he painted his lips and cheeks a rosy red and added black freckles with a thin paintbrush. Finally, Stewart pinned on his orange wig. ” he said. He put on his costume and headed off to the stage. 29 Meanwhile, Jake and his mum were sitting in the auditorium, surrounded by chattering people. Suddenly, the lights faded, the audience stopped talking, and the music began. The play was about the adventures of a boy, who was played by Stewart.

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