Hello, welcome to English Kids Story with Katrina. I’m Katrina. I create this show to inspire families to enjoy stories together. I do the same with my family. On my show, I teach English words and read a classic story. I write the stories myself. I read clear and slow English. The show is under 6 minutes. The show comes out Tuesday and Friday morning New York time. Please like and subscribe.
Today I will read Part 3 of “My Father’s Dragon.” In the last part, the cat told Elmer Elevator about Wild Island. Wild Island has a dragon. Elmer Elevator wants to help the dragon. Will he go to Wild Island? Let's listen to the story.
Today we will learn three words. Tangerine. Tangerines are orange fruit. Fisherman. A fisherman is a person who catches fish. Whale. A whale is a very big animal that swims in the ocean. Listen for the words in the story. Tangerine. Fisherman. Whale.
MY FATHER FINDS THE ISLAND
My father was hiding on the ship. No one saw him. Then the ship arrived at the Island of Tangerina. My father was hiding inside a big bag. The workers moved all of the bags off the boat. One of the workers picked up my father's bag. But the worker did not open the bag. No one saw my father. My father opened the bag and got out. He walked to the beach. He was very tired. He fell asleep. Then something hit him on the head. What was it? It was an orange fruit. It was a tangerine! My father put the tangerines into his backpack. He went to look for Wild Island. He saw a fisherman and he asked, "Do you know where is Wild Island?" The fisherman looked very afraid. The fisherman said, "Wild Island is a scary place with many wild animals." My father was not afraid. He saw the rocks going to Wild Island. At night my father put on his black boots. He walked on the rocks to Wild Island. He jumped from rock to rock. Then he heard a loud noise. He saw a big whale! But the whale was sleeping. My father jumped from rock to rock. Then he walked onto Wild Island.
That’s the end of part 3. This story has 10 parts. I’m Katrina. My show comes out Tuesday and Friday morning New York time. Please like and subscribe. Thank you for listening. Goodbye until next time.