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 6 of My Father's Dragon. In the last part, my father met 7 tigers. My father gave the tigers some candy. Then my father ran away. Will my father see more animals? Let's listen to the story.
Today we will learn 3 words. Horn. Some animals have a white, hard thing on their heads. This is a horn. Rhino. A rhino is a big animal with a horn on its head. Toothbrush. Use your toothbrush to brush your teeth. Listen for the words in the story. Horn. Rhino. Toothbrush.
My Father Meets A Rhino
My father ran away from the tigers. Then something moved my father up and up. He went up into the air. He saw the leaves up in the trees. Then someone said, "Go away! This is my place." My father looked down. He saw a big rhino. My father was on top of the rhino's horn. My father said, "This is your place?" The rhino said, "Yes, this is my place. I don't want to see anyone." My father said, "Why don't you want to see anyone?" The rhino said, "I don't want to see anyone because I am very sad." My father said, "Why are you sad?" The rhino said, "I am sad because my horn is dirty. My horn is the color brown." My father said, "I can help you." My father opened his backpack. He took out a toothbrush. My father said, "Use this toothbrush to clean your horn." The rhino took the toothbrush. Soon he was very happy. Why was he happy? Because his horn was not the color brown. His horn was the color white. The rhino said, "Thank you!" My father said, "You're welcome."
That’s the end of part 6. 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.