The Baby-sitter by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta




bed /bed/ ●●● S1 W1 noun
SLEEP [countable, uncountable] a piece of furniture that you sleep on

   • Simon lay in bed thinking.
   • You should go to bed early.



hun‧gry /ˈhʌŋɡri/ ●●● S2 adjective (comparative hungriersuperlative hungriest)
wanting to eat something → thirsty

• I was cold, tired, and hungry.• Do you still feel hungry?


down‧stairs /ˌdaʊnˈsteəz◂ $ -ˈsterz/ ●●● S2 adverb
towards or on a lower floor of a building, especially a house OPP upstairs

• 
Rosie ran downstairs to answer the door.
• Charles was downstairs in the kitchen.



- The baby-sister came.

- “Go back to bed,” said Dad.

The children came downstairs.

“We couldn't sleep,” they said.

Kipper got his books.

He wanted a story.

Biff was hungry.

- They made a sandwich.

- Chip wanted a pillow fight

Everyone joined in.

The children went back to bed.

- “What a mess!” said the baby-sister.

Mum and Dad came back.

- “Was everyone good?” said Mum.

- “Yes and no,” said the baby-sister.


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