The Egg Hunt by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta





egg // ●●● S1 W2 noun
 BIRD [countable] a round object with a hard surface, that contains a baby birdsnakeinsect etc and which is produced by a female bird, snake, insect etc

   • Blackbirds lay their eggs in March.
   • The eggs hatch (=break open to allow the baby out) in 26 days.


squir‧rel /ˈskwɪrəl $ ˈskwɜːrəl/ ●●○ noun [countable]
a small animal with a long furry tail that climbs trees and eats nuts

• Better hold on to your squirrel, Before he loses his nuts.• And there's not much yummier to a squirrel than pine cone seeds!


look for somebody/something phrasal verb
to try to find something that you have lost, or someone who is not where they should be SYN search for

• 
I’m looking for Steve – have you seen him?
• Detectives are still looking for the escaped prisoner.



- Kate came to stay.

- Mum and Kate make a cake.

Kate put little eggs on it.

Wilma looked at the little eggs.

She had an idea.

Wilma went to the park.

She wanted to hide some eggs.

She put them in the trees.

She put them in the flowers.

Wilma and Kate came to the park.

“You can look for eggs,” said Wilma.

Kate looked for the eggs.

“Where are they?” she said.

The squirrels had them.

“Squirrels like eggs,” said Kate.

“So do I,” she said.


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