A Cat in the Tree by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta





lad‧der /ˈlædə $ -ər/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]
a piece of equipment used for climbing up to or down from high places. A ladder has two bars that are connected by rungs (=short bars that you use as steps)

   • She climbed up the ladder.
   • He hurt himself falling off a ladder.




stuck ●●○ adjective [not before noun]
impossible or unable to move from a particular position

• Sara tried to open the window but it was stuck.• They got stuck in a traffic jam.


jump /dʒʌmp/ ●●● S2 W3 verb
[intransitive] to push yourself up into the air, or over or away from something etc, using your legs

• 
How high can you jump?
• He jumped over the wall and ran off.


- Floppy barked at a cat. 

- The cat run up a tree.

- Biff was cross with Floppy.

- Wilma climbed on the wall.

Wilma climbed up the tree.

She couldn't get down.

Wilma's dad was cross.

- He put the ladder up.

Wilma climbed down.

Wilma's dad climbed the tree.

He couldn't get the cat.

Wilma's dad was stuck.

The cat jumped down.

The fireman put a ladder up.

Wilma's dad climbed down.

“Oh no!” said everyone.

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