By the Stream by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta




ted‧dy bear /ˈtedi beə $ -ber/ (also teddy) noun [countable]
soft toy in the shape of a bear

   • At the hospital, officers gave him a teddy bear and a hamburger.
   • Speak softly and carry a big teddy bear.




stream /striːm/ ●●● W3 noun [countable]
 SMALL RIVER a natural flow of water that moves across the land and is narrower than a river → downstreamupstream

• In the mountains north of here, there's this little stream.•  stream running into another lake.


drop /drɒp $ drɑːp/ ●●● S1 W2 verb (droppeddropping)
LET SOMETHING FALL [transitive]to stop holding or carrying something so that it falls

• 
She screamed and dropped the torch.
• U.S. planes began dropping bombs on the city.




- Mum and Dad sat on the rug

- The children played by the stream.

- Biff went on the bridge.

- They droped sticks in the water.

Kipper couldn't see.

Kipper climbed up.

He dropped Teddy in the water.

“Get Teddy,” said Kipper.

Biff couldn't get Teddy.

“Get Teddy,” said Kipper.

Mum couldn't get Teddy.

“I want Teddy,” said Kipper.

Dad couldn't get Teddy.

Dad fell in.

Splash!

“I am a frogman,” said Dad.

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