Placeholder Image

Subtitles section Play video

  • Nails book.

  • I was sitting in the library with her friends.

  • It was lunchtime.

  • Nell was reading.

  • She was always reading.

  • She had found a book about cats and was happy, but she was the only one with a book.

  • Her friends had gadgets in their hands.

  • Sunita had a phone.

  • Saffron had a tablet.

  • Why don't you look at books?

  • She said.

  • We are in a library.

  • Books are old fashioned sets.

  • Anita.

  • I don't know why you like them.

  • I love everything about them, said Now.

  • I love the feel of the paper, the shiny cover, the pictures.

  • I love the smell of a new book.

  • I like turning the pages to see what comes next.

  • Look at this is gorgeous.

  • She held up the cat book to show them the photos are lovely, but they never change, Said Saffron.

  • If you open that book tomorrow, all the photos will be the same as today.

  • That's boring.

  • I like things to be different.

  • Senator nodded me, too.

  • Look at this, said Sap from.

  • She moved closer to now to show something on her tablet.

  • You like cuts right now, lauded.

  • And I love kittens.

  • Okay.

  • Kittens.

  • Saffron tapped at a screen.

  • So look, kittens, hundreds of them, thousands of them mawr than you could ever look at.

  • I know said now, and they are very pretty, but I still like my book more.

  • She laughed and hugged it to her like a teddy bath.

  • That book is just Katz said Safran.

  • Look, I can change this.

  • You like dogs here, Dogs.

  • You want rabbits?

  • Here they are.

  • What pet do you want?

  • Ponies, guinea pigs, parrots, unicorns, unicorns, riel, unicorns?

  • Yes, really unicorns.

  • Look, you can buy them online.

  • They sing and dance to.

  • Nell grinned.

  • Can they make ice cream?

  • Sure, said Safran.

  • They can do anything.

  • They only cost a $1,000,000.

  • Then buy me one.

  • I will for your 20th birthday, said Saffron.

  • And the girls all laughed.

  • Later that night, Nell was alone in her bedroom.

  • She thought about what her friends had said.

  • I know book stay the same, she said.

  • That is why I like them.

  • She opened her favorite book.

  • It was about Pets.

  • Nell had no pets of her own, so she dearly wanted one.

  • The photos in the book were beautiful.

  • She especially liked one of a cat with golden eyes and very long for the fair was smoky.

  • Grave books are better than gadgets, she told herself.

  • Nothing is better than the real thing.

  • She sighed deeply and ran her finger across the photo off the cat.

  • A magical thing happened.

  • She could feel the for.

  • It was soft and silky under her fingers.

  • Then she heard a purring sound, and the Smokey Cat blinked.

  • It's golden eyes.

  • No, she squealed as she pulls her hand away.

  • This is unreal.

  • But it was very much riel because the smokey cat suddenly stepped right out of the book and sat or nails knees.

  • It was tiny, the same size.

  • It had bean in the photo, but not for long.

  • It began to grow bigger on bigger Soon it was the size of a proper cat.

  • Oh, you were just lovely said no.

  • She picked the cat up and cuddled him Close.

  • The cat purred really loud.

  • Now what shall I call you?

  • Something magical Arabia, That's it.

  • Perfect.

  • Then the cat wriggled free and did a curious thing.

  • He turned the page of the book with his pole, then tapped on a photo of a white cat.

  • The white cat stepped out of the book just as he had and grew up to really size.

  • Oh said Now can I bring anything out?

  • She turned the pages of the book and stopped at one of her favorite photos, six Dalmatian puppies.

  • She tapped the photo Onda out.

  • They came.

  • Soon, they were full size and on her bedroom floor, one began eating her sandal.

  • One tutor schoolbag to went under the bed to Plate Chase.

  • Round and round the room, Nell clapped her hands in delight.

  • This was so much fun.

  • She topped photo after photo.

  • Four grey rabbits, a red parrot, 12 honey pig's 10 kittens but taught us a family of mice.

  • A baby alpaca whole came to life.

  • Soon the room was like a zoo, but there was no fighting.

  • The baby mice climbed all over Arabia, the cat and he simply purred, then now heard something.

  • Footsteps coming up the stairs and a voice.

  • Are you ready to go to sleep now?

  • Mom, back in the book, said now and clapped her hands.

  • Quick, thes pets turned to smoke and whizzed back into the book.

  • Well, giggles.

  • Now I was right.

Nails book.

Subtitles and vocabulary

Operation of videos Adjust the video here to display the subtitles

B1 saffron photo tapped arabia size riel

Nell's book - The Storytellers

  • 43 1
    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/01
Video vocabulary