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Dan, an employee at Asco supermarket, is a refugee who has had terrible and sad things happen in his past. One day, something happens that may well change his future…
This is the third title in the much-loved Supermarket Stories series, written by Margaret Adams and illustrated by Ian Bobb.
The main intention of the series is to give Entry level students a story to read - to show them that reading can be a pleasure. However, the book can be used to practise specific learning aims, with each chapter subtly focusing on particular letter combinations and sounds:
|ISBN / EAN||9781842310649|
|Reading Level||2 - Easy Beginner Reader|
I thought the book was a really good one to read. It’s about a supermarket employee called Dan who has had bad things happen to him in the past. He starts to talk with someone who turns out to have a big surprise for him. I would recommend it to people to read as it makes you realise how lucky you really are in this world.
This is an unexpected tale from Asco but the way that Margaret Adams starts and ends the story grounds it in a familiar situation that all readers will recognise. The series demonstrates that everyone has a story to tell and, like the earlier books, I’m sure that Dan’s Dinner will lead to discussion on a variety of topics from food to politics. I’m confident that my learners will enjoy this one as much as the previous two.