with Max and Liz
Two new storybooks monthly detailing the fun-filled adventures of Max and Liz are provided to demonstrate practical usage of each theme's vocabulary.
Written by Christopher Dolman, Illustrated by Lulu Lam
"An Underwater Adventure"
Max, Liz, Mom and Dad go on a submarine adventure! There seems to be something lurking in the shadows... what could it be?
"Come Back, Kite!"
It's a windy day so Max and Chris go to the park. After losing their kite, they go on an unexpected journey, but will Max learn to ask for help?
"The Big Countdown"
Max, Liz, Grandma and Grandpa visit NASA. Someone accidentally presses a button, and now the family has to stop a rocket from launching!
"Lost and Found"
Max, Liz, Mom and Dad go to the theme park. Max and Liz have lots of fun, but then they notice Mom and Dad are missing. How will Max and Liz find their parents in such a busy theme park?
"The Missing Sock"
Dad needs to get to work, but he only has one sock! Everyone has to look for the missing clothing, but where could it be?
What's in the stories in this month?
"Falling into Fall"
Liz is learning all about the season at school. The class works together but something goes wrong!
"Lucky on the Run"
Max, Liz, Mom, Dad, and Lucky their puppy find the farmer. Liz runs towards the chick, and drops Lucky's leash. Lucky runs off.
"Oh no!" shouts Liz. "Quick, grab Lucky!"
What will be happen?
"A Special Breakfast"
It is Mother's Day. Max and Liz wake up early. They go downstairs quietly and want to make Mom the best breakfast ever.
"A Lesson is Served"
Max, Liz, Mom, and Dad are at a restaurant. The waiter comes to the table and Mom orders food from the menu. Max is being naughty and does something really bad.
"Christmas Time is Family Time"
Christmas time is family time, but Max wants to play with his friends more.
Will he join the family activities at last?
"A Magical Visitor"
In a land far away, there is a boy and girl. They live in a small house and have very little. It is Christmas Eve, but the children don’t have any presents. All they have is a small tree with one ornament...
"Liz Finds Her Voice"
It is the first day of school, but Liz is very worried. How does her friend, Zac help?
How can I do reading with my child?
Look at the page and talk about
what you see.
Your child can try to read the
sentences in ‘Young Readers’.
Ask your child the story check questions at the end of the book.
"Young Readers" are included on every page of the storybooks. These are specifically designed to use very simple sentences, with only one or two syllable words. With the "Younger Readers" section, junior readers learn to read aloud and build their confidence. It is a great start to reading stories on their own!