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B5 book 07 - caio alves

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An ESL/EFL literature book written by a teen brazilian english student from a public language center called CILT

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B5 book 07 - caio alves

  1. 1. CILT’s Writing Club Café Literário do CILT CILT – Centro Interescolar de Línguas de Taguatinga the evil easter bunny Caio alves
  2. 2. ...Once upon a midnight dreary, while humans in the world pondered weak and weary, an evil easter bunny was born...
  3. 3. ... But then a lonely and pretty little red haired girl found him and decided to take care of him from then on... She hoped they would become friends and then she would never feel lonely anymore... Never more she would be sad, never more. So, she named him ‘Never More’.
  4. 4. ... They grew up together and she loved him each day more and even though she liked Never More, she still felt lonelier and sadder each day...
  5. 5. ... So, this little girl was still very lonely, because she had no friends to play with and she didn’t have a school to study, but she had a house to live, although her parents were not the best parents in the world and the only thing she had was her doll called Jaragunda. It was her only friend and companion besides the evil bunny. She wanted friends to play with and to study at school. Thus, one day she decided to look for on the streets to see if she could find someone who wanted to play with her ...
  6. 6. ... But everyone was afraid of her bunny, because it didn’t let anyone get near the little girl... Never More became each day more selfish, snobish and mean... So...
  7. 7. ...She also became afraid of him and asked her father – who was a hunter – to kill the bunny, because she tought Never More was the only reason of her unhappiness...
  8. 8. ... And so her father did what she had asked him. She then discovered that although she had done the right thing, because the rabbit was in fact an evil creature, she still felt lonely and an emptiness inside her and was still unhappy...
  9. 9. ...Finally death came gently to her and invited her to have another life...
  10. 10. ...where there would be other creatures who could be her friend and she accepted...
  11. 11. ...But still she couldn’t find happiness, because it is a feeling that she can only find the moment we look inside ourselves and find the good deeds, feelings and kindness we have planted, but she discovered that too late for she couldn’t go back and start her life over again, never more ...
  12. 12. T H A N K S F O R R E A D I N G “ T H E E V I L E A S T E R B U N N Y ” B Y C A I O A L V E S THE END
  13. 13. How about you? Have you ever had many friends? Have you ever had a pet which was your best friend? Yes, I have/(No, I have never) ... ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________
  14. 14. Comprehension Questions: 1. Is the author’s title interesting? __________________________. 2. How can the autor improve the story in your opinion? ___________. 3. Are there any new words you learned with this book? ___________. 4. What new words have you learned with this book? _____________. 5. If you could change any part of the book, what part would you like to change? ______________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________. 6. What part of the book did you like most? _________________________ 7. What part of the book did you like least? _________________________ 8. Did you learn any lesson with this book? __________________________ 9. How can we improve relationships? _____________________________ 10. Who is responsible for making relationships last longer? _______________
  15. 15. Cilt’s Students’ Literary Production Author: Caio Alves Editorial Supervisor: Teacher: Gerson A. Moura Illustrator/Artist: iTeef Publisher: www.storybird.com Date: I Semester - Fall 2015 A project from ‘Cilt’s Writing Club’: “Café Literário” CILT: Centro Interescolar de Línguas de Taguatinga

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