u003ciu003eMr. and Mrs. Twit are not nice people. What do the monkeys do? What does the bird do?u003c/iu003e u003cpu003eu003cbu003eLadybird Readersu003c/bu003e is an u003cbu003eELT graded readeru003c/bu003e series for u003cbu003echildren aged 3-11 learning Englishu003c/bu003e as a foreign or second language. The series includes traditional tales, popular characters, modern stories, and non-fiction. u003cpu003eBeautifully illustrated and carefully written by language learning experts, the series combines the best of Ladybird content with the u003cbu003estructured language progressionu003c/bu003e that will help children develop their u003cbu003ereading, writing, speaking, listening and critical thinking skillsu003c/bu003e. u003cpu003eThe eight levels follow the Common European Framework of Reference for language learning (u003cbu003eCEFRu003c/bu003e) and include language activities that provide preparation for the u003cbu003eCambridge Englishu003c/bu003e u003cbu003ePre-A1 to A2u003c/bu003e (YLE) tests. u003cpu003eu003cbu003eVisit the Ladybird Readers website u003c/bu003efor more information. The unique code provided in each printed book will provide access to audio, extra activities and learning resources. u003cpu003eu003ciu003eThe Twits, u003c/iu003e au003cbu003e Level 1 u003c/bu003eReader, is Pre-A1 in the CEFR framework and includes practice for the Cambridge English Pre-A1 Starters tests. Short sentences contain a maximum of two clauses, using the present tense and some simple adjectives.