Can I show you what we found?’ said Rachel. She showed the laptop to Mervyn. He got angrier and angrier.
‘Rachel,’ he said, ‘this is all nonsense. Nobody can tell you about the future. You don’t believe this rubbish, do you?’
Rachel works for Astra Astrology. Her idea for using the computer to read people’s hands is very successful. Rachel begins to wonder if it is possible to tell the future. She uses the computer to compare thousands of hands. The results are life-changing.
Currently comprising 16 titles across four stages – from beginner to upper intermediate – the series is carefully graded, lexically and structurally, to encourage young adults to read for pleasure and at speed. The stories are all, first and foremost, just that – stories, from ELT authors well known for their ability to craft original and engaging narratives to entertain and educate.
Each reader contains striking and contemporary full-colour illustrations and photos, resource pages of well-scaffolded exercises, and an easy-to-use glossary. Titles in Levels 1 and 2 are 32 pages each, while titles in Levels 3 and 4 are 40 pages each.
Publication date: 25 Sep 2013
Number of pages: 40