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Free English ELT Graded Readers

 

Free English ELT Graded Readers

  

Young Learners

   

Jane Cadwallader

Granny Fixit and the Ball

 

Jane Cadwallader

PB3 and Coco the Clown

 

Jane Cadwallader

Uncle Jack and the Bakonzi Tree

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Stage 1 (100 headwords) below A1

 

Stage 2 (200 headwords) A1 Starters/Movers

 

Stage 3 (300 headwords) A1.1 Movers

This is a story about Granny Fixit and a boy who loses his ball. There’s a skateboard chase through the town when a dog, a cat and then a squirrel take the ball. Can Granny Fixit get the ball back for the boy?

 

PB3 and his robot are excited to find themselves in a circus! Elephants and jugglers and an acrobat and a clown!

 

‘In the deep green forest what can you see? Ants and snakes and spiders and monkeys up a tree! In the deep green forest what can you do? Take photos. Climb up and swing from trees too!’

         
         
     

Jane Cadwallader

Harry and the Sports Competition

 

Aesop

The Hare and the Tortoise

   
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Stage 4 (400 headwords) A2 Flyers

 

Stage 2 (200 headwords) A1 Starters/Movers

   

Harry is the very last person to volunteer for a sport competiton! In this story our reluctant hero braves golf and volleyball to come out tops (to everyone’s surprise!).

 

 

It’s better to be careful and do things slowly.

Harvey the hare thinks he’s the fastest and the best at everything! But sometimes it’s a good idea to be slow and steady. One day Tilly the tortoise and Harvey the hare have a race. Who do you think wins? Read the story to find out!

   
         
         

 

Teenagers

   

Mark Twain - Retold by Jane Bowie

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court

 

Frances Hodgson Burnett

Little Lord Fauntleroy

 

Anna Claudia Ramos

Expedition Brazil

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Stage 1 (600 headwords) A1 Movers

 

Stage 2 (800 headwords) A2 Flyers/Key (KET)

 

Stage 3 (1000 headwords) B1 Preliminary (PET)

This novel tells the story of Hank Morgan, the boss of a factory in late 19th century Connecticut, who awakens to find himself transported back in time to early medieval England at the time of the legendary King Arthur. One day, while Hank Morgan is working, a man attacks him and hits him on the head.

 

Enjoy reading about this little boy and discover if he stays true to himself even with all the changes in his life.

 

Niara, Yoshi and Gunnar are the lucky winners of a trip to Brazil. Follow them while travelling around this country.

         
         

 

Adult and Young Adult

 

 

Edgar Allan Poe

The narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket

 

Natsume Sōseki

Botchan

 

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

A Study in Scarlet

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Stage 1 (600 headwords) A1

 

Stage 1 (600 headwords) A1

 

Stage 1 (600 headwords) A1

Arthur Gordon Pym is eighteen years old and he wants to be a sailor. He hides on a ship, with the help of his friend Augustus. This is the story of his adventures at sea.

 

Botchan is from Tokyo in Japan. He becomes a teacher and moves from the big city to a small town on an island. He thinks teaching high school students is easy, but life in the country town is different.

 

A Study in Scarlet is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s first story with Holmes and Watson. Come and walk the dark streets of London with the great Mr Sherlock Holmes!

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Shakespeare

Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

 

Henri James - Retold by Michael Lacey Freeman

The Portrait of a Lady

 

Alexander Hope

The Prisoner of Zenda

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Stage 2 (800 headwords) A2 Key (KET)

 

Stage 3 (1000 headwords) B1 Preliminary (PET)

 

Stage 4 (1800 headwords) B2 First (FCE)

“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”

– William Shakespeare, Hamlet

 

“She had an immense curiosity about life, and was constantly staring and wondering.”

 

‘It’s a risk, but you look so like him, I’m sure no one will suspect you’re not the real King.’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

 

 

William Makepeace Thackeray

Vanity Fair – A Novel without a Hero

 

Oscar Wilde

The Importance of Being Earnest

 

 

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Stage 5 (2500 headwords) C1 Advanced (CAE)   Stage 6 Unabridged Texts C2 Proficiency (CPE)    
“Our story begins just outside Miss Pinkerton’s Academy for Young Ladies at Chiswick Mall in London. A large family carriage is waiting for two young ladies, Amelia Sedley and Becky Sharp.”  

“The truth is rarely pure and never simple.”
Oscar Wilde