By Robert Louis(Author) ; Wyeth, N. C.(Illustrator); Avi(Illustrator) Stevenson
This tale recounts the adventures of the ever-resourceful Tom Sawyer and his buddy Huckleberry Finn. Tom explores a deep and mysterious cave, yet why is he petrified of what he sees there? Mark Twain (1835-1910) grew up in a small city at the Mississippi River the place the tale is decided. See additionally The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, a degree three Penguin Reader.
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After you read 2 Why a is Aunt Polly angry with Tom? b do Tom and Joe want to run away? c doesn’t Becky talk to Tom? 27 d do Tom and Huck want to help Muff Potter? e are Tom and Huck afraid of Injun Joe? Chapters 7-13 Before you read 3 Are Tom and Huck going to see Injun Joe again? 4 Find the words in italics in your dictionary. Answer the questions. a What can you buy in a box? b Is it light or dark in a cave? c The teacher put a cross on your answer. Is the answer right or wrong? d What can you dig with?
They are published at seven levels from Easystarts (200 words) to Advanced (3000 words).
Who does he see there, and why is he afraid? Penguin Readers are simplified texts designed in association with Longman, the world famous educational publisher, to provide a step-by-step approach to this joys of reading for pleasure. Each book has an introduction and extensive activity material. They are published at seven levels from Easystarts (200 words) to Advanced (3000 words).