Alone in the Air

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Alone in the Air By Margaret & Hugh Brown

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Alone in the Air is the true story of a flying incident which happened at Cardiff International Airport in 1992. It is a dramatic tale in which the main character finds himself in an unexpected and frightening situation. Alone in the Air is written in eight short chapters and is illustrated with black and white photographs. Students of all ages should enjoy the suspense of the story as it unfolds.

The whole book has a vocabulary of about 600 different words. It should be suitable for most students who have mastered the basic reading skills. The book may not be photocopied.

A companion book of photocopiable exercises to improve reading, spelling and writing skills is available separately.

WORD COUNT: Different words 600, Total words in story 2330.

NO. OF PAGES: 32 - A5

Additional Information

ISBN / EAN 9781870596718
Author Margaret & Hugh Brown
Publisher Brown & Brown
Reading Level 3 - Standard Beginner Reader
  • Alone in the Air & Exercises

    The exercise book that goes with the book I thought was excellent in the way it goes through each chapter and makes you think about how it was written. It was especially helpful for me, as someone who can read a chapter of a book and forget half of what I have read and have to go back and read it again, to understand what is happening in the next one. I think that Brown and Brown are doing a good job. I would read more of their books and do the exercises and do not find them patronising or off-putting.

    Duncan, Student in Morayshire 13 February 2013

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