A Man about the House is a light-hearted story in 9 short chapters, told in the first person by Keith Gallows, a married man and home owner in his early thirties. He describes what happens when a spot of D.I.Y. doesn’t quite go to plan. Along the way, he gets side-tracked into considering some of the more absurd features of life in 21st Century Britain.
A Man about the House should appeal to students of both sexes who are beginning to gain some confidence at reading. The book has a vocabulary of about 960 different words. It may not be photocopied.
A companion book of photocopiable exercises to improve reading, spelling and writing skills is available separately.
WORD COUNT: Different words 960, Total words in story 3720.
NO. OF PAGES: 36 - A5
- Author : Margaret and Hugh Brown
- Reading Level : 3 - Standard Beginner Reader
- Series : Brown and Brown
- Topic : Literacy
- Topic : Readers
- Publisher : Brown and Brown
- ISBN : 9781870596817