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
- Author : Margaret and Hugh Brown
- Reading Level : 3 - Standard Beginner Reader
- Series : Brown and Brown
- Topic : Literacy
- Topic : Readers
- Publisher : Brown and Brown
- ISBN : 9781870596718