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A Place in the Sun (PDF)
A Place in the Sun (PDF)

A Place in the Sun (PDF)

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Now available as a downloadable PDF.

A Place in the Sun is a romance in 14 short chapters, told in the first person by a girl in her twenties. After several years of working for a firm of caterers in London, Vicky decides to pack in her job. She suddenly has the chance to go and work in a hotel on a Greek island, but it means leaving behind her boyfriend, Ben. Can their love withstand the long separation?

A Place in the Sun is the longest in this series of readers, but it should appeal to students of both sexes who are beginning to gain some confidence at reading. The book has a vocabulary of about 1140 different words. It may not be photocopied.

WORD COUNT: Different words 1140, Total words in story 5680.

NO. OF PAGES: 48 - A5

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

Purchasers may print off 2 paper copies of the PDF of A Place in the Sun for use within their own centre or single college/school site. We ask you to respect this permission and not to allow the PDF or paper copies to be duplicated and/or transferred to other colleges, schools, sites, centres, computers or digital devices of any sort. 
Tutors who purchase a personal copy may use the PDF of A Place in the Sun on more than one site, provided that they restrict its use to the classes they personally teach and do not allow copies to be to be duplicated or transferred to other tutors, students. Items from A Place in the Sun may not be reproduced in magazines, newsletters, books, on computer or digital device of any sort without the prior permission of the publishers.

Additional Information

  • Author : Margaret and Hugh Brown
  • Reading Level : 3 - Standard Beginner Reader
  • Series : Brown and Brown
  • Topic : Literacy
  • Topic : Readers
  • Publisher : Brown and Brown
  • ISBN : 9781870596756