A Question of Trust is a story in 12 chapters written by a young nurse who finds out, by chance, that her husband may be deceiving her. She decides to find out the truth. Her ‘detective work’ and the thoughts and feelings which accompany it are amusingly described. The unexpected outcome of her search raises some interesting questions about trust between partners and friends.
A Question of Trust is one of the longer readers in the series, but it should appeal to many students who are beginning to gain some confidence in reading. The book has a vocabulary of about 910 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 910, Total words in story 4570.
NO. OF PAGES: 40 - 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 : 9781870596985