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Award-winning original fiction for learners of English. At seven levels, from Starter to Advanced, this impressive selection of carefully graded readers offers exciting reading for every student's capabilities.
Original stories at seven levels from starter to advanced, written specially for learners of English. With gripping plots and a range of genres to satisfy every taste, Cambridge English Readers offer high-quality original fiction that students will love! The highest quality of writing and storytelling is combined with the greatest sensitivity to the learner's language level, to ensure an enjoyable and successful learning experience.
Seven levels from Starter to Advanced provide reading material for every student’s ability.
A wide selection of titles, from thriller to romance, with international settings appeal to a broad range of interests.
Contemporary themes, gripping plots and believable characters inspire learners and stimulate classroom discussion.
Audio CD recordings for every title improve listening and speaking skills.
eBook and audiobook formats make Readers instantly accessible wherever you are.
Free online resources for students and teachers at www.cambridge.org/elt/readers include vocabulary placement test, lesson plans and worksheets for every title and provide all the support you need for successful learning through reading.
Patricia Aspinall, Michael Austen, Jania Barrell, Alan Battersby, Frank Brennan, Colin Campbell, Caroline Faber, Penny Hancock, Jeremy Harmer, David A. Hill, Margaret Johnson, Jonathan Keeble, George Kershaw, Sue Leather, Mandy Loader, Richard MacAndrew, Hilary Maclean, Alan Maley, Janet McGiffin, Antoinette Moses, Helen Naylor, J. M. Newsome, Julia Newsome, Rod Nielsen, Philip Prowse, Sarah Scott-Malden, Bernard Smith, Brian Tomlinson, Carolyn Walker, Judith Wilson