I´m finally posting again …yeah!!

I have been in a rush this month… you know the ending of the school year…it means a lot of stress… Applying exams… Checking exams, assessments…blah blah blah.  Now I´m a little bit free and I want to share with you some books I have found to have my students reading interesting stories.

When I do not have the time to buy a reading book… you know: beacuse I am moneyless or  I live at a small town and it doesn´t have any bookstore … I use these stories.

the true story of the three little pigs




level 1 – Brown Eyes – Penguin Readers

level 2 – Treasure Island – Penguin.Readers



But if you can go to a library I recommend Richmond Leveled Reading Collection

Here you will find information for primary readers

Here you will find information for secondary readers


Or  you can use Great Illustrated Classics





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