Rina has the chance of winning a trip to Israel – all she has to do is get 100 on the nationwide Tehillim test. But then her friend Malky asks her to study with her – and Malky is a very slow learner. Which test is the more important one to pass?
A.E.L. Readers for Religious Schools are fiction written especially for religious students who are learning English as a foreign language. Each book offers an engaging storyline as well as attractive illustrations, and features a glossary of difficult vocabulary. Questions at the back of the book are designed to test students’ comprehension of the story. Books are available at seven levels.