Wild Animal Town – National Geographic Footprint Reader (Stage 4)
In the town of Kariba, Africa, people and animals live together happily. The town was built in a place where wild animals live. As long as both humans and animals obey certain rules, they can live peacefully. What are the rules in Kariba? How dangerous is it there?
Welcome to the sights and sounds of the world with the National Geographic Footprint Reading Library, a unique series of graded readers for learners of English. This series offers fascinating stories from the four corners of our world, and develops the language and skills needed to understand non-fiction.
A rich selection of engaging non-fiction readers, grouped into five themes: Incredible Animals, Fascinating Places, Remarkable People, Exciting Activities, Amazing Science
One hundred individual readers, graded at eight levels from pre-intermediate to advanced, covering 800 to 3,000 headwords.
Carefully-controlled grammar syllabus covers the most typically-taught structures in course books.
This series of books also include activities and a vocabulary list in the back.