The Editor Writes:
Books are Us. They are essential to any language learner. Always Be Reading!
Share your books with us on these pages. Tell us about the book you’re reading right now- you don’t have to have finished.
To write your review, scroll to the bottom of this page where it says “Now You Write”. Click on “Enter Your Comment” and follow the instructions.
Keep it short. Don’t write more than about 80 words. Don’t spend more than fifteen minutes writing and don’t retell the story! Just give a very quick introduction.
Do mention the title and author.
Do say what kind of book it is: where and when the story is set.
Do say why you like, or don’t like, the book.
Do tell us how it is helping you to learn English.
Do say whether you would recommend your book to others.
Who’s reading what?
ENRICOEN has read a nice book called Dead Man’s Island, written by John Escott (Oxford Bookworms – Level 2).
ROBERTA has read the book “The Phantom of the Opera” by Gaston Leroux.
SARA has read the book “New York”, by Johm Scott.
ENRICO DE SANCTIS has read “The piano man”, by Tim Vicary.
ARTUR has read a book about about the thirty-fifth President of the United States – John F. Kennedy. It is by Anne Collins.
MONICA DUGO has read “Persuasion” by Jane Austen’ written in the 1815 and set in the same era.
SERENA has read ” The Fruitcake Special ” and the Others, by Frank Brennan.
Valentina has read “The Canterville Ghost” by O.Wilde.
read “Missing in Sydney”.
“Marco Polo and the Silk Road”
“The catcher in the rye”, written by J.D.Salinger in 1951.
read a short story by Ernest Hemingway “The short happy life of Francis Macomber”.
reading “Tales from The Thousand and One Nights”
Marco has read “Missing in Sydney”.
reading a book by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle “Sherlock Holmes and the Duke’s Son”.
read “The Wizard of Oz”.
Sherlock Holmes and the Red Circle.”
Alessandra has been reading “Dead Man’s Island”.
Melania has been reading “Jane Eyre”.
And now – where’s your book?