Noches misteriosas en Granada Level 1 Spanish 2-in-1 Reader
- 295 Unique Words
- 8,500 Total Words
- Two Versions Under One Cover: Past and Present Tense
- Genre: Supernatural Fiction
- Level 1, Advanced Beginner
Kevin used to have the perfect life. Now, dumped by his popular girlfriend, Kevin leaves for a summer in Spain with his best friend, and his life seems anything but perfect. Taking classes he can't understand, living with a very odd host-family, trying to get the attention of a girl with whom he has no chance, and dealing with a guy who has a dark side and who seems to be out to get him, Kevin escapes into a book and enters a world of long-ago adventures. As the boundaries between his two worlds begin to blur, Kevin discovers that nothing is as it appears... especially at night!
The Print Book includes both a past tense and present tense version of the reader–all in one book! You switch versions by flipping the book cover.
©2011. Spanish. Level 1, Advanced Beginner. Past and present tense. 65 pages.
Print Book: Softcover. 5 x 7 inches.
The Audio Book on CD includes an audio recording of the reader being read by a native speaker.
Listen to the audio preview(s) located in "Additional Info."
©2011. Spanish. Level 1, Advanced Beginner. Past and present tense. 11 tracks.
Audio Book on CD: Audio CD.
The Teacher’s Resource Guide on CD includes reproducible activities, quizzes, and supplemental readings; optional class activities; suggestions for culture/content studies; photographic slide shows; chapter-by-chapter vocabulary lists; and teaching notes.
©2011. Spanish. Level 1.
Teacher's Resource Guide on CD: CD (PDF). Adobe® Reader® required to view PDF.
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