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  • Published: 17 September 2019
  • ISBN: 9780241375242
  • Imprint: Puffin
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 80
  • RRP: $17.99

Dracula: Penguin Reader Level 3


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Penguin Readers is a graded reading series for English Language Teaching (ELT) markets, designed for teenagers and young adults learning English as a foreign or second language.

When solicitor Jonathan Harker visits a castle in Transylvania to help his client, Count Dracula, purchase a house in England, he makes many shocking discoveries about him. As strange incidents begin to occur in England, it becomes clear that the sinister Count Dracula must be stopped.

Penguin Readers is a series of the best new fiction, essential non-fiction and popular classics written for learners of English as a foreign language. Beautifully illustrated and carefully adapted, the series introduces language learners around the world to the bestselling authors and most compelling content from Penguin Random House. The eight levels of Penguin Readers follow the Common European Framework nd include language activities that help readers to develop key skills.

Dracula, a Level 3 Reader, is A2 in the CEFR framework. The text is made up of sentences with up to three clauses, introducing first conditional, past continuous and present perfect simple for general experience. It is well supported by illustrations, which appear on most pages.

  • Pub date: 17 September 2019
  • ISBN: 9780241375242
  • Imprint: Puffin
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 80
  • RRP: $17.99

About the Author

Bram Stoker

Abraham 'Bram' Stoker was born in Dublin on 8 November 1847. He graduated in Mathematics from Trinity College, Dublin in 1867 and then worked as a civil servant. In 1878 he married Florence Balcombe. He later moved to London and became business manager of his friend Henry Irving's Lyceum Theatre. He wrote several sensational novels including novels The Snake's Pass (1890), Dracula (1897), The Jewel of Seven Stars (1903), and The Lair of the White Worm (1911). Bram Stoker died on 20 April 1912.

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