The Phantom of the Opera

The phantom lives under the opera house in Paris, and he does bad things. He loves Christine, but she saw his face. Now she can never leave him. With carefully adapted text, new illustrations, language practise activities and additional online resources, the Penguin Readers series introduces language learners to bestselling authors and compelling content. Titles include popular classics, exciting contemporary fiction, and thought-provoking non-fiction.

Jekyll and Hyde

Dr Jekyll is a good person. He is nice, and he has lots of friends. But Mr Hyde is a bad person. He walks in the streets of London at night and does bad things. Why are the two men friends? With carefully adapted text, new illustrations, language practise activities and additional online resources, the

The Moor Stones

Mia and Beth travel from New Zealand to Whitby, England. They stay with Sheila and Jack at Baysdale Farm Bed and Breakfast. There, Mia reads the story of the Moor Stones, and Beth goes for a walk in the rain . . . With carefully adapted text, new illustrations, language practise activities and additional online

The Turn of the Screw

A young woman accepts her first job as a governess and goes to Bly, a large country house in England. There she teaches a young brother and sister. But the governess soon starts to see ghosts and tries to protect the children from them. With carefully adapted text, new illustrations, language practise activities and additional

The Picture of Dorian Gray

An artist paints a beautiful young man called Dorian Gray. When Dorian sees the picture, he decides to give his soul to keep his beautiful face. He lives a bad life and he is bad to many people, but his face never changes. However, in a room upstairs, the portrait gets uglier and uglier. With