The Extraordinary Life of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was a brilliant inventor and businessman. His computers, tablets and iPods have changed our lives and work. Steve was sometimes very difficult to work with, but he was also special. He thought about the world in a different way, and he had many brilliant ideas. With carefully adapted text, new illustrations, language practise

Washington Square

Catherine Sloper is not pretty or clever, but she is rich. She lives in New York with her father, the respected doctor, Austin Sloper. One day, Catherine meets a charming man called Maurice Townsend, who wants to marry her. But does Maurice really love Catherine, or does he just want her money? Doctor Sloper is

The Mill on the Floss

Maggie lives with her brother Tom in a mill by the river Floss. Maggie loves Tom and Tom loves Maggie, but they are very different. When Tom’s father loses all his money, Maggie and Tom must try and help their parents to keep the mill. With carefully adapted text, new illustrations, language practise activities and

Wild Cities

There are cities everywhere on Earth. More and more people live in cities around the world. But more and more animals make their homes in cities, too. In this book you will visit 13 cities. What animals can you see? With carefully adapted text, new illustrations and language practise activities, the Penguin Readers series introduces