The Life of Pi

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Extensive reading improves fluency and there is a real need in the ELT classroom for contemporary graded material that will motivate students to read. What happens when a cargo ship sinks in the Pacific Ocean, leaving only one lifeboat of survivors?

And what happens if those survivors are a hyena, a zebra (with a broken leg), a female orang-utan and a Bengal tiger called Richard Parker?

Sixteen-year-old Pi 'Piscine' Patel is about to find out ...

Adapted from the international best-seller by Yann Martel

Please note that this is an adapted edition of the original work for ELT purposes and does not include the original work

LEVEL 3 - Intermediate B1

comes with CD & online resources

Full colour insides

Perfect also for native English speaking children who are struggling with their reading

A compelling story of adventure and friendship, brought to a global audience by the Oscar-winning film by Ang Lee.

A two-page Fact File section provides supplementary material on different religions.

People and Places section provides a clear visual context before students begin to read.

Self-study activities enable students to check their progress as they read.

Series Information

Popcorn ELT Readers is a series of low-level graded readers aimed at younger students who are beginning to learn English as a Foreign Language.

The series covers three levels from Level 1 (Early Beginner) to Level 3 (High Beginner) and is aimed at students aged eight to eleven years.

Each reader is available in Book Only or Book and CD formats.

The CD features an audio recording of the story for reading along.

There are also online resource sheets providing step-by-step lesson plans, extra activities and downloadable flashcards.

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