The Hound of the Baskervilles
Stage 1- Young Adult ELI Readers - below A1
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - Illustrated by Federico Volpini. Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan
‘Suddenly, in the darkness, there was a terrible, low howl and it came from the moor. ‘The hound!’ cried Holmes.’
In this Reader you will find: - information about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s life - a section focusing on background and context - a glossary of difficult words - comprehension activities - an exit test
An old family document says that everyone who l ivesat Baskerville Hall is in danger from a terrifying animal which lives on Dartmoor. When Sir Charles Baskerville dies in a mysterious way, his nephew, the young Sir Henry Baskerville, comes to live on Dartmoor. Is he in danger too? Is there really a dangerous animal on the moor, or did someone murder Sir Charles? Sherlock Holmes, the world-famous detective, is the only person who can solve the case. Or can he? Even Holmes is worried.
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