Sara Crewe lived in India. She was kind. She was happy. She was friends with everyone. She was sent to a boarding school. The school was in London. Her father was in India. He gave her nice clothes. He gave her nice toys. She was like a princess. She was very rich. Her teacher did not like her. Sara’s father died. Sara was not rich. Her teacher was mean. Sara became a maid at the school. She was poor. She was hungry. She missed her father. She was still a princess. She gave people hope.
Foxton Readers are a series of carefully graded books aimed at ESL / EAL learners of beginner to advanced levels. They are based on a comprehensive grammar and vocabulary framework to match each ability level and to ensure each learner progresses. They are not only suitable for ESL / EAL learners but can also be used with native speakers of primary school age.