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The Man in the Mango Tree By Christopher Walker
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A young man lives hidden in the depths of a great mango tree somewhere in Africa. Learn about his daily life, his friends - the lizards and the birds - and the village that lies close by. And then... More > witness as the man in the mango tree must work valiantly and with every ounce of bravery in his heart to save his home from destruction... "The Man in the Mango Tree" includes illustrations by Jonathan Quinn which complement the text at key points in the story. The book is great for younger readers who feel independent enough to approach a book by themselves, and also for parents to read to or with their children. As an English language teacher the writer understands the problems that foreign speakers face when learning a language, and this book has also been written with students in mind. "The Man in the Mango Tree" contains a variety of language, but nothing that should prove problematic for language learners at B1 level or above; the themes it explores can be used for further discussion in the classroom.< Less
The Man In the Mango Tree By Christopher Walker
eBook (ePub): $1.47
A young man lives hidden in the depths of a great mango tree somewhere in Africa. Learn about his daily life, his friends - the lizards and the birds - and the village that lies close by. And then... More > witness as the man in the mango tree must work valiantly and with every ounce of bravery in his heart to save his home from destruction... "The Man in the Mango Tree" includes illustrations by Jonathan Quinn which complement the text at key points in the story. The book is great for younger readers who feel independent enough to approach a book by themselves, and also for parents to read to or with their children. As an English language teacher the writer understands the problems that foreign speakers face when learning a language, and this book has also been written with students in mind. "The Man in the Mango Tree" contains a variety of language, but nothing that should prove problematic for language learners at B1 level or above; the themes it explores can be used for further discussion in the classroom.< Less