Brandon Brown is dying to drive his father’s 1956 T-bird while his parents are on vacation. Will he fool his parents and drive the car without them knowing and win the girl of his dreams in the process?
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|Read by:||native speakers French|
|CERF level (Common European Reference Framework):||A1|
|Year of publication:||2011|
|Can it be used for home study?:||Yes, together with the novel|