Italian easy reader for advanced beginners. After a plane crash, Caden finds himself on an island full of snakes and unreliable co-survivors.
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How do you survive when death is never more than 3 feet away? Swimming to a deserted island after his plane exploded, Caden thought he had escaped the worst. Little did he know, he and the other survivors had washed up on l'Isola di Queimada Grande– commonly known as Snake Island. Here, there is an average of one venomous snake every square meter. In the midst of avoiding deadly serpents, crash survivors with dark secrets, and finding food and water, Caden just wants to find his dad and brother and go home. But to make matters worse, Caden soon discovers that the person who brought down the plane may still be on the island with them!
198 unique words; total word count: 5210
68 pages of text and illustrations
written in present and past tense
Information for teachers
Written by Spanish teacher John Sifert, the novel L'isola più pericolosa del mondo was created for Italian beginners. Containing less than 200 unique words, the novel works well with novice readers and beyond. As John Sifert writes it – although the vocabulary is sheltered, the grammar is not. The novel is written mainly in the present and past tense, with a few examples of subjunctive and commands.
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