Oliver Twist


ISBN: 978-1-911481-66-9
Author: Charles Dickens
Published: 2019
Retold by: C.S. Woolley
Illustrated by: Alexander Solovyov
Headwords: 900
Level: 3
Pages: 64
Release Date: 26 August 2019

Oliver Twist’s mother dies when he’s born. He’s sent to a workhouse. He is unhappy there and runs away. He lives in London. He doesn’t have a childhood. He has to work. He doesn’t have a family. He doesn’t know what love is.

But his luck is about to change. He meets some good people who look after him. The good people help Oliver. They love him. He’s safe. Oliver’s story has a happy ending.

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Weight115 g
Dimensions198 × 129 × 5 mm