ISBN: 978-1-911481-67-6
Author: C.S. Woolley
Published: 2019
Retold by: C.S. Woolley
Illustrated by: Stefano Popovski
Headwords: 900
Level: 3
Pages: 52
Release Date: 26 August 2019

There are many legends and stories about Pocahontas. She was the daughter of the chief of her tribe. Because she was the daughter of the chief, the English called her a princess. She made friends with the white men and even fell in love.

Pocahontas was a real person although there are some things in the legends that were made up. There are other things we do not know and have to guess.

The story of Pocahontas is about other people too. Her father, Powhatan, Captain Smith, the Governor Sir Thomas, Captain Argyll and John Rolfe. This story looks at all the facts that were written down by the people who met Pocahontas and her people. It is the real story of the Indian Princess, not a fairytale.

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.

Weight115 g
Dimensions198 × 129 × 5 mm