||Getting along with others
Rights and responsibilities
Cultures of the world
Poor Oliver! He has no mother or father.
He has no good friends. There is no one in the world
to care for him. The only people he knows are thieves,
and they want him to be a thief, like them.
Now he is in great trouble. The police have caught
him for stealing, and he is standing in front of a judge.
Oliver has done nothing wrong, but the judge does not
believe him. He wants to send Oliver to prison.
One kind old man thinks Oliver might be a good boy.
He decides to help, and from that moment Oliver's life
begins to change.
Find out how Oliver tries to get away from the thieves.
Read how, at last, he discovers the truth about himself
and his family.
Charles Dickens was a very popular
writer who lived in England in the time of Queen Victoria.
Many of his stories are about children, and the hard
lives of poor people in those days. Oliver Twist is
one of the most famous and best loved.
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Pickwick Papers, Level 3
A Tale of Two Cities,
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