A barbarian king has a special arena. It is a place for criminals. In the arena, the criminals must choose one of two doors. One door has a lady behind it. Criminals who choose that door are innocent and get to marry the lady. The other door has a tiger behind it. Criminals who choose that door are guilty and get eaten by the tiger. All criminals must go into the arena, even the man whose only crime is loving the king's daughter. Which door will this man choose, the lady or the tiger?
Young Learners Classic Readers provide beginning English-language learners enjoyable and easy reading practice of famous stories from around the world. Young English-language learners will enjoy developing their vocabulary and reading fluency with the easy-to-read adaptations included in this varied collection of well-known tales for children.
Each story includes:
A short introduction
A picture gallery of characters
A story including full-color illustrations and highlighted dialog for easy recognition of spoken language
A short playlet
A word list with pictures