Oliver Twist written by Charles Dickens, illustrated by Pipi Sposito, narrated by Guy Motte and published by Sweet Cherry Publishing.
An illustrated adaptation of Charles Dickens’s Victorian classic – at an easy-to-read level for readers of all ages!
Oliver Twist is poor. Always has been, always will be. Being born in a workhouse means that you’ll probably always be treated like rubbish. Oliver does not want a life of hard work and measly meals, but he soon learns that it’s never safe to ask for more …
What Oliver really needs is a family. But is a family of thieves, kidnappers and killers really a family at all?