Red Roses by Christine Lindop

Red Roses

Christine Lindop

Oxford University Press - Oxford Bookworms Library

Level Starter, 250 headwords




Red Roses

Back Cover Note

There are pretty young women everywhere. And there are young men with nice smiles. In every town, in every city, young men are looking at young women, and young women are smiling at them. They look, they meet, they talk, they laugh ... happy days, sweet nights - it's love.

Will looks at Anna. She is a pretty young woman, and he wants to meet her. But how? He can hear her guitar, but he cannot find her.

Anna looks at Will. She wants to meet him too. But where is he? She can smell his roses in the elevator, bur where does he go?

Anna's friend Vicki wants to help. Will's gran wants to help. But nothing happens. Can Anna find Will? Can Will meet Anna? Is it love?

Philip Prowse

Christine Lindop

Christine Lindop was born in New Zealand where she began her teaching career. She later taught EFL in France and Spain before settling in Great Britain, and has worked as an editor, proofreader, and writer since 1993.
With Oxford University Press, Christine has worked extensively on the Oxford Bookworms Library and is the Series Editor for Oxford Bookworms Factfiles. Her original titles include Sally's Phone and Red Roses (Starters), Ned Kelly: A True Story (Stage 1), and Australia and New Zealand (Stage 3) and Doors to a Wider Place: Stories from Australia (Stage 4), and edited A Tangled Web for the Oxford Bookworms Collection..