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A girl standing in front of music posters.

What sort of music do you like? What sort of music do you like?

Written by Espen Stranger-Johannessen

Illustrated by Sara Rumen Krotev

Read by Pip Hardy

Language English

Level Level 2

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A girl standing in front of music posters.

Tulima loves music. She listens to it every day.

Tulima loves music. She listens to it every day.


A girl standing with her friends in front of a stereo.

Her friends Carlos and Anita also like music.

Her friends Carlos and Anita also like music.


A boy and girl standing with their arms around each other.

“Tulima, what sort of music do you like?” asks Carlos.

“Tulima, what sort of music do you like?” asks Carlos.


A girl thinking of various types of music.

“I like Western music, but I prefer music from my country, Ethiopia.”

“I like Western music, but I prefer music from my country, Ethiopia.”


A boy thinking of salsa music.

“I come from Colombia. I only listen to salsa. It’s great for dancing,” says Carlos.

“I come from Colombia. I only listen to salsa. It’s great for dancing,” says Carlos.


A girl thinking of romantic music.

Anita says, “I like romantic songs and music that makes me happy.”

Anita says, “I like romantic songs and music that makes me happy.”


A boy and two girls dancing.

What sort of music do you like?

What sort of music do you like?


Written by: Espen Stranger-Johannessen
Illustrated by: Sara Rumen Krotev
Read by: Pip Hardy
Language: English
Level: Level 2
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