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Aladdin and the Magic Lamp


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Retold by Jane Cadwallader.

Stage 1 | 100 headwords | below A1 | Starters Classic

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Aladdin loves Bulbul but his love is impossible. She is a princess and he is just a poor boy. But the magic lamp of a bad magician changes everything and helps Aladdin to get what he wants. Well, thats what he thinks! The bad magician has other ideas! Syllabus

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Granny Fixit and the Ball


Illustrated by Paola Chartroux.

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A hilarious adventure with Granny Fixit, a magic bag and a ball. This is a story about Granny Fixit and a boy who loses his ball. Theres a skateboard chase through the town when a dog, a cat and then a squirrel take the ball. Can Granny Fixit get the ball back for the boy?

Young

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Syllabus Topics Sports and leisure, transport, animals, adjectives to describe feelings Grammar and structures Present Simple Present Progressive Imperatives Have for possession There is / There are Can for ability Question words: what? / where? / who? Conjunctions: and / but

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Jane Cadwallader

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Granny Fixit and the Pirate


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.
Jane Cadwallader

Stage 1 | 100 headwords | below A1 | Starters Original

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Look at the parrots! Pink and blue. Grey and purple. Green ones too. Parrots parrots everywhere. One on the wardrobe. One on the chair. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Friendship - A picture dictionary Adventure Magic
An action story about Granny Fixit, a sad pirate and a crowd of multi-coloured parrots. When Jill and Ahmed find themselves by magic on a pirate ship they meet sad Pirate Bill. He has no pirate hat, treasure or parrot! But with Granny Fixit around no one stays sad for long! Syllabus Topics Animals, furniture, numbers, colours Grammar and structures Present Simple Present Progressive Imperatives Have for possession There is / There are Can for ability Question words: what? / where? / who? Conjunctions: and / but

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

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Jane Cadwallader

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Young Readers

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Granny Fixit and the Yellow String


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.
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Ann is running to school. Her school bag is open! Her books and her pencil and ruler are falling out of her bag. Ann is ALWAYS losing her things! In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Adventure - A picture dictionary Magic
A hilarious adventure with Granny Fixit, Ann and a yellow string. Ann is ALWAYS losing her things and her teacher is angry. But help is on the way! Granny Fixit and her piece yellow string solve all her problems or do they? Syllabus Topics School, family and friends, the home, toys Grammar and structures Present simple Present progressive Imperatives Have for possession There is / There are Can for ability Question words: Where? / What? Conjunctions: and / but Determiners: this / that / a / an / a lot of

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Dominique Guillemant

Young Readers

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Hooray for the Holidays!


Illustrated by Alistar.

Stage 1 | 100 headwords | below A1 | Starters Original

Dominique Guillemant
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Its summer time and Jack is really happy. He loves the summer holidays. This year hes going on holiday with his grandma and grandad In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities At the seaside - A picture dictionary Free time
Its summertime! Jack loves the summer holidays. Hes going on holiday to the seaside with his grandma and grandad.

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Jack is on his summer holidays. Hes at the seaside with his grandma and grandad. Alfie is Jacks dog. Hes on holiday too! Follow Jack and Alfie in their adventures at the beach. Syllabus Topics At the seaside Colours Clothes Grammar and structures Singular and plural nouns with s Possessive form (s) Present simple (positive, negative, interrogative forms) Have got for possession Can/Cant for ability Lets

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Stage 1
Dominique Guillemant

Young Readers

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Sophies Dream
Illustrated by Paola Chartroux.
Dominique Guillemant

Stage 1 | 100 headwords | below A1 | Starters Original

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Its late. Sophie is asleep in her bed and she is having a lovely dream. She is dreaming about a day at the circus. In her dream she meets Giggles the clown and Juliet the ballet dancer. In this Reader you will find: - Games and language activities - A picture dictionary Tags Fairy Tale and Fantasy Animal Story

Stage 1

Sophie is asleep in her bed and she is having a lovely dream. She is dreaming about a day at the circus. What would happen if during the night elephants and lions, musicians and entertainers, clowns and ballet dancers came in your little room? The never ending and fascinating show of the circus seen from the eyes of a curious child in a very poetic tale accompanied by artistic illustrations. Syllabus
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Grammar and structures Singular and plural forms with s Common irregular plural forms Possessive form (s) Simple adjectives Positive, question, positive imperative forms Present Simple Present Continuous with present meaning (except negative questions)

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Jane Cadwallader

Young Readers

A1

PB3 and Coco the Clown


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.
Jane Cadwallader

Stage 2 | 200 headwords | A1 | Starters/Movers Original

and Coco the Clown


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Its night. Sally is with her uncle Coco the clown circus motorhouse. They are having dinner. Suddenly they hear a strange noise In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Circus - A picture dictionary Family
An exciting adventure with a friendly extraterrestrial and his robot. How PB3 and Robin help to save a life and a love! PB3 and his robot are excited to find themselves in a circus! Elephants and jugglers and an acrobat and a clown! They go with Sally to have tea in Coco the clowns motorhome, visit the circus school and finally the big top. Little did they suspect that the excitement is just about do begin! Syllabus Topics Family, time and meals, the body and face, clothes, colours Grammar and structures Present Simple Present Progressive Verb + infinitive Infinitive of purpose There is / There are Prepositions of place and movement Possessive adjectives Descriptive adjectives Question words: Who? / What? / Why? / Where?

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Young Readers

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Stage 2
Jane Cadwallader

Young Readers

A1

PB3 and the Jacket


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.
Jane Cadwallader

Stage 2 | 200 headwords | A1 | Starters/Movers Original

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These are animals from a farm. A pig goes oink and a sheep goes baa. Theres a chicken and a duck and a horse of course. And a sad little goat with a curly coat. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Friendship - A picture dictionary Adventure Human Interest
An exciting adventure with a friendly extraterrestrial and his robot. When a big black spaceship arrives everyone is afraid. Who is in it? What do they want?

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Young

Readers

Two children, Sue and Ben, dive into the sea and meet PB3 and his robot, Robin. Together they come face to face with the bad OOs from Planet X011 and together they discover a terrible plan. Can they stop the OOs? Syllabus Topics Grammar and structures There is / There are Question words: what? / why? Conjunctions: and / but Prepositions of place Clothes, animals, Present Simple colours, feelings Present Progressive Imperatives Possessive adjectives Adverbs

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Jane Cadwallader

Young Readers

A1

PB3 and the Vegetables


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.
Jane Cadwallader

Stage 2 | 200 headwords | A1 | Starters/Movers Original

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They dont have apples. Potatoes or beans. Or even a pea. They dont have pears. They dont have grapes. Poor Robin and PB3! In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Friendship - A picture dictionary Adventure Magic
An extraterrestrial adventure in which a bully gets more than he expects. When Fred helps a friendly extraterrestrial, PB3, and his robot, Robin, to buy Earth fruit and vegetables he doesnt know that some sticky substance from outer space will come to his rescue and punish a school bully.
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Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

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Syllabus Topics Fruit and vegetables, colours Grammar and structures Present Simple Present Progressive Imperatives Possessive adjectives Can / cant There is / There are Question words: what? / why? Conjunctions: and / but Prepositions of place

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz


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Stage 2 | 200 headwords | A1 | Starters/Movers Classic

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Can you imagine being whooshed away by the wind to a magic land of witches and strange characters? In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Friendship - A picture dictionary Fantasy Courage and persistence
Have you ever met Munchkins or Winkies or monkeys with wings and an all powerful wizard? This is the story of how Dorothy made some wonderful friends in a magic land and how she tried to get back home to Kansas. Did she manage? Youll have to read the story to fi nd out!

Stage 2

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Syllabus Vocabulary areas Grammar and structures Colours, clothes, parts of the Present Simple Verb + Infinitive body, directions Must and have to for obligation Determiners: some any Adjectives of description and feeling Prepositions of place

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J. M. Barrie

Young Readers

A1.1

Peter Pan
Illustrated by Elena Prette. Retold by Richard B. A. Brown.

Stage 3 | 300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Classic

J. M. Barri

Once upon a time, a long time ago, in London there was a happy family in a happy house. Happy parents, happy children, and a happy dog. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Friendship - A picture dictionary Adventure
Never leave your windows open at night. Anything can get in. The story of a boy who never grew up, with his friends Wendy and the jealous fairy Tinker Bell. Why are there no Lost Girls in Neverland? What did the crocodile want to eat? Find out in this new edition of the classic story, Peter Pan.

Stage 3

Illustrated by Elena Prette

Young

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Syllabus Topics Grammar and structures Adjectives Prepositions Connectives: and, but, so Comparatives and superlatives Nouns Pronouns: subject, object and possessive Determiners: a, an, the, some, any, lots of Family, gender Verbs: common regular and and gender role irregular verbs in the Simple Past, all forms Notions and Common regular and irregular verbs in the present, all forms concepts There is / are / was / were, all Feelings, likes forms + simple determiners and dislikes, Modal verbs: can and could ability, actions for ability and activities, Adverbs of manner and narration frequency

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Stage 3
Oscar Wilde

Young Readers

A1.1

The Canterville Ghost


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Retold by Jane Cadwallader.

Stage 3 | 300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Classic

The Canterville Ghost

Oscar Wilde

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Do you believe in ghosts? Well, the Otis family didnt until they met the Canterville Ghost. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities The Supernatural - A picture dictionary Human values
This is a story of life and death and love of a ghost trapped in the present because of the bad things he did in the past and how a young girl helps him to move on. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Grammar and structures Present, Present Continuous, Past Verb + Infinitive Adverbs Descriptive adjectives Prepositions of place

Stage 3

Young Readers

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The Canterville Ghost


Young Readers

Oscar Wilde

Audio CD

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Jane Cadwallader

Young Readers

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Uncle Jack and the Bakonzi Tree


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.

Stage 3 | 300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Original

In the deep green forest what can you see? Ants and snakes and spiders and monkeys up a tree! In the deep green forest what can you do? Take photos. Climb up and swing from trees too! In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Friendship - A picture dictionary Adventure
Jane Cadwallader

Uncle Jack
Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali Young Readers

and the Bakonzi Tree

A nail biting adventure in the Rwandan rainforest with Uncle Jack, Jim, Daisy and May (and of course Grumpy the dog!). Can they save the life of King Kambogo? You will learn something about the Nyungwe Forest in this exciting adventure where Uncle Jack and the others fly off to Africa to look for a cure for King Kambogo. They dont realise but there are some bad men who dont want them to find the cure! Syllabus Topics Grammar and structures Can / cant Must / mustnt Question words: what? / why? Prepositions of place Animals, nature, Past Simple regular feelings and irregular forms Verb + infinitive Verb + -ing Adverbs

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Stage 3
Jane Cadwallader

Young Readers

A1.1

Uncle Jack and the Emperor Penguins


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.

Stage 3 | 300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Original

Jane Cadwallader

Uncle Jack
Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali Young Readers

Here are the Emperor Penguins as happy as can be. Theyre off to lay their eggs in a place far from the sea. They stay here all the winter as cold as cold can be. Until their babies hatch in a place far from the sea. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Adventure - A picture dictionary Social Issues Animal Story
Come on an Antarctic adventure! Some Emperor Penguins cannot get to the place where they go every year to lay their eggs. Will Uncle Jack be able to help them? In this hilarious story you will learn something about the habits of the Emperor Penguins and follow Uncle Jack and the others in their race against time to help the penguins to the place where they lay their eggs. Syllabus Topics Grammar and structures Must / mustnt Question words: what? / why? / who? Prepositions of place Comparative sentences Distributives: every, all + noun

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and the Emperor Penguins

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Jane Cadwallader

Young Readers

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Uncle Jack and the Meerkats


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.

Stage 3 | 300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Original

Six baby meerkats sad and far from home! Uncle Jack and the children come to the rescue! In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Animals - A picture dictionary Adventure
Jane Cadwallader

Uncle Jack
Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali Young Readers

and the Meerkats

When Uncle Jack and the children find some homesick baby meerkats they decide to take them home to the Kalahari Desert. Getting there is easy in Uncle Jacks balloon. But the desert is a dangerous place. Can they keep them safe? Syllabus Topics Grammar and structures Must for obligation Shall for obligation Adverbs: never, sadly, a lot Comparatives / Superlatives: better best Animals, Past Simple regular nature, feelings, and irregular forms Verb + infinitive town Verb + -ing Could

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Stage 4
Lewis Carroll

Young Readers

A2

Alice in Wonderland
Illustrated by Margherita Micheli. Retold by Richard B. A. Brown

Stage 4 | 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Classic

It was a hot, hot day; her boring sister was reading a boring book with no pictures! and Alice didnt know what to do. When suddenly ... she saw ... a white rabbit. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Friendship - A picture dictionary Adventure
I am not a monster! thought Alice. But who am I? What am I? The classic story of a young girl who falls into a hole, eats and drinks poison and grows bigger and smaller. Syllabus Topics
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Verbs: common regular and irregular verbs in the Simple Past, all forms Notions and Common regular and irregular verbs in the concepts Feelings, likes present, all forms and dislikes, There is / are / was / ability, were, all forms + simple determiners actions and I think / Im sure + verb activities, Modal verbs: can and narration could for ability

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Jane Cadwallader

Young Readers

A2

Harry and the Crown


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.
Jane Cadwallader

Stage 4 | 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Original

Harry
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Put your elbows up stamp your feet on the ground make circles with your shoulders and turn around do the Armour Jive and count to five 1 2 3 4 5 HEY! In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Adventure - A picture dictionary Crime
In this amusing story Harry, the reluctant hero, braves robbers and ghosts and armour to triumph in the end (by accident!). Two detectives, Harry and Emma are sent to the castle to lie in wait for some robbers. The enthusiastic Emma persuades Harry to put on some armour as a disguise. The night is long and events take an unexpected turn. Harrys mood turns from reluctant to bored to horrified! How will the night end? Syllabus Topics Materials, directions, places in a town, parts of the body, clothes. Grammar and structures Past Simple Past Continuous Be going to Will Giving directions If (zero conditional) Be made of See you

Stage 4
Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

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Stage 4
Jane Cadwallader

Young Readers

A2

Harry and an Electrical Problem


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.
Jane Cadwallader

Stage 4 | 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Original

Harry
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Electrical Problem

Stage 4

When you have a problem and you dont know what to do. Just stop a moment and look around you. You might think your problem is as big as a house. But in fact it might be as small as a ... MOUSE! In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Adventure - A picture dictionary Crime
In this detective story our reluctant hero Harry has to try to solve some break-ins at the police station. Who is breaking into the police station? And why? Harry and his detective friends go on an adventure to discover the dark secret of a famous magician, but they get too close! Will Harry be able to rescue his friends? Will he be able to solve the puzzle? Syllabus Topics Transport, food, feelings, physical description Grammar and structures Past Simple Past Continuous Present Perfect Going to Will Might / Should Giving directions If will (1st conditional) So / after (conjunctions)

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

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Stage 4
Jane Cadwallader

Young Readers

A2

Harry and the Sports Competition


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.
Jane Cadwallader

Stage 4 | 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Original

and the Sports Competition


Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Harry

Harry is the very last person to volunteer for a sport competiton! In this story our reluctant hero braves golf and volleyball to come out tops (to everyones surprise!). In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Adventure - A picture dictionary Crime
Harry and his three friends are selected to take part in the Police Sport Competition. They arrive at the luxury hotel by the sea where the competition is to take place. Everything seems normal ... but something strange is going on at the hotel.

Stage 4

Young Readers

ELT
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Harry

Jane Cadwallader

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Sports and leisure, time, clothes and materials, work, the world around us

Young

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Audio CD

14,8 x 21 cm, 32 pages ISBN 978-85-8076-032-3 Audio recording of the whole story and the song

Stage 4
Rudyard Kipling

Young Readers

A2

The Jungle Book


Illustrated by Valentina Mai. Retold by Richard B. A. Brown.

Stage 4 | 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Classic

I can call him Mowgli, she said to her husband. Mowgli is Little Frog in the language of the jungle. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Friendship - A picture dictionary Family Animals
This is the real story of the Jungle Book. It is not a funny film for children. People and animals die. And one child kills the great tiger and changes the laws of the jungle. Syllabus Topics
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Grammar and structures Positive, comparative and superlative adjectives adverbs of time and manner Connectives: and but so because Determiners: a an that the this Nouns Pronouns: Subject, object and possessive

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Audio CD

14,8 x 21 cm, 32 pages ISBN 978-85-6362-389-8 Audio recording of the whole story

Verbs: Simple Present for narrative (common verbs- all forms) Simple Past for narrative (common verbs all Notions and forms) concepts Ability, actions Modal verbs can and and activities, could for ability; must for life and death, necessity / obligation Adjectives and adverbs: narration

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Paloma Bellini

Young Readers

A2

The Secret Passage


Illustrated by Luigi Raffaelli.

Stage 4 | 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Classic

You must start packing, Ned, says his mother, We are leaving early tomorrow... the mountains, remember? In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Adventure Nature - A picture dictionary
Ned is bored when his parents take him on holiday to the mountains, but there is an exciting adventure waiting for the boy from the city. Ned is not happy when his parents take him on holiday to a small mountain village he wants to stay at home and play computer games but the little village has a special secret, Ned just has to open his eyes! Syllabus Topics
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14,8 x 21 cm, 32 pages ISBN 978-85-6362-380-6 Audio recording of the whole story

Stage 4
Jack London

Young Readers

A2

White Fang
Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Retold by Jane Cadwallader.
Jack London

Stage 4 | 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Classic

White Fang
Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Would you like a wolf as a pet? This is the story of a wolf named White Fang and his journey through the world of men. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Nature - A picture dictionary Friendship Loyalty
This is the story of White Fang, a wild wolf who falls into the hands of men. They use White Fangs strength and are cruel to him so that he becomes fierce and dangerous. But through Scott, a different type of man, White Fang learns that between animals and people there can be love and respect and loyalty.

Stage 4

Young Readers

Syllabus Vocabulary areas Grammar and structures Present Past Past Continuous Present Perfect Will May Comparatives and superlatives Adverbs Look Like Prepositions Adjectives to describe character, weather, the world around us, body and face, the home, time

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Stage 1 Mark Twain Maureen Simpson Charles Dickens Stage 2 Maria Luisa Banfi Mary Flagan Frances H. Burnett Robert Louis Stevenson Stage 3 Charles Dickens Maureen Simpson Mary Flagan David Copperfield Destination Karminia Robin Hood Vals Diary A Faraway World The Egyptian Souvenir The Secret Garden Treasure Island A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court In Search of a Missing Friend Oliver Twist

Stage 1
Mark Twain

Teen Readers

A1

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court


Illustrated by Margherita Micheli. Retold by Jane Bowie.
Mark Twain

Stage 1 | Elementary | 600 headwords | A1 | Movers Classic

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court

This novel tells the story of Hank Morgan, the boss of a factory in late 19th century Connecticut, who awakens to find himself transported back in time to early medieval England at the time of the legendary King Arthur. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Games and language activities Fantasy Legend Adventure Love
One day, while Hank Morgan is working, a man attacks him and hits him on the head. When Hank wakes up he is in sixth century England. He is at the Court of King Arthur where he meets the Knights of the Round Table and Queen Guenever.

Stage 1

Te e n R e a d e r s

Syllabus Topics Adventure, Daily life, Emotions, People, Courage Grammar and structures Verb tenses: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Present Perfect, Past Perfect, To be going to, Conditional. Modal verbs: Can, could, have to, will. Conjunctions: and , but, then, because, when. Relative Pronouns: which, who, where, when, that, whose.

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Stage 1
Maureen Simpson

Teen Readers

A1

In Search of a Missing Friend


Illustrated by Andrea Goroni. Activities and Focus on by Sara Weiss.
im reen S Ma u

Stage 1 | Elementary | 600 headwords | A1 | Movers Original

Friend Missing
Illustrated by Andr ea Gor oni

In Search of a

pson

This isnt going to stop us! Were definitely going to find Wills! In this Reader you will find: Tags - Focus on Friendship - Comprehension activities Social Issues - Glossary of difficult words - Test yourself
What have the Black Hand Gang done? Have they kidnapped Wills, a brilliant young inventor? Where is he? Where have they taken him? No one knows where Wills has gone and his best friends, the twins Harry and Camilla are very worried. Last time they saw him, Wills was with the Black Hand Gang and he looked extremely unhappy! Luckily, Wills has left the twins lots of clues to follow maybe theyll find him soon. You can solve the mystery, you can find Wills. Youll discover his fantastic inventions too! Syllabus Topics Friends and enemies, Family and community members, Places, Problem solving, Describing places Grammar and structures Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple, Question words, Adjectives, Verb collocation

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 64 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-368-3 Audio recording of the whole story

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Stage 1
Charles Dickens

Teen Readers

A1

Oliver Twist
Illustrated by Maja Celija. Retold by Sarah Gudgeon.

Stage 1 | Elementary | 600 headwords | A1 | Movers Classic

Please, sir, can I have some more? asks Oliver. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Focus on Friendship and hate - Comprehension activities Social Issues - Glossary of difficult words - Test yourself
Oliver Twist is a poor orphan boy. He hasnt got a mum or dad and he lives in a terrible place called the workhouse. One day, he makes the master of the workhouse very angry and his life changes forever... What will happen next to Oliver? Where will he go? Will he find a nice family to live with or will Fagin and his gang of thieves make Oliver stay with them? Read this exciting tale of life in 19th century England and find out! Syllabus Topics Family and friends, The home, Colours, Food Grammar and structures Adjectives, Adverbs, Comparatives and Superlatives, Conjunctions, Can for ability and requests / permission, Determiners, Have got, Infinitive of purpose, Must for obligation, Nouns, Prepositions (place, time), Pronouns, Question words, Relative clauses, There is / There are, Verb tenses; Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple, Verb + infinitive / + ing, When clauses, Would like

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 80 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-371-3 Audio recording of the whole story

Stage 2
Maria Luisa Banfi

Teen Readers

A2

A Faraway World
Illustrated by LibellulArt. Activities and Focus on by Angela Tomkinson.
Maria Luisa Banfi

Stage 2 | Pre-Intermediate | 800 headwords | A2 | Flyers/KET Original

A Faraway World

Illustrated by LibellulArt

Oh! says Alex, a little surprised. Dont you feel African at all? No, not at all! Marquat replies firmly. Just because Im black doesnt mean Im not British. I am British, just like you! In this Reader you will find: Tags - Focus on... - Test yourself Friendship - KET-style activities - Comprehension activities Social Issues - Glossary of difficult words
Marquat, born in Cardiff, but with Nigerian parents is a typical teenager. Hes an intelligent, inquisitive boy but also sometimes insecure and shy. He hopes to do well in life and works hard to achieve his dreams. One day, unfortunately, he comes across racial prejudices because of the colour of his skin. However, just as he begins to think hes alone, he discovers the value of friendship which will help him overcome any problem. Syllabus Topics Family, friends and ourselves, Occupations and the world of work School and education: including school subjects, Daily routine Functions and Notions Ability, Actions and activities: including routines and manner, Feelings, Obligation, Offers, Likes and dislikes, Predictions, Suggestions, Talking about future plans Grammar and structures Adverbs, Adjectives, Prepositions, Phrases with when, Comparatives and superlatives, Gerunds, Imperatives, Present Simple, Future forms

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 64 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-385-0 Audio recording of the whole story

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Stage 2
Mary Flagan

Teen Readers

A2

The Egyptian Souvenir


Illustrated by LibellulArt. Activities and Focus on by Sarah Gudgeon.

Stage 2 | Pre-Intermediate | 800 headwords | A2 | Flyers/KET Original

Im going to solve this mystery! Im tired, but before I turn out the light, Im going to write down all the things Ill need for my investigation. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Focus on Crime Friendship - Glossary of difficult words - Comprehension activities - Test yourself
Sally wants to be a detective and her hobby is solving mysteries. But this time the mystery is really difficult! Read about Sallys adventures and enjoy! Syllabus Topics People Personal feelings School and Study Travel and holidays Functions and Notions Making predictions, talking about (im)probability and (im)possibility, Expressing opinions, agreement and disagreement, Expressing degrees of certainty and doubt, Understanding simple signs and notices Grammar and structures Present tenses: simple, continuous and perfect, Past tenses: simple, continuous, Future tenses: going to, will, Adjectives, Adverbs, Modals, Prepositions, Question formation, Verb patterns

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 64 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-381-2 Audio recording of the whole story

Stage 2
Frances Hodgson Burnett

Teen Readers

A2

The Secret Garden


Illustrated by Philip Giordano.

Stage 2 | Pre-Intermediate | 800 headwords | A2 | Flyers/KET Original

One day, in India, nine-year old Mary wakes she is completely alone. In this Reader you will find: - Information about Frances Hodgson Burnett - Comprehension activities - A section providing background and - An exit text contextual information - A glossary of difficult words

up and finds that Tags Friendship Emotions

Back home in England, she is sent to live with an uncle she has never met. His house is a strange, lonely place where she will gradually discover secret after secret in a new and magical world.
Te e n R e a d e rs

Syllabus Topics Family, friends and ourselves Occupations and the world of work School and education: including school subjects Daily routine Functions and Notions Ability, Actions and activities Feelings, Obligation Offers, Likes and dislikes Predictions, Suggestions Talking about future plans Grammar and structures Adverbs, Adjectives Prepositions, Phrases with when Comparatives and Superlatives Gerunds, Imperatives Present Simple, Future forms

ELT
A2

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 64 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-8076-033-0 Audio recording of the whole story

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Stage 2
Robert Louis Stevenson

Teen Readers

A2

Treasure Island
Illustrated by Bombo. Retold by Silvana Sardi.

Stage 2 | Pre-Intermediate | 800 headwords | A2 | Flyers/KET Classic

Treasure Island is an adventure novel, narrating a tale of pirates and buried gold. Treasure Island is an adventure tale known for its atmosphere, characters and action. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Focus on Courage - Test yourself - Glossary of difficult words - CLIL activity Adventure - Comprehension activities
After Jim Hawkins finds a map in an old sea chest, he starts an exciting adventure which will take him to a far off island in search of treasure. He sets sail with his friends, but they do not realise that many of the crew are pirates and their leader is the cook, Long John Silver. The pirates are determined to find the treasure first at all costs! Syllabus Topics Adventure, Betrayal, Loyalty, Courage, Friendship Grammar and structures Verb tenses: present, past, future, Modals, Question forms, Synonyms/antonyms, Adjectives, comparative and superlative forms, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Pronouns, Quantifiers, Verb patterns, Functions, Discuss plans, Ask for and give information, Give instructions, Make suggestions, Agree/disagree

Stage 2

Te e n R e a d e r s

ELT
A2

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 80 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-8076-083-5 Audio recording of the whole story

Stage 3
Charles Dickens

Teen Readers

B1

David Copperfield
Illustrated by Felicita Sala. Retold by Alex Peet.

Stage 3 | Intermediate | 1000 headwords | B1 | PET Classic

Stage 3

The story traces the life of David Copperfield from childhood to maturity. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Information about Charles Dickens Family Friendship Love Adventure
David Copperfield looks back on the first twenty-five years of his life. He is only eight years old when his mother, a young pretty widow, remarries. Unfortunately Mr Murdstone is not a good husband or father. David is sent away to school and only returns home when tragedy strikes. Syllabus
Te e n R e a d e r s

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Topics Clothes, daily life, work, family, home, emotions, people

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 80 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-8076-082-8 Audio recording of the whole story

Grammar and structures Tenses: Present simple: states, habits. Past simple: finished time. Past continuous: actions in progress at a specific time in past, interrupted actions. Present perfect simple: indefinite past, unfinished past. Past perfect: narrative. Futures: will/shall, present continuous Verb forms: Imperatives. Passives: present, past simple. Gerunds: after verbs, prepositions Conditionals: 1st conditional: possible present/future. 2nd conditional: hypothetical present/future. Reported speech: statements, questions, commands.

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Maureen Simpson

Teen Readers

B1

Destination Karminia
Illustrated by Simone Pontieri. Activities and Focus on by Angela Tomkinson.

Stage 3 | Intermediate | 1000 headwords | B1 | PET Original

After a long, sweaty and exhausting climb the team reaches the eastern peak of Ben Nevis. But a surprise is waiting for them when they reach the top... In this Reader you will find: Tags - Focus on - PET-style activities Adventure - Glossary of difficult words - Test yourself Nature - Comprehension activities Friendship
Maureen Simpson

Illustrated by Simone Pontieri

Te e n

Readers

Young professor Peng is looking for archaeology enthusiasts to help her in the search for the lost city of Karminia. Are you ready to follow her and her friends in this fascinating adventure? On the summit of Ben Nevis, in the Scottish highlands, an ancient city is hidden away. It can only be revealed in the sunlight. Three youngsters who are passionate about archaeology are going to discover the mysterious Karminia. Syllabus Topics Adventure, Ancient civilisations, Friendship, Nature, Technology Functions and Notions Asking for information, Expressing surprise, Giving instructions, Making arrangements, Making deductions, Making predictions, Making suggestions, Offering to do something, Summarising Grammar and structures Adverbs, Adjectives, Conditionals, Gerunds, Infinitives, Linking words, Phrasal verbs, Question tags, Verb tenses

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 64 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-367-6 Audio recording of the whole story

Stage 3 Robin Hood


Illustrated by Paola Chartroux. Retold by Silvana Sardi.

Teen Readers

B1

Stage 3 | Intermediate | 1000 headwords | B1 | PET Original

The daring and handsome nobleman Robin Hood is forced to live as an outlaw in Sherwood Forest, after the evil Sheriff of Nottingham kills his family and takes his land and money. With the help of his Merry Men, Robin becomes a hero, stealing from the rich to give to the poor. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Focus on - Test yourself Adventure - Comprehension activities - CLIL activity Friendship - Glossary of difficult words
Te e n R e a d e rs

Stage 3

ELT
B1

Will the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham manage to capture Robin and his friends? Will Robin regain his land and be able to offer Marian, his love, a real home? Read about this legendary hero of the English Middle Ages and discover all the exciting and romantic adventures he has with his band of Merry Men!

Syllabus Functions and Notions


Express opinions Make suppositions / requests / suggestions Agree /disagree Invite Give information Give directions Apologise Promise

Grammar and structures


Verb Tenses: Present /Past Simple, Present /Past Continuous, Present / Past Perfect (Continuous) Question forms / Future tenses / Conditionals Clauses with if, when, unless, as soon as , until, as long as / Modal verbs Present, Past, Future, Conditional Verb patterns / Synonyms Adjectives, Comparatives and Superlatives Too / enough Direct / indirect speech Active / passive

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 96 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-8076-034-7 Audio recording of the whole story

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Stage 3
Mary Flagan

Teen Readers

B1

Vals Diary
Illustrated by Laura Ferracioli. Activities and Focus on by Manuela De Angelis.

Stage 3 | Intermediate | 1000 headwords | B1 | PET Original

Wow! A date! This is my first date. Maybe next year my diary will be full of photos and secret letters like all my friends. Please come, Luke. Oh, Im so excited. I cant wait to phone Sally and tell her everything. Wednesday is so far away! In this Reader you will find: Tags - Focus on - Test yourself Family - PET-style activities - Comprehension activities Love & Friendship - Glossary of difficult words - An audio recording of the story Holidays
Schools over at last! Summer holidays are here but who wants to spend them in the countryside? Not Val, of course! She hates the country, but eventually shell change her mind. Guess why! Read her diary and find out. She tells her diary all about herself, her moods, her emotions and her dreams. This country holiday is really boring and she cant stand it, but dont despair something very exciting will happen soon, thanks to Luke and the others!

Syllabus Topics
Family, Friendship, love, Holidays

Functions and Notions


Feelings, Likes and dislikes, Talking about future plans, Predictions, Ability, Actions and activities, Offers, Suggestions

Grammar and structures


Verbs: regular and irregular forms, Modal verbs, Adverbs, Adjectives, Prepositions, Linkers, Comparatives and Superlatives, Nouns and pronouns, Determiners

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 64 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-391-1 Audio recording of the whole story

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Young Adult Readers


Stage 1 Jonathan Swift Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Stage 2 Charles Dickens William Shakespeare Stage 3 Charlotte Bront William Shakespeare Jane Austen Oscar Wilde Stage 4 James Joyce Mary Shelley Henry James Emily Bront Stage 5 Virginia Wolf Francis Scott Fitzgerald Stage 6 Joseph Conrad Heart of Darkness Mrs Dalloway The Great Gatsby Dubliners Frankenstein The Turn of the Screw Wuthering Heights Jane Eyre Macbeth Pride and Prejudice The Picture of Dorian Gray Great Expectations Romeo and Juliet Gullivers Travels The Hound of the Baskervilles

Stage 1
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

YOUNG ADULT READERS

A1

Gullivers Travels
Illustrated by Simone Massoni. Retold by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan.
JONATHAN SWIFT GULLIVERS TRAVELS

Stage 1 | Elementary | 600 headwords | A1 Classic

YOUNG ADULT READERS

Jonathan Swifts best known full-length work, and a classic of English literature. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Information about Jonathan Swifts life - A Glossary of difficult words Classic - CLIL History: European Exploration - Comprehension activities Literature - Exit test Satire
Gulliver is a doctor on a ship. He travels from England to many places. He meets little people and giants, he meets people from the past and horses who can talk. He also encounters pirates and terrible storms. Will he ever return home? Will he be happy in England?

STAGE 1

Syllabus
ELT
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Articles: a, an, the Nouns: countable and uncountable, plural, possessive Pronouns: subject and object, indefinite Quantifiers: some/any, more Adjectives: possessive, opinion Prepositions: place, time, movement, phrases, like

Verbs - tense, aspect, form: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple - regular and common irregulars, -ing forms after verbs and prepositions, can, must for obligation, need for necessity, imperatives, have got, would like, common phrasal verbs, there is/there are, know, think, hope etc + that clause, like/ dont like + ing Adverbs: frequency, manner Conjunctions: so, before, after, when

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 80 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-8076-087-3 Audio recording of parts of the story

Stage 1
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

YOUNG ADULT READERS

A1

The Hound of the Baskervilles


Illustrated by Federico Volpini. Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan.

Stage 1 | Elementary | 600 headwords | A1 Classic

Suddenly, in the darkness, there was a terrible, low howl and it came from the moor. The hound! cried Holmes. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Information about Sir Arthur Conan Doyles life - A glossary of difficult words Mystery - A section focusing on background and context - Comprehension activities - An exit test
An old family document says that everyone who lives at Baskerville Hall is in danger from a terrifying animal which lives on Dartmoor. When Sir Charles Baskerville dies in a mysterious way, his nephew, the young Sir Henry Baskerville, comes to live on Dartmoor. Is he in danger too? Is there really a dangerous animal on the moor, or did someone murder Sir Charles? Sherlock Holmes, the world-famous detective, is the only person who can solve the case. Or cant he? Even Holmes is worried.

Syllabus
Articles: a, an, the Nouns: countable and uncountable Plural, possessive Pronouns: subject and object, indefinite Quantifiers: some/any, more Adjectives: possessive, opinion Prepositions: place, time, movement Verbs: TENSE, ASPECT, FORM: Present Simple, Present Continuous Past Simple - regular and common irregulars, -ing forms after verbs and prepositions, Can, Must for obligation, Need for necessity, Imperatives, Have got, Would like, Common phrasal verbs, there is/there are, know think, hope etc + that clause like/dont like + ing Adverbs: frequency, manner Conjunctions: so, before, after, when

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Stage 2
Charles Dickens

YOUNG ADULT READERS

A2

Great Expectations
Illustrated by Caterina Baldi. Retold by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan.
CHARLES DICKENS GREAT EXPECTATIONS
STAGE 2

Stage 2 | Pre-Intermediate | 800 headwords | A2 | KET Classic

Great Expectations depicts the growth and personal development of an orphan named Pip. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Information about Charles Dickens life - Comprehension activities Classic - Sections focusing on background and context - KET-style activities English - CLIL History - Exit test Literature - Glossary of difficult words
Pip is born poor, but one day his life mysteriously changes. He is sent to London to learn to become a gentleman. But who is paying for his education? Who is paying for his life in London? We follow Pip as he grows up, falls in love and finally discovers the truth about himself.

YOUNG ADULT READERS

Syllabus
Nouns abstract nouns, compound nouns, noun phrases Relative Pronouns: who, which, that Adjectives: opinion, description, classification, participles as adjectives Verbs tense, aspect, form Present Perfect Simple Past, Continuous, Future with going to, Infinitives after verbs and adjectives, -ing forms after verbs and prepositions, Present and Past Simple Passive, shall for offers, should for suggestions, must for obligation, need for necessity, obligation Types of Clause: defining relative clause: who, where, zero and type-one conditionals

ELT
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Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 128 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-8076-086-6 Audio recording of the whole story

Stage 2
William Shakespeare

YOUNG ADULT READERS

A2

Romeo and Juliet

Stage 2 | Pre-Intermediate | 800 headwords | A2 | KET Classic Illustrated by Giorgio Baroni. Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE ROMEO AND JULIET

Romeo Montague was in love with Juliet Capulet. He went over to her. I dont know who you are he said. But I know that I love you. Youre very handsome, she replied. I think I love you too. Romeo kissed Juliet and then they kissed again. They were in love. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Information about William Shakespeares life - Comprehension activities Love and Hate - Sections focusing on background and context - KET-style activities - Glossary of difficult words - Exit test
The story of Romeo and Juliet is probably the most famous love story of all time. It is set in mediaeval Verona and follows Romeo, son of the house of Montague as he falls in love with Juliet, daughter of the rival house of Capulet. The story moves quickly towards its conclusion as bitter hate and ancient rivalry lead to tragedy. William Shakespeares play is retold here as an exciting story, making it accessible to learners of English.

STAGE 2

A2

YOUNG ADULT

READERS

Syllabus
Nouns: abstract nouns, compound, nouns, noun phrases Pronouns: relative: who, which, that Adjectives: opinion, description, classification, participles as, adjectives, predicative and attributive Prepositions: place, time, movement, phrases, like Verbs: TENSE, ASPECT, FORM: Present, Perfect Simple: indefinite past, Past Continuous: background, actions/ narrative, Future with going to, Infinitives after verbs and adjectives, -Ing forms, after verbs and prepositions, Present and Past Simple Passive, Shall for offers, Should for suggestions, Must for obligation, Need for necessity/ obligations Types of Clause: Defining relative clause: who, where, zero and type-one conditionals

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 64 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-376-8 Audio recording of the whole story

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Stage 3
Charlotte Bront

YOUNG ADULT READERS

B1

Jane Eyre
Illustrated by Rodolfo Brocchini. Retold by Liz Ferretti.
CHARLOTTE BRONT JANE EYRE

Stage 3 | Intermediate | 1000 headwords | B1 | PET Classic

Jane Eyre was an immediate bestseller, and most critics liked it. One reviewer wrote: It is one of the most powerful domestic romances which have been published for many years. In this Reader you will find: Tags - A short biography of Charlotte Bront - PET-style activities Love - A Glossary - Exit test Society - Comprehension activities
Jane Eyre is an orphan, and all alone in the world. But she is no ordinary young woman; despite her lonely and unhappy childhood, she is determined to succeed at a time when women have little freedom. When she meets the enigmatic Mr Rochester, however, her independent spirit is put to the test. Will Jane ever find the happiness she desires so much?

STAGE 3

YOUNG ADULT READERS

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Verb tenses: Present Continuous: future plans and activities, present actions. Past Perfect Simple: in reported speech and narrative. Modal verbs: cant: logical necessity. could: ability (was able to/managed to), possibility, polite requests; may/can/could: permission; might (present and future reference): possibility, permission; must: logical necessity and obligation.

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Stage 3
William Shakespeare

YOUNG ADULT READERS

B1

Macbeth

Stage 3 | Intermediate | 1000 headwords | B1 | PET Classic Illustrated by Simone Rea. Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE MACBETH
STAGE 3

Theres daggers in mens smiles (Act II, Sc. III) In this Reader you will find: - The Play - Information about Shakespeares life - A section focusing on theatrical superstition and idioms - A section focusing on CLIL Physical Geography Tags Ambition Power

- A glossary of difficult words - Comprehension activities - PET-style activities - An exit test

YOUNG ADULT READERS

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Scotland in the eleventh century. Macbeth is a brave general, loyal to King Duncan and to Scotland. Until, that is, he meets three evil witches after a battle against King Duncans enemies. They tell him that one day he, Macbeth, will be King of Scotland. This is the beginning of a story of ambition and evil, involving him and his calculating wife, Lady Macbeth. What follows leads them to terrible violence, murder, madness and ultimately to their own destruction.

Syllabus
Nouns: complex noun phrases Verbs: Present Perfect Simple: Unfinished Past with for and since, Recent Past with just, Past Perfect Simple, reported speech, should for obligation, would for hypothesis and polite requests, must for deduction, may for possibility. Types of Clause: type-two conditionals, conditionals with unless, clauses with although, clauses with so... that, time clauses with as soon as, until, before and after.

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 96 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-8076-036-1 Audio recording of the whole story

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Stage 3
Jane Austen

YOUNG ADULT READERS

B1

Pride and Prejudice


JANE AUSTEN PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Stage 3 | Intermediate | 1000 headwords | B1 | PET Classic Illustrated by Giovanni Da Re. Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan.

Everybody knows that it is true that any rich, single man must definitely want a wife. And, of course, all mothers think this rich, single man is the perfect partner for one or another of their daughters. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Information about Jane Austens life - Comprehension activities Love & Friendship - Sections focusing on background and context - PET-style activities - Glossary of difficult words - Exit test
Mrs Bennet has five daughters and they are all unmarried. When rich, single Mr Bingley comes to live in the area, she is sure that he will be the perfect husband for Jane, the eldest Miss Bennet. Then proud Mr Darcy comes to stay with Bingley. Will any of the Bennet daughters be good enough for him? Lively, intelligent Elizabeth Bennet doesnt think so. She dislikes Mr Darcy immediately. She prefers handsome soldier George Wickham, but is he all he seems? Why does Mr Darcy dislike him so much? Then Mr Collins comes to stay with the Bennets. Could he be the right man for Elizabeth?

STAGE 3

B1

YOUNG ADULT

READERS

Syllabus
Nouns: complex noun phrases Verbs: Present Perfect Simple: unfinished past with for and since, Recent past with just, Past Perfect Simple, Reported speech, Used to, Should for obligation, Would for hypothesis and polite requests, Must for deduction, May for possibility

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 128 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-375-1 Audio recording of the whole story

Stage 3
Oscar Wilde

YOUNG ADULT READERS

B1

The Picture of Dorian Gray


Illustrated by Antonio van der Zee. Retold and activities by Jane Bowie.

Stage 3 | Intermediate | 1000 headwords | B1 | PET Classic

A good portrait is a portrait of the artist, not the sitter. I am afraid I show my soul in this painting. In this Reader you will find: Tags - Information about Oscar Wildes life - Comprehension activities Fantasy - Sections focusing on background and context - PET-style activities - Glossary of difficult words - Exit test
Late nineteenth-century London: a city of contrasts. Great wealth and terrible poverty, beauty and ugliness, purity and immorality. Oscar Wilde takes the reader into this strange and fascinating world through the strange story of the picture of Dorian Gray. Young, handsome and innocent, the aristocratic Dorian is visiting his friend, the kind and gentle painter Basil Hallward, when he meets Lord Henry Wotton. Entertaining and cynical, Lord Henry introduces Dorian to the idea of a world where the only value is beauty, and everything must serve this ideal. But how can Dorian survive ageing and ugliness? In front of his beautiful portrait, painted by Hallward, Dorian makes a terrible wish. This wish will come true, dragging Dorian into a world of the senses, of beauty and joy, but also of terror, of fear and ultimately of murder

Syllabus
Present Simple + Passive, Present Continuous, Past Simple + Passive, Past Continuous, Present Perfect, Verb + ing, Ask someone to + inf, Make someone + base form of verb, To look + adj, To look like + noun, To be like + noun, Imperatives (+ negative), Can for ability and permission, Could for requests and ability, Must for obligation and logical deduction, Will for future prediction and decisions made at time of speaking, 0 conditional, 1 conditional, There is/are (+ past forms), Adjectives + comparatives + superlatives, Adverbs

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 128 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-382-9 Audio recording of parts of the story

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Stage 4
James Joyce

YOUNG ADULT READERS

B2

Dubliners

Stage 4 | Upper Intermediate | 1800 headwords | B2 | FCE

Classic Illustrated by Martina Merlini. Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan.
YOUNG ADULT READERS

Joyces first major work, written when he was only twenty-five, brought his city to the world for the first time.

In this Reader you will find: - Information about James Joyces life - Sections focusing on background and context - CLIL History - Glossary of difficult words

- Comprehension activities - FCE-style activities - Exit test

Tags Irish Literature

STAGE 4

An ambitious mother, a boy in love, a lonely older man, a cynical intellectual and a girl who dreams of a life in another country are just a few of Joyces Dubliners. In these realistic tales, Joyce reveals the hopes, fears and disappointments of his characters. He also shows us turn-of-the-century Dublin in fascinating detail. This selection of eight stories from Dubliners includes Eveline, Araby and a two-part adaptation of Joyces novella, The Dead.
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Verbs: tenses with This is the first , Present Perfect Continuous, Past Perfect Continuous, perfect infinitives, Future, Perfect, a wide variety of, phrasal verbs, complex passive forms, wish/if only. Types of Clause: type-three conditionals, mixed conditionals, relative: embedded, defining. Modal Verbs: might, may

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Stage 4
Mary Shelley

YOUNG ADULT READERS

B2

Frankenstein
Illustrated by Rodolfo Brocchini Studio Kojac. Adaptation and activities by Elizabeth Ferretti.

Stage 4 | Upper Intermediate | 1800 headwords | B2 | FCE Classic

After many more days and nights of study, I discovered exactly how life was created. With this knowledge I became the first man in history to have the power to create life from death.

In this Reader you will find: - Information about Mary Shelleys life - Sections focusing on background and context - Glossary of difficult words

- Comprehension activities - FCE-style activities - Exit test

Tags Science Fiction Fantasy/Horror

Victor Frankenstein is a young, ambitious scientist who wants to make a better world, but does not understand the consequences of his work. Victor makes great advances in the study of medicine and biology and creates a new species of human being one that is so terrifying it is known simply as the monster. In this fantastic adventure story, Victor and the monster fight an epic battle of courage and endurance. This science-fiction masterpiece asks questions about science that we are still asking today.

Syllabus
Verbs: Tenses with This is the first, Present Perfect Continuous, Past Perfect Continuous, Perfect infinitives, Future Perfect, A wide variety of phrasal, Verbs, Complex passive, forms, wish/if only, Types of Clause: type-three conditionals.

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 128 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-387-4 Audio recording of parts of the story

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Stage 4
Henry James

YOUNG ADULT READERS

B2

The Turn of the Screw

Stage 4 | Upper Intermediate | 1800 headwords | B2 | FCE

Classic Illustrated by Rodolfo Brocchini. Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan.

After I had accepted the position and agreed to his condition, I had two or three very bad days. I was full of doubts, sure I had made a terrible mistake. I was in this state of mind as I sat in the uncomfortable coach which was taking me to my new home.

In this Reader you will find: - Information about Henry Jamess life - Sections focusing on background and context - Glossary of difficult words

- Comprehension activities - FCE-style activities - Exit test

Tags Ghost story

A young woman starts her first job as a governess in charge of two young orphans, Miles and Flora, at a country house called Bly. The children are beautiful and well-behaved, but are they too good to be true? When the governess starts to experience strange visions, she suspects that the children are hiding a terrible secret. Are there ghosts at Bly, or is the governess going mad? Henry Jamess classic ghost story is retold here at level B2.

Syllabus
Verbs: Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future tenses including, Future Perfect, Irregular verbs: would for, willingness/ refusal, Third conditional, If clauses (in zero conditional), Used to and would, Phrasal verbs, Passive forms, Infinitive constructions Conjunctions: as soon as, but, however, and, because Determiners: whichever, whatever, whoever etc, either, neither, none, both, little, some, enough, every, most, time phrases Sentence types: Relative clauses: embedded, defining Modal Verbs: will, might, may, shall, could, should, Other: Adverbs, Where clauses, Phrases with when, Audio CD Before/After clauses (not with future reference)

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 128 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-6362-378-2 Audio recording of parts of the story

Stage 4
Emily Bront

YOUNG ADULT READERS

B2

Wuthering Heights
Illustrated by Gianluca Fol. Adaptation and activities by Elizabeth Ferretti.
EMILY BRONT WUTHERING HEIGHTS
STAGE 4

Stage 4 | Upper Intermediate | 1800 headwords | B2 | FCE Classic

In Wuthering Heights, Emily Bront shows us the destructive power of hatred and revenge, but she also explores love in its many forms and, in the end, her story is about hope.

In this Reader you will find: - Information about Emily Brntes life - Sections focusing on background and context - Glossary of difficult words

- Comprehension activities - FCE-style activities - Exit test

Tags Love and Hatred Jealousy and Revenge Victorian Society

Cathys life is changed forever when her father brings home an abandoned child he names Heathcliff. As Cathy and Heathcliff grow up, their love for each other is as wild as the moors. But, can love overcome jealousy? Can forgiveness enter hearts filled with pain and suffering?
YOUNG ADULT READERS

Syllabus
Verbs: Present Perfect Past Perfect Question forming and question words Irregular verbs would for willingness/refusal Third conditional If clauses (in zero conditional) Used to and would Phrasal verbs Passive forms Infinitive constructions Modal Verbs: Will Might May Shall Could Should

B2

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 128 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-8076-035-4 Audio recording of parts of the story

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Stage 5
Virginia Woolf

YOUNG ADULT READERS


Stage 5 | Advanced | 2500 headwords | C1 | CAE Classic

C1

Mrs Dalloway
Illustrated by Antonio Marinoni. Retold by Richard J. Larkham.
VIRGINIA WOOLF MRS DALLOWAY

Mrs Dalloway is a novel that details a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway in post-World War I. It is one of Woolfs best-known novels.

In this Reader you will find: - Information about Virgina Woolfs life - Sections focusing on background and context

- Glossary - Comprehension activities

Tags Love Society

STAGE 5

London 1923. The First World War has been over for five years, but the effects are still being felt all round the metropolis. A socialite and politicians wife prepares for one of her famous parties while somewhere else in the city an old friend contemplates the pain of past and present love, a war veteran struggles with his inner demons, and other characters live out the uncertainties and dramas of postwar English society.

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Verbs: Past Simple, Past Continuous, Present Perfect Simple and Continuous, Past Perfect Simple and Continuous, Future will and going to, Phrasal verbs. Modal verbs: Could/could have (past ability), Should/should have, Will/shall, Would/would have (habitual action/future in the past), Might/might have (future/present/past possibility), Must/must have (obligation/past deduction), Must not (prohibition), Need not (necessity).

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Stage 5
Francis Scott Fitzgerald

YOUNG ADULT READERS


Stage 5 | Advanced | 2500 headwords | C1 | CAE Classic

C1

The Great Gatsby


Illustrated by Rodolfo Brocchini. Adaptation and activities by Richard J. Larkhman.

Scott Fitzgeralds third novel was published in 1925 and has justifiably become a 20th century literary classic.
F. SCOTT FITZGERALD THE GREAT GATSBY

In this Reader you will find: - Information about F. Scott Fitzgeralds life - Sections focusing on background and context - Glossary of difficult words

- Comprehension activities - CAE-style activities - Exit test

Tags Love Society

STAGE 5

YOUNG ADULT READERS

ELT
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Gatsby? asked Daisy urgently. What Gatsby? Could it be the same young army lieutenant whom Daisy Fay met five years ago and who owns a sumptuous house on Long Island, where New York society enjoys the best parties on offer? Is it just coincidence that Gatsby lives across the bay from Daisy now married to wealthy polo-player Tom Buchanan? As one mans mysterious dream moves towards its ultimately tragic conclusion, Midwesterner Nick Carraway is drawn into the dark world of Gatsbys past and present a world of hidden frustrations and superficial relationships which perfectly illustrates the careless and confused nature of Americas Jazz Age.

Syllabus
Verbs: Present perfect simple and continuous Past perfect simple and continuous with time clause by Future tenses Phrasal verbs Modal Verbs: Could/could have (probability/past ability) Should Will Would/would have (future in the past) Might/might have (present/past possibility) Must/must have (present/past deduction) Must not (prohibition) Other: (eg. ask, reply, interrupt, repeat, suggest, comment, react, suppose, answer, explain)

Audio CD 14,8 x 21 cm, 144 pages Booklet ISBN 978-85-8076-037-8 Audio recording of parts of the story

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Stage 6
Joseph Conrad

YOUNG ADULT READERS


Stage 5 | Proficiency | Unabridged Texts | C2 | CPE Classic

C2

Heart of Darkness
Introduction, notes and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan.
JOSEPH CONRAD HEART OF DARKNESS
STAGE 6

Heart of Darkness is classified by the Modern Library website editors as one of the 100 best novels and part of the Western canon.

In this Reader you will find: - Information about Joseph Conrads life - An introduction focusing on background and context - Focus pages on colonialism, critical readings and themes and symbols

- Notes on the text - Activities to help with technical vocabulary - Post- and pre-reading activities

Tags Classic

Marlow, a man who has spent his life at sea, tells the story of a journey up the River Congo which changed his life. His journey upriver to find Kurtz, the charismatic head of a colonial trading station, takes him into the very heart of Africa and leads Marlow to question both Kurtzs dubious methods and his own very nature.
YOUNG ADULT READERS

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