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ELi Graded Readers The pleasure of reading

ELT Catalogue 2021


Contents

First ELI Readers

Young ELI Readers

10 12

Teen Eli Readers

Young Adult Eli Readers

34 48

New 2021 For 2021 we have done a total restyling of the Young ELI Readers and Teen ELI Readers series, to provide our readers with a more satisfying experience (above all aimed at teachers and students). Starting with the graphics that are fresh, clear and intuitive, we have also given each reader a whole new look. While maintaining the classic structure of our ELI Graded Readers, we have made some important changes.

New front cover layout with a strong visual impact combined with clear graphics to indicate the series.

An opening Book brief to highlight the book in 5 main points.

Brief description of each character.

Side columns provide explanations about the story and the characters. New layout of the activities, with additional tasks.

A caption explaining the illustration.

An “infographic” dossier to provide a brief summary about the author’s life and works.


ELI Graded Readers

Stage

First ELI Readers

Kindergarten

Young ELI Readers

Teen ELI Readers

Young Adult ELI Readers

Headwords

CEFRS

Cambridge English

Stage 1

100 headwords

below A1

Stage 2

200 headwords

A1

Starters/Movers

Stage 3

300 headwords

A1.1

Movers

Stage 4

400 headwords

A2

Flyers

Stage 1

600 headwords

A1

Movers

Stage 2

800 headwords

A2

Flyers/Key

Stage 3

1000 headwords

B1

Preliminary

Stage 1

600 headwords

A1

Stage 2

800 headwords

A2

Key

Stage 3

1000 headwords

B1

Preliminary

Stage 4

1800 headwords

B2

First

Stage 5

2500 headwords

C1

Advanced

Stage 6

Unabridged Texts

C2

Proficiency

ELI Graded Readers The new ELI Readers present themselves as narrative texts of great literary prominence with a strong identity, whether they are classics, adapted or whole, or originals. The different sections which complement the text (notes about the author, analyses, activities…) aim to enrich reading and facilitate understanding and language learning, without diminishing the pleasure of reading. The new ELI Readers are divided into four series: First ELI Readers, Young ELI Readers, Teen ELI Readers, Young Adult ELI Readers, according to the age of the readers and their language level, are in line with the indications set out in the Common European Framework of Reference for Language and include useful language certification exercises.

NEW

2021

The new ELI Readers are available in seven languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Chinese.

Methodology The four series present different methodological traits according to their language level. Young ELI Readers: • Five pages of exercises for revision at the end of each book. • An illustrated dictionary, on the inside of the cover, keeps the vocabulary the student needs within sight at all times. • Fun cut-out bookmarks personalize each book. Teen ELI Readers Young Adult ELI Readers: • The Before You Read Activities section contains pre-reading activities. • The After-Reading Activities section, at the end of each chapter, eases memorization and comprehension and rounds off with one or more Pre-Reading activities to pre-teach the vocabulary and structures in the subsequent chapter. • Useful dossiers focusing on culture and the author are supplied in the classics series. • The Test yourself section offers activities which take into account the whole story.

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Language Skills

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Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills are fully practised and developed through exercises specifically designed for each skill. The text, either whole or partial, is narrated by native speakers.

The Design Some of today’s most interesting illustrators have been chosen to illustrate each of the titles in the series with a visual ‘commentary’ designed to aid comprehension and draw the student into the stories. The clear and captivating design of these elegant books not only simplifies the task of understanding the text but also makes them a pleasure to hold and read.

The dossiers provide extra multidisciplinary information on topics related to the historical, geographical and cultural contexts of the volume. In the Classics series, notes about the author complete the dossier.

advertising when you let people know about something that is on sale audition when you try for a part in a film etc.

go clubbing when you go out for a drink and a dance

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FOCUS ON...

Robert, the writer

Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) Early life and Education Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scottish novelist, poet and travel writer. He was born on November 13th, 1850 in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. His grandfather, father and uncles were Scottish engineers and were famous for building lighthouses*. His mother was Margaret Isabella. Robert wasn’t a very strong child. He was very thin and was often ill. As a child, his nurse, Cummy, often read stories to him when he was ill, and this is where his love of books probably started. Indeed, as soon as he could read and write, he spent a lot of his childhood writing stories. He often had to stay at home because he was sick, and was taught by private teachers for much of his childhood until his health improved. In 1867, Robert went to Edinburgh University to study engineering, but it was obvious from the start that he wasn’t interested in this subject. However, each year, during the holidays he would travel around Scotland with his father to see the lighthouses his family had built. He went to places like Orkney and Shetland and spent three weeks on the island of Earraid in 1870. He enjoyed these trips because they gave him lots of ideas for his books. Robert then told his family that he no longer wanted to study

engineering and wanted to be a writer. His father was obviously disappointed, so Robert agreed to study law at university, so that at least he would have a safe income*. In 1873, Robert became ill again and went to stay in France for a few months where it was warmer. Then he came back to Scotland and started studying again, but he often returned to France and visited theatres and art galleries* in Paris. He finished studying at university in 1875 but he never worked as a lawyer, and only used his knowledge of this subject in his books.

Multimedia Files The Young ELI Reader series is designed to help children enjoy reading fun and engaging stories in English, both adapted children’s fiction classics and specially-written books. The Multimedia files that accompany the Young ELI Readers add a new, digital dimension to reading in class with an interactive whiteboard (IWB), to reading in the School multimedia centre or to reading at home on the PC. The Multimedia files allow children to: follow fun animations of the story.

A flip-though version of the entire book.

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A “karaoke” function that highlights the text as the recording is played.

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The text is divided into chapters and contains a glossary at the foot of the page.

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listen to the recordings on either a conventional CD player or a PC.

follow your dreams

tell them it’s for a show.’ The following evening, they did the show again and the sponsors loved it too. There was a man from a big advertising* company. He came and spoke to Isabel after the show. ‘You’ll never guess!’ said Isabel to the others. She was so excited, she was jumping up and down. ‘That guy does videos for sports stuff and he’s asked me to go for an audition* after the Christmas holidays!’ ‘Wow! That’s fantastic! Do they need a sax player too?’ said Gavin laughing. ‘Let’s all go clubbing*!’ said Max. ‘We’ve all worked really hard and we need some fun.’ They had a great night at the club. Only thing was, Gavin didn’t know that the boss of the pub where he worked was at the club too that night.

do engaging, interactive and auto-correcting exercises.

An interactive game.

A “Record” function that allows children to record their own voices and practise pronunciation and intonation.

After finishing university, Robert spent all his time travelling and writing. One of his trips to France and Belgium gave him the idea for his first book, An Inland Voyage. During this trip, he met Fanny Van de Grift Osbourne, an American woman who had left her husband and gone to live in France with her children. Robert fell in love with her and when she returned to California in 1878, he decided to join her there the following year, even if he was not in good health. He wrote about this journey from Scotland to California in his book, The Amateur Emigrant. Fanny and Robert got married in 1880, and their first months together are described in his book, Silverado Squatters.

In August 1880, he sailed back to Britain with Fanny. He spent the next seven years trying to find a place to stay that would help improve his health. During this time, he wrote his most famous novels. These include Treasure Island (1883) an adventure story about pirates, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1886) about a London lawyer who tries to understand the strange things that happen between his old friend, Dr Henry Jekyll and the cruel Edward Hyde, and the historical adventure story, Kidnapped written the same year. He was now a famous writer and earned enough money to have a comfortable life.

Later Life After his father died in 1887, he went back to America, hoping that the better weather would help his health. Then, in June 1888, he sailed from San Francisco and started a voyage in the Pacific that lasted three years. During this time, he visited many islands, his health improved a bit and he continued to write. In 1890, Robert bought some land in Upolu, an island in Samoa and decided to stay there. He helped the Samoan people in many ways and they loved him. They used to call him ‘Tusitala’ that in Samoan means ‘storyteller’. He died on 3rd December 1894 and is buried on Mount Vaea in Samoa. lighthouse income money you earn from your job

art gallery a building where you can see works of art

Task Complete this form about Robert Louis Stevenson. Born (date) Place of Birth Father’s job Most famous books Woman he loved Died (place and date)

____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________

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Digital resources To get the most out of each reader, you can find extra activities for each title on our website www.eligradedreaders.com • Extra activities for students (activities, fact-files, exam preparation exercises, etc.) • Extra activities for teachers (activities, fact-files, exam preparation exercises, assessment exercises, etc.)

To download the audio or multimedia files With PC or Mac

With smartphone or tablet

• Download the ELILINK app from

• Use the ELILINK app

Download MP3 audio or multimedia files from www.eligradedreaders.com

• Scan the cover

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Fairy Tales Stage 2 A1

The Gingerbread Man

Young ELI Readers

an

Readers

Fairy Tales

Young

The Young ELI Readers series expands to include a collection of Fairy Tales, the ones which accompanied generations of young readers…and still fascinate them today! The well-known and successful formula of the Young ELI Readers, with games and activities accompanying the text, is also adopted by the Fairy Tales titles, with the plus of some specific features.

Stage 1 below A1

Little Red Riding Hood

Fairy Tales

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a nz

Young

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Young

Readers

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Multimedia

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Readers

Classic

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Features

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Multimedia

Young

Readers

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ELT A1.1

Stage 3 A1.1

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Young

Readers

Classic

Multimedia

Young

Classic

Readers

Multimedia

Files

Illu stra ati ted by Ilaria Urbin

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Downloadable

Readers

Sno w

Young

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Fairy Tales

Downloadable

4

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Readers

Classic

Downloadable

Fairy Tales Stage 4 A2

Hansel and Gretel

Young

• 2 introductory pages of pre-reading activities enable the young learners to familiarize with the characters and the vocabulary of the story. • Entertaining while-reading activities all along the story, in addition to the activity pages at the end of the book. • Single and double Picture Dictionary pages present vocabulary and help to memorize it. • A song is featured in every book: fun is guaranteed! • Two Make it Project pages allow the young learners to make small object with the aid of authentic photos and simple instructions: they can thus create…while reading in a foreign language! • Two or more pages are devoted to dramatization of the story. With the Let’s act! section every pupil will get involved and take active part in an exciting drama project! • Every reader is accompanied by Multimedia files, adding a new, digital dimension to reading in class with an IWB or at home on the PC. With the Multimedia files children will follow fun animations of the story, listen to the recordings with a “karaoke” function, do engaging, interactive and auto-correcting exercises, and much more!

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Young Real Lives The Young ELI Readers/Real Lives series expands to include a collection of Children True Stories. It means that children from different and not so well known Countries tell ELI students about their daily life and Countries.

Features

ELT A2

Illustrated by Arianna Operamolla

Young

Young

Readers Real Lives

Enjoy this magical island

Toros Öztürk Stage 4 A2

Discover Sri Lanka with Us!

Toros Öztürk Doruk’s Cats - Through the Streets of Istanbul

Stage 4 A2

Anna Tarsetti

Readers Real Lives

ELT A2

Anna Tarsetti Discover Sri Lanka with Us! - Enjoy this magical island

21st

Files

Original

Multimedia

Readers

Illustrated by Alessandro Pugiotto

21st

Downloadable

Century

Multimedia

Skills

Files

Visit Saint Petersburg with Me!

Join Ivan and his family in Russia

Young

Young

Readers Real Lives

Stage 4 A2

Have fun with Irene, Camilla and their piano

Silvana Sardi Visit Saint Petersburg with Me!

Claudia Catitti Music in Florence! - Have fun with Irene, Camilla and their piano

Claudia Catitti

Stage 4 A2

ELT A2

ELT A2

Readers Real Lives

Readers

Original

Downloadable

Young

Century

Skills Illustrated by Alessandro Pugiotto

Young

n by i Writte na Sard

Silva

Skills

ELT A2

Original

Century

Files

Readers

Young

Juanita

Century

Skills

Files

Stage 4 A2

Wilma Suarez - Paolo Trevisanato

My Bolivia! Meet Ricardo, his family and friends

Readers Real Lives

Readers Real Lives

Stage 4 A2

Wilma Suarez - Paolo Trevisanato My Bolivia! - Meet Ricardo, his family and friends

Rossella Panuzzo Juanita and her Alpaca - Discover my Peru

Rossella Panuzzo

21st

Downloadable

Multimedia

ELT A2

Young

Readers

Original

21st

Downloadable

Multimedia

Illu Ari strate Ope anna d by ram olla

Young

Young

Illustrated by Matteo Piana

and her Alpaca

Stage 4 A2

Downloadable

Multimedia

Files

Nyangoma’s Story Jane Cadwallader

, A Child s Life in Uganda

Young

Young

Readers Real Lives

Ça Depend

ELT A2

Jane Cadwallader Nyangoma’s Story - A Child’s Life in Uganda

ActionAid International Italia Onlus My name is Ça Depend - Smile with me in the Congo

My Name is

Skills

Original

Protecting children together

Century

Stage 4 A2

Skills

Multimedia

Files

21st

21st

Century

Readers Real Lives

Peru

Readers

Readers

Original

Downloadable

Discover my

Young

Young ELT A2

21st

Downloadable

Files

Protecting children together

Readers

Readers

Multimedia

Original

Skills

Young

Young

Century Original

• 4 introductory pages of information and curiosities about the country the children are from, allow the young learners to get to know the main characteristics and interesting aspects of the country. • Stunning and authentic photos invite the reader into the children’s world, their family and their everyday life • An authentic story lets the reader become familiar with other cultures and different ways of living, while having fun • A cooperation between ELI and an NGO (non-governmental organization) for each Book: ELI donates parts of the proceeds for relevant development and aid projects • Final pages of activities, including tasks dealing with 21st Century Skills, help pupils to revise and analyse the story with a critical thinking approach, to compare cultures dealing with a great amount of information, to solve problems creatively while working in teams or small groups • A Multimedia files adds a digital dimension to reading in class, with an IWB, or at home on the PC. With the Multimedia files children follow fun animations of the story, listen to the recording with a ‘karaoke’ function, do engaging, interactive and autocorrecting exercises, and much more.

Downloadable

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Multimedia

Files

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In this reader you’ll find:

- Glossary of difficult words - After-reading activities - An audio recording of the book - Stunning photos of New York

Travel | Traditions | Recreation

Audio Files BN

ELT A1

ELT A2

Angela Tomkinson Festivals are Fun

Readers

In this reader you’ll find:

- Glossary of difficult words - After reading activities - An audio recording of the book

In this reader you’ll find:

Scotland is Magic! - Glossary of difficult words - After-reading activities - An audio recording of the book

Tags

History | Nature | Traditions

Teen

Tags

Audio Files

Non-fiction

Stage 2 A2

Stage 1

Readers Teen Audio Files

Non-fiction

ANGELA TOMKINSON

FESTIVALS are

FUN

Tags

A JOURNEY THROUGH BRITAIN’S FESTIVALS AND

ELT

Downloadable

Audio Files

A1

A llan:

Look at the inside front cover flap to find out how to download your free Audio files.

Elementary STAGE 1 600 headwords Pre-intermediate STAGE 2 800 headwords STAGE 3 1000 headwords Intermediate

A1 Movers A2 Flyers/KEY B1 Preliminary

Non-fiction | Real Lives www.eligradedreaders.com

ELT A1

Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classic and original for learners of English.

Downloadablestories

Audio Files

The pleasure of Reading

ELT A1

GORDON GAMLIN

m y v a n c o u ve r

Teen

Downloadable

Non-fiction

Teen Audio Files

The pleasure of Reading

Non-fiction

Stage 2 A2

Stage 2 A2

Stage 2 A2

Readers Real Stage Lives1 Teen Non-fiction A1

In this reader you’ll find:

- Glossary of difficult words - Comprehension and extension activities - Exit test - An audio recording of the story - Authentic photos

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Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classic and original for learners of English.

Downloadablestories

Have you ever thought about visiting Canada? Well to start with, read about a ‘cool’ Canadian guy called Al who lives in Vancouver. Al will tell you about his family and his school life. You can also discover what he does with his friends in his free time and what his dreams are. Is his life very different from yours? Read and find out!

ELT B1

T e e n E L ITeen R e a d e Readers rs ELT A 1

A1 Movers Elementary Pre-intermediate A2 Flyers/KEY B1 Preliminary Intermediate

www.eligradedreaders.com

Naoko: My Japan

Audio Files

T e e n E L ITeen R e a d e Readers rs ELT A 1

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Look at the inside front cover flap to find out how to download your free Audio files.

STAGE 1 600 headwords STAGE 2 800 headwords STAGE 3 1000 headwords

Downloadable

A1

Daily routine | Friends and Family | Nature and Customs

Non-fiction | Real Lives

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Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classic and original stories for learners of English.

The pleasure of Reading

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A1 Movers Elementary Pre-intermediate A2 Fyers/KEY B1 Preliminary Intermediate

Gabriele Rebagliati

Allan: My Vancouver

Audio Files

Non-fiction | Real Lives www.eligradedreaders.com

Traditions | Family | Friends

Downloadable

Look at the inside front cover flap to find out how to download your free Audio files.

STAGE 1 600 headwords STAGE 2 800 headwords STAGE 3 1000 headwords

Tags

Gordon Gamlin Allan: My Vancouver

Gordon Gamlin

Family | Friendship and team spirit | Traditions and nature

Audio Files

- Cultural boxes - Glossary of difficult words - An audio recording of the story - Authentic photos

BN

Tags Downloadable

In this reader you’ll find:

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- Cultural boxes - Glossary of difficult words - Comprehension and KEY style activities - Exit test - An audio recording of the story - Authentic photos

Have you ever been to Japan? Read the story of Naoko, a Japanese girl and discover all kinds of interesting things about this beautiful country. Naoko will show you how she spends her day, both at home and at school and what they do in Japan on special holidays. You’ll also meet her family and friends and she’ll tell you all her secrets!

Naoko: My Japan

Garpur: My Iceland

In this reader you’ll find:

Gar p ur : M y Ic el an d

Audio Files

A1

Gabriele Rebagliati

Silvana Sardi

Hello! My name’s Garpur, and this is a story about me and my country, Iceland. I suppose you’ve heard something about Iceland, but there are still lots of things you can read about this island in these pages like the best places to visit, our wonderful landscape, and the animals you can find here. Do you know what we eat? … what school is like here? … what young guys like me do in their free time? Well, it’s all here in this book, as well as information about my family and friends and … best of all … about my favourite sport, handball. Hope you enjoy it!

Gabriele Rebagliati Naoko: My Japan

Downloadable

ELT

ELT A2

S I LVANA SARDI

The pleasure of Reading

Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classic and original stories for learners of English.

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Teen Real Lives

ELT A2

www.eligradedreaders.com

Stage 2 A2

The pleasure of Reading

Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classic and original stories for learners of English.

A1 Movers Elementary Pre-intermediate A2 Flyers/KEY B1 Preliminary Intermediate

Non-fiction

Stage 3 B1

www.eligradedreaders.com

STAGE 1 600 headwords STAGE 2 800 headwords STAGE 3 1000 headwords

T e e n E L ITeen R e a d e Readers rs ELT A 1

A1 Movers Elementary Pre-intermediate A2 Flyers/KEY B1 Preliminary Intermediate

Non-fiction

T e e n E L ITeen R e a d e Readers rs ELT A 1

STAGE 1 600 headwords STAGE 2 800 headwords STAGE 3 1000 headwords

ELT

Look at the inside front cover flap to find out how to download your free Audio files.

Downloadable

Readers Real Stage Lives1

Audio Files

Silvana Sardi Garpur: My Iceland

Things to do | Traditions | People | Places

Look at the inside front cover flap to find out how to download your free Audio files.

Downloadable

Festivals are Fun

Scotland is Magic!

Do you want to join us on our A-Z journey around the festivals of Britain? Would you like to learn about the biggest dog show in the world? S festivals I LV A Nthere A SA Rin D Britain? I Or how many fire are Do you want to know what happens during the festival of sleep and find out on which day British people eat pancakes? You can discover the answers to these questions and learn much more about the different festivals and events that happen every year in Britain. Let’s go and have some fun!

Angela Tomkinson

Silvana Sardi

Do you like mystery, legends or haunted castles? Or how about vibrant cities and exciting festivals? Well, you will find all of these and much more in this A-Z about Scotland. It’s a country full of history and traditions and lots of surprises too! There’s something for everybody from sports to museums! So, come on! Start your A-Z journey through Scotland and discover the magic of this fantastic country!

The pleasure of Reading

Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classic and original stories for learners of English.

Downloadable IS

ELT A2

Silvana Sardi Scotland is Magic!

www.eligradedreaders.com

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A1 Movers Elementary Pre-intermediate A2 Flyers/KEY B1 Preliminary Intermediate

Non-fiction

Non-fiction

The pleasure of Reading

Stage 2 A2

www.eligradedreaders.com

STAGE 1 600 headwords STAGE 2 800 headwords STAGE 3 1000 headwords

Stage 2 A2

Non-fiction

Look at the inside front cover flap to find out how to download your free Audio files.

Audio Files

T e e n E L ITeen R e a d e Readers rs ELT A 1

A1 Movers Elementary Pre-intermediate A2 Flyers/KEY B1 Preliminary Intermediate

T e e n E L ITeen R e a d e Readers rs ELT A 1

STAGE 1 600 headwords STAGE 2 800 headwords STAGE 3 1000 headwords

Downloadable

Stage 1

Audio Files

Teen

Teen

City Life | People | Places | Things to do

Look at the inside front cover flap to find out how to download your free Audio files.

Downloadable

Stage 2 A2

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A1

Teen

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Enjoy New York

- Glossary of difficult words - After reading activities - An audio recording of the book

Angela Tomkinson

Angela Tomkinson Enjoy New York Let’s all go to the Big Apple! Come with us on our A-Z journey to one of the most exciting and fun cities in the world. Do you want to know what’s the tallest building in New York? Or what New Yorkers like doing in their free time? Would you like to learn about the food people eat in New York ? Or which famous people are from this city? You can discover the answers to these questions and learn much more about the people, places and things in the city that never sleeps. Enjoy the book! Enjoy New York!

Audio Files

Stage 2 A2

ELT A2

ELT

Non-fiction

A1

Downloadable

Stage 2 A2

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Audio Files

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Loving London

In this reader you’ll find:

The pleasure of Reading

Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classic and original stories for learners of English.

Downloadable BN IS

Angela Tomkinson Loving London

Who wants to go on a trip to London? You? Then join us on our A-Z journey through this ancient and modern city. It’s a city which is full of surprises and there’s always something to see and do in this exciting capital. If you like art or nature, sport or culture, food or museums then this is the place for you! So, what are you waiting for? Let’s start our journey now and discover everything there is to know about London!

ELT A2

Angela Tomkinson

ELI proposes: Great Friends, a volume that describes friendship in various contexts: between cartoon characters, actors, musicians or historians, between man and animals. Each double spread looks in detail at the value of a story and quotations emphasise the theme it deals with. Dear Diary offers snippets from a famous diary, that of Anne Frank, to those of less-known diaries such as Bob Dylan or Salvador Dalì. Loving London and Enjoy New York introduce the reader to these two cities in a fresh, lively way, offering original news and intriguing facts.

www.eligradedreaders.com

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Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classic and original stories for learners of English.

A1 Movers Elementary Pre-intermediate A2 Flyers/KEY B1 Preliminary Intermediate

Non-fiction

Non-fiction

The pleasure of Reading

Stage 2 A2

www.eligradedreaders.com

Stage 2 A2

Non-fiction

Look at the inside front cover flap to find out how to download your free Audio files.

STAGE 1 600 headwords STAGE 2 800 headwords STAGE 3 1000 headwords

Stage 1

A1 Movers A2 Flyers/KEY B1 Preliminary

T e e n E L ITeen R e a d e Readers rs ELT A 1

Elementary Pre-intermediate Intermediate

T e e n E L ITeen R e a d e Readers rs ELT A 1

STAGE 1 600 headwords STAGE 2 800 headwords STAGE 3 1000 headwords

Audio Files

Stage 1

Biography | Music | Literature | History | Art | Humour Downloadable

Readers

Audio Files

Readers

Tags

Look at the inside front cover flap to find out how to download your free Audio files.

Downloadable

Stage 2 A2

Teen

Friends | Famous people | Books/films

Readers

Stage 1

In this reader you’ll find:

- Diary extracts from twenty writers – Information about the life of each writer – Glossary of difficult words – Comprehension and grammar activities – Preliminary-style activities – Final test

Tags

Non-fiction

- Glossary of difficult words - After reading activities - An audio recording of the book

Stage 3 B1

In this reader you’ll find:

Dear Diary... A Collection of the World’s Best Diaries

In this book, you will find the diaries of many different people. Here are writers, artists, musicians, and people with important stories to tell. Some are famous – Anne Frank, George Orwell and Kurt Cobain – others you will meet for the first time.

Readers Real Stage Lives1

Stage 1 A1

Stage 2 A2

“The most important thing is not to think very much about oneself.” Virginia Woolf

Readers

Stage 1 A1

ELT A2

Edited by Liz Ferretti Dear Diary... A Collection of the World’s Best Diaries

Edited by Liz Ferretti

The ELI Readers catalogue offers a vast selection of non-fiction volumes, or to be more precise, the type of text that whilst not being fiction, nonetheless, are of literary value. These texts are suitable for presenting situations, daily-life facts, problems about life, biographies or descriptions of cities.

Great Friends!

We all need friends. Friends are important. Friends are fun. Friends are there when we need them. You can have one friend or you can have many friends. The important thing is to be a good friend! But what do famous friends do when they’re together? Can animals be friends? Which group of friends met on X-Factor? Which two friends were in the same film? Do you want to know the answers to these questions? You can find all the answers here and much much more. So, what are you waiting for? Start reading now!

Angela Tomkinson

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Syllabus Young Eli Readers

Teen Eli Readers

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A1.1 Movers 300 headwords

Elementary A1 Movers 600 headwords

Pre-Intermediate A2 Flyers/KET 800 headwords

Intermediate B1 PET 1000 headwords

A1 Elementary 600 headwords

Verb tenses and patterns Positive, negative, question and short answer forms including contractions Positive imperative forms Present Simple Present Continuous can/can’t for ability, requests and permission have got for possession Let’s There is/are

Verb tenses and patterns Past Simple of regular and common irregular verbs Verb + infinitive Verb + -ing Infinitive of purpose want/ask someone to do something must/mustn’t for obligation and prohibition have (got) to/ had to shall for offers could (past form of can) would and wouldn’t like going to for future reference will for future reference

Verb tenses and patterns Positive, negative, question and short answer forms including contractions Positive imperative forms Present Simple Present Continuous, also for future reference going to, will Past Simple of regular and very common irregular verbs Verb + infinitive Verb + -ing Infinitive of purpose want/ask someone to do something must/mustn’t for obligation and prohibition have (got) to/ had to can/can’t for ability, requests and permission shall for offers could (past form of can) would and wouldn’t like let’s

Verb tenses Past Simple of irregular verbs Present Perfect Simple: recent past with just, indefinite past with yet, already, never, ever, unfinished past with for and since Past Continuous Past continuous vs Past Simple

Verb tenses Present Perfect Simple: the first/ second etc. time that… Present Perfect Simple: negative duration (haven’t ….for ages) Past Perfect Simple: narrative, reported speech

Verb forms and tenses Positive, negative, question and short answer forms including contractions Positive and negative imperative forms Present Simple have got there is/are will for offers, requests and future meaning Past Simple of regular and very common irregular verbs can/can’t for ability, requests and permission could (past form of can) have to for obligation would and wouldn’t like Common phrasal verbs with transparent meanings -ing forms after go

Sentence types Simple one-clause sentences Two clauses joined with and, but or or Direct speech + noun/ pronoun + say/ask

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A1 Starters/Movers 200 headwords

A2 Flyers 400 headwords

Verb tenses and patterns Positive, negative, question and short answer forms including contractions Positive imperative forms Present Simple Present Continuous can/can’t for ability, requests and permission have got for possession Let’s There is/are Two clauses joined with because

Verb tenses and patterns Negative question forms Negative imperative forms Present Simple passive with common verbs (eg made, called, born) Past Continuous Present Perfect Simple: recent past with just, indefinite past with ever etc

Sentence types Simple one-clause sentences Two clauses joined with and, but or or Direct speech + noun/ pronoun + say/ask

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Modal Verbs will for offers may/might for possibility shall for suggestions could for ability, polite requests should for advice

Types of clauses Co-ordination with but, and, or, then Subordination with because, when

Verb forms and patterns Negative question forms Negative imperatives Short questions Infinitives after adjectives Gerunds after prepositions Gerunds as subjects and objects Passive forms: Present Simple and Past Simple with very common verbs (e.g. made, called, born) Modal verbs could: ability, polite requests would: polite requests will: offers, promises etc shall: suggestions should: advice may (present and future reference): possibility need: necessity needn’t: lack of necessity Types of clause Main clause Co-ordinate clause Subordinate clause following sure, certain, kno, think, believe, hope, saY, tell, if, where, when, because Subordinate clause with if (zero and first conditionals) Defining relative clauses

Verb forms and patterns so/neither/nor + auxiliaries in short answers Question tags Verb + object + full infinitive (e.g. I want you to go.) Verb + object + infinitive give/take/ send/bring/show + direct/indirect object Causative have/get Common phrasal verbs/verbs with prepositions Second conditional Simple reported speech: statements, questions and commands with say, ask, tell Modal verbs could: possibility might (present and future reference): possibility ought to: obligation don’t have to/ haven’t got to: lack of obligation used to + infinitive (past habits) Types of clause Defining relative with zero pronoun Time clauses introduced by when, while, until, before, after, as soon as Clauses of purpose

Sentence types Two clauses joined with so, before, after, when Direct speech + subject/verb inversion Reported speech with present tense reporting verb know, think, hope etc + that clause


ELI Readers are meticulously graded, with careful reference to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). This ensures that learners will meet language and structures they have already studied or which are commensurate with their level, making reading an achievable, enjoyable and stimulating experience. Young Adult Eli Readers

Stage 2 Pre-Intermediate A2 KET 800 headwords Verb tenses Present Continuous Past Simple of regular and irregular verbs Past Continuous Past continuous vs Past Simple Future reference: Present Continuous, going to, will, shall, Present Simple Present Perfect Simple: recent past with just, indefinite past with yet, already, ever, never, unfinished past with for and since Present Perfect vs Past Simple Modal verbs could: ability, requests and suggestions will: promises, predictions would for desires, preferences shall: suggestions, offers, plans should (present and future reference):advice may (present and future reference): possibility must: personal obligation mustn’t: prohibition have (got) to: external obligation need (to)/needn’t: necessity Verb forms and patterns Passive forms: Present Simple and Past Simple Short questions (Can you?) and Short answers (No, he doesn’t) Infinitives (with and without to) after verbs and adjectives Gerunds after prepositions and verbs Gerunds as subjects and objects be able to infinitive of purpose Question tags Common phrasal verbs with nontransparent meanings so/neither/nor + auxiliaries in short answers

Sentence types Main clause Sentences with more than two main clauses Sentences with one main and one subordinate clause Subordination (in the Present Simple or Present Continuous) after verbs such as: be sure, know, think, believe, hope, say, tell Subordination after: because, when, where Co-ordination: but, and, or, and then Zero and first conditionals Defining relative clauses Clauses with wh words Clauses ending in so, not Reported speech with to + infinitive Participle clauses Adjectives/nouns + that clause

Stage 3 Intermediate B1 PET 1000 headwords

Verb tenses Present Perfect Simple: the first/ second etc. time that… Present Perfect Simple: negative duration (haven’t ….for ages) Past Perfect Simple: in reported speech and narrative Modal verbs can’t: logical necessity could: ability (was able to/managed to,) possibility may/can/could: permission might (present and future reference): possibility, permission must: logical necessity and obligation don’t have to /haven’t got to /didn’t have to: lack of obligation had to: obligation would rather: preference should: (present and future reference): moral obligation ought to: (present and future reference): moral obligation used to/would: past habits and states Verb forms and patterns Causative: have/get + object + past participle make/let + infinitive Past forms with going to and will Verb + object + full infinitive (e.g. I want you to help.) Verb + object + infinitive give/take/ send/bring/show + direct/indirect object be used to + ing Simple reported speech: statements, questions and commands with say, ask, tell Phrasal verbs/verbs with prepositions had better for advice or desirability

Time clauses introduced by when, while, until, before, after, as soon as Clauses of purpose: so that, (in order) to (infinitive of purpose) First conditional with unless Second conditional Second conditional with wish Clauses of result: so, so…that, such…. that Clauses of concession: although, though

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Advanced C1 CAE 2500 headwords

Verbs Present Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Simple: negative duration (hadn’t ….for ages) Past Perfect Continuous Future Continuous Future Perfect

Verb tenses Verb tenses Future perfect continuous

Verb forms and patterns Passive forms with all tenses Passive forms with modal verbs Phrasal verbs with non-transparent meanings Reported speech introduced by precise reporting verbs (e.g. suggest, promise, apologise, threaten, insist, complain) It’s time + past tense

Sentence types Inversion in third conditional sentences without if Inversion after other initial negative adverbs (at no time, little etc) Inversion of subject and verb after adverbial expressions of place Complex clauses with no restrictions on number of subordinate clauses

Modal verbs would for willingness/ refusal modal perfects (must have, could have etc) Sentence types Embedded relative clauses Third conditional wish, if only Mixed conditional sentences Emphatic structures with what Clauses of concession: even though, in spite of, despite Complex sentences with more than one subordinate clause Inversion after hardly, no sooner, not only -ing/wh- clause as subject

Stage 6 Proficiency Unabridged Texts C2 CPE This stage contains the original, unabridged version of texts.

Sentence types Complex sentences where the relations between clauses are uncomplicated Non-defining relative clauses

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Friendship | Helping others | Respecting and appreciating differences

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A lion trapped in a net and an ant in a puddle. Who will rescue them and so gain a new friend? These are two stories from the Aesop’s Fables collection, which have stood the test of time and been read and loved by generations all over the world. At their heart, the stories have important lessons. The first is that, when we need help, it can come from the most unexpected of places! The second is an illustration of Aesop’s own saying: ‘No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.’

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Aesop’s Fables Adaptation and activities by Jane Cadwallader. Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. A lion trapped in a net and an ant in a puddle. Who will rescue them and so gain a new friend? These are two stories from the Aesop’s Fables collection, which have stood the test of time and been read and loved by generations all over the world. At their heart, the stories have important lessons. The first is that, when we need help, it can come from the most unexpected of places! The second is an illustration of Aesop’s own saying: ‘No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.’ Syllabus Vocabulary areas animals, colours, feelings, adjectives Grammar and structures Present simple Imperatives Can Articles Adverbs Tags Friendship | Helping others | Respecting and appreciating differences

First ELI Readers | Classic Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3120-6 Word count 248

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Martha and the Woolly Rhino Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Martha the mammoth and her prehistoric animal friends are playing happily together in the wood when Martha discovers a baby woolly rhino called Ryan who has lost his mum and dad. While Martha and her friends look after the baby rhino, Bella the butterfly sets off in search of Ryan’s parents. The fear of getting lost is one readers of this age will readily relate to and the way the young animals look after the baby rhino and imaginatively solve the problem will delight and amuse children. Syllabus Vocabulary areas animals, colours, family, friendship Grammar and structures Present simple Present continuous Imperatives Articles Tags Helpfulness | Kindness to animals | Problem-solving

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Hans Christian Andersen

Hans Christian Andersen’s Stories

Adaptation and activities by Jane Cadwallader. Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. These are two of Hans Christian Anderson’s most popular stories. In The ugly duckling the farmyard animals reject a little duck because he is different. In The princess and the pea beautiful princesses turn out to have not very beautiful characteristics and a poor girl turns out to be a true princess. In both stories children are led to be sympathetic to the unpopular characters. The lessons behind the stories are important for children. Think for yourselves, be kind and don’t jump to conclusions; you can’t always go by appearances!

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Tessa is a very active sabre-toothed tiger! When she finds out there is a tiger birthday party, she is very excited and ready to go straight away. However, the other animals feel she should definitely clean up first! Martha and friends help her to have a bath, brush her hair and clean her teeth ILLUSTRATED before theyBYall set off together. On the way Sancho the squirrel and GUSTAVO MAZALI the communal present fall into the muddy river. Who is going to rescue them? And at what cost? The importance of hygiene is one theme of this story. The other is that we should always give a helping hand when we can.

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These are two of Hans Christian Andersen’s most popular stories. In The Ugly Duckling, the farmyard animals reject a little duck because he is different. In The Princess and the Pea, beautiful princesses turn out to have not very beautiful characteristics and a poor girl turns out to be a true princess. In both stories children are led to be sympathetic to the unpopular characters. The lessons behind the stories are important for children. Think for yourselves, be kind and don’t jump to conclusions; you can’t always go by appearances!

Hans Christian Andersen Hans Christian Andersen’s Stories

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Martha and the Tiger Party Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Tessa is a very active sabre-toothed tiger! When she finds out there is a tiger birthday party she is very excited and ready to go straight away. However, the other animals feel she should definitely clean up first! Martha and friends help her to have a bath, brush her hair and clean her teeth before they all set off together. On the way Sancho the squirrel and the communal present fall into the muddy river. Who is going to rescue them?…. And at what cost? The importance of hygiene is one theme of this story. The other is that we should always give a helping hand when we can.

Syllabus Vocabulary areas farm animals, colours, family, adjectives for describing people Grammar and structures Present simple Present continuous Has / Have got There is / are Adverbs Question words: Who? / What? / Which?

Syllabus Vocabulary areas everyday hygiene, parts of the body, sports and leisure verbs Grammar and structures Present simple Present continuous Pronouns Has / Have got Adjectives Can for ability Like / love + verb -ing

Tags Empathy | Kindness to others | Not jumping to conclusions | Citizenship

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Mark Twain The Prince and the Poor Boy

This story by Mark Twain explores the saying: Katie, Pirate ‘The grassthe is always greener on the other side!’ A poor boy and a prince swop places with unforeconsequences. and seen the Treasure Through the story, the reader empathises with the boys’ dilemma. They learn what it’s like to live in the shoes of the other and their eyes are opened to a new reality. In the end, readers see how the boys take up theirIllustrated own lives again... bybut with lives enriched by the experience the lasting friendship Gustavo and Mazali which has grown between them.

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Katie, the Pirate and the Treasure Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Katie has some special friends: Regazza the doll and Monty the mouse. They live in the Land of Forgotten Toys, the place where toys go when they are thrown away or are left forgotten in a toy box for a long time. One day Regazza and Monty go to find Katie. A pirate with a problem has just arrived in the Land of Forgotten Toys. Can she help him? This is a humorous adventure story about friendship and using co-operation to solve a problem. Syllabus Vocabulary areas feelings, adjectives, fantasy, nature Grammar and structures Present simple Present continuous Imperatives Can There is / There are Prepositions of place Tags Citizenship | Resourcefulness | Friendship

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Katie has some special friends: Regazza the doll and Monty the mouse. They live in the Land of Forgotten Toys, the place where toys go when they are thrown away or are left forgotten in a toy box for a long time. One day Regazza and Monty go to find Katie. A pirate with a problem has just arrived in the Land of Forgotten Toys. Can she help him? This is a humorous adventure story about friendship and using co-operation to solve a problem.

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The Prince and the Poor Boy Retold by Jane Cadwallader. Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. This story by Mark Twain explores the saying: ‘The grass is always greener on the other side!’ A poor boy and a prince swop places with unforeseen consequences. Through the story, the reader empathises with the boys’ dilemma. They learn what it’s like to live in the shoes of the other and their eyes are opened to a new reality. In the end, readers see how the boys take up their own lives again... but with lives enriched by the experience and the lasting friendship which has grown between them. Syllabus Vocabulary areas rooms and furniture, feelings, food, adjectives Grammar and structures Present simple Present continuous Imperatives There is / There are Prepositions of place Possessive ’s Tags Respect for other people | Curiosity | Friendship

100 headwords | below A1 | Starters Original Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3122-0 Word count 670

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When the children go with their mother to a Viking Katie, Teddy archaeological site Granny Fixit organises an interesting encounter for them with some Viking Together they find a baby whale on the andchildren. the Princess beach. Will they be able to help the baby whale go back to its mother in the sea? Illustrated by In this reader you will find: Gustavo Mazali

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Two Stories About Soup Retold by Jane Cadwallader. Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. These are two traditional stories around getting the ingredients to make soup. In the first one, retold in a famous version by Aleksey Tolstoy, who will help grandpa pull up a huge turnip to make soup for his family? In the second, of central European origin, how can a poor man make a delicious soup? Both stories have a strong strand of humour but underlying them are important messages about being ready to ask for and to give help, about the importance of teamwork … And about using your imagination and ingenuity. Syllabus Vocabulary areas family and friends, food, animals, time and meals Grammar and structures Present simple Present continuous Has / Have got Determiners Can for ability Would like Tags working as a team | resourcefulness | helping others | empathy

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When Maxi gets lost Rumbledumble and the children search everywhere for him. But Maxi is far away in another, very different, world. Will Maxi get back? Will Rumbledumble find him? This is a story about the loyalty between a man and his dog, about determination and about how help is not all one way; sometimes children can help adults too! It’s also about being kind to a stranger … Even when that stranger is a little dog! Syllabus Vocabulary areas transport, sports and leisure, places and directions Grammar and structures Present simple Present continuous Prepositions of place Verb + Infinitive Determiners Can / Can’t for ability and possibility There is / There are Tags Using initiative | Kindness to strangers | Supporting friends

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The Wonderful Wizard of OZ Retold by Jane Cadwallader. Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Can you imagine being whooshed away by the wind to a magic land of witches and strange characters? 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? You’ll have to read the story to find out! Syllabus Vocabulary areas Colours, clothes, parts of the body, directions Grammar and structures Present simple, Verb + infi nitive, Must and have to for obligation, Determiners: some - any, Adjectives of description and feeling, Prepositions of place

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PB3 and the Jacket Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. ‘These are animals from a farm. A pig goes oink and a sheep goes baa. There’s a chicken and a duck and a horse of course. And a sad little goat with a curly coat.’ 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 Vocabulary areas Clothes, animals, colours, feelings Grammar and structures Present simple, Present progressive, Imperatives Possessive adjectives, Adverbs, There is / There are, Question words: what? / why?, Conjunctions: and / but, Prepositions of place Tags Friendship | Adventure | Human Interest

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Dr Domuch and the Dinosaur Egg What would you do if you found a baby dinosaur in your oven? This is what happens to Sally and her brother and sister. Sally and Orry, the dinosaur, quickly make friends. But how can the children protect him from the rest of the world? Underlying this story are lessons about taking initiatives and working in a team as well as a few facts about dinosaurs. There is also a good dose of humour as the children, helped by Dr Domuch try to solve the problem of what to do with Orry. Syllabus Vocabulary areas science, nature, physical descriptions, friendship Grammar and structures Present simple Past simple (regular and irregular forms) Imperatives Can There is / There are Comparative and superlative adjectives Tags Problem-solving | Kindness to animals | A positive attitude to learning

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In this story by Frances Hodgson Burnett, a young girl called Mary starts out as unloved and unlovable. She moves home and, through her contact with country life and people, she gradually changes. She discovers an abandoned garden which gives her a driving aim in life: to bring the garden back to life. Mary is a changed child, so changed that, when she finds someone similar to her former self, she decides to change him too. Underlying this story are valuable lessons about the importance of kindness, physical exercise and contact with the natural world. Syllabus Vocabulary areas family, nature, friendship, physical descriptions, feelings Grammar and structures Present simple Past simple (regular and irregular forms) Past continuous Must for obligation Adverbs of frequency Tags Friendship | Overcoming difficulties | Health and happiness

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Dr Domuch and the Huemuls Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Do you know what a huemul is? This story will take you on an adventure from the museum where Dr Domuch works to the land of the huemuls in the heights of the Andes in Patagonia. Do Domuch and the children, Ben Pat and Sally, become involved in trying to solve the mystery of who stole a necklace and how. At the same time the children meet some indigenous people, learn about the endangered huemul and are also encouraged to think about the philosophical concept of right and wrong. Syllabus Vocabulary areas places and directions, time, the world around us Grammar and structures Present simple and continuous Past continuous Past simple (regular and irregular forms) Must for obligation Can / Can’t for possibility May for possibility Relative clauses Tags Right and wrong | Respect for different cultures | Caring for the natural world

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Five Children and It Adapted by Jane Cadwallader. Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Imagine you found a fairy at the bottom of your garden. And imagine the fairy tells you that your wishes will come true! This is what happens to the five children in this story. However, things don’t happen exactly as expected and the fairy turns out to be quite a grump fairy! Readers though the generations have loved this humorous story by Edith Nesbit. Along with an appreciation for the funny side of life it teaches children that if not thinking things through properly can get you into trouble thinking carefully can usually get you out of it. Syllabus Vocabulary areas family, parts of the body, animals, house and garden Grammar and structures Present simple and continuous Past simple (regular and irregular forms) Had to for obligation Can / could for ability Adverbs There was / There wasn’t Comparative and superlative adjectives

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Retold by Lisa Suett. Illustrated by Andrea Rivola. ‘I’m sorry, Alfred. It’s too dangerous here. I want to go home,’ says Jack. ‘Would you like some cheese?’ asks Alfred. ‘No, thank you. I want to go home. I’ve got lots of grass at home,’ says Jack. Two mice are friends. Alfred is a town mouse and Jack is a country mouse. One day Alfred visits Jack in the country. Alfred is very surprised. Jack hasn’t got a house. He hasn’t got a car. And he eats grass! Alfred wants to show Jack the town. There are shops, houses and restaurants with nice food. But Jack soon finds that the town is dangerous, too! What happens when Jack goes to town? Read and see! Syllabus Vocabulary areas The town and shops, Transport, The house Grammar and structures Present simple, Present continuous, want/ask someone to do something, conjunctions: because, Verb + ing, Verb + infinitive, Would like, Will for future reference

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‘Oh no! I must go. The magic stops at midnight,’ said Cinderella. ‘Wait! Come back! I don’t know your name,’ called the Prince.

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Uncle Jack is reading a book in the garden. Jim and his sisters are playing with a ball. Grumpy the dog begins to bark. He wants to show them something…

‘Here are the Emperor Penguins as happy as can be. They’re 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.’

Uncle Jack, Grumpy, Daisy and May look into the next door garden. It’s incredible! There are two baby meerkats in a cage and they are crying! They come from the Kalahari Desert! Uncle Jack decides to take them home. It’s the beginning of a great adventure! Syllabus Vocabulary areas Animals, nature, feelings, town Grammar and structures Past simple regular and irregular forms, Verb + ing, Verb + infinitive, Could, Must for obligation, Shall for obligation, Adverbs: never, sadly, a lot, Comparatives / superlatives: better, best Tags Adventure | Animals

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 Vocabulary areas Weather, food, physical description Grammar and structures Past simple regular and irregular forms, Verb + infinitive, Verb + -ing, Adverbs, Can / can’t, Must / mustn’t, Question words: what? / why? / who? Prepositions of place, Comparative sentences, Distributives: every, all + noun Tags Adventure | Social Issues | Animal Story

300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Classic Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3148-0 Word count 1020

300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Original Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3147-3 Word count 946

300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Original Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3145-9 Word count 900

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A1.1

Stage 3

A1.1

A2

Jane Cadwallader

Stage 4 A2

Toros Öztürk

Readers Real Lives

Illustrated by Arianna Operamolla

Young

Young

Readers

Readers

Stage 3 A1.1

J. M. Barrie

Toros Öztürk Doruk’s Cats - Through the Streets of Istanbul

J.M.Barrie Peter Pan

Young

Stage 4 ELT A2

Stage 3 A1.1

ELT A1.1

ELT A1.1

Jane Cadwallader Uncle Jack and the Bakonzi Tree

Uncle Jack

and the Bakonzi Tree

Audio files

Uncle Jack and the Bakonzi Tree Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. ‘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!’ 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 don’t realise but there are some bad men who don’t want them to find the cure! Syllabus Vocabulary areas Animals, nature, feelings Grammar and structures Past simple regular and irregular forms, Verb + infinitive, Verb + -ing, Adverbs, Can / can’t, Must / mustn’t, Question words: what? / why?, Prepositions of place Tags Adventure | Social Issues | Spy

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J. M. Barrie

Original

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Multimedia

Readers

Readers

Readers

Audio

Classic

Downloadable

Downloadable

Jane Cadwallader

Illustrated by Elena Prette

Young

Young

Young

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali Original

Young Eli Readers

Stage 3

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

Century

Skills

Files

Multimedia files

Peter Pan

21st

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Multimedia

Multimedia files

Toros Öztürk

Doruk’s Cats

Through the Streets of Istanbul. Illustrated by Arianna Operamolla.

‘Once upon a time, a long time ago, in London there was a happy family in a happy house...’

Doruk, a ten-year-old Turkish boy, loves cats and wants to have a nice cat.

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?

He listens to Aunt Banu’s advice and starts looking for a cat in Istanbul streets. His nice journey is very exciting. He learns some stories about the historical places in Istanbul. He learns a lot about cats, too. Will he find a cat he likes? Where will a nice cat “choose him”? Join Doruk’s journey full of surprises in Istanbul.

Syllabus Vocabulary areas Family, gender and gender role Grammar and structures Common regular and irregular verbs in the simple past, all forms; Common regular and irregular verbs in the present, all forms; There is / are / was / were, all forms + simple determiners; Modal verbs: can and could for ability; Adverbs of manner and frequency; Adjectives; Prepositions; Connectives: and, but, so; Comparatives and superlatives Tags Friendship | Adventure

Syllabus Places, food and Turkish food Grammar and structures Present & Past simple (regular, irregular verbs) Present & Past progressive (continuous) Present perfect simple Future with will /going to I’d like Imperatives (positive) Verb + ing / infi nitive Comparative of adjectives Let’s… Modals can, must, should Tags Art and History | Places | Story telling | Friendship

300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Original Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3144-2 Word count 970

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300 headwords | A1.1 | Movers Classic Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3146-6 Word count 700

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Real Lives Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3176-3 Word count 1300


Silva

Young Eli Readers

Enjoy this magical island

Claudia Catitti Have fun with Irene, Camilla and their piano Illustrated by Alessandro Pugiotto

Readers Real Lives

Stage 4 A2

Discover Sri Lanka with Us!

Stage 4 A2

ELT A2

Anna Tarsetti

Illu Aria strate Ope nna d by ram olla

A2

Young

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ELT A2

Stage 4

Young

Readers Real Lives Young

Join Ivan and his family in Russia

A2 Claudia Catitti Music in Florence! - Have fun with Irene, Camilla and their piano

Visit Saint Petersburg with Me!

Stage 4 Anna Tarsetti Discover Sri Lanka with Us! - Enjoy this magical island

Silvana Sardi Visit Saint Petersburg with Me!

Stage 4 A2

ELT A2

A2

Readers Real Lives

Stage 4

21st

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Silvana Sardi

Visit Saint Petersburg with Me!

Original

Original

Original

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Skills

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Readers

Century

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Skills Illustrated by Alessandro Pugiotto

Young

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Multimedia

Century

Young

Young

21st

Discover Sri Lanka with US!

Join Ivan and his family in Russia. Enjoy this magical Island

Century

Skills

Files

Multimedia files

Anna Tarsetti

21st

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Multimedia

Multimedia files

Claudia Catitti

Music in Florence!

Have fun with Irene, Camilla and their piano.

Illustrated by Arianna Operamolla.

Illustrated by Alessandro Pugiotto.

Illustrated by Alessandro Pugiotto.

Join Ivan in the beautiful Russian city of Saint Petersburg.

Sathya, Isuri and their friends live near Weligama, a town in Sri Lanka.

Join Irene and Camilla in the beautiful Italian city of Florence.

You’ll discover that there’s lots to see and do and special places to visit for good luck. You’ll also learn about Ivan and how he spends his day. Syllabus Verb Tenses Present Simple / Present Continuous, Past Simple / Past Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Will for future reference, Present/Past simple passive Patterns Verbs + infinitive /Verbs + ing Modals Can /could, Must / Should Imperatives, Comparative form of adjectives Tags Family | Daily life | City sights

Every morning they go to school, and every afternoon they jump on a tuktuk to go to the Human Solidarity Children Village. Join them in this adventure to discover the beauty of Sri Lanka, the food, the animals and their favourite hobbies. Follow them during the day and you will learn about their country and their lives. Syllabus Family, food, animals, school, dance, music Grammar and syllabus Present simple Past simple (regular and irregular verbs) Will for future Be going to Comparative and superlative forms Adverbs of frequency Adverbs of degree Tags Friends | Food | Music | Culture

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Real Lives Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3175-6 Word count 1285

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Real Lives Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3173-2 Word count 1420

There’s lots to see! Read also about how the girls spend their days and about their special hobby… playing the piano! Syllabus Vocabulary areas Home and family, daily routine, places and buildings in the city Grammar and structures Present simple/continuous; There is/ are; Past simple (regular and irregular verbs); Past continuous; Present perfect simple; Future with will and going to; Can, Have to; Superlative adjectives; Verb + ing form; Positive and negative; imperative forms; Shall for suggestions; Present and past simple; passive with common; verbs (called, born); Two clause sentences with; and, but, because, so Tags Daily routine | City sights | Music + Family

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Real Lives Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3174-9 Word count 1420

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Stage 4

Illustrated by Matteo Piana

A2

My Name is

Stage 4 A2

Stage 4 A2

Readers Real Lives

Meet Ricardo, his family and friends

Young

Stage 4 A2

Readers Real Lives

Juanita

My Bolivia!

ActionAid International Italia Onlus My name is Ça Depend - Smile with me in the Congo

Wilma Suarez - Paolo Trevisanato My Bolivia! - Meet Ricardo, his family and friends

Young

ELT A2

Wilma Suarez - Paolo Trevisanato

Rossella Panuzzo

Stage 4

Ça Depend

Readers Real Lives

ELT A2

A2

Young

A2

ELT A2

Rossella Panuzzo Juanita and her Alpaca - Discover my Peru

and her Alpaca

Skills

21st

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Readers

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Readers

Readers

Rossella Panuzzo

Protecting children together

Century

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Century

Skills

Original

Skills

Original

Century

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21st

21st

Peru

Young

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Discover my

Young

Young

Original

Young Eli Readers

Stage 4

Downloadable

Multimedia

Files

Protecting children together

Multimedia files

Wilma Suarez-Paolo Trevisanato

ActionAid International Italia

Illustrated by Matteo Piana.

Illustrated by Matteo Piana.

Illustrated by Matteo Piana.

“Discover my Perù”.

Meet Ricardo, his family and friends.

Ça Depend lives in the Congo. He’s a happy children who loves going to school. What about you? How is your life different from his? How is it the same?

Juanita and her alpaca

Juanita has a dream: she hopes her alpaca will have two little babies, one for her and one for her brother. But usually alpacas only have one baby at a time… Let’s find out more about this Peruvian girl, her country, family and friends. You’ll love getting to know her! Syllabus Verb Tenses Present Simple / Present Continuous, Past Simple / Past Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Will for future reference, Present/Past simple passive Patterns Verbs + infinitive /Verbs + ing Modals Can /could, Must / Should Imperatives, Comparative form of adjectives Tags Valuing other cultures | Friendship | Citizenship | Story telling

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Real Lives Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3171-8 Word count 1400

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My Bolivia!

Meet Ricardo, a young boy from Bolivia who wants to tell you about his homeland and what life is like in a small Bolivian village. Then join Ricardo and his friends from Santa Cruz as they go on a fun day trip to the ‘Pajcha’ waterfall! Syllabus Grammar and structures Past simple (regular and irregular verbs), Past continuous, Present perfect simple, Will, Comparative and superlative adjectives, If and When clauses (in zero conditionals), verb + infinitive, make something + adjective Tags Valuing other cultures | Friendship | Citizenship | Story telling

My Name is Ça Depend

Join Ça Depend, a young boy from the Congo. Discover his country, in the heart of Africa, and the reality around him. Follow his daily journey between his family, friends and school as he tells us his dreams for a his future life. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Nature, food, animals, family, school Grammar and syllabus Present simple passive, Past simple (regular and irregular verbs), Past continuous, Present perfect simple If and when clauses (in Zero conditionals), Will for future, Superlative adjectives, Adverbs of frequency, Be made of/from Tags Valuing other cultures | Friendship | Citizenship | Story telling

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Real Lives Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3170-1 Word count 1200

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Real Lives Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3172-5 Word count 1280


Stage 4 ELT A2

Jane Cadwallader

ildren The Ch of

Readers

the Forests

by rated vo Gusta ali Maz

Illust

Young

Readers Young

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Multimedia files

Readers

Classic

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Readers

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Young

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Downloadable

Multimedia

A2

Downloadable

Audio Files

Audio files

Audio files

Jane Cadwallader

Charies Dickens

Jane Cadwallader

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.

Retold by Jane Cadwallader. Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.

Nyangoma’s Story A Child’s Life in Uganda Nyangoma is an Ugandan girl who tells her daily life to children of her age: what they eat, how their school is like, the toys they play with, her friends. It’s really touching listening to her words describing her Country and her life. Nyangoma, a twelve-year-old African girl, invites the reader into her world to meet her family and to see what everyday life is like in a real Ugandan village. Come and find out about her home and school and what Nyangoma and her friends do in their free time. Then discover what happens to her one day on the way to school. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Home and family, food, animals, the world around us Grammar and structures Past continuous, Present perfect, Will, Adverbs, Conjunctions after before, If so, If and when clauses (in zero conditionals), Before / after clauses, Verbs that take infinite /gerund, Infinitive of purpose, Be/look like, Be made of/from, Comparatives and superlatives, Descriptive adjectives

Young Eli Readers

Stage 4 A2

Twist

Young

Young

Original

Olive r Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Young

Readers Real Lives

, A Child s Life in Uganda

Charles Dickens Charles Dickens Oliver Twist

Jane Cadwallader Nyangoma’s Story - A Child’s Life in Uganda

Stage 4 A2

Jane Cadwallader

A2 Jane Cadwallader The Children of the Forests

Nyangoma’s Story

Stage 4

Stage 4 A2

ELT A2

A2

Non-fiction

Stage 4

Oliver Twist

This is perhaps the most well-loved story by Charles Dickens. Dickens asked his readers to ‘have a heart that never gets hard’. As readers follow the life of Oliver Twist, a poor orphaned boy struggling against the dangers of life in 19th-century London, they can empathise with his childhood in a workhouse and his life with a gang of pickpockets. They can also share his relief that there were some good people, ready and willing to rescue a child in need. Syllabus Vocabulary areas friendship, social class, feelings Grammar and structures Past simple (regular and irregular forms) Past continuous Can / Could Comparative and superlative adjectives Must for obligation Question words

The children of the forests Do you enjoy walking among the trees and watching for forest animals? Do you know how important forests are for our world and our health? This book is about the three main different types of forests, about where you can find them, what the weather is like there and which animals live in and under the trees. It is also an adventure story about two children who overhear plans to destroy a part of their forest and who ask other children to join them to help save it. Syllabus Vocabulary areas nature and environment, forest animals, weather Grammar and structures Present simple Present perfect Can Comparative and superlative adjectives Adverbs of frequency Tags Caring about the natural world | Problem-solving

Tags Social issues | Knowing the past | Feeling empathy | Developing values

Tags Valuing other cultures | Friendship | Citizenship 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Real Lives Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3169-5 Word count 1120

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Classic Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3177-0 Word count 990

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Original Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3178-7 Word count 1050

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Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Jules Verne was a master of adventure stories. He also wanted children to think about nature. This story asks them to wonder what is under the ground and if there is another world there. It is told by a young man, Axel, who with his uncle and a guide go down under the Earth through the crater of a volcano. The children follow them through tunnels and caves to find strange plants and animals and have exciting adventures. It’s a story about natural phenomena but also about persistence, initiative and courage in the face of the unknown. Syllabus Vocabulary areas science, weather, materials, the world around us Grammar and structures Present simple and continous Past simple and continuous Present perfect Will for future reference Going to for future reference Question tags Have to for obligation Could / couldn’t for ability Tags Curiosity about the natural world | Being adventurous, courage

Young

Young

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Downloadable

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Jane Cadwallader

Classic

Readers Young Classic

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Journey to the centre of the Earth

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Jane Cadwallader

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ELT A2

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Classic Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3179-4 Word count 1380

Stage 4 Hansel and Gretel

Journey to the centre of the Earth

A2

ELT A2

Jane Cadwallader Our Water. Our World

Stage 4 A2

Jules Verne

Stage 4

Stage 4 A2

A2

Non-fiction

ELT A2

Jules Verne Journey to the Centre of the Earth

Young Eli Readers

Stage 4

Ill ust rate d

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Multimedia files

Our Water. Our World

Hansel and Gretel

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.

Retold by Lisa Suett. Illustrated by Irene Rinaldi.

How we look after water is something that will greatly affect the future of our Earth and the wellbeing of its inhabitants. This book asks children to think about the questions: What do you know about water? How much water is there on Earth and why is it so important? What do you know about the animals that live in our oceans, rivers and lakes? Are we looking after this vital natural resource? It also tells three stories from different parts of the world about how children have dealt with problems related to water. Syllabus Vocabulary areas materials, wild animals, nature, time, work Grammar and structures Present simple and continous Present perfect Will for future reference Going to for future reference Have to for obligation Should for advice Comparative and superlative adjectives Infinitive of purpose

The next day, the old witch put Hansel in a cage. Gretel had to cook lots of food for Hansel. The witch wanted a fat Hansel. But Gretel was clever. She had a plan, too. Hansel and Gretel are lost in the forest. When they find a house made of sweets, they can’t believe their eyes. But the old woman who lives there has a wicked plan! Will Hansel and Gretel ever find their way home again? Syllabus Vocabulary areas In the forest (animals and nature), the house, sweet food Grammar and structures Present simple, Past simple, Past continuous, Present perfect simple, Must for obligation, Conjunctions: so, because, Be going to, Will, Be made of Tags Family | Adventure

Tags Caring for the natural world | Taking the initiative | Collaboration

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Original Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3180-0 Word count 1080

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Fairy Tales Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3167-1 Word count 865


Stage 4

A2

A2 Young Eli Readers

Stage 4 A2

Readers Young

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Young Classic/Theatre

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Young

Ill ust za rate for d by Lucia S

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Stage 4 A2

Stage 4 A2

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Robin Hood

Aesop

Mark Twain The Prince and the Pauper

Aesop The Wind and the Sun

Readers

Stage 4

ELT A2

Fairy Tales

Classic

A2

Readers

ELT A2

Stage 4

Downloadable

Audio

Files

Illustrated by Rita Petruccioli

Audio files

Audio files

Aesop

Mark Twain

Anonymous

Retold by Lisa Suett. Illustrated by Lucia Sforza.

Retold by Lisa Suett. Illustrated by Valerio Vidali.

Retold by Lisa Suett. Illustrated by Rita Petruccioli.

The Wind and the Sun argue about who is the strongest. So the Wind challenges the Sun. Who can make the shepherd take off his coat? Is it better to be strong like the Wind or kind like the Sun?

A young beggar boy meets the Prince of Wales by chance. It is a moment that will change their lives forever.

Use this play-script version to prepare a fun and amusing stage version of the English legend of Robin Hood.

Two boys are born on the same day, but their lives are very different. Edward Tudor is a prince and Tom Canty is a pauper. One day they decide to change identities. The poor boy’s dreams come true and he lives like a prince. The prince, on the other hand, discovers what life is like on the poor streets of London. But are dreams what they really seem? The boys soon find out.

Follow Robin Hood’s adventures in Sherwood Forest in this easy-to-follow drama version based on the popular legend of Robin Hood. Robin Hood and his Merry Men hatch a plan to rob the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and give back the money to the poor.

The Wind and the Sun

Jack is a shepherd. He lives in the mountains with his two best friends, a brown donkey and a white goat. Life is quiet in the mountains but one day the Wind and the Sun argue about who is the strongest. So who can make the shepherd take off his coat, the Wind or the Sun? One thing is certain: It’s better to be kind than unkind. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Members of the family, actions, the wood Grammar and structures Prepositions of place, Present simplepositive, negative, question forms, Can/Can’t for ability Tags Nature

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Fairy Tales Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3168-8 Word count 812

The Prince and the Pauper

Syllabus Vocabulary areas adjectives, feelings, emotions Grammar and structures Present simple, Direct speech as drama, some / any, Prepositions of place, Possessive ‘s, Question words Who, Where, What, Comparative adjectives, Must for obligation Tags Adventure | Friendship | Wealth and poverty | Role reversal | Identity

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Classic-Theatre Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3166-4 Word count 1630

Robin Hood

Syllabus Vocabulary areas nature, adjectives to describe character and appearance Grammar and structures present simple; direct speech as drama; present continuous; verb+ing; will; prepositions of place; superlatives; question words: where, what, who What’s the matter? - Let’s go. - No way! Come on. - Don’t worry. - I’ve got a plan. Tags Adventure | Friendship | Resourcefulness

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Classic-Theatre Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3165-7 Word count 1575

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A2

A2

Stage 4

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and the Egyptian Tomb

White Fang

Harry

Readers

and the Sports Competition Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Young

Young

Young

Readers

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Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Jane Cadwallader Harry and the Sports Competition

Jack London White Fang

Harry

A2

Jane Cadwallader

Jack London

Stage 4 A2

Jane Cadwallader Stage 4 A2

Stage 4 Stage 4 A2

ELT A2

Jane Cadwallader Harry and the Egyptian Tomb

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Downloadable

Jane Cadwallader

Multimedia files

Harry and the Egyptian Tomb Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Emma and Harry went down the River Nile in a boat. They sailed through the desert and visited lots of pyramids. One day, a young girl spoke to them. The Adventure is ready to begin. Two police officers, Harry and Emma, are sent to investigate an ancient Egyptian tomb where stolen gold is hidden. Harry is not happy and his mood gets worse when he finds out that a young girl is going to be their guide. However, Harry and Emma go into the tomb of the ancient Egyptian queen Nefertari, led by Chione. What dangers will they meet? And what will they find inside? Syllabus Vocabulary areas The world around us, feelings, food, materials Grammar and structures Present simple, past simple and progressive, present perfect, future will and going to, Infinitive of purpose, Conjunctions: and, but, so clauses with before and after, Prepositions: through, down, into looks / sounds + adjectives

Classic

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Audio

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Jack London

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White Fang Retold by Jane Cadwallader. 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. This is the story of White Fang, a wild wolf who falls into the hands of men. They use White Fang’s 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. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Adjectives to describe character, weather, the world around us, body and face, home, time Grammar and structures Present, past, past continuous, present perfect, Will, may, Comparatives and superlatives, Adverbs, Look like, Prepositions Tags Nature | Friendship | Loyalty

Original

Young

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Young Eli Readers

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Jane Cadwallader

Harry and the Sports Competition Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. Harry is the very last person to volunteer for a sport competition! In this story our reluctant hero braves golf and volleyball to come out tops (to everyone’s surprise!). 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 dark is going on at the hotel. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Sports and leisure, time, clothes and materials, work, the world around us Grammar structures Past simple, Past progressive, Present perfect, Will, Going to, Tag questions, Should, Must, Verbs + infinitive - ing form, When clauses, Adverbs: already, after, suddenly Tags Sport | Crime

Tags Interest in different cultures | Friendship 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Original Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3164-0 Word count 1050

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400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Classic Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3163-3 Word count 1144

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400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Original Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3162-6 Word count 1110


Stage 4 Stage 4 A2

Stage 4 A2

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Electrical Problem

Harry

Paloma Bellini The Secret Passage

and an

A2

ELT A2

Jane Cadwallader

Jane Cadwallader Harry and the Crown

Jane Cadwallader Harry and an Electrical Problem

Harry

Stage 4

Young Eli Readers

ELT A2

Jane Cadwallader

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Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali

Jane Cadwallader

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Harry and an Electrical Problem Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali. ‘When you have a problem and you don’t 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!’ 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 Vocabulary areas 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) Tags Adventure | Crime

400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Original Audio | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3158-9 Word count 1170

Original

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Jane Cadwallader

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Harry and the Crown

Original

Young

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Paloma Bellini

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The Secret Passage

Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.

Illustrated by Luigi Raffaelli.

‘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!’

‘You must start packing, Ned,’ says his mother, ‘We are leaving early tomorrow... the mountains, remember?’

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. Harry’s mood turns from reluctant to bored to horrified! How will the night end? Syllabus Vocabulary areas 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 …

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 Vocabulary areas Nature, weather, feelings, speaking verbs Grammar and structures Stop/start + ing, Adverbs, Questions, Modal verbs: want, must, have to, need to, Comparatives/Superlatives Tags Adventure | Nature

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400 headwords | A2 | Flyers Original Multimedia | 32 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3157-2 Word count 1060

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The Jungle Book

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‘It was a hot, hot day; her boring sister was reading a boring book - with no pictures! - and Alice didn’t know what to do...’

‘I can call him Mowgli’, she said to her husband. Mowgli is Little Frog in the language of the jungle.

The classic story of a young girl who falls into a hole, eats and drinks poison and grows bigger and smaller. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Gender and gender role Grammar and structures Common regular and irregular verbs in the simple past, all forms, Common regular and irregular verbs in the present, all forms, There is / are / was / were, all forms + simple determiners, I think / I’m sure + verb, Modal verbs: can and could for ability, Adverbs of manner and frequency, Adjectives, Prepositions, Connectives: and, but, so, Comparatives and superlatives, Nouns Tags Friendship | Adventure

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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 Vocabulary areas Animals, adventure, family Grammar and structures Simple present for narrative (common verbs- all forms), Simple past for narrative (common verbs - all forms), Modal verbs can and could for ability; must for necessity / obligation, Positive, comparative and superlative adjectives adverbs of time and manner, Connectives: and but so because Determiners: a an that the this, Nouns Tags Friendship | Family | Animals

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Retold by Claire Moore. Illustrated by Alessandro Pugiotto. “We don’t stop at any towns for days and days. We just keep going down the river.” This is the story of Huckleberry Finnand his adventures on the Mississippi river. Huck’s father kid-naps him from his new life with a kind old lady called Widow Douglas, and hides him in a hut. Huck escapes and goes down the river. He meets Jim, a black slave, and they travel down the river together. We read about their adventures and troubles, and how they meet Tom Sawyer again. Syllabus Vocabulary Areas Home, Family, Nature, Colours, Clothing Grammar and Structures Simple Present: states and habits, Present Continuous: actions in progress, Future forms: Pre-sent Continuous, going to, will - Can: ability, Must: obligation, Have to: necessity, Will: offers, predictions, Adjectives, Prepositions (place, time), Pronouns, Question Words, Relative Clauses, There is/There are, Verbs + infinitive/ing, When clauses Tags Family | Love | Friendship | Society

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Hello! My name’s Black Beauty. And I’m a horse. I have an interesting story to tell you. I want to tell you about my life. I’m old now, but I still remember everything. My story starts with my mother, who taught me many things. And, when I close my eyes, I can still see all of my old friends standing together under the apple tree. Oh how I loved my first home! And then Earlshall, and then … but wait, I can’t tell you my story here. Read it, and see what happens to me.

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Toad is never happy to sit at home and do nothing. He likes adventure and fun. Sometimes things go wrong, but he is a lucky Toad. He has the most important thing that anyone can have. He has friends. He has Rat, and Mole, and Badger. Follow these four friends around the English countryside. Visit them inside their houses, and travel with them in a car, or on a boat on the river. Listen to the Wind in the Willows.

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Black Beauty

Retold by Michael Lacey Freeman. Illustrated by Andrea Rivola.

Retold by Michael Lacey Freeman. Illustrated by Davide Aurilia.

Toad is never happy to sit at home and do nothing. He likes adventure and fun.

Hello! My name is Black Beauty. And I’m a horse. I have an interesting story to tell you. I want to tell you about my life.

Sometimes things go wrong, but he is a lucky Toad. He has the most important thing that anyone can have. He has friends. He has Rat, and Mole, and Badger. Follow these four friends around the English countryside. Visit them inside their houses, and travel with them in a car, or on a boat on the river. Listen to the wind in the willows. Syllabus Vocabulary Areas Animals, Food, Transport, Weather, Nature Grammar and Structures Simple present: States and habits, Present Continuous: actions in progress, Past Simple: Finished actions, Future forms, Will, going to, Present Continuous, Can: ability, Could: ability, Must: obligation, Have to: necessity, Will: predictions, Adjectives, Prepositions (place, time), Question words, Relative Clauses, There is/There are, Pronouns, Verbs + infinitive/ing Tags Adventure | Nature | Friendship

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My story starts with my mother, who taught me many things. And, when I close my eyes, I can still see all of my old friends standing together under the apple tree. Oh how I loved my first home! And then Earlshall, and then … but wait, I can’t tell you my story here. Read it, and you will find out what happens to me. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Nature, Weather, Family, Animals, Colours, Food & Drink Grammar and structures Simple Present: states and habits, Present Continuous: actions in progress, Past Simple: finished actions, Future forms: Present Continuous, going to, will, Can: ability, Could: ability, Must: obligation, Have to: necessity, Will: predictions, Adjectives , Prepositions (place, time), Pronouns, Question Words, Relative Clauses, There is/There are, Verbs + infinitive/ing, When clauses Tags Animals | Friendship | Love | Adventure

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Pollyanna

Retold by Elizabeth Ferretti. Illustrated by Maja Celija. Pollyanna comes to live with her Aunt Polly. Pollyanna always looks for the good in life and she helps her new friends to be happy again, but not her aunt! Will Aunt Polly learn to be happy? Pollyanna is eleven when she comes to live with her Aunt Polly, after her father dies. Life isn’t easy for Pollyanna. Her aunt is a difficult, cold woman and everyone in this small, American town is sad! But Pollyanna is good at making friends, and she always finds something to be happy about. Soon the people in the town start to change – until there is only one person who doesn’t know how to be happy…

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Great Friends!

Illustrated by Francesca Capellini. We all need friends. Friends are important. Friends are fun. Friends are there when we need them. You can have one friend or you can have many friends. The important thing is to be a good friend! But what do famous friends do when they’re together? Can animals be friends? Which group of friends met on X-Factor? Which two friends were in the same film? Do you want to know the answers to these questions? You can find all the answers to these questions here and much much more. So, what are you waiting for? Start reading now!

Syllabus Vocabulary areas friendship, feelings, family relationships, house and home Grammar and structures Present simple, past simple and progressive, present perfect, future will and going to, Infinitive of purpose, Conjunctions: and, but, so; clauses with before and after, Prepositions: through, down, into; looks / sounds + adjectives

Syllabus Topics Friends, Films, Books, Animals, Music, Free-time activities, School, Technology Notions and Concepts Likes and dislikes, Describing people, Talking about friends, Describing a book/film, Talking about routine Other Adjectives, Prepositions, Comparatives and superlatives, Adverbs of frequency, Present simple, Past simple, Nouns

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Three children go to live in the country. Their house is near a train station. They go there with their mother, but their father isn’t there. The train station is an exciting place. Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis are always there and they do a lot of exciting things. But there’s one thing that they really want to know. Where’s their father?

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Great Friends!

We all need friends. Friends are important. Friends are fun. Friends are there when we need them. You can have one friend or you can have many friends. The important thing is to be a good friend! But what do famous friends do when they’re together? Can animals be friends? Which group of friends met on X-Factor? Which two friends were in the same film? Do you want to know the answers to these questions? You can find all the answers here and much much more. So, what are you waiting for? Start reading now!

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The Railway Children Retold by Michael L. Freeman. Illustrated by Zosia Dzierzawska. Three children and their mother move to a new home because their father gets sent away. They are sad at the beginning of their new life, but they make a new friend along the way and live a lot of adventures. Three children go to live in the country. Their house is near a train station. They go there with their mother. But their father isn’t there. The train station is an exciting place. Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis are always there. And they do a lot of exciting things. Syllabus Topics Love, Feelings, Family, Trains, Nature Grammar and Structures Simple Present: states and habits, Present Continuous: actions in progress, Past Simple: finished actions, Future forms: Present Continuous, going to, will, Can: ability, permission, Could: ability, permission in the past, Must: obligation, Have to: necessity, Will: offers, spontaneous decisions for future, predictions, Adjectives, Prepositions (place, time), Pronouns Tags Family | Friends| Food | Trains | Nature

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The Canterbury Tales Retold by Michael Lacey Freeman. Illustrated by Simone Massoni. Step back in time to experience the adventures of a group of people to Canterbury in this stunning reconstruction of 14th Century England. In 1387, a group of people went to Canterbury. On their way, they told stories. The stories were exciting and interesting. They helped the group to enjoy their time travelling. But these stories do not only tell us about the past. They are stories that anybody can read and enjoy today. And they are stories that can teach us many things, about love, about friendship, and about life.

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The Boat Race Mystery Illustrated by Thomas Cambi. Which race between two English universities is so famous to be known simply as ‘The Boat Race’? The teams are getting ready. The Oxford - Cambridge Boat Race is only weeks away and Sam’s brother is on the team. But what’s happening at the boat house? Why are some people from the team ill? Was the fire at the boat house an accident? Sam and his friends don’t think so, and they need to find out.

Syllabus Grammar and structures Simple Present: states and habits; Present Continuous: actions in progress; Past Simple: finished actions Future forms: Present Continuous, going to, will; Can: ability, permission Could: ability, permission in the past; Must: obligation; Have to: necessity; Will: offers, spontaneous decisions for future, predictions

Syllabus Articles: a, an, the Nouns: singular and plural forms, common irregular plural forms, countable and uncountable, possessive ’s Adjectives: simple adjectives (attributive and predicative), possessive adjectives, comparative and superlative adjectives Verbs: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Future with Present Continuous, going to and will, Past Simple regular and irregular forms, Imperative, verb + infinitive, verb + -ing, infinitive of purpose, want someone to do something, must/mustn’t, have to/had to, would and wouldn’t like, need

Tags Friendship | Stories

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600 headwords | A1 | Movers Classic Audio | 80 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3185-5 Word count 6800

600 headwords | A1 | Movers Original Audio | 64 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3186-2 Word count 3800

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One day, in Canada, an eleven-year-old girl, Anne, arrives at Green Gables to live with Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert, who are brother and sister. But Anne doesn’t know that Matthew and Marilla want a boy and not a girl.

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The teams are getting ready. The Oxford – Cambridge Boat Race is only weeks away and Sam’s brother is in the team. But what’s happening at the boathouse? Why are some people from the team ill? Was the fire at the boathouse an accident? Sam and his friends don’t think so, and they need to find out.

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Anne of Green Gables Retold by Michael Lacey Freeman. Illustrated by Gaia Bordicchia. The bestselling novel by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery. One day, in Canada, an eleven year old girl, Anne, arrives at Green Gables. She is going to live with Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert, who are brother and sister. But Anne does not know that Matthew and Marilla want a boy and not a girl. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Home, School, Family, Nature, Colours, Clothing. Grammar and structures Simple Present: states and habits, Present Continuous: actions in progress, Past Simple: finished actions, Future forms: Present, Continuous, going to, will, Can: ability, Could: ability, Must: obligation, Have to: necessity, Will: offers, predictions, Adjectives, Prepositions (place, time), Pronouns, Question Words, Relative Clauses, There is/There are, Verbs + infinitive/ing, When clauses Tags Tags | Friendship | Emotions

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A Connecticut Yankee Oliver Twist in King Arthur’s Court Retold by Sarah Gudgeon. Retold by Jane Bowie. Illustrated by Margherita Micheli. 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. 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. Thanks to his superior knowledge, Hank soon becomes the King’s chief minister and plans to modernise the country, but things do not always go according to plan… Syllabus 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. Tags Fantasy | Legend | Adventure | Love 600 headwords | A1 | Movers Classic Audio | 64 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3183-1 Word count 5050

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Illustrated by Maja Celija. ‘Please, sir, can I have some more?’ asks Oliver. Oliver Twist is a poor orphan boy. He hasn’t 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 Vocabulary areas 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

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No one knows where Wills, a young inventor, is. Best friends, the twins, Harry and Camilla, are very worried. The last time they saw him, Wills was with the Black Hand Gang – and he looked very unhappy! Read and see what the twins do to try and find their friend Wills.

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Oliver Twist is a poor orphan boy. He hasn’t 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 happens next to Oliver? Where does he go? Does he find a nice family to live with or do Fagin and his gang of thieves make Oliver stay with them? Read this exciting tale of life in 19th century Britain and find out!

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In Search of a Missing Friend Activities and Focus on by Sara Weiss. Illustrated by Andrea Goroni. ‘This isn’t going to stop us! We’re definitely going to find Wills!’ 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 they’ll find him soon. You can solve the mystery, you can find Wills. You’ll discover his fantastic inventions too! Syllabus Vocabulary areas 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 Tags Friendship | Adventure

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Follow your dreams Illustrated by Ilaria Urbinati. Gavin, Max, Rose and Isabel are excited about starting their first year at the Music, Art and Dance Academy of London. They’re all very different but they soon become good friends. It’s going to be hard with lessons every day. They’ll also have exams and shows to do. Then, a special person comes into their lives. How can Ernest help them follow their dreams? Syllabus Verbs Present Simple and Present Continuous (also for future reference), Past Simple and Past Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Future with going to and will, Can, Could, have to, need, would like, should for advice, Want someone to do something, Positive and negative imperative forms, Common phrasal verbs, Passive forms, Present and Past Simple Adjectives Comparative and Superlative forms Tags Friendship | Emotions | Dreams

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Garpur: My Iceland Have you ever been to Iceland? Hello! My name’s Garpur, and this is a story about me and my country, Iceland. I suppose you’ve heard some-thing about Iceland, but there are still lots of things you can read about this island in these pages like the best places to visit, our wonderful landscape, and the animals you can find here. Do you know what we eat? … what school is like here? … what young guys like me do in their free time? Well, it’s all here in this book, as well as in-formation about my family and friends and … best of all … about my favourite sport, handball. Hope you enjoy it! Syllabus Verbs Present simple and present continuous, Past simple and past continuous, Present perfect simple, Future with going to and will, Can, have to, need, must, would like, could, should, Common phrasal verbs, Passive forms, present and past simple, Imperative forms Adjectives Comparative and superlative forms

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Have you ever been to Japan? Read the story of Naoko, a Japanese girl and discover all kinds of interesting things about this beautiful country. Naoko will show you how she spends her day, both at home and at school and what they do in Japan on special holidays. You’ll also meet her family and friends and she’ll tell you all her secrets!

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Hello! My name’s Garpur, and this is a story about me and my country, Iceland. I suppose you’ve heard something about Iceland, but there are still lots of things you can read about this island in these pages like the best places to visit, our wonderful landscape, and the animals you can find here. Do you know what we eat? … what school is like here? … what young guys like me do in their free time? Well, it’s all here in this book, as well as information about my family and friends and … best of all … about my favourite sport, handball. Hope you enjoy it!

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Naoko: My Japan Illustrated by Marta Pantaleo. Have you ever been to Japan? Read the story of Naoko, a Japanese girl and discover all kinds of interesting things about this beautiful country. Naoko will show you how she spends her day, both at home and at school and what they do in Japan on special holidays. You’ll also meet her family and friends and she’ll tell you all her secrets! Syllabus Verbs Positive and negative imperative forms, Present simple and present continuous, Past simple and past continuous, Present perfect simple, Future with going to and will, Can, have to, need, must, would like, Common phrasal verbs, Passive forms, present and past simple Adjectives Comparative and superlative forms Tags Traditions | Family | Friends

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A man goes back to the house where he grew up and becomes a little boy again. Tom visits the house he lived in when he was a little boy, and he finds an old newspaper in the wardrobe. He picks it up, and becomes that little boy again. He is standing in front of a mirror, and is confused by what he sees. What does he see in that mirror? Read on to find out. Syllabus Topics Family, School, Food & Drink, Feelings & Emotions, Rooms & Furniture Verbs Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Past Perfect Simple, Future with Going to and Will for future reference, promises and predictions, Can for ability and permission, Could for past ability and requests, Type One conditionals, Must/Have to for obligation, Should for suggestions, Common phrasal verbs Tags Family | Love | Friendship

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A journey through Britain’s festivals and events A journey through Britain’s festivals and events. Do you want to join us on our A-Z journey around the festivals of Britain? Would you like to lean about the biggest dog show in the world? Or how many fire festivals there are in Britain? Do you want to know what happens during the festival of sleep and find out on which day British people eat pancakes? You can discover the answers to these questions and learn much more about the different festivals and events that happen every year in Britain. Let’s go and have some fun! Syllabus Topics Festivals, Culture and traditions, Places, Music, Sport, Food, Animals, History, Seasons, Free Time Notions and Concepts Describing places, Describing events, Talking about traditions, Making suggestions, Likes and Dislikes Other Adverbs, Adjectives, Prepositions, Comparatives and superlatives, Present simple, Past simple, Present perfect, Gerunds Tags Things to do | Traditions | People | Places

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Scotland is Magic! If someone says Scotland, what do you think of? Kilts? Tartan? The Bagpipes? Well, yes you’re right, but there’s lots more too! Do you like mystery, legends or haunted castles? Or how about vibrant cities and exciting festivals? Well, you will find all of these and much more in this A-Z about Scotland. It’s a country full of history and traditions and lots of surprises too! There’s something for everybody from sports to museums! So, come on! Start your A-Z journey through Scotland and discover the magic of this fantastic country! Syllabus Topics Nature, Culture, Legends, Mystery, Museums, Traditions, Cities, Food, Music, Sport Verbs Present Simple. Present Continuous, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Positive /Negative Imperatives, Passive Forms, Present Simple and Past Simple, Future with will, Can, Would like Adjectives Comparative and superlative forms Functions Expressing preferences / opinion, Describing places and events Tags History | Nature | Emotions | Traditions

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Let’s all go to the Big Apple! Come with us on our A-Z journey to one of the most exciting and fun cities in the world. Do you want to know what’s the tallest building in New York? Or what New Yorkers like doing in their free time? Would you like to learn about the food people eat in New York ? Or which famous people are from this city? You can discover the answers to these A true questions and learn much more aboutstory the people, places and things in the city that never sleeps. Enjoy of bullyi ng the book! Enjoy New York!

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Hello! My name’s Michael, and this is my secret diary. It isn’t really a secret, because I want you to read it. This is my story, but it’s also everybody’s story. Look at the picture on the front of this book. That’s me! I’m going to school, and I’m not very happy about it. The other children aren’t very kind to me. But I’ve got a very special friend who always helps me. Do you want to know more? Well, open the book and read it. I hope you enjoy it.

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It’s the summer holidays and Lizzie can’t wait to go to the beach in Blackpool with her friends. Instead, she has to spend her summer in the countryside with a strange woman she doesn’t know and a mysterious boy. It’s the summer holidays and Lizzie is excited about going to the beach with her friends. But her parents have other plans for her and she has to spend the summer in the countryside with a woman she doesn’t even know. Lizzie is very angry and sad but then she meets a strange boy called Jack. Who is this mysterious boy and how does he change Lizzie? Syllabus Vocabulary areas Family, Friendship, Emotions, Mystery Verbs Positive and Negative Imperative Forms, Present Simple and Present Continuous (also for future reference), Past Simple and Past Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Future with going to and will, Can, Could, have to, need, would like , Want someone to do something, Common phrasal verbs, Passive Forms, Present and Past Simple

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Angela Tomkinson

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A true story of bullying and friendship.

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Hello! My name is Michael, and this is my secret diary. Well, it’s not really a secret, because I want you to read it. This is my story, but it’s also everybody’s story. Look at the picture on the front of this book. That’s me! I’m going to school, and I’m not very happy about it. The other children are not very kind to me. But I’ve got a very special friend who always helps me. Do you want to know more? Well, open the book and read it. I hope you enjoy it. Syllabus Verbs Present Perfect Simple, Present Simple, Present, Continuous, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Future with Going to, Will for future reference, promises and predicitons, Can for ability and permission, Could for past ability, requests and suggestions, Type One conditionals, Must/Have to for obligation, Should for suggestions, Common phrasal verbs Tags Friendship | School | Family | Emotions | Bullying

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Let’s all go to the Big Apple! Come with us on our A-Z journey to one of the most exciting and fun cities in the world. Do you want to know what’s the tallest building in New York? Or what New Yorkers like doing in their free time? Would you like to learn about the food people eat in New York ? Or which famous people are from this city? You can discover the answers to these questions and learn much more about the people, places and things in the city that never sleeps. Enjoy the book! Enjoy New York! Syllabus Vocabulary areas Things to see and do in a city. Free time activities. History. Sport. Food. Shopping. Jobs. Grammar and structures Present simple, present progressive, past simple, present perfect, future; will and going to, Comparatives and superlatives, adjectives, prepositions, adverbs. Infinitive of purpose, Conjunctions: and, but, so Tags City Life | People | Places | Things to do

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Little Lord Fauntleroy

Enjoy reading about this little boy and discover if he stays true to himself even with all the changes in his life. In the mid-1880s, young Cedric Errol lives with his mother in New York. They are quite poor after the death of Cedric’s father, but live a simple happy life together. Then, one day, an English lawyer comes to visit them. He has a message from the Earl of Dorincourt, Cedric’s rich English grandfather that will change Cedric’s life forever. Will he be happy? Will he win the heart of his old angry grandfather? Syllabus Verb tenses Past Simple vs Past Continuous; Present Perfect Simple with ever, never, just, already, yet, for and since Verb forms and patterns Negative question forms; Negative imperatives; Short questions; Passive forms: present simple and past simple; Verbs plus gerund, base form or infinitive Tags Classic literature | Love | Kindness

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Prospero lives on an island with his daughter, Miranda. One night, with his magic, he makes a storm to bring his brother and the King of Naples to the island. They must pay for what they did in the past. Ferdinand also arrives on the island and finds love. Read the play and see how the island and Prospero’s magic change the lives of these people.

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Adventure At Haydon Point

One summer, city boy Sam stays with his uncle in the country. It’s all so different from London! There’s a river and boats, and a new friend, but there’s a strange light at night and two men in black. Why are they watching Sam’s uncle? And who are ‘the Americans’? In this reader you will find:

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Adventure at Haydon Point The Tempest “It was all so different from London. The strangest thing was the light that came into his room. It travelled across his ceiling and then it went, leaving his room dark. After a few seconds it was back, then it disappeared, again and again.” One summer, city boy Sam stays with his uncle. It’s all so different from London! There’s a river and boats, and a new friend, Rachel. But something strange happens... One day Sam and Rachel find a strange bird with a long beak that looks like a spoon. It has thin fishing rope round its legs. It certainly can’t fly! And who are the two men in black? Syllabus Present Simple, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Future with going to. Subordinate clause following sure, know, think, if, because, Subordinate clause with if (zero and 1st conditionals) Location: to, on, inside, etc. Direction: to, into, out of, from, etc. Prepositional phrases: at the top of, in front of, etc. Tags Adventure | Nature | The Sea and Boats

Retold by Silvana Sardi. Illustrated by Cristina Spano. “Don’t worry, my child. I’ve heard your words of love and I’m happy for you both Ferdinand, I only wanted to see if your love for my beautiful, sweet daughter Miranda was true.” Prospero lives on a strange island with his daughter Miranda. One night, with his magic powers, he makes a storm to bring his brother and the King of Naples to the island. They must pay for what they did in the past. Ferdinand also arrives on the island and finds a surprise. Read the play and see how the island and Prospero’s magic change the lives of these people. Syllabus Verb tenses, forms and patterns Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Present Perfect Simple with for, since, already, yet; Future with will, Affirmative, interrogative, negative forms of tenses, Imperatives, Passive forms: present simple and past simple, Verbs plus gerund, base form or infinitive (like, would like, want) Modal verbs Can, could, Must, have to, need, Should: advice Tags Drama| Magic | Love | Justice

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Dear diary… A Collection of the World’s Best Diaries

Illustrated by Francesca Capellini. “The most important thing is not to think very much about oneself.” Virginia Woolf In this book, you will find the diaries of many different people. Here are writers, artists, musicians, and people with important stories to tell. Some are famous - Anne Frank, George Orwell and Kurt Cobain - others you will meet for the first time. Syllabus Grammar and structures Present simple, Present continuous (present actions), Present perfect simple, Past Simple, Future with will. Verb forms and patterns: Affirmative, interrogative, negative, Infinitives (with and without to) after verbs and adjectives, Regular and common irregular verbs, Passive forms, Gerunds (verb + -ing) after verbs and prepositions, Gerunds as subjects and objects Tags Biography | Music | Literature | History | Art | Humour

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Loving London

Illustrated by Veronica Pozzi. Who wants to go on a trip to London? You? Then join us on our A-Z journey through this ancient and modern city. London is a city which is full of surprises and there’s always something to see and do in this exciting capital. If you like art or nature, sport or culture, food or museums then this is the place for you! So, what are you waiting for? Let’s start our journey now and discover everything there is to know about London! Syllabus Vocabulary areas Art, nature, museums, sport, culture and traditions, food, people, transport Notions and concepts Describing places, Describing events, Talking about traditions, Describing different means of transport, Making suggestions, Likes and dislikes, Making an itinerary, Describing typical things to eat Other Adverbs, Adjectives, Prepositions, Comparatives and superlatives, Present simple, Past simple, Present perfect, Gerunds Tags Travel | Society

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In this reader you will find: - Information about Mark Twain’s life - A section focusing on Schools in Tom Sawyer’s Day - CLIL Geography: The Mississippi River - Glossary of difficult words - Comprehension and extension activities 21st Century - Key (KET) activities in British English Skills - Final test

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Meet Tom Sawyer, a boy with a good heart who’s always in trouble with everyone: at home, in school and in church. With his best friends, Joe, Ben and Huckleberry, Tom lives an exciting life outside. But he begins to grow up when pretty Becky Thatcher comes to town, and when something terrible happens in this quiet town near the Mississippi.

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Who wants to go on a trip to London? You? Then join us on our A-Z journey through this ancient and modern city. It’s a city which is full of surprises and there’s always something to see and do in this exciting capital. If you like art or nature, sport or culture, food or museums then this is the place for you! So, what are you waiting for? Let’s start our journey now and discover everything there is to know about London!

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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Adaptation and Activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Alessandra Vitelli. “Does a boy get a chance to whitewash a fence every day?” Meet Tom Sawyer, a boy with a good heart who’s always in trouble with everyone: at home, in school and in church. With his best friends, Joe, Ben and Huckleberry, Tom lives an exciting outdoor life. But he begins to grow up when pretty Becky Thatcher comes to town, and when something terrible happens in this quiet town near the Mississippi. Syllabus Nouns Pronouns Connectives Adjectives Prepositions Verbs Present Perfect Simple; Past Continuous; Present Simple Passive; will for future reference, promises & predictions; would like for offers & requests; need for necessity & obligation; could for ability; mustn’t for prohibition; have to for obligation Tags Classic | Literature | Adventure

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One day, in India, nine-year old Mary wakes up and finds that she’s all alone. She’s sent to England to live with an uncle she has never met. His house is a strange, lonely place where, little by little, she’ll discover secret after secret in a new and magical world.

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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.

It is one of Burnett’s most popular novels, considered to be a classic of children’s literature.

‘I’m going to solve this mystery! I’m tired, but before I turn out the light, I’m going to write down all the things I’ll need for my investigation.’

Treasure Island

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! Enjoy reading about the adventures of Jim and his friends at sea and discover who finds the buried treasure. Syllabus Vocabulary areas 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 Tags Adventure | Courage 800 headwords | A2 | Flyers/Key Classic Audio | 80 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3196-1 Word count 6890

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One day in India, nine-year old Mary wakes up and finds that she is completely alone. 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.

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Sally wants to be a detective and her hobby is solving mysteries. But this time the mystery is really difficult! Read about Sally’s adventures and enjoy!

Syllabus Vocabulary areas Clothing, Home and garden, Jobs, Emotions, Games and toys, Family, Animals Grammar and structures Simple Present: states and habits, Present Continuous: actions in progress, Past Simple: finished actions, Past Continuous, Present Perfect, Future forms: Present Continuous, going to, will Types of clause Main clause, Subordinate clause following sure, certain, know, think… Defining and non defining relative clauses

Syllabus Vocabulary areas People, Personal feelings, School and Study, Travel Functions and Notions Making predictions, talking about (im)probability and (im)possibility, Expressing opinions, agreement and disagreement, Expressing degrees of certainty and doubt 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

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Have you ever thought about visiting Canada? Well to start with, read about a ‘cool’ Canadian guy called Al who lives in Vancouver. Al will tell you about his family and his school life. You can also discover what he does with his friends in his free time and what his dreams are. Is his life very different from yours? Read and find out!

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Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth are the four March sisters, all very different, but always there for each other. With their father away in the American Civil War, they all have to work hard to help their mother. But there’s time for fun and games too with their friend, Laurie. Plays, a personal postoffice, secret societies and even a bit of romance all help to fill their days while they grow up, hoping always for their father’s return.

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Vancouver is Canada’s gateway to the Pacific Rim.

‘I am British, just like you!’

The unmissable story of four sisters whose father is fighting in the American Civil War.

Allan introduces us to the city, his family, and friends. His days are filled with sports, school, and everyday family life. Join Allan and his friends on this exploration of Vancouver, British Columbia.

Marquat, born in Cardiff, but with Nigerian parents is 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 he’s alone, he discovers the value of friendship which will help him overcome any problem. Syllabus Vocabulary areas Family, friends and ourselves. Occupations and the world of work. School and education: including school subjects. Daily routine. Notions and concepts: 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 Tags Friendship | Emotions

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Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth are the four March sisters, all very different, but always there for each other. With their father away in the American Civil War, they all have to work hard to help their mother. But there’s time for fun and games too with their friend, Laurie. Plays, a personal post-office, secret societies and even a bit of romance all help to fill their days while they grow up, hoping always for their father’s return. Syllabus Verb tenses Present Continuous: future plans, Past Perfect Simple, Future withgoing to and will Verb forms and patterns Question tags, Verbs plus infinitive, Verbs plus gerund, Phrasal verbs, Conditional sentences: types 1 and 2, Reported speech, Question words, Active/Passive Modal verbs affirmative, negative and interrogative forms Could, Should, Might, Ought to, have to

Syllabus Verb Tenses Present Simple / Continuous Past Simple / Continuous Present Perfect Past Perfect Future with going to and will Would like Modal verbs: can, could, might, have to, have got to, should used to (past habits) Adjectives Comparative and superlative forms Tags Daily routine | Nature | Hobbies | Dreams | Food | Customs

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David Copperfield looks back on the first twenty-five years of his life. He’s only eight years old when his mother, a pretty young widow, remarries. Unfortunately, Mr Murdstone isn’t a good husband or father. David is sent away to school and only returns home when tragedy strikes. Unloved and unwanted, he’s sent to work in a factory. But David is a clever boy and wants a better life for himself.

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Buck, a happy, quiet dog living in sunny California, is stolen from his owner and sent north to begin a new hard life as a sled dog during the Klondike Gold Rush. Read about his adventures and the many problems he has to face in this new cruel world. Discover how he begins to change and how he answers to the Call of the Wild.

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Adaptation and activities by Silvana Sardi. Illustrated by Marco Somà.

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When The Call of the Wild was published the first printing of 10,000 copies sold out immediately and it is still one the best known stories written by an American author.

The story traces the life of David Copperfield from childhood to maturity.

Buck, a happy, quiet dog living in sunny California, is kidnapped and sent north to begin a new hard life as a sled dog during the Klondike Gold Rush. Read about his adventures and the many problems he has to face in this new cruel world. Discover how he begins to change and how he responds to the Call of the Wild. Syllabus Connectives Nouns Verbs Present Simple: including verbs not normally used in the continuous form; Present Continuous; Past Simple; Past Continuous; Past Perfect Simple: narrative, reported speech; Futures with Present; Continuous, going to and will; modals: could, must Tags Adventure | Courage | The Wild

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. Unloved and unwanted, he is sent to work in a factory. But David is a resourceful boy and determines to find a better life for himself. Syllabus Grammar and Structures 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 Tags Family | Friendship | Love | Adventure

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Adaptation and activities by Silvana Activities and Focus on Sardi. Illustrated by Paola Chartroux. by Angela Tomkinson. Illustrated by Simone Pontieri. The daring and handsome ‘After a long, sweaty and nobleman Robin Hood is forced exhausting climb the team reaches to live as an outlaw in Sherwood the eastern peak of Ben Nevis. But Forest, after the evil Sheriff a surprise is waiting for them of Nottingham kills his family when they reach the top...’ and takes his land and money. The outlaw Robin becomes a hero, stealing from the rich to give to the poor. Will the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham manage to capture Robin and his Merry Men? Will Robin regain his land and be able to offer Marian, his love, a real home? Syllabus 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, Functions: Express opinions, Make suppositions, Make requests, Make suggestions, Agree /disagree, Invite, Give information, Give directions, Apologise, Promise Tags Adventure | Friendship 1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Classic Audio | 96 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3212-8 Word count 8650

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Young professor Peng is looking for archaeology enthusiasts to help her in the search for the lost city of Karminia. 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 Vocabulary areas Adventure, Ancient civilisations, Friendship, Nature, Technology. Notions and concepts: 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 Tags Adventure | Nature | Friendship 1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Original Audio | 64 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3213-5 Word count 3890

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Young Professor Peng is looking for people keen on archaeology to help her in the search for the lost city of Karminia. Are you ready to follow her and her friends in this exciting adventure? At the top of Ben Nevis, in the Scottish Highlands, an ancient city is hidden away. It can only be discovered in daylight. Three youngsters who really love archaeology are going to discover the mysterious Karminia.

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Val’s Diary Activities and Focus on by Manuela De Angelis. Illustrated by Laura Ferracioli. ‘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, I’m so excited. I can’t wait to phone Sally and tell her everything. Wednesday is so far away!’ School’s 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 she’ll change her mind. Guess why! Read her diary and find out. This country holiday is really boring and she can’t stand it, but don’t despair… Syllabus Vocabulary areas Family, Friendship, love, Holidays. Notions and concepts: 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 Tags Family | Love & Friendship | Holidays 1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Original Audio | 64 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3211-1 Word count 3350

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Daniel Defoe

Adaptation and activities by Elizabeth Ferretti. Illustrated by Riccardo Guasco.

Retold by Silvana Sardi. Illustrated by Matteo Berton.

A Study in Scarlet is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s first story with Holmes and Watson. Come and walk the dark streets of London with the great Mr Sherlock Holmes!

Crusoe’s father wants him to be a good guy, but Crusoe wants nothing more than to travel around the world. His first voyage is a disaster! Robinson survives but doesn’t go home and travels to Brazil. Then…

A Study in Scarlet

When Sherlock Holmes gets a letter from the police, he and his new friend, Doctor Watson, have a difficult problem. Who is the rich man in the empty house? Why did he die? And, most important of all, will Holmes and Watson find the man who did it? Or will they be too late? Syllabus Nouns – Plural - Possessive ’s Pronouns Indefinite: some-, no-, any-, every- (body/thing); Subject and object Determiners Ordinal numbers: first – hundredth; Quantifiers some/any, more; Distributives: another, other, each Adjectives Comparative: er/more + adjective…than, as….as; Superlative: the -est (in/of), most + adjective Verb forms and tenses Negative questions; Present Continuous; Present Simple; Past Simple of listed irregular verbs; Common phrasal verbs with transparent meanings Adverbs Adverbs of frequency; Question words Tags Adventure | Travels | Nature 600 headwords | A1 | Classic Audio | 64 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2107-8 Word count 37280

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At the age of eighteen, Robinson Crusoe, a young Englishman, leaves his family to see the world. One night, there’s a terrible storm. His ship goes down and all his friends die. Robinson gets to an island. What will he do all by himself? How will he live? Will he ever see England again? Syllabus Vocabulary areas Means of Transport; Nature; Animals; Travels Grammar and structures Simple Present: states and habits; Present Continuous: actions in progress; Past Simple: finished actions; Can and Could: ability; Must: Obligations; Will: offers, predictions; Colour, size, shape, quality, nationality; Demonstrative: this, that, these, those; Prepositions: place, time Tags Adventure | Travels | Nature

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Gulliver’s Travels Retold by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Simone Massoni.

Jonathan Swift’s best known full-length work, and a classic of English literature. 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? 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, phrases, like Verbs: tense, aspect, form: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple - regular and common irregulars, Futures - going to, will, -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/ don’t like + ing. Adverbs: frequency, manner. Conjunctions: so, before, after, when Tags Classic | literature | satire 600 headwords | A1 | Classic Audio | 80 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0787-4 Word count 10750

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The Hound of the Baskervilles

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

‘Suddenly, in the darkness, there was a terrible, low howl and it came from the moor. ‘ The hound!’ cried Holmes.’ 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? 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

John Buchan

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The Thirty-Nine Steps Retold by Michael Lacey Freeman. Illustrated by Giordano Poloni.

An adventure novel featuring Richard Hannay, an all-action hero with a stiff upper lip and a miraculous knack for getting himself out of sticky situations. Richard Hannay is bored. He is all alone in a big city, and he wants something to happen, anything. One evening, when he gets back home, someone is waiting for him. This someone will leave him with a question, and Hannay must find an answer. His future, and indeed the future of the whole of Europe depends on it. The question is, what are the thirty-nine steps? Syllabus Verb tenses Present Simple and Present Continuous, Past Simple and Past Continuous, Present Perfect, Future forms, Will, Going to, -ing form, Modals, can (ability, permission), could (ability in the past), shall (suggestions), should (advice), may (possibility), must (obligation), need (necessity) Tags Animals | Friendship | Adventure

Tags Mystery 600 headwords | A1 | Classic Audio | 80 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0516-0 Word count 12150

800 headwords | A2 | Key Classic Audio | 80 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2313-3 Word count 54200

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William Shakespeare

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Jerome K. Jerome

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Hamlet, Prince of Denmark Three Men in a Boat Adaptation and activities by Silvana Sardi. Illustrated by Ale Giorgini.

Retold by Alex Peet. Illustrated by Riccardo Guasco.

“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”

Three Men in a Boat is a humorous book that will make you laugh while it gives you a view of Victorian England and the Thames.

William Shakespeare, Hamlet After Hamlet sees his father’s ghost, he begins to act in a strange way. He now knows the terrible secret of his father’s death and must decide what to do. Many people think he’s become mad? Is it true? Will he do what his father’s ghost asks? And what about love? Will he lose Ophelia’s love for him? Read the play and see how Hamlet’s life changes and how it changes the lives of the people around him. Syllabus Verb tenses forms and patterns Present Simple Present Continuous; Past Simple Past Continuous; Present Perfect Simple; Future with will and going to; Affirmative, interrogative, negative forms of tenses; Imperatives; Passive forms: present simple and past simple; Verbs with gerund, base form or infinitive; Common phrasal verbs Modal verbs can, could; must, need, have to; may should; Types of clause Main clause; Coordinate clause; Subordinate clause following sure, think, know, if, where, when; because; Defining relative clauses with who, where Tags Drama | Tragedy | Death | Revenge

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Three friends, George, Harris and J. decide they need a holiday and plan to go on a trip on the river. J. tells the story of that two-week trip. He includes funny stories from past trips and stories he has heard. He also gives us historical and geographical information about the places they pass or stay in. Syllabus Verb tenses Present Simple: states, processes (and verbs not used in the continuous form) - Past Continuous: parallel past actions, continuous actions interrupted by the Past Simple - Past Simple vs Past Continuous - Future using Present Continuous, going to, will, shall, - Present Perfect Simple: recent past, indefinite past with ever, never, unfinished past with for and since Verb forms and patterns let’s - Passive forms: Present Simple and Past Simple - Infinitives (with and without to) after verbs and adjectives - Gerunds (verb + -ing) after prepositions and common verbs - Gerunds (verb + -ing) as subjects and objects - to + infinitive after what Tags Friends | Adventure | Everyday life 800 headwords | A2 | Key Classic Audio | 96 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2026-2 Word count 13257

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Robert Louis Stevenson

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Retold by J. Borsbey and R. Swan. Illustrated by Alberto Macone.

The novella’s impact is such that it has become a part of the language. Jekyll is a famous London doctor, but something unusual is happening in his house. Who is his strange young friend? Why does Jekyll like him? And why does no-one else like him? Stevenson’s dark thriller is the story of one man’s need to find himself in the dark, foggy London of Victorian times. 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 Simple Passive, should for suggestions, have to and must for obligation, need for necessity/obligation Tags Classic Literature | Thriller 800 headwords | A2 | Key Classic Audio | 80 pages ISBN 978-88-536-1753-8 Word count 10250


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Bram Stoker

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Dracula

Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Valerio Vidali.

Although Stoker did not invent the vampire, he defined its modern form. When Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to meet Count Dracula, he soon realises that he has made a big mistake. What is happening in the lonely castle? Where does Count Dracula go during the day? Why are there no mirrors? Bram Stoker’s classic story takes us, and Count Dracula, from the Transylvanian castle to a small port on the east coast of England. Then we move to London, in a desperate fight to save people from the new, the terrible, Un-dead. Syllabus Nouns Pronouns Connectives Adjectives Prepositions Present Perfect Simple; Past Continuous; Present Simple Passive; will for future reference, promises & predictions; need for necessity & obligation; could for ability, requests and suggestions; have to for obligation; common phrasal verbs Tags Classic | Literature | Mild | Horror 800 headwords | A2 | Key Classic Audio | 96 pages ISBN 978-88-536-1589-3 Word count 14430

William Shakespeare

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Daniela Tieni.

‘Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind.’ Theseus of Athens is looking forward to his wedding to Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons. But two other young couples are not so happy: Hermia wants to marry Lysander, but her father doesn’t agree. Helena loves Demetrius, but he wants to marry Hermia. The King and Queen of the Fairies don’t love each other any more, so they start to play tricks on each other. They involve their fairies, the lovers and a group of Athenian workmen who want to be actors. It’s a very unusual Midsummer Night, perhaps it’s a dream. Syllabus Pronouns Relative Reciprocal Adverbs Connectives Modal verbs Verb forms and patterns Simple reported speech Tags Classic | Literature | Love

800 headwords | A2 | Key Classic Audio | 64 pages ISBN 978-88-536-1590-9 Word count 5140

Charles Dickens

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Great Expectations Retold by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Caterina Baldi.

Great Expectations depicts the growth and personal development of an orphan named Pip. 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. On the way, we meet... Syllabus Nouns 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/obligation Tags Classic | Literature 800 headwords | A2 | Key Classic Audio | 128 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0790-4 Word count 18550

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Tess of the D’Urbervilles

Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Giorgio Baroni.

Adaptation and activities by Alice Venessa Bever. Illustrated by Lorenzo Conti.

Adaptation and activities by Silvana Sardi. Illustrated by Valentina Malgarise.

The most famous love story of all time.

“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face - for ever.” - George Orwell, 1984

“A Pure Woman Faithfully Presented”

The story of Romeo and Juliet 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. 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 Tags Love and Hate

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This novel is written by George Orwell in 1949 and set in 1984 London which is now the headquarters of a totalitarian world. It is the story of Winston Smith, an ordinary man whose job it is to rewrite history for the Party of Oceania, one of the three superstates in the world. The book follows Winston’s life as he tried to rebel against the Party at all costs, in spite of the dangers involved. Syllabus Topics Politics, Psychology, Technology, Identity and Personality Grammar and Structures Adverbs, Comparatives and superlatives, 1st and 2nd conditionals, Cause and effect, Future continuous, Modals, Past perfect, Past simple, Past continuous, Prepositions, Present continuous, Present perfect, Passive, Reported Speech Tags Freedom | Dystopia

1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Classic Audio | 112 pages ISBN 978-88-536-3276-0 Word count 17850

The story, set in a poor rural area of England in the 19th century, centres around Tess Durbeyfield, a sweet, innocent, country girl who is a victim of fate and her own beauty. When her lazy father finds out that his ancestors were the noble d’Urberville family, he dreams of winning back this glory for his own family. Tess, 16 years old at the start of the story and the eldest of seven children, is pushed by her parents to go and work for Alec d’Urberville who will change Tess’s life in a dramatic way. In the middle of the chaos caused by Alec d’Urberville, Tess meets Angel Clare. Will he love her forever as he promises, without judging her for her past? Or will Alec d’Urberville become her master? Read and find out. Syllabus Grammar and structures Present simple and continuous, past simple and continuous, present and past perfect simple. Future with go-ing to and will. Passive forms. Modal verbs. Verb + infinitive, verb + ing. Phrasal verbs. First and second condi-tional. Comparatives and superlatives. Tags Classic literature | Relationships | Fate | Judgement 1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Classic Audio | 80 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2886-2 Word count 20530


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The Earthkeepers Illustrated by Lorenzo Conti.

When five young people in Berlin receive a mystery invitation, they begin an adventure that takes them to Greenland, Rwanda, South Africa and South America. It’s an adventure that makes them some important friends... and a few enemies. Will the five find a way to help the Earth? Will the world listen to the “Earthkeepers”? Syllabus Pronouns Reflexive and emphatic: myself, etc - Relative: who, which, that Reciprocal: each other Prepositions Prepositions following nouns and adjectives: put on, take out of, work at, pay for, etc Connectives when, while, until, before, after; because, since, as, for; so that Verb tenses Present Continuous: future plans and activities, present actions Past Perfect Simple Modal verbs can’t: logical necessity - could: ability (was able to/managed to), possibility, polite requests - might (present and future reference): possibility, permission - must: logical necessity and obligation - had to: obligation - should: (present and future reference): moral obligation, advice

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Kidnapped

Retold by Claire Moore. Illustrated by Matteo Berton.

Retold by Silvana Sardi. Illustrated by Federico Volpini.

One of the most universally studied of the English classics, Beowulf is considered the finest heroic poem in Old English.

The novel has attracted the admiration of writers as diverse as Henry James and Jorge Luis Borges.

This epic poem tells the story of Beowulf, a warrior who becomes famous by helping Hrothgar, King of the Danes. Beowulf kills first Grendel, a horrible demon who terrorizes the Danes every night, and then Grendel’s vengeful mother. Beowulf returns to his own country to become king. Late in life he decides to fight a dangerous dragon and…

Kidnapped is an adventure story set in Scotland in the 18th century about a young man, David Balfour. After his father dies, David leaves his quiet, hometown in search of a new life at the house of Shaws. However, he immediately runs into danger at the hands of his cruel uncle Ebenezer and his adventures start here. He gets caught up with criminals but also makes friends with Alan Breck, a wild Highlander, who helps him as he tries to cross the Scottish Highlands. Will David manage to return to Shaws and win back his inheritance or will his uncle Ebenezer’s cruel plan succeed?

Syllabus Verb tenses Present Continuous: future plans and activities Past Perfect Simple: narrative, reported speech Future with will: offers, promises, predictions, etc Modal verbs could: possibility should (present and future reference): advice, might (present and future reference): possibility, used to + infinitive (past habits) Tags Adventure | Fantasy

Syllabus Verb tenses Present Perfect Simple, Past Perfect Simple Verb Forms and Patterns make/let + infinitive, Verb + object + infinitive (e.g. I want you to help), Reported speech with say, ask, tell; Phrasal verbs had better Modal Verbs can / could, might, would rather, should, must / have to, need / needn’t, used to, would (past habits) Tags Classic Literature | Adventure | Friendship | Loyalty

Tags Adventure | Nature | Places 1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Original Audio | 80 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2650-9 Word count 12050

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Robert Louis Stevenson

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Charles Dickens

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A Christmas Carol Retold by Elizabeth Ferretti. Illustrated by Veronica Ruffato.

Dickens’ favourite Christmas story shows us the difficult lives of the poor, but it is also a story of hope, where the future can be better. Ebenezer Scrooge loves only one thing - money. He has no friends, doesn’t like his family and never helps anyone. But when Jacob Marley, who’s been dead for seven years, arrives at his house one night, Scrooge learns that a good life is about much more than money. Syllabus Verb tenses Present Continuous: future plans and activities - Past Perfect Simple: narrative, reported speech - Future with will: offers, promises, predictions, etc Modal verbs could: possibility - should (present and future reference): advice - might (present and future reference): possibility - used to + infinitive (past habits) Tags Society | Friendship

Henri James

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The Portrait of a Lady Adaptation and activities by Michael Lacey Freeman. Illustrated by Lizzy Stewart.

“She had an immense curiosity about life, and was constantly staring and wondering.” One sleepy summer, an American woman arrives in England, and wakes everybody up. Isabel Archer is an interesting woman. Everybody thinks so. She is an independent woman. Everybody agrees. And she changes the lives of everyone she meets in England. But will England change her? Syllabus Vocabulary areas Family, relationships, travel Grammar and structures Present, Present Continuous, Past simple regular and irregular, Will, Going to. Present and past perfect, modal verbs, Verb + infinitive, Verb + ing, first and second conditional, Comparatives/Superlatives Tags Classic literature | Relationships | Family | Travel | Love

Wilkie Collins

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The Woman in White Adaptation and activities by Silvana Sardi. Illustrated by Victoria Semykina.

The Woman in White is the first English ‘sensation novel’ full of mystery and dark secrets. After meeting a strange woman one night in London, Walter Hartright begins to realise that this mysterious woman is connected, in some way, to his new life at Limmeridge House and the woman he loves, Laura Fairlie. The story is told through different characters, and soon we find Walter, Marian and Laura caught up in a frightening world of crime, madness and mistaken identity. Count Fosco with Sir Percival Glyde, will do anything to get their hands on Laura’s money and think up a terrible crime that could destroy her life forever. Syllabus

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The Age of Innocence Retold by Elizabeth Ferretti. Illustrated by Rodolfo Brocchini.

“Newland felt more and more embarrassed. The men were all staring into the box where May was sitting between her mother and her aunt, he didn’t recognise the lady in the strange dress, and he didn’t know why everyone was so shocked to see her.” Newland Archer, heir to one of New York City’s best families, is planning a proper marriage, a perfect product of New York society. One night he meets May’s cousin, the Countess Ellen Olenska. This exotic and beautiful woman has returned to New York from Poland after a mysterious scandal. Newland becomes caught in a battle between duty and mystery, between tradition and the power of love. Syllabus Present Continuous: future plans and activities, present actions; Past Perfect Simple: in reported speech and narrative; Complex sentences where the relations between clauses are uncomplicated; Defining relative clauses with which, that; Reported speech/verbs/questions past tense reporting verbs; 2nd conditional: if + past, would(n’t); 2nd conditional wish.

Jane Austen

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Sense and Sensibility Adaptation and activities by Elizabeth Ferretti. Illustrated by Barbara Baldi Bargiggia.

The philosophical resolution of the novel is ambiguous: the reader must decide whether sense and sensibility have truly merged. Elinor is careful but Marianne is not. They both meet the man of their dreams, but will they find true happiness? Sense and Sensibility is Jane Austen’s classic story of two sisters who have a lot to learn about love. Syllabus Pronouns Adjectives Comparative and superlative forms Adverbs Connectives Verb tenses Verb forms and patterns Conditional sentences Types of clause: Defining relative clauses with which, that, zero pronoun Time clauses introduced by when, while, until, before, after, as soon as Clauses of purpose: (in order) to (infinitive of purpose) Tags Love | Society

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Jane Eyre

Retold by Liz Ferretti. Illustrated by Rodolfo Brocchini.

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.’ 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 had 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? Syllabus Verb tenses: Present Continuous: future plans and activities, present actions. Past Perfect Simple: in reported speech and narrative. Modal verbs: can’t: 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 Tags Love | Society

Tags Love | Culture and Society 1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Classic Audio | 112 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2029-3 Word count 17640

Charlotte Brontë

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Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Simone Rea.

‘There’s daggers in men’s smiles’ (Act II, Sc. III) Scotland in the 11th 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 Duncan’s 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 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 Tags Ambition | Power 1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Classic Audio | 96 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0662-4 Word count 11780

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The Picture of Dorian Gray Pride and Prejudice Retold and activities by Jane Bowie. Illustrated by Antonio van der Zee.

‘A good portrait is a portrait of the artist, not the sitter. I am afraid I show my soul in this painting.’ 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. 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

Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Giovanni Da Re.

‘Everybody knows that it is true that any rich, single man must definitely want a wife.’ 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 doesn’t think so. She dislikes Mr Darcy immediately. She prefers handsome soldier George Wickham, but is he all he seems? 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 Tags Love | Friendship

Tags Fantasy 1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Classic Audio | 128 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0517-7 Word count 14390

1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary Classic Audio | 128 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0504-7 Word count 15900


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EDWARD MORGAN FORSTER A PASSAGE TO INDIA

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A Passage to India Retold and Activities by Alice Venessa Bever. Illustrated by Lucia Sforza.

“Passage to more than India! O secret of the earth and sky!” W. Whitman The book is set in the 1920’s in India and is a story of Dr. Aziz, an Indian doctor, his friend Mr. Field-ing, a British professor and two British women Mrs. Moore and Miss Adela Quested. Due to an inci-dent occurring in the fictitious Marabar Caves (based on the Barabar Caves of Bihar, India), the char-acters find themselves in the turmoil of a changing India which highlights the prejudices and racial stresses between Indians and British. A Passage to India whose title comes from Walt Whitman’s famous poem “Passage to India”, is one of E.M. Forster’s most famous novels and based on Forster’s experiences in India.

Nathaniel Hawthorne

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The Scarlet Letter

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Emma

Retold by Claire Moore. Illustrated by Riccardo Renzi.

Retold by Michael Silvana Sardi. Illustrated by Alberto Macone.

Hester Prynne must wear a scarlet letter “A” because she is an adulteress. She lives a simple life with her daughter, Pearl but the evil, old Roger Chillingworth and the tormented Arthur Dimmesdale soon change things.

‘You must be the best judge of your own happiness.’

Set in 17th century Puritan Boston, this is the story of Hester Prynne and her illegitimate daughter Pearl. She is condemned to wear a scarlet letter “A” as punishment for her adultery, but she refuses to reveal the identity of Pearl’s father and they live a solitary life in a small cottage. We meet many characters, including her husband Roger Chillingworth, the young priest Arthur Dimmesdale and Mistress Hibbins. The Scarlet Letter is one of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s most famous novels.

Syllabus Verb Tenses Present Perfect Simple Past Perfect Simple - Future with will Verb Forms and Patterns Used to Passive forms - Phrasal verbs - Reported speech - Modal verbs (must, might, could, would etc)

Syllabus Verb Tenses Present Perfect Simple Past Perfect Simple - Future with will Verb Forms and Patterns Used to Passive forms - Phrasal verbs - Reported speech - Modal verbs (must, might, could, would etc)

Tags Classic literature | Justice

Tags Classic literature | Justice | Love

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 112 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2888-6 Word count 17700

Jane Austen

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 112 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2652-3 Word count 16150

Emma Woodhouse is beautiful, rich, intelligent and a snob. She says she will never marry, but loves matchmaking and is determined to find a suitable husband for her friend Harriet Smith. However, her imagination often leads her to make mistakes, creating problems for both her and the people around her. Jane Austen describes the social values of her time and the novel is full of comical moments as Emma causes one disaster after another. Jane Austen once described Emma as a character ‘whom no one but myself will much like’. Syllabus Verb Tenses: Present Perfect Simple/ Continuous; Past Perfect Simple/ Continuous. Verb Forms and Patterns: Passive forms with all tenses and modal verbs Phrasal verbs, Reported speech, Modal perfects (must have, could have etc) Clauses: Embedded relative clause; Third conditional, wish; Complex sentences with more than one subordinate clause. Tags Classic Literature | Marriage and Social Status | The Power of Imagination | Romance 1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 112 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2483-3 Word count 24.600

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George Eliot

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Hermann Melville

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Charles and Mary Lamb

The Mill on the Floss

Moby Dick

Retold by Michael Lacey Freeman. Illustrated by Lorenzo Conti.

Adaptation and activities by Sara Weiss. Illustrated by Arianna Vairo.

Adaptation and activities by Silvana Sardi. Illustrated by Alicia Baladan.

‘She was looking for a key to understand. Then she could deal with the heavy weight that had fallen on her young heart’.

One of the most widely-read books worldwide. Moby Dick is the saga of Captain Ahab and his continuous pursuit of Moby Dick, the great white whale who maimed him during their last encounter.

An excellent introduction to the world of Shakespeare.

Maggie is a curious girl. She asks many questions. And she wants some answers. What do people mean when they say she is too intelligent? When can she go to school like her brother? Why is a girl’s hair so important? As she gets older her questions change but her curiosity remains just as strong. Walk with Maggie and read her story to find out if she gets some answers to these questions. Syllabus Verbs: Present Perfect/Present Perfect Continuous, Past Perfect/Past Perfect Continuous, Conditionals, Future Continuous, Future Perfect, Modal Perfects (Must have, Could have etc.), Non-defining and defining relative clauses, Would and Used to for past Tags Family | Love | Society

Ismael, a young sailor, tells this classic American tale of the gigantic white whale and his obsessed hunter, Captain Ahab. Start your journey across the seas in famous whaling town of New Bedford, Massechusetts, and sail to unknown lands on the whaling ship Pequod. Meet Queequeg, the strange cannibal who teaches Ismael what a true friend is; First Mate Starbuck, who shows us the meaning of loyalty and hardwork, and all of the ship’s incredible sailing crew. Syllabus Verbs: Present Perfect Simple and Continuous, Past Perfect Simple and Continuous, Participle phrases, A variety of phrasal verbs, Complex passive forms, Modal verbs–all types, Reporting verbs: explain, insist, reply, shout, answer, cry out, yell Other: Connectives: although, though, even though, despite, in spite of, however, Time sequence, Discourse markers, inversion

Tales from Shakespeare

This edition includes seven of Shakespeare’s plays: As You Like It, The Merchant of Venice, The Tempest, Twelfth Night, Macbeth, Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. They tell stories of love, romance, ambition, jealousy and death, to name but a few of Shakespeare’s favourite themes and introduce us to some of his most famous characters. Syllabus Verbs: Present perfect continuous, Past perfect continuous, Future perfect, Third conditional, Make, Get, Let, Have something done, Used to, Phrasal verbs, All passive forms, Wish, Conditionals with may/might Sentence types: relative clauses, Defining, Clauses of concession: despite, Complex sentences with more than one subordinate clause Modal verbs: May might Tags Classic literature

Tags Adventure 1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 112 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2319-5 Word count 19,800

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1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 128 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2031-6 Word count 19099

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 144 pages ISBN 978-88-536-1754-5 Word count 26990


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Charles Dickens

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A Tale of Two Cities

Anthony Hope

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The Prisoner of Zenda

Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Giacomo Garelli.

Adaptation and activities by Elizabeth Ferretti. Illustrated by Barbara Baldi Bargiggia.

A Tale of Two Cities is Charles Dickens’s most famous historical novel.

‘It’s a risk, but you look so like him, I’m sure no one will suspect you’re not the real King.’

Set in Paris and London at the time of the French Revolution, this is the story of two men, Frenchman, Charles Darnay, and Englishman, Sydney Carton. As the Revolution takes hold and the Terror begins, the two men’s destinies bring them together in a powerful story of love, hate and revenge. We meet revolutionaries and aristocrats, and see the poverty of many in both London and Paris contrasted with the wealth of a few.

English gentleman, Rudolf Rassendyll, travels to the small European country of Ruritania. When the king disappears, Rudolf must take his place. Will our hero find a way to rescue the king from his evil brother?

Syllabus Verbs: Present Perfect Continuous, Past Perfect Continuous, perfect infinitives, a variety of phrasal verbs, complex passive forms, wish/if only, modal verbs: might, needn’t, reporting verbs: explain, repeat, reply, answer, ask, cry, scream, shout, tenses with This is the first … Types of Clause type-three conditionals, mixed conditionals, relative: embedded, defining Other connectives: although, despite, in spite of, however, time sequencers, inversion

Syllabus Verbs: Present perfect continuous, Past perfect simple and continuous, Future continuous, Future perfect would for willingness/refusal, Third conditional, Wish, If only, Used to and would Phrasal verbs, All passive forms, Contrast between continuous and simple tenses, the Gerund. Sentence types: Relative clauses: embedded, defining, Responses with so/neither/nor, Emphatic structures with what, Complex sentences, with a variety of sub-clauses Tags Adventure | History | Romance

Tags Classic literature | Justice | love 1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 128 pages ISBN 978-88-536-1755-2 Word count 19200

E. A. Poe

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Stories of Mystery and Suspense Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Simone Rea.

Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. In this reader you will find nine of Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous stories of mystery and suspense. They range from Gothic historical stories such as The Pit and the Pendulum, through to detective fiction like The Murders in the Rue Morgue and an early science fiction tale - A Descent into the Maelström. Ghostly mysteries such as Ligeia and The Fall of the House of Usher are also in the collection along with Poe’s masterpiece study of madness The Tell-Tale Heart. Syllabus Verbs: tenses with This is the first …, Present Perfect Continuous, Past Perfect Continuous, perfect infinitives, Future Perfect Types of Clause: type-three conditionals, mixed conditionals, relative: embedded, defining Modal Verbs: might, may Tags Classic literature | Mystery | Suspense

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 112 pages ISBN 978-88-536-1756-9 Word count 20000

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 128 pages ISBN 978-88-536-1592-3 Word count 18350

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James Joyce

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Dubliners

Emily Brontë

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Wuthering Heights

Henry James

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The Turn of the Screw

Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Illustrated by Martina Merlini.

Adaptation and activities by Elizabeth Ferretti. Illustrated by Gianluca Folì.

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

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

In Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë 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.

Are there ghosts at Bly, or is the governess going mad?

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 Joyce’s 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 Joyce’s novella, The Dead. 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, mixed conditionals, relative: embedded, defining. Modal Verbs: might, may Tags Irish Literature

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 128 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0798-0 Word count 18600

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Cathy’s 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? 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 Tags Love and Hatred | Jealousy and Revenge

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 144 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0665-5 Word count 24160

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. 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 Tags Ghost story

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 128 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0518-4 Word count 18500


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Mary Shelley

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

‘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.’ 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. 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 Tags Science Fiction | Fantasy/Horror

1800 headwords | B2 | First (FCE) Classic Audio | 144 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0505-4 Word count 19730

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William Makepeace Thackeray

Vanity Fair: A Novel without a Hero

Retold by Michael L. Freeman. Illustrated by Gloria Pizzilli.

“Our story begins just outside Miss Pinkerton’s Academy for Young Ladies at Chiswick Mall in London. A large family carriage is waiting for two young ladies, Amelia Sedley and Becky Sharp.” Vanity Fair was written 200 years ago, but it is a thoroughly modern story that provides us with universal truths about what it means to be human, in all its splendour – and with all its imperfections. It is a story full of memorable characters who accompany you on a fascinating journey through the first part of the nineteenth century. Sillabus 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) Tags Love | Jealousy | Family 2500 headwords | C1 | CAE Classic Audio | 144 pages ISBN 978-88-536-2034-7 Word count 24552

Virginia Woolf

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Mrs Dalloway Adaptation and activities by Richard J. Larkham. Illustrated by Antonio Marinoni.

Mrs Dalloway is a novel that details a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway in post-World War I. It is one of Woolf’s best-known novels. 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 politician’s 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 post-war English society. All touch each other in some way with their actions, directly or obliquely. Sillabus 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) Tags Love | Society 2500 headwords | C1 | CAE Classic Audio | 144 pages ISBN 978-88-536-0301-1 Word count 21050

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Francis Scott Fitzgerald

The Great Gatsby

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

Scott Fitzgerald’s third novel was published in 1925 and has justifiably become a 20th century literary classic. “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? Midwesterner Nick Carraway is drawn into the dark world of Gatsby’s past and present a world of hidden frustrations and superficial relationships which perfectly illustrates the “careless and confused” nature of America’s Jazz Age. Sillabus 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) Tags Love | Society 2500 headwords | C1 | CAE Classic Audio | 144 pages ISBN 978-88-536-1301-1 Word count 19990

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J. Borsbey & R. Swan, Editors

A Collection of First World War Poetry

Edgar Allan Poe

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The Narrative of Gordon Pym of Nantucket Adaptation and activities by J. Borsbey and R. Swan. Illustrated by Arianna Vairo.

Unabridged Texts | C2 | CPE | Classic Audio | 144 pages ISBN 978-88-536-1593-0

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Joseph Conrad

C2

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Heart of Darkness Introduction, notes and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan. Unabridged Texts | C2 | CPE | Classic Audio | 144 pages | Word count 39220 ISBN 978-88-536-1302-8

YOUNG ADULT | LIGHT | A1 | Classic Audio | 80 pages | Word count 4750 ISBN 978-88-536-1587-9

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Natsume Soseki

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Botchan

Adaptation and activities by Alastair Lamond. Illustrated by Toni Demuro. YOUNG ADULT | LIGHT | A1 | Classic Audio | 112 pages | Word count 9450 ISBN 978-88-536-1588-6


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