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2013 ELT CATALOGUE

Communication made easy CONTENTS Course Books Hooray! Let’s play! For Real

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Grammar and Skills Top Grammar Plus Top Grammar Grammar Practice Top Up Your English Grammar Gym Get it Right!

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Culture Courses Talking Culture World Around

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Helbling Essentials Business Essentials Tourism Essentials

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Graded Readers Helbling Young Readers Red Series Blue Series

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Resource Books 101 Young Adult Novels Act & Sing The Photocopiable Resource Series The Resourceful Teacher Series

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Hooray! Let’s play!

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The best start for very young learners

Hooray! Let’s play! is the brand new 3-level course for 3 to 5-year-olds by world-renowned author team Herbert Puchta and Günter Gerngross. This exciting and innovative course helps you maximise your English lessons with very young learners and offers your pupils lots of fun and highly stimulating activities. Hooray! Let’s play! has a unique multisensory approach that develops young children’s core thinking skills and offers motivating value-based stories to promote essential social skills. All components available in British and American English.

FOR THE STUDENT HOORAY! LET’S PLAY! • promotes multisensory learning through a variety of motivating games, stories, action stories and songs; • is fun and easy to teach, allowing children to learn in a natural and memorable way; • offers a unique combination of materials – books, DVDs, Audio CDs, DVD-ROMs, story cards, flashcards and a hand puppet – to suit every classroom need; • introduces four delightful characters – Peter the Panda, Rosie the Rabbit, Connie the Crocodile and Tom the Turtle – who quickly befriend the children and create a positive, warm learning environment.

STUDENT’S MATERIAL (for each level) BOOKS

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• 2 Audio CDs with songs, chants, stories, action stories (TPR) and listening exercises

• Card sets: - story cards in A4 format for presenting and retelling the story - flashcards in A5 format for presenting the key vocabulary and playing games • Peter the Panda hand puppet

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• DVD-ROM containing editable letters to the parents, Worksheets for Extra Lessons and a Teacher Training Video with practical tips on how to teach TPRs, songs and stories • Cartoon DVD • Interactive Book for Whiteboards

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FOR THE TEACHER INTERACTIVE BOOK FOR WHITEBOARDS The Interactive Book for Whiteboards,, one for each level, allows teachers to easily access all the materials that accompany the course. It also enables teachers to present the lesson on the big screen and engage the children to do the activities in an interactive way. Rapid access to all the teacher’s resources makes it easy for teachers to integrate them into their lesson.

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STUDENT’S BOOK The full-colour Student’s Book is organised in 6 main units. Each of the units is presented on 6 pull-out worksheets and follows a tightly structured order to guarantee an optimal and consistent learning routine: • chant; • TPR (Total Physical Response) action stories; • song; • story/story song; • listening comprehension; • thinking skills.

All tasks are outlined on the back of each worksheet along with any relevant song lyrics and scripts for easy lesson management and to keep parents up to date with what their children are learning.

All worksheets expand and develop both pupils’ cognitive and fine motor skills through activities such as colouring, tracing, drawing, matching, sorting, etc. There are also sections on festivals and celebrations (birthdays and other special occasions), plus an Audio CD with full versions of the songs and chants.

Unit 4 Toys LESSON 3 I’m on my little bike (a song) I’m on my little bike, ting, ting, ting. I’m on my little bike, ting, ting, ting. I’m on my little bike, I’m on my little bike. I’m on my little bike, ting, ting, ting.

I’m on my little train, choo, choo, choo. I’m on my little train, choo, choo, choo. I’m on my little train, I’m on my little train. I’m on my little train, choo, choo, choo.

I’m in my little car, vroom, toot, toot. I’m in my little car, vroom, toot, toot. I’m in my little car, I’m in my little car. I’m in my little car, vroom, toot, toot.

I’m in my little plane, whoo, whoo, whoo. I’m in my little plane, whoo, whoo, whoo. I’m in my little plane, I’m in my little plane. I’m in my little plane, whoo, whoo, whoo.

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TEACHER’S BOOK

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The Teacher’s Book offers easy-to-use step-by step suggestions on how to teach very young learners successfully.

The Teacher Training Video demonstrates clear ways of teaching English to very young learners in either kindergarten or at private language schools.

A clear introduction gives a short overview of relevant findings from cognitive psychology and research into early language acquisition.

It shows author Herbert Puchta, working with various groups of very young learners in different schools.

Fully animated cartoon stories engage and motivate children to learn and remember key words and phrases. Children are captivated by and identify with the stories as their favourite characters come to life. Story cards, Audio CDs and Worksheets support and build on the cartoons to create a powerful and personal learning experience.

The Teacher’s Book was written in close cooperation with experienced classroom teachers and all activities and ideas have been piloted and perfected for optimum use in the classroom. The Teacher’s Book provides a variety of ideas for games and a host of practical tips and pointers. It contains 2 Audio CDs (with all the songs, chants, stories, action stories and listening exercises) as well as a DVD-ROM with an editable letter to the parents for each unit, and photocopiable Worksheets for Extra Lessons, plus a training video for the teacher.

Additional short films explain how to use TPR (Total Physical Response) action stories and songs through miming and acting. The Teacher Training Video is the ideal companion for the Teacher’s Book. It offers you lots of practical tips on how to get the most out of your lessons and shows excellent easy-to-use ways of teaching English to very young learners.

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FOR REAL

Everything you need for teenage and young adult learners For Real is the successful series by Martyn Hobbs and Julia Starr Keddle that builds upon the popular appeal of Get Real. From Beginner to Intermediate, it is written specifically for teenagers and young adults. The series is pitch perfect for the needs of students around the world today - contemporary topics and language coverage that helps them talk about the subjects that matter most, plus all the input they need to grow in confidence and ability. For Real hits all the right notes for teachers as well, offering a robust core syllabus closely aligned to Common European Framework objectives and an impressive range of additional material – on paper, on DVD, on whiteboard technology and online – so you have the options, choice and variety you need.

STUDENT’S PACK (for each level) BOOKS

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FOR THE STUDENT STUDENT’S BOOK & WORKBOOK + INTERACTIVE CD-ROM I m p r o v i n g g r a m m a r, v o c a b u l a r y a n d communicative competences from A1 to B2 levels through: • stimulating lessons; • emphasis on communication and real language; • clear and flexible structure; • Cambridge English: Key (KET), Preliminary (PET), First (FCE) and Trinity exam preparation; • CLIL & culture sections.

FOR REAL Beginner All the strengths of the tried and tested For Real brand with lots of support for today’s beginner student.

MAKE THE BEST START Elementary and Pre-Intermediate Packs also include Starter Books. Ideal to help your students get into their stride! • Elementary option - students can revise CEF A1 before starting For Real Elementary • Pre-Intermediate option - students can revise CEF A2 before starting For Real Pre-Intermediate

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O romeo, romeo! Wherefore art thou romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name: Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, and I’ll no longer be a Capulet. [aside] Shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this? ‘tis but thy name that is my enemy. thou art thyself, though not a Montague. What’s ‘Montague’? It is nor hand, nor foot, Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part Belonging to a man. O be some other name! What’s in a name? that which we call a rose By any other word would smell as sweet. So romeo would, were he not romeo called, retain that dear perfection which he owes Without that title. romeo, doff thy name, and for that name, which is no part of thee, take all myself.

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25% of the island’s population is over the age of 65. They are anxious about the poor health care on the islands.

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“I’m a chemist and I worked with the energy companies when they were looking for oil. They asked me because there aren’t many local people with my skills.”

“The problem with these islands is that all the young people leave for work. I haven’t seen my grandson in 7 years.”

by a deadly feud between two important families – the

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Top Up your English

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Grammar & Skills

A series of two activity and revision books for teenagers by Herbert Puchta, ideal to use during the year for additional practice and revision, as well as for revising and consolidating grammar, structures and functions. • Vocabulary TOP UP - clear and enjoyable activities to Puchta TOP Herbert UP YOUR ENGLISH improve and consolidate vocabulary learnt in class; • Dialogue TOP UP - functional practice to help students understand and speak English easily at elementary level Grammar & Skills TOP UPinYOUR ENGLISH based on the guidelines as described the CEF; • Skills TOP UP - additional exercises to develop the skills of reading, writing and listening; • Grammar TOP UP - a vast bank of exercises to improve and consolidate students’ grammatical knowledge.

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TOP UP Your English! Two activity and revision books for teenagers. Ideal to use during the year for additional practice and summer revision, also for revising and consolidating grammar, structures and functions. Each book has a cartoon story in 6 episodes to improve reading and writing skills. Each level contains 6 units with activities divided into the following sections:

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TOP UP Your English! Two activity and revision books for teenagers. Ideal to use during the year for additional practice and summer revision, also for revising and consolidating grammar, structures and functions. Each book has a cartoon story in 6 episodes to improve reading and writing skills. Each level contains 6 units with activities divided into the following sections:

• Grammar TOP UP - a vast bank of exercises to improve and consolidate students’ grammatical knowledge

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Grammar Gym

CEF A2

Grammar and Vocabulary training

Key preparation for KET and Trinity exams Intensive vocabulary revision Thorough grammar practice

Grammar Gym is a series of fun and effective books for learners of English at A2 level who want to revise and improve their grammar, vocabulary and dialogue skills. It can also be used to prepare and practise for the Ket and Trinity exams. Each unit of Grammar Gym contains structured reading, grammar and dialogue exercises with an end section of vocabulary to reinforce key lexis.

A series of fun and effective books by Herbert Puchta and Rachel Finnie for learners of English who want to revise and improve their grammar, vocabulary and dialogue skills. Each unit contains structured reading, grammar and dialogue exercises with an end section of vocabulary to reinforce key lexis. Grammar Gym also includes a comprehensive Exam Practice Section for students studying for the Cambridge English: Key (KET) and Trinity exams.

Grammar Gym also includes a comprehensive Exam Practice Section for students studying for the Ket and Trinity exams.

Each level of Grammar Gym Grammar Gym is a series of fun and effective books for learners ofcomes Englishwith a CD Audio. at A2 level who want to revise and improve their grammar, vocabulary and dialogue skills. It can also be used to prepare and practise for the Ket and Trinity exams. Each unit of Grammar Gym contains structured reading, grammar and dialogue exercises with an end section of vocabulary to reinforce key lexis.

Key preparation for KET and Trinity exams Intensive vocabulary revision Thorough grammar practice

Grammar Gym also includes a comprehensive Exam Practice Section for students studying for the Ket and Trinity exams.

Grammar Gym is a series of fun and effective books for learners of comes Englishwith a CD Audio. Each level of Grammar Gym at A2 level who want to revise and improve their grammar, vocabulary and dialogue skills. It can also be used to prepare and practise for the Ket and Trinity exams. Each unit of Grammar Gym contains structured reading, grammar and dialogue exercises with an end section of vocabulary to reinforce key lexis.

Key preparation for KET and Trinity exams Intensive vocabulary revision Thorough grammar practice

Grammar Gym also includes a comprehensive Exam Practice Section for students studying for the Ket and Trinity exams. Each level of Grammar Gym comes with a CD Audio.

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Get it Right!

CEF B1

Train your skills and grammar

Get it Right! is a 2-level revision and practice course by Rachel Finnie. It is ideal for summer holiday revision or as extra practice for exams at B1 level. Comprehensive language work with guided grammar explanations and exercises plus extensive vocabulary practice make it ideal for self study. Each level contains 8 units featuring: • Language practice – motivating texts revising and practising useful structures with a variety of reading and optional listening comprehension exercises; • Grammar – clear, easy-to-follow grammar explanations and extensive practice exercises. The Answer Keys are available from the Helbling Languages website at:

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Talking Culture

CEF A1/A2

Culture course book for young teenagers Talking Culture is a flexible culture course for young teenagers learning English by Maria Cleary. Talking Culture contains 6 self-contained modules dealing with a specific theme. Each spread is full of useful and interesting information, chosen to appeal to young teenagers and to give them an insight into life in the English-speaking world. The four skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening) are developed systematically throughout the book. The modules cover the following themes: • Geography • Sport • School • Festivals • Food • Entertainment The Answer Keys are available from the Helbling Languages website at:

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World Around

CEF B1/B2

Culture course book with CLIL for teenagers World Around is a completely new and updated edition of the popular and unique course REAL WORLD, a culture course for teenagers by Maria Cleary.

FOR THE STUDENT

World Around is packed with up-to-date facts and key issues and information from the English-speaking world, plus innovative illustrated history pages.

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World Around is accompanied by a Student’s Audio CD.

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Teachers can introduce Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in subjects such as Maths, Geography, Music, Science and Technology using the twelve dedicated CLIL pages.

FLEXIBLE World Around is suitable for all teaching and learning styles. It is organised in 12 self-contained units each focusing on a specific country or area of the English-speaking world. Each unit contains 3 distinct routes - Identity, Lifestyles, Issues, allowing you to explore the book as you choose for 80-90 hours of class work with extra material in the Teacher’s Book and on the website.

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World Around has a wide range of informative and imaginative real texts that have been specially chosen and devised to appeal to and motivate teenage readers.

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Extracts from literature and contemporary arts introduce students to literature from the Englishspeaking world and provide further reading and listening practice.

FOR THE TEACHER TEACHER’S BOOK Photocopiable activities, skills pages, project pages, CLIL links, lively lesson suggestions.

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Helbling Essentials NEW

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The Essentials series provides a basic level of specific language and communication skills needed for a chosen career.

BUSINESS ESSENTIALS Business Essentials, by Lucy Becker and Carol Frain, is a basic skills-based book offering effective language practice for students of business. The 15 units cover a wide range of topics from the world of work, from telephone calls to job applications. Business Essentials gives students the basic language and communication skills that they need at work. • 15 work-related topics; • Clear presentation of subject-specific vocabulary; • Simple, authentic texts and diagrams; • Regular listening exercises; • Focus on useful language; • Glossary of relevant vocabulary; • Integrated workbook. PLUS Audio CD containing recordings of real-life business situations. PLUS Online Extra activities downloadable from www.helblinglanguages.com/essentials

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TOURISM ESSENTIALS Tourism Essentials, by Lucy Becker and Carol Frain, is a basic skills-based book offering effective language practice for students of tourism. It covers a wide range of useful topics such as cooking, making hotel reservations and applying for jobs. Tourism Essentials gives students the essential language and communication skills that they need to work in the tourism sector. • Interesting, up-to-date topics; • Emphasis on communication and real language; • Clear presentation of vocabulary; • Contemporary, authentic texts; • Regular listening practice; • Focus on useful language; • Glossary of relevant vocabulary; • Integrated workbook. PLUS Audio CD containing recordings of real-life situations. PLUS Online Extra activities downloadable from www.helblinglanguages.com/essentials

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Helbling Young Readers Helbling Young Readers is an exciting new series of graded readers for Primary Schools in 5 levels. Engaging stories with beautiful full-colour illustrations, specially written to appeal to young learners of English, introduce high-frequency words in order to promote fluency from an early age. Each story is carefully graded and language is presented both as lexical groups and language functions. Accompanying interactive whiteboard compatible CD-ROMs include a complete reading of the story, chants and games and a link to the Young Readers website. All materials use an open type font which has been devised to help children with reading difficulties. All texts and recordings are in British English.

Can I Play? Rick Sampedro It is Billy’s first day at school. He is happy and he wants to play with the other children. But when Billy asks if he can play, each child answers him in a different language. Billy is sad, he can’t play with anyone. Then, Lorenzo becomes Billy’s friend and soon everyone is playing together.

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The Beach

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Rick Sampedro Anna is very happy. It is a beautiful day. A perfect day for the beach. But Nina is not happy. She is on a boat, far from the beach. This is the story of two little girls, and how a place can mean very different things to different people.

Rick Sampedro It is a lovely day in the jungle. The grass is green and the sky is blue. The animals are all happy together. But, what is that? Now the sky is orange and there is smoke. Oh, no! There is a terrible fire. Can the little birds stop the fire? And who can help them?

Maria Cleary It’s Christmas Eve and Mother Bunny is busy getting everything ready for Christmas. The bunnies aren’t helping so she sends them out to play. Barney, the baby bunny, can’t play any of the games. But on Christmas Day Mother Bunny has a special present for him and all her other children.

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Rick Sampedro Ehud and Elisa like flying kites. One windy day Ehud’s kite goes up and he can’t see it. Ehud is sad. Then it comes down in Elisa’s garden. Elisa gives Ehud his kite and he is happy. But then Ehud and Elisa look at their fathers. Their fathers aren’t friends. They are sad. Can the children think of a way to make everyone happy?

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Andrés Pi Andreu Today is the little girl’s birthday. She closes her eyes and blows out the candles on her birthday cake and makes a wish. Suddenly lots of strange things start happening but Mum and Dad can’t see them. Can the little girl convince her parents that she is not silly? And what happens when the sun goes down?

Adrián N. Bravi It is summer and it is very hot. The tree on top of the hill is very thirsty. Its leaves are brown and there is no water to drink. Then the tree sees Cloudbreak, a little bird. Can Cloudbreak help the tree to find some water?

Maria Cleary Mum, Dad, Emily and Baby are all out and Fat Cat is sleeping in peace. Bang! Suddenly there is a noise in the kitchen. There is a thief in the house and Fat Cat is the only one who can stop him! What is Fat Cat’s plan? And can he save Mum’s jewellery?

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Maria Cleary Henry Harris can’t say the letter ‘H’. He hates haitches more than he hates homework or horrible Hannah Hunter who laughs at him. Then one day something happens to Henry’s best friend, Harry. What happens when Henry helps Harry?

Maria Cleary All the mothers are afraid of Skater Boy. He’s the fastest kid in town. But all the children love Skater Boy because he’s the fastest kid in town. One day, while the mothers are planning to catch Skater Boy something terrible happens. Baby climbs and climbs to the top of the climbing frame. And Skater Boy is the only one who can save him.

Rick Sampedro It is a cold hard winter and there are not enough nuts and seeds for the animals in the forest. They are all weak and hungry… all except Chippy and his family. They have got lots of food for the winter. But something terrible happens and Chippy soon learns that sharing is best.

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Helbling Readers Red Series CLASSICS A series of well-known classic stories by world-famous authors that have been chosen, and adapted, to appeal to young teenagers. Careful selection of stories with suitable content and language level has allowed the flavour of the originals to remain. Reflec t ion Boxes throughout the stories help understanding, and draw links with the students’ own lives, while detailed Before and After Reading activities help and check understanding. A clear introduction gives information about the author.

Peter Pan J. M. Barrie

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Peter Pan visits the nursery of the Darling children, Wendy, John and Michael, every night when they are sleeping. One night they wake up and Peter teaches them to fly. Together they fly off to Never-Never Land where they find the Lost Boys, mermaids, Indians and pirates. However, the leader of the pirates, the terrible Captain Hook, wants to kill Peter and capture the children. Can they defeat him and return home to their parents in London?

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A, an; adjectives; adverbs of frequency; can; countable and uncountable nouns; demonstrative adjectives and pronouns; have got; How much/many?; imperatives; like/love/hate/don’t like doing; subject and object pronouns; plural nouns; possessive ’s; possessive adjectives; present continuous; present simple; question words; short answers; some/ any; the; there is/are

Level 2 - A1/A2 Trinity 2, 3

a lot of, not much, not many; adverbs of manner; and, so, but, because; be going to; comparative; have to/must; mustn’t; past continuous; past simple; past simple v. past continuous; possessive pronouns; superlative; to for purpose

Level 3 - A2 Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools

Trinity 3, 4

cardinal/ordinal numbers; ever/never; must/should need to/have to; one/ones; prepositions of time, place and movement; present perfect; present perfect v. past simple; present continuous for future; question tags; reflexive pronouns; relative pronouns who, which, that; so do I/neither do I; too plus adjective; indefinite pronouns; will; would like

Oscar Wilde

Adapted by Frances Mariani | Recording in British English

When the Fisherman catches a beautiful mermaid in his nets he falls in love with her. He wants to marry her but first he must send away his Soul. How can he send away his Soul? And can his body and Soul live apart? Find out in this beautiful story about the nature of love.

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In The Happy Prince a little swallow stops on its journey towards the sun and helps a big-hearted Prince to bring happiness to his people. In The Nightingale and the Rose a songbird understands more about love than a young man does.

Adapted by Geraldine Sweeney | Recording in British English

Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead with the footprints of a huge dog beside his body. Everyone thinks that the hound of the Baskervilles, the terrible dog that has cursed the Baskerville family for centuries, is to blame. Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson go to investigate the murder. Will they find the murderer before the last surviving member of the family is killed?

Dorothy thinks she is lost when a terrible cyclone carries her and her dog Toto to the magical Land of Oz. So she decides to go to the Emerald City and ask the Wizard of Oz to help her go home again. On the way she meets the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion who all have a special wish to ask the Wizard. Will the Wizard make their wishes come true? And will Dorothy find her way home?

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L. Frank Baum

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Arthur Conan Doyle

Oscar Wilde

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About the Author Arthur Conan Doyle is the inventor of Sherlock Holmes, the world’s most famous fictional• detective. Lots of people think Sherlock Holmes is a real person and write to 221B Baker Street, London, his address in Conan Doyle’s stories! Doyle is born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1859. He works as a doctor until 1891 but he has a passion for writing stories. In 1891 he decides to become a full-time writer. His first story is a novel called A Study in Scarlet. Scarlet. He then writes a series of short stories called The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, which are published in instalments• by The Strand Magazine. Magazine. The public love them, and want to read more about Sherlock Holmes and his faithful friend, Dr Watson. Conan Doyle writes 56 Sherlock Holmes stories in total. One of the most famous and popular is The Hound of the Baskervilles. Baskervilles. Eventually Conan Doyle becomes tired of writing about the detective and he decides to “kill” his creation. In The Final Problem Holmes is murdered by his most dangerous enemy, Professor Moriarty. Conan Doyle’s readers are so angry that in the end he decides to bring Holmes back to life in The Empty House. House. Conan Doyle dies in 1930. Sherlock Holmes’s fictional house in Baker Street is now a museum. y Glossar • fictional: a person in an invented story is a fictional character

• instalments: the story is published in sections or episodes. You have to wait for the next edition of the magazine to see what happens next!

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a)  axe b)  paws c)  pole d)  straw 3 Now use the words in the sentences below. a) ................ is made from the dry stems of corn. b) A ................ is a long piece of wood or metal. c) An ................ is a tool for cutting down trees. e) The ................ of animals like cats, dogs and bears are their feet.

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HELBLING READERS RED SERIES - CLASSICS

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Black Beauty

Little Women

Adapted by Jennifer Gascoigne | Recording in British English

Adapted by Geraldine Sweeney | Recording in British English

Adapted by Jennifer Gascoigne | Recording in American English

It is a hot afternoon and Alice is bored. She follows a White Rabbit down a rabbit hole and arrives in a strange place called Wonderland. Here nothing is as it seems: animals can talk, cakes and drinks can make you bigger and smaller and the Queen of Hearts can cut off your head. Can Alice find her way home again?

The much-loved children’s story of a horse, Black Beauty. Black Beauty begins his life in a loving home. But when his owners have to sell him, his fortune changes. As Black Beauty moves from home to home and job to job, he often suffers bad treatment and living conditions. But Black Beauty still dreams of the happy life he had as a young foal.

This is the much-loved story of the four March sisters. Meg is the eldest and is about to fall in love. Then there’s tomboy Jo who wants to be a writer. Kind Beth who always puts other people before herself, and finally there’s Amy, the youngest and most precocious. Although times are difficult and their father is away at war, they never forget their sense of fun. Growing up is not always easy but it is very rewarding.

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Louise May Alcott

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84 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-232-0

Anna Sewell

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Mowgli’s Brothers

The Red-headed League

The Secret Garden

Adapted by Maria Cleary | Recording in British English

Adapted by Maria Cleary | Recording in British English

Adapted by Geraldine Sweeney | Recording in British English

When Mother Wolf finds a baby outside her cave she decides to keep him and raise him with her own cubs. But not everyone in the jungle wants Mowgli and soon he has to learn to defend himself against the cruel tiger Shere Khan and his followers.

When legendary detective Sherlock Holmes and his trusted friend, Dr Watson, are asked to investigate a mysterious organisation, the Red-headed League, they find that there is more to the organisation than meets the eye.

When Mary Lennox’s parents die in India, she moves to England to live in her uncle’s enormous manor. Mary is sad and lonely but one day she finds an old key to a secret garden that no one goes into and a whole new world of magic and enchantment opens up to her. Before long Mary learns to make friends for the first time. Can the garden bring back the love that is missing from their lives?

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Level 2 - A1/A2

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Frances Hodgson Burnett

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Arthur Conan Doyle

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It was sunny for nearly a week and Mary found many more green points in the secret garden. She pulled up the weeds around them so they had space to grow. Sometimes she imagined the garden in summer. One morning as she was skipping slowly along the long path, she thought about old Ben Weatherstaff. He was often cross but she liked him. At the end of the path there was a gate. She decided to go through it and explore the wood• on the other side. She opened it and went through. Suddenly she heard the sound of music. It was coming from the trees. What was it? She was very curious and went to find out. A boy of about twelve was sitting under a tree. He was playing music. He had blue eyes and red cheeks. A squirrel• and two rabbits were watching him and listening to the music. When he saw Mary he said: ‘I’m Dickon. I know who you are. You are Miss Mary.’

2 Fill in the gaps in the passage about Mowgli using the words in the box below.

• squirrel: small red or grey animal that lives in trees • wood: many trees together

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HELBLING READERS RED SERIES - CLASSICS

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Charles Dickens

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mark Twain

Adapted by Elspeth Rawstron | Recording in British English

Mark Twain

Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean and miserable man with no friends. One cold Christmas Eve three ghosts visit him and take him on a frightening journey to show him what is wrong with his life. Can Scrooge change and learn to become a better person?

Adapted by Jennifer Gascoigne | Recording in American English

Level 3 - A2

Level 3 - A2

Level 3 - A2

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The best-loved story of Tom Sawyer and his friends Huck Finn and Joe Harper, as they grow up along the banks of the Mississippi river. They run away to be pirates and come back in time for their own funerals, they witness a murder and they find treasure. Join them for fun and adventure and some difficult lessons in growing up.

Huckleberry Finn has a hard life with his father until an adventure with Tom Sawyer changes everything. But when Huck’s dad returns and kidnaps him, he decides to escape down the Mississippi river with runaway slave, Jim. Life on the run is not easy and Huck and Jim get into lots of trouble. Will Tom arrive in time to help Huck save Jim from slavery? And what will happen to Huck when his father finds him?

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84 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-052-4

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PHOTOCOPIABLE WORKSHEET Level 3 The Stolen White Elephant by Mark Twain Plot

1 Fill in the following table with details about the story. Where does the story take place? When does it take place? Why are the characters there? Who are the main characters? What happens at the start of the story?

2 Look at the Story Arc below. It describes how the plot of a story usually develops.

C Rising interest B Event that creates a crisis or problem

D Climax or most interesting point of story E Resolution or denoument

A Initial situation

F Conclusion or the situation at the end of the story

Consider The Stolen White Elephant. Write the parts of the story that correspond to A-F above. A B C D E F

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3 There are elements of all the following types (genres) of fiction in this story. Find an example in the text for each one. A B C D

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4 Complete the following summary of the story. Try not to use more than 75 words.

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A Christmas Carol

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The Stolen White Elephant

Treasure Island

White Fang

Adapted by Maria Cleary | Recording in American English

Adapted by David A. Hill | Recording in British English

Adapted by David A. Hill | Recording in American English

A white elephant travelling from Asia to Britain as a present for the Queen goes missing in New York. Chief Inspector Blunt of the New York Police Department puts all of his men on the case and promises to find the thieves. Are the city’s best policemen and a reward of $100,000 enough to get the elephant back?

When the terrible pirate Bill Bones dies, young Jim Hawkins is left with the key to a fortune: the long-lost map of Treasure Island. Jim sets off on an incredible adventure with his trusted friends to find the hidden treasure. They do not realize that their crew is made up of pirates and their leader is the most infamous and cruel pirate of them all... Long John Silver. Will Jim and his friends outwit the pirates and get the treasure?

White Fang is born part-dog, part-wolf, in the cold and snowy Northland of Alaska. He soon learns the laws of nature and before long he and his mother, Kiche, are fighting for survival. One day a native American, Gray Beaver, recognises Kiche and soon the mother and cub become his property. White Fang learns that men have laws, too, that can be both fair and cruel. But will White Fang ever learn to trust or love men?

Level 3 - A2

Level 3 - A2

Level 3 - A2

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76 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-301-3

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Jack London

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Robert Louis Stevenson

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Mark Twain

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HELBLING READERS RED SERIES - FICTION Original Stories

FICTION - Original Stories A series of original fiction specially written for young teenage students of English. Written by renowned EFL authors these stories combine easy-to-understand language with exciting plots to appeal to younger readers.

A New Home for Socks Antoinette Moses

Recording in British English

Students who read extensively also make gains in overall language proficiency.

When Penny moves from her home in the village to a new house in the city she has to leave her friends and pet dog behind. One day, after school, Penny finds a little puppy in the park. He is small and dirty and very frightened. Penny calls him Socks. But Penny’s new house is small and Socks can’t stay with her. Can Penny find a new home for Socks?

Prof. Richard Day Chairman of the Extensive Reading Foundation

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Penny goes back into her apartment and gets some food and a bowl• and a torch•. “The school is dark now,” she says to Socks. “There are no students in the school; they are all at home.” “Perhaps you can live in the school,” she tells the puppy. “I’m there every day. And we can play in the park together some days, too.” She gets on the bus and goes back to her school. The big door is locked•. Penny walks round the school; there are doors at the back. They are all locked. Then she sees a window. It is open. She climbs• inside. It is dark. Penny puts her torch on•. She walks along the corridors between the classrooms. She can’t put Socks inside a classroom.

Your school How many classrooms are in your school? Draw a map of the rooms and the corridors.

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Next Door

Princess on the Run

The Anti-bully Squad

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

When a new family with a twin brother and sister move next door to Eoin, strange things start to happen. The kids at school make fun of the twins and say that they are from another planet. But Eoin decides to find out where they really come from.

King Alexander wants his daughter, Princess Priscilla, to marry his best friend, Lord Huntingdon. But the princess has other plans. She is in love with Toby, a young and handsome servant at the Royal Palace. Priscilla and Toby decide to run away together, but life on the run is not what the princess expected.

When a pair of bullies hurt Arjun, the youngest boy in class, Tom, Ziggy and Tara decide that it is time to do something. They set up the Anti-bully Squad but they soon discover that the bullies are prepared to do anything to get their own way. Can they find a way to stop the bullies before it is too late?

Level 1 - A1

Level 2 - A1/A2

Humour | Love

Level 2 - A1/A2

MP3

72 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-469-0

Friendship | Mystery D

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Before Reading 1 People put things inside time capsules to give information about the present time. Read this list of things. Do you associate them with the past, the present or the future? • • • • • • • • • • PAST

3D black and white television Concorde flying taxis holidays in space MP3 players Twilight robots After vinyl LP records mobile phones

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1 Princess on the Run is a modern fairy tale. What are the elements of a fairy tale? In groups think of the following. Characters In a fairy tale there are usually GOOD characters

2 Add one more thing to each category from exercise 1. Who are all the good characters in this story? And BAD characters. 8

Setting The setting is usually a castle, a palace or a forest. Where is the setting of this story? Problem There is usually a problem that is solved after some difficulty. What is the problem and the solution in this story? Magic Something magical usually happens. What magical events happen in this story?

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94 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-160-6

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84 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-161-3

Rick Sampedro

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Robert Campbell

Meet the Author Hi Rick, why did you become a writer? I want readers to become aware of• important issues. When people are aware of problems they can help change them. Changes can then make a better world for everyone. What other interests do you have? I love music and I have a huge• collection of music. I enjoy listening to different types of music, from classical to rock to punk. I really like songs with good lyrics• and a special message. I also enjoy the beach very much. I live in Galicia, in Spain, with my family. There are great beaches here and we love going swimming. Other passions I have include sport (rugby), travelling, reading and watching films, but my number one passion is my family. They make my life complete and I enjoy every minute I spend with them. What does cultural awareness• mean to you? In my own family we are related to lots of different cultures: Argentinian, Brazilian, English, French, Spanish and even Luxembourgian! I believe growing and raising• your children in a multicultural environment is an absolute bonus•.

Glossary • become aware of: learn about • bonus: positive extra thing • cultural awareness: knowing about other cultures

• huge: very big • lyrics: words of a song • raising: looking after children as they grow

Ending And in the end ... Who are all the bad characters in this story?

Everyone lives happily ever after

2 Now in groups write your own fairy tale using all of the elements above. Share with the rest of the class.

Meet the Author Meet some of our authors on the Readers website.

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HELBLING READERS RED SERIES - FICTION Original Stories

The Time Capsule

Mr Football

Stubs Grows Up

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Recording in American English

Jan makes a time capsule for her History project and buries it beside the apple tree in her garden. Then one night during a terrible storm something strange happens. Jan travels through time. Is she in the future? Or is she in the past? And how can she get back to the present?

Gary is fifteen and he wants to become a professional footballer, just like his dad. When three students from Gary’s school get the opportunity to win a place in Crossbridge Football Academy, Gary automatically thinks he will be one of them. But things aren’t always as simple as they seem…

Fifteen-year-old Jay Stone is good-looking, athletic and he has got lots of friends. There’s just one problem. Jay’s legs are short, so short that the other kids call him ‘Stubs’. When Jay gets a surprise place on the school’s American Football team, some of the older members decide to teach him a lesson. Can Jay ignore their comments about his legs and keep the place on the team?

Level 2 - A1/A2

Level 3 - A2

Paul Davenport

Friendship | Sport MP3

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Friendship | Sport MP3

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94 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-159-0

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Friendship | Mystery

92 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-283-2

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Pair work provides real language work while developing core speaking skills. The Time Capsule

Twins

Janet Olearski Recording in British English

MUSIC Do you play an instrument? Do you sing? Do you beatbox? What music to do you like to listen to?

Level 3 - A2

Talk to a friend.

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Lively modern illustrations create the perfect context for classroom discussions.

Tim is determined to win the Arkwright Student of the Year award and take his mother on the first prize trip to Disneyland Paris. He starts a Keep Arkwright Tidy campaign and everything is looking good. However, one day Tim and his friend William get into trouble in the park. How can Tim win the prize now? Maybe he can blame his mystery twin brother...

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FICTION - Graphic Stories A lively series of fully illustrated stories centred around a group of friends, allowing young readers to identify with both the characters and the stories. Exciting double-page cartoon spreads feature real dialogue for a communicative approach. Stimulating Before and After Reading pages help and check understanding with Cambridge English: Key (KET) and Trinity Levels 1 to 4 style activities and an Exit Test.

Dr Stephen Krashen Linguist and educationalist

David and the Great Detective Martyn Hobbs

Recording in British English

David dreams of becoming a great detective like David Delgado, the hero of his stories. When thieves take Jack’s bike David decides to help him find it. Can David find it and be a great detective like David Delgado?

Level 1 - A1

Detective | Friendship MP3

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64 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-016-6

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The unconscious process of language acquisition, such as occurs when reading for pleasure, is more successful and longer lasting, than conscious learning.

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Cambridge English: Key (KET) and Trinity GESE Levels 1-4 type activites.

Packed with ideas for role-play and debate.

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HELBLING READERS RED SERIES - FICTION Graphic Stories

Holly’s New Friend

Jack’s Endless Summer

Zadie’s Big Day

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Holly’s mum and dad spend all their time working and her sister is always in her room. Holly is sad and lonely. Then she has a great idea: she can get a new friend. Can Holly and her friends convince her mum, dad and sister to let her get a dog?

It’s summer and it’s too hot to do anything. Jack doesn’t know what to do. He goes to the park, he goes to the pool, he meets his friends. This summer is really boring. Then one evening some boys hurt a hawk. Jack is the only person who can help. Suddenly Jack’s summer isn’t boring any more.

Zadie is the best footballer on the school team. She is also the best skater in the park. When a new boy at school challenges her to a skating competition on the same day as an important football final, Zadie accepts. Can Zadie be both Queen of the Skate Park and Champion on the Pitch?

Level 1 - A1

Level 1 - A1

Ecology | Human interest

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Friendship | Sport MP3

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64 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-572-7

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Friendship | Human interest

64 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-334-1

Martyn Hobbs

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Holly’s New Friend

In her dream, Holly stops and listens. Lap, lap, lap. What is that noise? It sounds like water. Is it rain? But Holly can see the sky and it is clear and blue. Is it a river? Or a stream•? Lap, lap, lap. Holly walks towards the sound. Lap, lap, lap. The sound is quite loud now. It seems very close. Lap, lap, lap. Holly wakes up and rubs• her eyes. She isn’t dreaming. But she can still hear the sound. Lap, lap, lap. Holly turns on the bedside lamp and sees Eco. He is drinking from her glass of water! He wags his tail, jumps onto the bed and licks her face.

Real characters the readers can identify and grow with.

Before school, Holly takes Eco for his first morning walk. She feels very tired. It’s really cold and dark – and it is so early! But Eco doesn’t mind. He pulls on the lead, stops, sniffs•, pulls again, sees a black cat, tries to chase it and nearly pulls Holly off her feet•! He sees a huge dog and tries to play with it (the big dog is quite frightening). And then he chooses a tree. Eco stops, sniffs at the tree trunk, looks up, sniffs again, and makes a decision. This is the perfect place! Holly looks away and waits. When Eco is finished, she takes a plastic bag from her pocket and picks up the dog mess•. Yuck! 36

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Grace, Romeo, Juliet and Fred

Holly the Eco Warrior

Jack and the Westbourne Fair

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Grace is always good at everything. She is good at the piano. She is good at the violin. She is good at most of her subjects at school. And she is a great actor and dancer, too. But at the moment, Grace can’t do anything well. Why can’t she do her homework and learn the lines for the play? Is she in love? Only David can help her.

Holly’s favourite place is the tree house in the old oak tree in her garden. When her father decides to cut down the tree to build an office, she starts an unusual protest and moves out of her home and into the tree house. Who will win the battle of the tree?

The Westbourne Fair is coming to town and it is Jack’s favourite moment of the year. But when he gets into trouble at school his parents say that he can’t go to the Fair. Jack decides to go to the Fair anyway and he learns that there are more important things in life than having fun.

Level 2 - A1/A2

Level 2 - A1/A2

Level 2 - A1/A2

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Friendship | School MP3

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Ecology | Friendship

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64 pages ISBN 978-3-902504-41-8

Martyn Hobbs

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Friendship | Love Au

64 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-574-1

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The Graphic Stories feature lively cartoon spreads for a contemporary communicative approach.

A wide choice of illustrated activities helps and checks understanding.

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HELBLING READERS RED SERIES - FICTION Graphic Stories

Ricky’s Big Idea

David and the Black Corsair

Grace and the Double Life

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Ricky has a big idea: he wants to make his own reality TV programme. He buys a series of small video cameras and he secretly films his family and friends. But, when he looks at the footage it is all very boring. So Ricky decides to make his video more interesting. Soon strange things are happening both at Ricky’s home and school. But Ricky’s friends aren’t very happy. Can Ricky be a good friend and become a filmmaker, too?

It’s not a good day for David. It’s his mum’s birthday but she rushes out without seeing his presents. It’s raining and he falls and hurts himself on his way into school. The lessons are either impossible or boring and he leaves his lunch at home. He feels very sorry for himself. Daniel the Black Corsair is feeling sorry for himself, too. He’s lost and lonely and far from home. Can David and Daniel feel happy again?

Grace’s mum wants her daughter to study hard for her piano exam. But Grace wants to spend all her free time practising with her band – the Garage Girls. How long can she keep her secret from her mum? And what will her mum do if she finds out?

Level 2 - A1/A2 Friendship | Human interest

Level 3 - A2

64 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-335-8

64 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-336-5

The spreads are fully dramatised on the Audio CD.

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Friendship | Music MP3

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Ricky and the American Girl

Zadie’s Last Race

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Ricky is a bit of a genius at school. He never thinks of anything except maths and computers. That is, until he meets Alexis, a beautiful American girl visiting his town. Is Ricky a genius in love, too?

Zadie lives for sport. From football to running, it’s the biggest thing in her life. Zadie is preparing for a big race – a race she really wants to win. But one evening while she is out training, she is involved in an accident – and she finds herself in a race of life and death. Will she win the biggest race of her life?

Level 3 - A2

Level 3 - A2

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64 pages ISBN 978-3-902504-20-3

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HELBLING READERS RED SERIES - FICTION Short Reads

FICTION - Short Reads Beautifully illustrated short books that even the most reluctant student will easily read in one sitting. A wide variety of Before and After Reading activities, with interesting and fun fact files exploring the issues raised, contemporary culture, internet projects and extra listening activities. The manageable length (32 pages) means that even less able students get a real sense of progress and achievement.

Fireball’s Heart Herbert Puchta

The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.

Recording in British English

Chief Wise Owl’s people always tell the truth. But Chief Strong Buffalo doesn’t believe him. He thinks of a plan to get Dark Eyes, the Indian who looks after all of the tribe’s horses, to tell a lie. Can Dark Eyes win the test or is Chief Strong Buffalo right?

Dr Seuss Children’s author

Level 1 - A1

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32 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-003-6

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Cross-curricular Fact Files develop themes from the book and give cultural information.

The Clever Woman Herbert Puchta

Recording in British English

Sean Murphy is looking forward to coming home after work. He’s tired and wants to relax with a good book. But when he gets home there is so much noise that he can’t relax. So Sean decides to ask Linda McCormack to help him.

www.helblingreaders.com

32 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-027-2

Human interest | Humour MP3

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The African Mask

The Surprise

The Lost Smile

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Janet gets a letter out of the blue from her old boyfriend Donald McKinnon. He invites her to visit him in Scotland but when she gets there strange things start to happen. Why do people rush off when they hear Donald’s name? Why is Donald so sad? And what has Donald’s African mask got to do with all this?

When Aunt Elizabeth comes back from Greenland she has a very strange present for Roger and Helen a big egg. One day when they are eating dinner the egg starts to crack open. What’s inside?

One night Sarah and Ben have the same dream: the Lord of Tears is going to take over the world and make everyone sad. But Sarah and Ben know how to stop him. Together they set off on a journey to find the Lord of Tears and bring happiness back to the world.

Level 2 - A1/A2

Level 2- A1/A2

Level 3 - A2

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Humour | Mystery MP3

32 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-029-6

Fantasy | Mystery MP3

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32 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-004-3

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Mystery | Travel

32 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-028-9

Christian Holzmann

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The Spring Cup Christian Holzmann

Recording in British English

If Caroline doesn’t win the Spring Cup her father will sell her beloved horse, Applewind. But how can she win when she has to compete against Sophie and her horse Blossom? They always come first!

Check new words and phrases in the glossary on each page. Friendship | Mystery MP3

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32 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-005-0

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Helbling Readers Blue Series CLASSICS A series of well-known classic stories by world-famous authors that have been chosen, and adapted, to appeal to teenage and young adult readers. Careful selection of stories with suitable content and language level has allowed the flavour of the originals to remain. Reflection Boxes throughout the stories draw links between the themes explored and the students’ own experience.

Dracula

Bram Stoker Adapted by David A. Hill | Recording in British English

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Packed with practical ideas and activities to make the most of your Helbling Readers, with photocopiable worksheets and drama resources.

Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to see a local nobleman, Count Dracula. Jonathan realises that things are not what they seem at Castle Dracula and, before he knows it, his nightmare begins. Soon Jonathan and his friends and family are battling for their lives against the terrible Count in a race of good against evil that will bring them from Transylvania to London and across Europe once more to the Black Sea. Can Jonathan and his friends destroy Dracula?

Level 4 - A2/B1

Structures

MP3

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Level 4 - A2/B1 Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) for Schools

Horror | Mystery Au

96 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-302-0

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Dracula

Trinity 4, 5

causative have; could/was able to/managed to; first conditional; futures together; had to/didn’t have to; how long…?; make and let; may/can/ could for permission; might for future possibility; present and past passive; present perfect plus yet, already, just; shall/could for offers; want/ask/tell someone to do something

Level 5 - B1 Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) for Schools

Trinity 5, 6

defining relative clauses; future continuous; modal verb would; non-defining relative clauses; past perfect; present perfect continuous; present perfect future; reported speech/verbs/questions; second conditional (wish); used to/used to doing; used to/would; second conditional

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CEF A2/B1

The Call of the Wild

The Garden Party and Sixpence

The Last of the Mohicans

Adapted by David A. Hill | Recording in American English

Adapted by David A. Hill | Recording in British English

Adapted by Janet Olearski | Recording in American English

Buck leads a good life in California, but one day he is stolen and taken to the harsh and freezing Yukon to work as a sledge dog. Here Buck must learn to fight for his survival. Can he rise above his enemies and become the master of his world once again?

In The Garden Party, Laura is excited about her mother’s annual garden party until she discovers that a man has died close to the family’s home. In Sixpence, when Dicky, an active, exuberant young boy, accidentally breaks a plate, is his mother her usual understanding self, or does she give in to interfering Mrs Spears’ pressure to punish him?

In America, during the French and Indian wars, two young women, Cora and Alice, set off on a dangerous journey to be reunited with their father Colonel Munro. They are aided by Hawkeye, a brave frontier scout, and Chingackgook and Uncas, his Mohican companions. On their way they must escape from the cruel Huron Magua and the French army. Will they get to Fort Edward and safety?

Level 4 - A2/B1

Level 4 - A2/B1 Human interest | Short stories

Level 4 - A2/B1

72 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-011-1

120 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-053-1

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James Fenimore Cooper

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Adventure | Nature Au

102 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-153-8

Katherine Mansfield

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Jack London

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Think about the story and make connections with real life. www.helblingreaders.com Dedicated website with: • Downloadable tests and worksheets • Sample pages and audios • Teacher’s Guide • Author Interviews

Internet-based projects. www.helblingreaders.com

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HELBLING READERS BLUE SERIES - CLASSICS

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Wuthering Heights

Bartleby the Scrivener

Adapted by Janet Olearski | Recording in American English

Adapted by Jennifer Gascoigne | Recording in British English

Adapted by Maria Cleary | Recording in American English

This is the story of Ichabod Crane, a superstitious schoolmaster who arrives in Sleepy Hollow. Ichabod falls in love with Katrina van Tassel, a wealthy farmer’s daughter, but he must compete with the strong, handsome Brom Bones for her hand. When Ichabod is invited to a party at Katrina’s house, will he convince the young girl to marry him? And how does the terrifying ‘Headless Horseman’ change his life forever?

Heathcliff, an orphan, is raised by Mr Earnshaw with his own children, Hindley and Catherine. Hindley hates him but his passionate sister Catherine becomes his close friend, and they fall deeply in love. When Catherine decides to marry Edgar Linton instead of Heathcliff, Heathcliff’s terrible revenge destroys everyone’s lives. Will Heathcliff and Catherine ever find peace in this masterpiece of love and hatred?

When Bartleby comes to work for an elderly Manhattan lawyer he seems to be a great addition to the company. One day Bartleby is asked to help check a document and he replies calmly: “I would prefer not to”. This, to the dismay of his employer, soon becomes his response to all requests and he gradually stops working completely, spending his days looking out at the brick wall three feet away.

Level 4 - A2/B1

Level 4 - A2/B1

MP3

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Level 5 - B1 76 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-518-5

Morality | Society MP3

A detailed introduction gives background information on both the author and the social and literary context in which the story is set.

A wide range of activities helps and checks understanding and practises language skills.

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Family | Love

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100 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-517-8

Herman Melville

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Horror | Humour Au

68 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-230-6

Emily Brontë

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Washington Irving

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Daisy Miller

Tales of Mystery

The Canterville Ghost

Adapted by Janet Olearski | Recording in American English

Adapted by Janet Olearski | Recording in British English

Adapted by David A. Hill | Recording in American English

When beautiful young American Daisy Miller travels to Europe with her wealthy but unaristocratic mother, her innocent and friendly manner makes her more enemies than friends.

The Fall of the House of Usher describes the final days of a tormented and tragic family. In The Oval Portrait a brilliant but obsessed artist sacrifices love for art. And in The Masque of the Red Death Prince Prospero tries to escape with his friends from a terrible disease that is killing everyone in their land.

When an American family buy an old English mansion, they also inherit its terrible ghost. The ghost sets about frightening the new owners, but the Americans don’t frighten easily and the ghost gets more than he had bargained for.

Level 5 - B1

Level 5 - B1

Level 5 - B1

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In the little town of Vevey, in Switzerland, there is a most comfortable hotel, which is seated upon the edge of a clear blue lake. The shore of the lake has a range of establishments• of this type. One of the hotels, however, is famous, being distinguished• from many of its neighbours by an air both of luxury and of maturity. In this region, in the month of June, American travellers are extremely numerous. There is a flitting• here and there of ‘stylish’ young girls, a rustling• of muslin• frills, a rattle of dance music in the morning hours, a sound of high-pitched• voices at all times. You receive an impression of these things at the excellent inn• of the ‘Trois Couronnes’. I hardly know what was in the mind of a young American, who, two or three years ago, sat in the garden of the ‘Trois Couronnes’, looking about him, rather idly, at some of the graceful objects I have mentioned. He had come from Geneva the day before by the little steamer•, to see his aunt, who was staying at the hotel – Geneva having been for a long time his place of residence. But his aunt had a headache – his aunt had almost always a headache – and now she was closed in her room, so that he was at liberty to wander about.

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64 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-009-8

• inn: guest house; place where you can sleep and eat • muslin: thin, semi-transparent material used to make dresses • rustling: sound that some materials (silk and muslin) make • steamer: ship with a steam-driven engine

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Horror | Mystery

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108 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-054-8

Oscar Wilde

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Human interest | Love Au

80 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-010-4

Edgar Allan Poe

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Henry James

In the little town of Vevey, in Switze hotel, which is seated upon the edge the lake has a range of establishment however, is famous, being distinguish Listen to the story on the Audio CD or download a sample from www.helblingreaders.com

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HELBLING READERS BLUE SERIES - CLASSICS

The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll & Mr Hyde

F. Scott Fitzgerald

To the Lighthouse Virginia Woolf

Adapted by David A. Hill | Recording in American English

Robert Louis Stevenson

Jay Gatsby is the man who has everything: money, influential friends and fabulous parties. Day and night his Long Island mansion is full of beautiful people laughing and dancing and talking about their mysterious host. But the rich and handsome Gatsby always seems to be alone in the crowd and there always seems to be something missing from his life. What is the secret from Gatsby’s past? And what does he silently hope will fill his life?

Adapted by Les Kirkham and Sandra Oddy | Recording in British English

Level 5 - B1

Level 5 - B1

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102 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-152-1

Mrs Ramsey has gathered her friends and family around her in the family’s summer house on the Isle of Skye. As the children play and the adults paint, talk and think, the relationships between them develop and change. Can true happiness ever be achieved or is it destined to exist only as a poignant memory?

Level 5 - B1

Art | Human interest

88 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-304-4

MP3

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When respectable Dr Jekyll starts associating with the mysterious Mr Hyde, his friends become increasingly worried. Who is Hyde and why do all the people he meets dislike him? Stevenson’s classic tale of the human capacity for evil is retold with all the tension and Gothic drama of the original story.

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98 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-295-5

Adapted by Elspeth Rawstron | Recording in British English

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The Great Gatsby

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FICTION A series of beautifully illustrated original fiction by top international EFL authors. Specially commissioned books by award-winning authors for a choice of compelling teen-relevant stories with a controlled level of language, content and narrative devices in order to ensure the reader enjoys every moment of the read. Reflection Boxes throughout the stories draw links with the students’ own lives.

Once you learn to read you will be forever free.

Operation Osprey David A. Hill

Recording in British English

Don and Mike are best friends. They both live in the sleepy town of Saltley and they both love birdwatching. Their lives suddenly become exciting when Mike spots a pair of osprey at a nearby lake. The boys decide to protect the birds so that they can make a nest. But when Mr Roberts takes an interest in the birds the boys become suspicious.

US statesman and former slave

Level 4 - A2/B1

Nature | Thriller MP3

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76 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-007-4

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Links to other curricular subjects (CLIL) in the activity pages The Boy Who Could Fly Shillan was a small island. At the southern end there was a little harbour• where boats arrived. The cottage where Dr Reed lived was there, too. Michael’s house was in the east of the island. Behind the house there was a wood of pine trees• called Laird’s Wood and a lake called Goose Loch. In winter many ducks and geese• came to swim and feed• on the lake. The southern part of Shillan was quite flat and covered with grass, but the north was hilly. In the northwest there were two hills: Castle Hill, which got its name from a ruined castle that stood on the top it, and Crag Hill, which was very rocky. Lots of wild flowers grew on the island – some of them were quite rare.

Soon Michael knew every centimetre of the island and he could recognise most of the flowers, birds and animals that lived there. At first he missed• the company of other children, but as time passed he got used to playing by himself. Sarah and George loved their new life. They no longer had to work in the shop and had time for their hobbies. George grew vegetables in the garden and Sarah painted pictures of wild flowers. When she wasn’t painting or doing housework, she made clothes for Michael. Sarah designed an extra-large jacket for him, which was easy to put on and which covered his wings.

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HELBLING READERS BLUE SERIES - FICTION

The Boy Who Could Fly

The Green Room

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Elspeth Rawstron

No one knows where Michael comes from or who his parents are. One day he starts to grow wings and his life changes forever. Michael moves from hospitals to research clinics to life in isolation on a remote island. Will he ever manage to have a normal life?

Laura’s dream is to become a famous actress. When she auditions for The Green Room summer school she meets Nathan, who shares her dream. But Laura and Nathan both have secrets. That summer at The Green Room Laura and Nathan grow up and learn that that it is better to tell the truth and keep their acting for the stage.

Recording in British English

Level 4 - A2/B1

Level 4 - A2/B1

Level 4 - A2/B1

Thriller | Travel

80 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-006-7

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PHOTOCOPIABLE WORKSHEET Level 4 The Kingdom of the Snow Leopard by Elspeth Rawstron Vocabulary

1 Read the text then choose the correct word for each space. When I was four, my father, the King, took me to a Buddhist monastery high up (A) …………........… the Himalayan Mountains. There were (B) …………........… roads to the monastery. There were (C) …………........… small paths up the mountains and the journey was very difficult. My father left me at the monastery with an old monk. When we first walked into the monastery, I was very frightened. I held my father’s hand tightly and hid my face in his (D) …………........… Then the old monk walked down a long red carpet towards me. When he reached me, he (E) …………........… my hand and held it. It was a freezing cold day but I felt warm and I didn’t feel frightened any more. And I have never been frightened (F) …………........…. that day. A 1 in B 1 any C 1 alone

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2 Complete the following sentences with the correct form of say or tell. A That night, Mahir ……………. Tom a story – a story that Tom will never forget. B “Thank you for ……………. me about this man.” C “Do as he ……………., Tom.” D “You could ……………. that I’m an expert on your country.” E He did as his father ……………. him and nothing bad happened. F “Cornelius ……………. he might not see me again and he was nearly right!” 3 Link the words with the places they describe. What else do you know about these places? Use the words to write a short description of each place.

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This year Tom is really excited about Christmas. He is going to spend the holidays with his friend Mahir in the Kingdom of the Snow Leopard. He even has a special invitation from Mahir’s father, the King. But someone is following the boys on their journey and Tom is worried that he wants to hurt them. What happens when they get there?

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The Kingdom of the Snow Leopard

Robert Campbell

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David A. Hill

THE ROYAL PALACE oak trees

domed ceiling rugs

creaking door

THE TEMPLE embroidered curtain

stone floors

iron gates

lawn

detention

silver and gold stars

wooden gates

tests red-tiled roofs

4 In pairs write a list of words that describe your school. Write a description together. © Helbling Languages - Please photocopy this page

www.helblingreaders.com

CEF B1

Danger in the Sun

Mystery at the Mill

Red Water

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Recording in British English

Jake hasn’t seen his archaeologist father for five years, but now he is going to spend his summer holiday with him in Greece. Jake arrives in Athens airport, but his father is nowhere to be seen. When the local police show little interest in the case Jake decides to investigate his father’s disappearance himself.

When Caterina finds her great-great grandmother’s diary in the attic she reads about her difficult life as a child worker in the local mill. Caterina starts thinking and soon she has started a campaign against a local boutique that sells cheap fashionable clothes. However the shop belongs to Jake’s Uncle Sanjit. Can Caterina convince Sanjit to sell ethically made clothes? And are Sanjit’s suppliers what they seem?

When teen hackers Tricia and Daniel discover that a local company could be involved in a sinister plot to trade carbon, they suddenly find that their lives are in danger. How is Tricia’s father involved? Can Tricia protect her family and Daniel?

Level 5 - B1

Level 5 - B1

Level 5 - B1

Adventure | Thriller

Human interest | Love

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76 pages ISBN 978-3-85272-008-1

Ecology | Thriller MP3

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An interview with the author adds interesting information on how the story was written.

Meet the Author Dear Jack, tell us a little about yourself. I was born in the North of England and studied German and Russian at Liverpool University. After graduation• I spent several years travelling around the world, teaching English to finance• the trips. I then went back to England to do a postgraduate• course at London University. I came to Brazil in 1976 and have lived and worked here, teaching and writing, ever since.

When did you start writing stories? My first story was published in 1999. This is now my tenth book.

How do you think of your stories?

rarely take much notice of them. Stories seem to find me, rather than me consciously looking for one. My inspiration often comes from a real event.

What is the message in this story? There are several messages in the story, but I think the most powerful one can be summed up• in the words of the English teacher in the film Dead Poets Society - “Seize• the day! Make your lives extraordinary!” We can

change things. We can live the life we want and realize our full potential.

Have you any other stories planned for the future? Yes, I have a file full of ideas for stories. 38

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• begging: (here) asking • finance: get money for • graduation: when you get a degree at a university

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• postgraduate: detailed studies after a degree • seize: take with force • summed up: said in few words

The Coconut Seller Jack Scholes

Recording in American English

Bruno, a poor coconut seller from the favela, meets Clara, a beautiful rich girl from Rio de Janeiro’s wealthy Ipanema area, and they fall in love. But Clara’s father doesn’t approve and stops the relationship. Then Zeca, a criminal from Bruno’s past, tries to blackmail Bruno into helping him make some easy money. Can Bruno stop Zeca, save Clara and convince Clara’s father that he is right for his daughter?

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101 Young Adult Novels An anthology of young adult novels to use in your English class 101 Young Adult Novels for your English language class, by Christian Holzmann, is a unique anthology of young adult novels to read in class or as part of an extensive reading programme. 101 books, chosen for you and indexed by both level and keywords.

NEW

CEF B1+

Helbling 101 ResouRce series Christian Holzmann

Lively double-page spreads include excerpts to give a feel for each book plus lots of information on how to extend the student’s reading experience. To help you choose appropriate material for your young adult class; To help you find appropriate tasks (in moderation); To show that reading for pleasure is FUN; To show that reading opens doors to other worlds and other cultures; To show that reading can be highly motivational when learning a foreign language; To show that reading offers you some great language input.

Act & Sing

CEF A1/A2

Act & Sing is a 2-volume primary teacher’s resource by Günter Gerngross and Anette Claus with a set of minimusical plays to act out and sing in class. Each volume includes three fun musical plays in easy English, to promote multisensory learning and help young learners remember and pronounce new words and phrases. The book also contains full teaching and performing notes, scores, scripts and photocopiable pages with lyrics, picture dictionaries and masks. Plus an Audio CD with full musical accompaniment, instrumental versions and a reading of each play. Act & Sing 1:

Act & Sing 2:

Help for Father Christmas

Halloween!

Easter eggs surprise

Where’s your ticket, Father Christmas?

Help from friends

Clever Easter rabbits

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TEACHER’S PACK (for each level) BOOKS

MULTIMEDIA

• Resource Book

• Audio CD

Resource books for creative teachers

The Photocopiable Resource Series is written by leading ELT authors and offers teachers, teacher trainers and teacher trainees lots of ready-to-use and innovative language learning materials with detailed instructions explaining how each activity works in class.

ISBN 978-3-85272-248-1

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Herbert Puchta • Günter Gerngross Christian Holzmann • Matthew Devitt

For young learners and early teens

Grammar Songs & Raps

2 Audio CDs/CD-ROM 03/01/12 14:42

THE PHOTOCOPIABLE RESOURCE Series Herbert Puchta • Marion Williams

Herbert Puchta - Marion Williams

Herbert Puchta - Günter Gerngross - Matthew Devitt

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by Herbert Puchta, Matthew Devitt, Günter Gerngross and Christian Holzmann Grammar Songs & Raps covers key grammar structures for levels A1 and A2. It offers 28 original songs and raps, one per grammar structure, for presenting and practising key grammar structures in fun, dynamic and multisensory ways to help students remember the structures better and anchor them in their longterm memory. The book contains photocopiable worksheets, and is accompanied by 2 Audio CDs with all the songs and raps. The second CD includes a CD-ROM part with printable flashcards. Each song and rap has clear, step-by-step teaching notes, including lead-in activities, listening tasks, follow-up activities and games. www.helblinglanguages.com

Grammar Songs & Raps

with

Get on Stage!

GRAMMAR SONGS & RAPS

THE PHOTOCOPIABLE RESOURCE Series

Teaching Young Learners to Think ELT-Activities for young learners aged 6 - 12

22/11/11 10:56

TEACHING YOUNG LEARNERS TO THINK

by Herbert Puchta, Marion Williams Teaching Young Lear ners to Think offers 80 activities with photocopiable worksheets and easyto-follow teacher’s notes. Herbert Puchta, author of a wide range of innovative teaching materials, and Marion Williams, well-known for her book Psychology for Language Teachers, have developed specifically designed tasks that develop children’s foreign language competence while promoting the basic thinking skills they will need as they grow older. Teachers will enjoy using the motivating tasks that have been carefully devised to match the language level of EFL learners. Students will enjoy the fun of the thinking challenges these activities offer.

Devitt

21 sketches and plays for young learners and teens

Matthew Devitt

The introduction to the book gives a clear rationale on why and how to use plays in ELT, plus a range of useful and practical tips and suggestions on how to stage a play. A variety of photocopiable sheets allow students to check comprehension and practise key language.

Gerngross • Matthew

Get on Stage!

The DVD contains videos of 3 sample plays, audio recordings of 11 plays, plus a film of co-author Matthew Devitt, a professional actor and director, rehearsing a play with a group of students.

Teaching Young Learners to Think

oung learners

urs of fun and

Günter Gerngross

Herbert

Puchta • Günter

Get on Stage! is a photocopiable resource book with 21 sketches and plays for young learners and teens. The book is organised in 4 clear sections to meet all your drama needs: • short humorous sketches • medium-length sketches • medium-length plays • teen dramas

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THE PHOTOCOPIABLE RESOURCE Series

The Photocopiable Resource Series is written by leading ELT authors and offers teachers, teacher trainers and teacher trainees lots of ready-to-use and innovative language learning materials with detailed instructions explaining how each activity works in class.

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THE PHOTOCOPIABLE RESOURCE Series

Herbert Puchta

CEF A1/B2+

NEW

The Photocopiable Resource Series is a new series of resource books for teachers with innovative and creative activities to copy and use in class.

Herbert Puchta - Günter Gerngross - Christian Holzmann - Matthew Devitt

teacher detailed

The Photocopiable Resource Series

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DVD + Audio CD

GET ON STAGE!

by Herbert Puchta, Günter Gerngross and Matthew Devitt Get on Stage! is a photocopiable resource book with 21 original sketches and plays for young learners and teens. The book is divided into four sections: Short humorous sketches; Medium-length sketches; Medium-length plays based on traditional stories and Teen dramas. The DVD contains videos of three sample plays and a film session with co-author Matthew Devitt, while he was rehearsing a play with a group of students. The book gives a clear rationale on why and how to use plays in ELT, plus a range of useful and practical tips and suggestions on how to stage a play. A variety of photocopiable sheets allows students to check comprehension and practise key language. The Audio CD contains the recordings of 11 plays in the book.

TRADITIONAL FOLK SONGS

by David A. Hill, Andrew C. Rouse Traditional Folk Songs is a collection of 15 well-known traditional folk songs from Britain and Ireland chosen specially for teachers of English as a foreign language. Each song is accompanied by a complete set of worksheets that explore a variety of aspects from background, lyrics and rhythm – Exploring the song, to folksingers and their work - Performers’ Corner, plus CLIL, language, vocabulary and structures. The CD-ROM/Audio CD includes recordings and printable lyrics for all songs along with audio and video links to performances by well-known musicians. The book is aimed at B1 learners and above.

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The Resourceful Teacher Series Great teachers’ handbooks with lots of inspiring ideas The Resourceful Teacher Series is a series of handbooks for teachers with innovative and creative activities and techniques written by leading names in the field.

THE RESOURCEFUL TEACHER Series

Thomas Strasser

The Resourceful Teacher Series offers teachers, teacher trainers and teacher trainees a discussion of new developments in various areas, such as linguistics, pedagogy and cognitive psychology, and shows them practical ways of using key findings in these areas to enrich their own teaching.

Mind the App! inspiring internet tools and activities to engage your students

Many of the activities are photocopiable and accompanied by multimedia. THE RESOURCEFUL TEACHER Series

“The Resourceful Teacher Series provides language teachers with a great many useful, innovative ways to make the classroom a real learning environment. A wonderful contribution to ELT.” Carmen Fonseca English Department, University of Huelva, Spain

Tessa Woodward

THINKING IN THE EFL CLASS Activities for blending language learning and thinking

believe

imagine

understand

reflect

thoughts

“The Resourceful Teacher series stimulates the mind and imagination of learners of English, from beginners to advanced, enhancing both motivation and potential.” Gillian Evans TESOL France Executive Committee

plans ideas

dreams

THE RESOURCEFUL TEACHER Series P. Grundy - H. Bociek - K. Parker

THE RESOURCEFUL TEACHER Series

One of the secrets of teaching a foreign language successfully lies in balancing routine classroom work with innovative and creative activities and techniques. This new series offers teachers, teacher trainers and teacher trainees a discussion of new developments in various areas, such as linguistics, pedagogy and cognitive psychology, and shows them practical ways of using key findings in these areas to enrich their own teaching.

Peter Grundy Hania Bociek Kevin Parker

English through ART 100 activities to develop language skills

Initially inspired by the 2009 IATEFL Conference Writing Workshop linked to works of art in the National Museum and Gallery of Wales, English through Art shows you how to take your students on a visual path of discovery which will stimulate and enhance their language learning. English through ART is packed with great activities on using art: • to stimulate talk • to approach established activities in new ways • to promote decision-making tasks in the language classroom • to motivate learners to talk about themselves • for vocabulary building and for writing activities. No prior knowledge of art or artists is required - even the most creative activities can be done by every student irrespective of their experience or background knowledge or ability. English through ART comes with a time-saving CD-ROM containing 50 full-colour reproductions to use alongside those activities that work best with images. The activities themselves can easily be adapted and used for different levels, from elementary to advanced, with teenagers, young adults and adults, in EFL/ESL, CLIL and Art and Design classes and for individual, small group and whole class work. Whether you need to pep your lessons up, stimulate your students, provide a sparkling 10 minutes at the end of the week or plan a truly engaging, term-length project, this is the book for you!

English through ART

English through ART brings together 100 highly varied, original, ready-to-use activities to foster real communication in English through imaginative responses to both artistic images and easy-to-do creative work. A clear introduction explains how art can be used to stimulate language acquisition in a creative, enjoyable and memorable way and provides advice on how to get the very best out of this exceptional book.

MIND THE APP!

by Thomas Strasser Mind the App! is an exciting and innovative resource book which introduces teachers and their students to some of the most useful and interesting web applications for language teaching and learning. It covers a wide variety of applications and includes activities to stimulate students’ interest and to help them understand how the applications work and how best they can be used. Mind the App! has a backup website with the updated app links plus video tutorials exclusively produced for the apps in the book.

THINKING IN THE EFL CLASS

by Tessa Woodward Thinking in the EFL Class offers over 30 well-thought out, realistic tips for teachers and over 85 practical, easyto-use activities for language classes. Most of the activities are multi-level and adaptable from elementary to advanced students. Thinking in the EFL Class also provides teachers with ready-to-use handouts, freely downloadable in both PDF and DOC format.

ENGLISH THROUGH ART

by Peter Grundy, Hania Bociek and Kevin Parker E n g l i s h t h ro u g h A r t p re s e n t s 100 creative activities which take students of English on a visual path of discovery where they interact and identify with paintings. Ideal for CLIL and accompanied by a CD-ROM with 50 masterpieces from the National Museum and Gallery of Wales plus extra photocopiable materials.

www.helblinglanguages.com

With CD-ROM

THE RESOURCEFUL TEACHER Series

Seeds of confidence

Veronica de Andrés Jane Arnold

Self-esteem activities for the EFL classroom

SEEDS OF CONFIDENCE

by Verónica de Andrés and Jane Arnold Seeds of Confidence provides teachers with useful background information on self-esteem and a wealth of practical ideas for developing both learner confidence and language skills.

understanding learning trust abilities development words joy happiness creativity imagination growth possibilities With CD-ROM

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MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES IN EFL

THE RESOURCEFUL TEACHER Series

THE RESOURCEFUL TEACHER Series

by Herbert Puchta and Mario Rinvolucri A great new resource book by Herbert Puchta and Mario Rinvolucri. This concise overview of the latest findings in the field of Multiple Intelligences gives you 74 easy-to-follow teaching recipes to help you get the most out of your class.

Andrew Wright - David A. Hill

One of the secrets of teaching a foreign language successfully lies in balancing routine classroom work with innovative and creative activities and techniques. This new series offers teachers, teacher trainers and teacher trainees a discussion of new developments in various areas, such as linguistics, pedagogy and cognitive psychology, and shows them practical ways of using key findings in these areas to enrich their own teaching.

Andrew Wright David A. Hill

Writing Stories

Andrew Wright and David A. Hill are both teacher trainers and writers of inspiring teaching materials.

Writing Stories takes you and your EFL/ESL students off on an adventurous voyage of discovery to another world of learning. It starts with the idea of enhancing your classroom atmosphere in simple yet effective ways, and progresses to things you can do to help your students’ language learning become swifter, deeper and longer-lasting.

by David A. Hill and Andrew Wright Writing Stories is an exciting resource book for teachers working with both teenagers and learners of lower intermediate language level upwards based on the presumption that storytelling is a fundamental part of life and language learning.

Writing Stories

Writing Stories confirms the thinking behind the Resourceful Teacher series that there’s more than one way to recreate the fun and challenge of learning. This book capitalises on the idea that from our earliest moments we learnt from stories. We learnt about life and love, and comedy and tragedy; through stories we learnt not only about our culture and our language, but also we learnt the language itself.

Developing language skills through story making

WRITING STORIES

The activities in Writing Stories are most suited to teenagers, young adults and adults from the lower intermediate level upwards, but they can easily be adapted - like the stories themselves - for younger learners.

ISBN 978-3-85272-055-5

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783852 720555

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IMAGINE THAT!

by Jane Arnold, Herbert Puchta and Mario Rinvolucri Imagine That! explores new ways to enliven your classroom by opening ‘the mind’s eye, ear and heart’ with motivating activities that help your students learn more effectively.

TEACHING GRAMMAR CREATIVELY

by Herbert Puchta, Günter Gerngross and Scott Thornbury A practical new resource book that offers a variety of lessons and activities for everyday use in your English language class. It aims to stimulate the imagination, humour and creativity of your students and increase the effectiveness of grammar practice.

TEACHING CHUNKS OF LANGUAGE

CREATIVE WRITING

LANGUAGE HUNGRY!

ACTIVITIES FOR INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS

by Frank Boers and Seth Lindstromberg Teaching Chunks of Language is a motivating new resource book based on the fundamental assumptions of the so-called lexical (or ‘chunk teaching’) approach. There are activities and techniques in the book for use at all levels.

by Tim Murphey Language Hungry! teaches you how to learn in an effective way while exploiting your brain’s potential. You will learn not to waste time and resources, have more control over your thoughts and increase your fun and success within the classroom.

by Mario Rinvolucri and Christine Frank Creative Writing offers more than 80 inspiring activities to stimulate your students to want to write things down in English. Each lesson is based on ‘real’ writing – writing that conveys a meaningful message, either from the student to him – or herself or to a real recipient.

by Daniel Martín Activities for Interactive Whiteboards contains 95 stimulating activities to use your interactive whiteboard to the full in your English language class.

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TITLES

ISBN

Hooray! Let’s Play! Hooray! Starter British English Version Student’s Book + Audio CD

ISBN

FOR REAL 978-3-85272-444-7

Hooray! Starter British English Version Teacher’s Book + Audio CD + DVD-ROM (with teacher’s notes, photocopiables, editable letters to parents, teacher training video)

978-3-85272-445-4

Hooray! Starter British English Version Interactive Book for Whiteboards

978-3-85272-446-1

Hooray! Starter British English Version Visual Pack (story cards, flashcards, hand puppet)

978-3-85272-534-5

Hooray! Starter American English Version Student’s Book + Audio CD

TITLES

978-3-85272-490-4

For Real Beginner Student’s Pack Student’s Book & Workbook + CD-ROM/Audio CD + LINKS + LINKS Audio CD 978-3-85272-429-4 For Real Beginner Teacher’s Book + 2 Class Audio CDs + Testbuilder CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-431-7

For Real Beginner Interactive Book DVD-ROM

978-3-85272-432-4

For Real Elementary Student’s Pack STARTER + Student’s Book & Workbook + CD-ROM + LINKS + LINKS Audio CD 978-3-85272-235-1 For Real Elementary Teacher’s Book + 3 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-236-8

For Real Elementary Tests & Resources + Testbuilder CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-237-5

For Real Elementary Interactive Book DVD-ROM

978-3-85272-563-5

For Real Pre-Intermediate Student’s Pack STARTER + Student’s Book & Workbook + CD-ROM + LINKS + LINKS Audio CD 978-3-85272-240-5

Hooray! Starter American English Version Teacher’s Book + Audio CD + DVD-ROM (with teacher’s notes, photocopiables, editable letters to parents, teacher training video)

978-3-85272-491-1

For Real Pre-Intermediate Tests & Resources + Testbuilder CD-ROM/Audio CD 978-3-85272-242-9

Hooray! Starter American English Version Interactive Book for Whiteboards

For Real Pre-Intermediate Interactive Book DVD-ROM

978-3-85272-564-2

978-3-85272-447-8

Hooray! Starter American English Version Visual Pack (story cards, flashcards, hand puppet)

For Real Intermediate Student’s Pack Student’s Book & Workbook + CD-ROM + LINKS + LINKS Audio CD

978-3-85272-257-3

978-3-85272-534-5

For Real Intermediate Teacher’s Book + 3 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-258-0

For Real Intermediate Tests & Resources + Testbuilder CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-259-7

For Real Intermediate Interactive Book DVD-ROM

978-3-85272-565-9

For Real Pre-Intermediate Teacher’s Book + 3 Class Audio CDs

Hooray! Let’s play! Level A British English Version Student’s Book + Audio CD

978-3-85272-449-2

Hooray! Let’s play! Level A British English Version Teacher’s Book + 2 Audio CDs + DVD-ROM (with teacher’s notes, photocopiables, editable letters to parents, teacher training video)

978-3-85272-450-8

Hooray! Let’s play! Level A British English Version Interactive Book for Whiteboards

978-3-85272-451-5

Hooray! Let’s play! Level A British English Version Visual Pack (story cards, flashcards, cartoon DVD, hand puppet)

978-3-85272-535-2

Hooray! Let’s play! Level A American English Version Student’s Book + Audio CD Hooray! Let’s play! Level A American English Version Teacher’s Book + 2 Audio CDs + DVD-ROM (with teacher’s notes, photocopiables, editable letters to parents, teacher training video)

978-3-85272-241-2

For Real 2-Part Combo Beginner A Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-434-8

Beginner B Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-435-5

Beginner A Teacher’s Book + 2 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-436-2

Beginner B Teacher’s Book + 2 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-437-9

Elementary A Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD 978-3-85272-375-4 978-3-85272-492-8

Elementary B Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD 978-3-85272-376-1 Elementary A Teacher’s Book + 2 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-377-8

Elementary B Teacher’s Book + 2 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-378-5

978-3-85272-493-5

Hooray! Let’s play! Level A American English Version Interactive Book for Whiteboards

Pre-Intermediate A Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-379-2

978-3-85272-494-2

Hooray! Let’s play! Level A American English Version Visual Pack (story cards, flashcards, cartoon DVD, hand puppet)

Pre-Intermediate B Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-380-8

978-3-85272-535-2

Pre-Intermediate A Teacher’s Book + 2 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-381-5

Pre-Intermediate B Teacher’s Book + 2 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-382-2

Hooray! Let’s play! Level B British English Version Student’s Book + Audio CD

978-3-85272-454-6

Intermediate A Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD 978-3-85272-399-0

Hooray! Let’s play! Level B British English Version Teacher’s Book + 2 Audio CDs + DVD-ROM (with teacher’s notes, photocopiables, editable letters to parents, teacher training video)

978-3-85272-455-3

Hooray! Let’s play! Level B British English Version Interactive Book for Whiteboards

978-3-85272-456-0

Hooray! Let’s play! Level B British English Version Visual Pack (story cards, flashcards, cartoon DVD, hand puppet)

978-3-85272-536-9

Beginner 1 Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-438-6

Hooray! Let’s play! Level B American English Version Student’s Book + Audio CD

Beginner 2 Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-439-3

978-3-85272-495-9

Beginner 3 Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-440-9

Beginner 1 Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-459-1

Beginner 2 Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-460-7

Beginner 3 Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-461-4

Hooray! Let’s play! Level B American English Version Teacher’s Book + 2 Audio CDs + DVD-ROM (with teacher’s notes, photocopiables, editable letters to parents, teacher training video)

Intermediate B Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD 978-3-85272-400-3

978-3-85272-496-6

Hooray! Let’s play! Level B American English Version Interactive Book for Whiteboards

978-3-85272-497-3

Hooray! Let’s play! Level B American English Version Visual Pack (story cards, flashcards, cartoon DVD, hand puppet)

978-3-85272-536-9

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Intermediate A Teacher’s Book + 2 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-401-0

Intermediate B Teacher’s Book + 2 Class Audio CDs

978-3-85272-402-7

For Real 3-Part Combo

Elementary 1A Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD 978-3-85272-403-4 Elementary 1B Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD 978-3-85272-404-1 Elementary 1C Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD 978-3-85272-405-8 Elementary 1A Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-406-5

Elementary 1B Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-407-2

Elementary 1C Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-408-9

Pre-Intermediate 2A Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-409-6

Pre-Intermediate 2B Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-410-2

Pre-Intermediate 2C Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-411-9

Pre-Intermediate 2A Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-412-6

Pre-Intermediate 2B Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-413-3

Pre-Intermediate 2C Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-414-0

Intermediate 3A Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-415-7

Intermediate 3B Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-416-4

Intermediate 3C Student’s Book & Workbook + Links + CD-ROM/Links Audio CD

978-3-85272-417-1

Intermediate 3A Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-418-8

Intermediate 3B Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-419-5

Intermediate 3C Teacher’s Book + 1 Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-420-1

TITLES

ISBN

Get Real

TITLES

ISBN

Top Grammar Plus

1 Student’s Book + CD-ROM

978-3-902504-30-2

Top Grammar Plus Elementary Student’s Book

978-3-85272-566-6

1 Workbook + Audio CD

978-3-902504-33-3

Top Grammar Plus Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book

978-3-85272-567-3

1 Student’s Pack (SB&WB, CD-ROM, Audio CD)

978-3-902504-42-5

Top Grammar Plus Intermediate to Advanced Student’s Book

978-3-85272-568-0

1 Teacher’s Book + 3 Class Audio CDs

978-3-902504-35-7

1 Tests & Resources + Tests Audio CD + Testbuilder CD-ROM

978-3-902504-32-6

Top Grammar

2 Student’s Book + CD-ROM

978-3-902504-34-0

Top Grammar Student’s Book + CD-ROM + Answer Keys

2 Workbook + Audio CD

978-3-902504-31-9

2 Student’s Pack (SB&WB, CD-ROM, Audio CD)

978-3-902504-57-9

Grammar Practice

2 Teacher’s Book + 3 Class Audio CDs

978-3-902504-36-4

Grammar Practice Beginner + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-424-9

2 Tests & Resources + Tests Audio CD + Testbuilder CD-ROM

978-3-902504-37-1

Grammar Practice Elementary + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-425-6

Intermediate Student’s Book + CD-ROM

978-88-95225-10-4

Grammar Practice Pre-Intermediate + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-426-3

Intermediate Workbook + Audio CD

978-88-95225-11-1

Grammar Practice Intermediate + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-427-0

Intermediate Student’s Pack (SB&WB, CD-ROM, Audio CD)

978-88-95225-03-6

Intermediate Teacher’s Book + 3 Class Audio CDs + DVD

978-88-95225-04-3

Top Up your English

Intermediate Tests & Resources + Testbuilder CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-88-95225-05-0

Top Up your English 1 + Audio CD

978-3-85272-397-6

Elementary DVD with Activity Book

978-3-85272-115-6

Top Up your English 2 + Audio CD

978-3-85272-398-3

Pre-Intermediate DVD with Activity Book

978-3-85272-116-3

1 Interactive Book DVD-Rom

978-3-85272-197-2

Grammar Gym

2 Interactive Book DVD-Rom

978-3-85272-198-9

Grammar Gym 1 + Audio CD

978-3-85272-394-5

Intermediate Interactive Book DVD-Rom

978-3-85272-199-6

Grammar Gym 2 + Audio CD

978-3-85272-395-2

Grammar Gym 3 + Audio CD

978-3-85272-396-9

978-3-85272-225-2

Get Real 2-Part Split Edition Elementary A Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-121-7

Get it Right!

Elementary B Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-122-4

Get it Right! Student’s Book 1 + Audio CD 1

978-3-902504-91-3

Pre-Intermediate A Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-123-1

Get it Right! Student’s Book 2 + Audio CD 2

978-3-902504-92-0

Pre-Intermediate B Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-124-8

Intermediate A Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-125-5

Talking Culture

Intermediate B Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-126-2

Talking Culture Student’s Book + CD-ROM

Elementary A Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-127-9

Elementary B Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-128-6

World Around

Pre-Intermediate A Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-129-3

World Around Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD

978-88-95225-06-7

Pre-Intermediate B Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-130-9

World Around Teacher’s Book + Teacher’s Audio CD

978-88-95225-07-4

Intermediate A Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-131-6

Intermediate B Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-132-3

Get Real 3-Part Split Edition 1A Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-064-7

1B Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-065-4

1C Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-066-1

2A Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-067-8

2B Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-068-5

2C Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-069-2

3A Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-070-8

3B Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-071-5

3C Student’s Book + Student’s Audio CD + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-072-2

1A Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-073-9

1B Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-074-6

1C Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-075-3

2A Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-076-0

2B Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-077-7

2C Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-078-4

3A Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-079-1

3B Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-080-7

3C Teacher’s Book + Class Audio CD

978-3-85272-081-4

978-3-902504-90-6

Helbling Essentials Business Essentials + Audio CD

978-3-85272-569-7

Tourism Essentials + Audio CD

978-3-85272-570-3

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TITLES

ISBN

Helbling Young Readers

TITLES

ISBN

Helbling Readers - Blue Series

Can I Play? + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-243-6

Dracula + Audio CD

978-3-85272-302-0

The Beach + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-523-9

The Call of the Wild + Audio CD

978-3-85272-153-8

The Big Fire + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-311-2

The Garden Party and Sixpence + Audio CD

978-3-85272-011-1

A Christmas Present for Barney Bunny + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-244-3

The Last of the Mohicans + Audio CD

978-3-85272-053-1

The Blue Island + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-524-6

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow + Audio CD

978-3-85272-230-6

The Kite + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-312-9

Wuthering Heights + Audio CD

978-3-85272-517-8

Sam and the Sunflower Seeds + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-313-6

Bartleby the Scrivener + Audio CD

978-3-85272-518-5

The Sun is Broken + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-525-3

Daisy Miller + Audio CD

978-3-85272-010-4

The Thirsty Tree + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-245-0

Tales of Mystery + Audio CD

978-3-85272-054-8

Fat Cat’s Busy Day + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-314-3

The Canterville Ghost + Audio CD

978-3-85272-009-8

Henry Harris Hates Haitches + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-246-7

The Great Gatsby + Audio CD

978-3-85272-295-5

Skater Boy + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-526-0

The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde + Audio CD

978-3-85272-152-1

Food for the Winter + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-331-0

To the Lighthouse + Audio CD

978-3-85272-304-4

Lost on the Coast + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-247-4

Operation Osprey + Audio CD

978-3-85272-007-4

Upside Down + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-527-7

The Boy Who Could Fly + Audio CD

978-3-85272-158-3

The Green Room + Audio CD

978-3-85272-327-3

The Kingdom of the Snow Leopard + Audio CD

978-3-85272-006-7

Helbling Readers - Red Series Peter Pan + Audio CD

978-3-85272-299-3

Danger in the Sun + Audio CD

978-3-85272-157-6

The Fisherman and his Soul + Audio CD

978-3-85272-558-1

Mystery at the Mill + Audio CD

978-3-85272-470-6

The Happy Prince and The Nightingale and the Rose + Audio CD

978-3-85272-000-5

Red Water + Audio CD

978-3-85272-008-1

The Hound of the Baskervilles + Audio CD

978-3-85272-156-9

The Coconut Seller + Audio CD

978-3-85272-303-7

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz + Audio CD

978-3-85272-289-4

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland + Audio CD

978-3-85272-232-0

Helbling 101 Resource Series

Black Beauty + Audio CD

978-3-85272-155-2

101 Young Adult Novels

Little Women + Audio CD

978-3-85272-515-4

Mowgli’s Brothers + Audio CD

978-3-85272-051-7

Act & Sing

The Red-headed League + Audio CD

978-3-85272-001-2

Act & Sing 1 + Audio CD 1

978-3-85272-228-3

The Secret Garden + Audio CD

978-3-85272-300-6

Act & Sing 2 + Audio CD 2

978-3-85272-229-0

A Christmas Carol + Audio CD

978-3-85272-052-4

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn + Audio CD

978-3-85272-231-3

The Photocopiable Resource Series

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer + Audio CD

978-3-85272-154-5

Get on Stage! + DVD + Audio CD

978-3-85272-248-1

The Stolen White Elephant + Audio CD

978-3-85272-002-9

Grammar Songs & Raps + 2 Audio CDs/CD-ROM

978-3-85272-423-2

Treasure Island + Audio CD

978-3-85272-516-1

Teaching Young Learners to Think

978-3-85272-428-7

White Fang + Audio CD

978-3-85272-301-3

Traditional Folk Songs + Audio CD

978-3-85272-433-1

A New Home for Socks + Audio CD

978-3-85272-291-7

Next Door + Audio CD

978-3-85272-161-3

The Resourceful Teacher Series

Princess on the Run + Audio CD

978-3-85272-160-6

Activities for Interactive Whiteboards + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-148-4

The Anti-bully Squad + Audio CD

978-3-85272-469-0

Creative Writing

978-3-902504-99-9

The Time Capsule + Audio CD

978-3-85272-283-2

English through Art + CD-ROM

978-3-85272-288-7

Mr Football + Audio CD

978-3-85272-159-0

Imagine That! + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-902504-84-5

Stubs Grows Up + Audio CD

978-3-85272-328-0

Language Hungry!

978-3-902504-78-4

Twins + Audio CD

978-3-85272-293-1

Mind the App!

978-3-85272-556-7

David and the Great Detective + Audio CD

978-3-85272-016-6

Multiple Intelligences in EFL

978-3-902504-25-8

Holly’s New Friend + Audio CD

978-3-85272-334-1

Seeds of Confidence + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-85272-200-9

Jack’s Endless Summer + Audio CD

978-3-85272-572-7

Teaching Chunks of Language

978-3-85272-056-2

Zadie’s Big Day + Audio CD

978-3-85272-118-7

Teaching Grammar Creatively + CD-ROM/Audio CD

978-3-902504-29-6

Grace, Romeo, Juliet and Fred + Audio CD

978-3-85272-574-1

Thinking in the EFL class

978-3-85272-333-4

Holly the Eco Warrior + Audio CD

978-3-902504-41-8

Writing Stories

978-3-85272-055-5

Jack and the Westbourne Fair + Audio CD

978-3-85272-119-4

Ricky’s Big Idea + Audio CD

978-3-85272-335-8

David and the Black Corsair + Audio CD

978-3-85272-336-5

Grace and the Double Life + Audio CD

978-3-85272-120-0

Ricky and the American Girl + Audio CD

978-3-902504-20-3

Zadie’s Last Race + Audio CD

978-3-85272-584-0

Fireball’s Heart + Audio CD

978-3-85272-003-6

The Clever Woman + Audio CD

978-3-85272-027-2

The African Mask + Audio CD

978-3-85272-028-9

The Surprise + Audio CD

978-3-85272-004-3

The Lost Smile + Audio CD

978-3-85272-029-6

The Spring Cup + Audio CD

978-3-85272-005-0

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978-3-85272-571-0

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