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Welcome to the Macmillan Readers Catalogue Everyone loves a good book

Whether you are looking for well-known classical authors, modern-day adventure stories, romantic literature, or biographies, you’ll find a reader to suit you.

Romance

One of the most popular and respected series of simplified readers for learners of English, Macmillan Readers feature: Carefully graded levels from Starter to Upper Intermediate so your students get the right reading material for their ability Extra exercises and Audio CD for selected titles A truly international range of simplified readers with a prestigious list of authors from around the world Free support material: Worksheets, Worksheet Answer Keys, answers to the Points for Understanding comprehension questions, Extra Exercises, Sample Chapters and Sample Audio Author Data Sheets – two-page sheets aimed at teachers and students who want to find more about the writers represented in our list A revised edition of the free teacher’s booklet ‘Using Graded Readers in the Classroom’

History

Detective

Travel

Adventure Biography

Plays

Foster a love of reading and enhance your students’ learning.

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The new Macmillan Readers site is full of resources to support both English language learners and teachers. You’re not alone when you’re reading a Macmillan Reader. There’s a whole world of support available to you on the Readers’ resource site, and it’s all free.

Macmillan eBooks

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A guide to Macmillan resources

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Grading chart for Macmillan Readers

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Macmillan Readers – Starter Level

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Macmillan Readers – Beginner Level

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Macmillan Readers – Elementary Level

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Macmillan Readers – Pre-intermediate Level

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Macmillan Readers website

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Macmillan Readers – Intermediate Level

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Macmillan Readers – Upper Intermediate Level

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Macmillan Literature Collections

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Readers at the movies

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Perfect Reads

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ISBN index

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Macmillan offices & distributors

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Author index

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Title index

Eco-friendly eBooks of many of the Macmillan Readers titles are available to browse and download from www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks For more information, see page 34.

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Common European Framework & Macmillan Readers Starter & Beginner — A1 (Breakthrough) Elementary — A2 (Waystage) Pre-intermediate — A2–B1 (Threshold) Intermediate — B1–B2 (Threshold) Upper Intermediate — B2 (Vantage)

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Guide to Macmillan resources for teenagers, young adults and adults

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Readers Level

CEFR Level

Examinations

Coursebooks

Exam Resources

Starter/Beginner

A1 (ALTE Level 0)

IELTS 0–2

Global Beginner New Inside Out Beginner Inside Out Beginner Straightforward Beginner Reward Starter Inspiration 1 Hotspot 1 Tempo 1 Smash 1 New Inspiration 1 NEW openMind Essentials NEW

YL English Practice Tests Starters NEW YL English Practice Tests Movers NEW

Elementary

A2 (ALTE Level 1)

KET: Key English Test IELTS 3

Global Elementary New Inside Out Elementary Inside Out Elementary Straightforward Elementary Move Elementary Reward Elementary Inspiration 2 Hotspot 2 Tempo 2 Smash 2 Gateway A2 NEW New Inspiration 2 NEW openMind 1 NEW

KET Testbuilder Elementary Language Practice YL English Practice Tests Flyers NEW

Pre-intermediate

B1 (ALTE Level 2)

PET: Preliminary English Test Global Pre-intermediate BEC Preliminary New Inside Out Pre-intermediate IELTS 4 Inside Out Pre-intermediate Straightforward Pre-intermediate Inspiration 3 Hotspot 3 Tempo 3 Smash 3 Gateway B1 NEW OpenMind 2 NEW

Intermediate

B1–B2 FCE: First Certificate in (ALTE Level 2–3) English BEC Vantage IELTS 5

Upper Intermediate

Advanced

Dictionaries

Check Your Vocabulary – PET Vocabulary Practice Series PET Testbuilder Intermediate Language Practice Ready for PET IELTS Foundation

Macmillan Essential Dictionary

Inside Out Intermediate New Inside Out Intermediate Straightforward Intermediate Move Intermediate Reward Intermediate Inspiration 4 Hotspot 4 Smash 4 Global Intermediate NEW Gateway B1+ NEW OpenMind 3 NEW

Code Blue Code Green Vocabulary Practice Series Rising Star Intermediate Rising Star Pre-FCE Laser B1 Laser B1+ IELTS Foundation IELTS Graduation BEC Testbuilders NEW LCCCI Testbuilders NEW

Macmillan Essential Dictionary Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

B2 FCE: First Certificate in (ALTE Level 3–4) English CAE/BEC Higher IELTS 5–6

Inside Out Upper Intermediate New Inside Out Upper Intermediate Straightforward Upper Intermediate Move Upper Intermediate Reward Upper Intermediate Inspiration 4 Global Upper Intermediate NEW Hotspot 5 NEW MasterMind NEW

Ready for IELTS Code Red Check Your Vocabulary – FCE Check Your Vocabulary – IELTS Vocabulary Practice Series Ready for FCE First Certificate Star First Certificate Language Practice FCE Testbuilder First Certificate Passkey Reading Skills for FCE Laser B2 IELTS Graduation IELTS Testbuilder 2

Macmillan Study Dictionary Macmillan Collocations Dictionary Macmillan Essential Dictionary Macmillan English Dictionary Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

C1–C2 (ALTE Level 4–5)

Inside Out Advanced New Inside Out Advanced Straightforward Advanced Reward Advanced Move Advanced

Ready for CAE New Proficiency Passkey IELTS Graduation CAE Testbuilders NEW New Proficiency Testbuilder NEW

Macmillan Collocations Dictionary NEW Macmillan English Dictionary

CAE: Certificate in Advanced English BEC Higher CPE: Certificate of Proficiency in English IELTS 7–8

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Guide to the structural grading of Macmillan Readers Verb Group

Starter

(about 300 key words)

Nominal Group

Adverbials

Adjectives

Sentence Structure

• Present simple • Simple common nouns • Verb + one simple • One adjective before • Sentences of one • Present continuous • Proper nouns adverbial phrase of the noun or in the clause only – • Future with going to manner, place or time predicate subject + verb; subject + complement; subject + verb + object • Simple sentences introduced by There is, There are, It is • Simple questions with yes/ no answers

(about 2,200 key words)

Upper Intermediate

Intermediate

(about 1,600 key words)

Pre-intermediate

(about 1,400 key words)

Elementary

(about 1,100 key words)

Beginner

(about 600 key words)

Occasionally found at • Modal – must — — • Two adjectives • Questions beginning Starter Level and (obligation) before the noun with wh- words frequently at • Modal – can (ability) subsequent levels • Past simple • Nouns in simple • Verb + maximum of • Past continuous apposition two adverbs • Future with will / shall • Two nouns linked • Verb + maximum of • Modal – have to by and two simple adverbial • Catenative verbs – phrases of direction, want to, try to, like to, time or manner hate to, stop, start

• Maximum of two adjectives + noun • Noun + one simple adjectival phrase • Simple comparatives

• Compound sentences with two co-ordinate clauses joined by and, but or or

Occasionally found at • Present perfect • Noun phrase in • Adverbs of frequency — Beginner Level and • Past perfect apposition to a noun – sometimes, never frequently at • See, hear, watch etc. subsequent levels + infinitive or present participle

• Simple passive forms • More extensive use of catenative verbs – like to, decide to, etc. • Infinitives of purpose

• Abstract nouns • Maximum of three adjectives + noun • Two adjectives + adjectival phrase

• Complex sentences – main clause + one subordinate clause • Adverbial clauses of time • Relative clauses

Occasionally found at • Conditional forms Elementary Level and • Modal ­– could (ability) frequently at • Modal – can subsequent levels (permission)

— — • Superlative form of • Adverbial clauses of adjectives + adjectival comparison clause • Adverbial clauses of reason

• Superlative forms of adjectives

• Relative clauses • Two nominal • Adverbial clauses — • Maximum of three with, who, which, that phrases in of purpose – clauses: • Conditional forms co-ordination concession, condition main clause + two would/ could/ might subordinate clauses • Main clause + one co-ordinate clause

• Present perfect • Maximum of three • Verbs + two adverbs + • More complex groups • Complex sentences continuous adjectives + noun adverbial clause modifying a noun – maximum of main • Past perfect continuous + adjectival phrase • Adverbs of duration – clause + two • Future perfect or clause still, just subordinate clauses • Extended use of modals • Adverbial clauses of and conditional forms purpose – might/ may – concession, • Copular use of look, condition feel etc. • Embedded clauses • Future perfect • Noun modifiers • Verb + maximum of — • Complex sentences conditional • Maximum of four two adverbs + two – maximum • Extended verb forms adjectives + noun adverbial clauses of main clause – maximum of three + adjectival phrase + three verbs or clause subordinate clauses

For more information about all our courses and supplementary material, see www.macmillanenglish.com

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A range of classic and contemporary titles specially retold for learners of English. Levels are carefully graded from Starter to Upper Intermediate to help your students choose the right material for their ability. Symbols

  

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1 Audio CD available for MOST titles Note: Starter level CDs contain the recording of three or four Readers Full colour illustrations 300 key words 16 pages Online support

Alissa

Blue Fins

C. J. Moore Human Interest

Sarah Axten Human Interest/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

Alissa is 12 years old when her father sends her to work in the city. Soon she wants to leave her job and go to school. Is it an impossible dream?

College ends, and Rick and Jen join their friends at the beach to swim. Jen doesn’t realise that the new friend she meets will soon save their lives.

16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7788 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 9-13 CD includes: Alissa L. A. Detective Blue Fins

Around the World in Eighty Days starter

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Jules Verne, retold by María José Lobo and Pepità Subirá Adventure/Travel

Jules Verne

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This series provides a wide variety of enjoyable reading material for all learners of English. macmillan readers are retold versions of popular classic and contemporary titles as well as specially written stories, published at six levels.

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Jonathan Swift Henry James

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Gulliver’s Travels in Lilliput Daisy Miller

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Around the World in Daisy Miller Eighty Days Henry James

Jonathan Swift, retold by María José Lobo and Pepità Subirá Adventure

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Phileas Fogg makes a bet with his friends that he can travel around the world in 80 days. This is the wonderful story of Phileas’s adventures as he travels from country to country with his servant Passepartout.

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16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7789 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 10-13 CD includes: Blue Fins L. A. Detective Alissa

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16pp  British English 978 0 2300 2674 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 10-14 Use your Macmillan Essential Dictionary with this book.

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When Gulliver’s ship, The Antelope, sinks in the Far East, he is forced to swim to the strange, miniature land of Lilliput, where he is held a prisoner! In order to escape, Gulliver must befriend and learn the language of the tiny people of Lilliput. 16pp  British English 978 0 2300 2676 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 10-14


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In The Frame

Lucky Number

Polly Sweetnam Travel/Adventure/Thriller/Spy

John Milne Human Interest

Two young friends, Lisa and Alice, are travelling home. During the journey they make friends with a young mother and her children. But Lisa and Alice soon find themselves in the middle of an adventure!

Charlie’s family is poor, so he cannot go to school. He works as a shoeshine boy and dreams of being rich. Then one day, he has a chance to make his dreams come true.

16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7800 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 10+ CD includes: In the Frame Photo Finish Shooting Stars

Recommended for younger readers. 16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7792 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 8+ CD includes: Lucky Number The Lost Ship The Magic Barber

L. A. Detective

The Magic Barber

Philip Prowse Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

John Milne Humour/Adventure/Thriller/Spy

Lenny Samuel, a private investigator from Los Angeles, appears in this series at all five levels. In this story, Lenny must work for a wealthy businessman. Lenny has to pay the ransom for the businessman’s kidnapped daughter. But things go wrong! Follow the exploits of Lenny Samuel through the Macmillan Readers series. 16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7790 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 10+ CD includes: L. A. Detective Alissa Blue Fins

Crossways is a quiet and sleepy town where everyone wears a hat. But everything changes when the Magic Barber comes to town. Recommended for younger readers. 16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7793 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 8-13 CD includes: The Magic Barber Lucky Number The Lost Ship

The Lost Ship

Photo Finish

Stephen Colbourn Mystery/Horror/Ghost

Polly Sweetnam Crime/Detection/Adventure/Thriller/ Spy

In this mystery story, a sea captain and his crew find an empty ship. When the captain goes on board he discovers a dark secret. 16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7791 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 10+ CD includes: The Lost Ship The Magic Barber Lucky Number

When she has to get her passport photos taken for a holiday, Lisa never imagines what the consequences will be of her visit to the photo booth or the mortal danger she is in... 16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7794 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 10+ CD includes: Photo Finish Shooting Stars In the Frame

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Sara Says No!

The Umbrella

Norman Whitney Human Interest

Clare Harris Romance

Everybody in Middletown likes Mr Fruit – everybody except his daughter, Sara. She doesn’t like him because he is dishonest. Can she make him change his ways?

A romantic story of mistaken identity. On a wet day, the purchase of an umbrella leads to a romantic chance encounter. 16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7798 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 10+ CD includes: The Umbrella The Well Ski Race Sara Says No!

16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7795 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 8-13 CD includes: Sara Says No! The Well The Umbrella Ski Race

The Well

Shooting Stars Polly Sweetnam Travel/Adventure/Thriller/Spy

Clare Harris Mystery/Horror/Ghost

This adventure story is a sequel to Photo Finish. Best friends Lisa and Alice start their holiday. They are staying in a pretty hotel and looking forward to enjoying the island. But there is an added excitement. Are the rumours true that a celebrity couple are staying in the hotel next door?

Lia and Jay’s grandmother is old and in poor health. She asks her family to fetch water from the well. But the journey to the well is dangerous. There is smoke and fire. Why does grandmother want water from the well? What will Lia and Jay find there? 16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7799 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 8-13 CD includes: The Well The Umbrella Ski Race Sara Says No!

16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7796 5 Availability: Worldwide Age 10+ CD includes: Shooting Stars In the Frame Photo Finish

Worksheet

STARTER LEVEL

Ski Race Eleanor Jupp Human Interest/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy Rebecca, Sue, Mark and David are on a skiing holiday in the mountains. It is going to be a funfilled week with a skiing competition on the last day. Who will win? Recommended for younger readers. 16pp  British English 978 1 4050 7797 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 8-13 CD includes: Ski Race Sara Says No! The Well The Umbrella

The Well CLARE HARRIS A Before Reading 1 Match the words with the pictures below. bucket

(a) soldier

well

(b) _________

volcano

soldier

(c) _________ (d)_________

tap

rope

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(f) _________

2 a Match the words on the left with the words on the right. mother water well volcano soldier oranges sickness lunch farm boys

gang tree bucket checkpoint daughter cure fire and smoke bread and sausage tap animals

b Write one of the words above in the gaps below. 1. Every mother has a son or a daughter. 2. Fire and ______________ are coming from the ______________. 3. ______________ comes from a Well and a ______________. 4. The ______________ is guarding the ______________. 5. He wants to eat some ______________. He is pulling them from the ______________. 6. The ______________ of ______________ are running away from a dog. 7. There is a ______________ with a rope in the ______________. 8. The farmer looks after the ______________ on the ______________. 9. I had ______________ and sausages for______________. 10. Tell me doctor is there a ______________ for my ______________?

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Beautifully illustrated throughout

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain, retold by F. H. Cornish Human Interest/ Humour/Crime/ Detection/Adventure/Thriller/Spy It is 1845 and Huck has made up his mind to leave the little town of Hannibal. When his violent father holds him captive, Huck knows that he has to leave quickly and secretly. And so Huck begins his journey down the Mississippi River on a log raft, in the company of another runaway – the slave Jim. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7234 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mark Twain, retold by F. H. Cornish Human Interest/Humour/ Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy ‘Tom was very unhappy. He was in trouble, he was going to run away forever. “Nobody loves me! I’m leaving home...”’

Background information notes

Billy Budd Herman Melville, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy Summer 1797, and the officers of the British Navy fear a mutiny among its sailors. Billy Budd is handsome, strong, reliable, efficient and loyal. But he is victimised by Claggart, the vindictive and cruel master-at-arms. This tragic tale, by one of the most popular American novelists of his day, was made into an opera and a film. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7227 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

The Black Tulip Alexandre Dumas, retold by Florence Bell Human Interest/Adventure/Thriller/ Spy A romance set in Holland in 1672. Young Cornelius Van Baerle has found the secret of growing a black tulip.

A story of the humorous adventures of a young orphan boy who lives beside the great Mississippi River in 1844.

He will soon claim the prize offered to the first person to produce black flowers. But Cornelius has a jealous neighbour, and this man becomes a dangerous enemy.

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7608 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7228 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 13+

Anna and the Fighter

Dangerous Journey

Elizabeth Laird Human Interest/Romance

Alwyn Cox Adventure/Thriller/Spy

Anna is making her first trip alone by train, to visit her aunt. She is nervous and excited. The journey is long and tiring and she falls asleep. She wakes up to find that she has missed her station and that she is sharing the train compartment with a dangerouslooking man.

Four members of a geological team are trapped in a forest and delayed by heavy rains. The only way back to base camp is closed because a river has destroyed the bridge. Although he will not admit it, Leon, the boss, starts to lose control of the situation.

32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7610 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7612 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

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Good Wives

The House on the Hill

Louisa M. Alcott, retold by Anne Collins Human Interest/Romance

Elizabeth Laird Human Interest/Romance

The sequel to Little Women, the story of the March sisters has been popular for over 100 years. Meg is engaged to be married to John Brooke. Laurie Lawrence, their neighbour, disappointed after being refused by the spirited Jo, goes to Europe with his grandfather and meets up again with the youngest sister, Amy. Meanwhile, Jo pursues a career as a writer in New York. She, too, is looking for happiness, but returns to her home when she learns that her beloved sister, Beth, is dangerously ill.

Paul realises that he will never be able to marry Maria if he remains poor. When he wins first prize in a story competition, he becomes convinced that he will soon have everything he wants. 32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7614 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7230 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

Hawk-eye, the Pathfinder James Fenimore Cooper, retold by T. P. Yatt Human Interest/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy This exciting adventure, set in 1757, is the sequel to The Last of the Mohicans, also available in the Macmillan Readers series. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7231 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

Jane Eyre Charlotte Brontë, retold by Florence Bell Human Interest/Mystery/Horror/ Ghost/Romance ‘Some hours later, I woke up. A terrible cry had woken me... “Help! Help! Rochester, help me!”’ A classic love story which was first published in 1847. Numerous plays, films and television adaptations have been made of this great novel. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7616 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

The House in the Picture and Abbott Thomas’ Treasure M. R. James, retold by F. H. Cornish Short Stories/Human Interest/ Crime/Detection Two quiet scholars have terrible surprises in this pair of classic 19th-century horror stories. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7232 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 13+

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L. A. Raid Philip Prowse Humour/Crime/Detection Private investigator Lenny Samuel is in work again. Lenny is hired to discover the identity of the robber who raids banks wearing a duck mask, but he ends up looking the fool himself. Will the police send him to jail as a member of the gang? Or will they believe he is innocent? 32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7236 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+


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The Last Leaf and Other Stories O. Henry, retold by Katherine Mattock Human Interest/Short Stories/ Humour/ Romance/Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy North America — 1898-1910. Five stories with unusual endings. They are about criminals and crimes, detectives and their investigations, lovers and their hopes. The Last Leaf, The Good Burglar, A Lesson in Love, The Jeweller’s Wife and The Car is Waiting.

The Long Tunnel John Milne Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy Three university students decide to go on holiday together in Wales. They stay in a remote cottage without electricity or a telephone. But who is the bearded man? And does he have other plans for the cottage? 32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7622 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 13+

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7237 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

The Last of the Mohicans

Lorna Doone

James Fenimore Cooper, retold by John Escott Human Interest/Romance/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy

R. D. Blackmore, retold by John Escott Human Interest/Romance/ Crime/Detection

A classic romantic adventure set in North America in the 1750s.

A romantic adventure story set in south-west England in the 1600s.

The armies of France and England are fighting. Indian tribes are fighting for each army. The Hurons are with the French, and the Mohawks and the Mohicans are with the English.

This much-loved British classic has been enjoyed by each generation of readers.

This is the story of the scout, Hawk-eye, and his two Indian friends – the last of the Mohicans.

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7241 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7618 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

Little Women Louisa M. Alcott, retold by Anne Collins Human Interest/Romance The story of four sisters growing up in Massachusetts, USA during the American Civil War. Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy March live with their mother in a small town. Their father is away fighting with the Union army. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7620 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

The Man in the Iron Mask Alexandre Dumas, retold by John Escott Romance/Adventure/Thriller/Spy A classic adventure story set in 17th-century France. Young Louis XIV begins his reign. His Chief Minister of Finance invites the king to his beautiful house at Vaux. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7624 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

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Marco Mike Esplen Human Interest/Adventure/Thriller/ Spy Marco is young and bored. He dislikes working on his father’s farm, picking and packing boxes of peaches all day in the hot sun. He wants freedom, money and excitement. One weekend, he decides to leave home. He takes a train to the city, but he is not prepared for what he finds there. 32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7626 5 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

Newspaper Boy John Escott Short Stories/Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy Two adventure stories about a newspaper delivery boy who wants to be a detective. Alarm! – Toby stops a gang of thieves from breaking into an electronics factory. The Cutting – Toby is convinced that the new occupant of 17 Ash Avenue is an escaped bank robber. Recommended for younger readers. 32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7245 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

The Mill on the Floss

Northanger Abbey

George Eliot, retold by Florence Bell Human Interest/Romance

Jane Austen, retold by Florence Bell Human Interest/Romance

Love and family duty form the central themes of this classic, tragic tale by one of Britain’s finest novelists.

Jane Austen’s light-hearted and witty novel is the story of a pretty young woman who is looking for a rich and handsome husband!

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7628 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

Money for a Motorbike John Milne Human Interest/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy Stuart is 17 years old and lives in Leeds. He has left school but he has no job and no money. He wants the motorbike that his friend, Martin, is selling. How will he get the money to buy Martin’s bike? 32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7630 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7632 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

The Phantom of the Opera Gaston Leroux, translated and retold by Stephen Colbourn Mystery/Horror/Ghost/Romance The singers and dancers at the Opera House are frightened. They have seen a stranger behind the stage – a man in a mask. This story has been the basis of many films and plays, as well as a world-famous musical. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7634 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 13+

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Picture Puzzle

Rich Man, Poor Man

John Escott Romance/Adventure/Thriller/Spy

T. C. Jupp Human Interest

Who is the running girl who pushes a cassette of film into Pete’s hand in the shopping mall? Puzzled and curious, Pete takes the film to be developed and the mystery deepens.

Old Adam gets a surprise gift. His son, who is working in England, sends him a money order. Adam wants to use the gift to give a party. But when he tries to cash the money order, he experiences many problems.

32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7248 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

Princess Diana Anne Collins History/Romance/Human Interest A sympathetic and informative description of the life of Britain’s most famous princess. The marriage of Lady Diana Spencer to Prince Charles was watched by millions of people around the world. But their fairy-tale marriage was not to last and Diana’s life would be cut short by a terrible car crash. Includes photographs and details of Diana’s favourite charities. 64pp  British English 978 0 2307 1653 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

The Prisoner of Zenda Anthony Hope, retold by Stephen Colbourn Romance/Adventure/Thriller/Spy A romantic thriller set in a fictional European country in the 1890s. A case of mistaken identity leads to intrigue and romance. Prince Rudolph has disappeared. Where is he? What does his br0ther Black Michael know? Can an Englishman save Ruritania?

32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7636 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 13+

The Signalman and The Ghost at the Trial Charles Dickens, retold by F. H. Cornish Short Stories/Mystery/ Horror/Ghost These two chilling short stories show Dickens to be a masterful writer of the mid-19th century ghost story. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7249 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 13+ Signalman Only

A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens, retold by Stephen Colbourn Human Interest/Romance/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy A romantic tragedy set against the background of the French Revolution. The story has been the source of a number of film adaptations. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7606 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7250 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

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This is London

The Truth Machine

Philip Prowse Travel/Background

Norman Whitney Human Interest/Mystery/Horror/ Ghost/Science Fiction/Fantasy

A guide to London past and present. From markets and shops, architecture and sightseeing to restaurants and nightlife. Illustrated with photographs, maps and up-todate advice and information.

Professor Verity invents a machine which makes its subjects tell the truth. Soon the professor has many clients who wish to use the amazing new invention. 32pp  British English 978 1 4050 7254 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 13+

40pp  British English 978 1 4050 8711 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

The Three Musketeers

Washington Square

Alexandre Dumas, retold by Nicholas Murgatroyd Adventure/Romance/History

Henry James, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Romance

D’Artagnan wants to become a King’s musketeer. But before he can have the job he must meet many challenges and prove that he is a strong and brave fighter. Can he protect the Queen from the Cardinal’s evil plans? And will he be able to stop the beautiful Milady from murdering the Duke of Buckingham?

Catherine Sloper lives with her father and her aunt in Washington Square. She is plain and uninteresting. But one day she will be rich. Catherine falls in love with a handsome young man. But does Morris Townsend want Catherine? Or does he want her money? 64pp British English 978 1 4050 7255 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 13+

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Thomas Hardy

Thomas Hardy, retold by John Escott Human Interest/Romance

The author and his work subjects, including Latin and Mathematics. He read as many books as he could, and he became very interested in History. When he was sixteen, Thomas left school and started to work for an architect – a man who designed new buildings and planned ways to repair old ones. Thomas loved drawing and he did it well. In 1862, Thomas moved to London. He got a job in the office of a famous architect called Arthur Blomfield. Blomfield’s office was full of interesting and well-educated young men, and Hardy enjoyed the time that he spent there. He often went to the theatre and to art exhibitions, and he went on reading as much as he could. Soon he began to write poetry, although none of it was published at this time.

64pp British English 978 1 4050 7253 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 13+

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A romantic classic set during the Napoleonic Wars. Who should Anne choose to marry: a rich man, a soldier or a sailor? T

homas Hardy, the English novelist and poet, was born on 2nd June 1840, in the small village of Higher Bockhampton. The village is in the county of Dorset, in the southwest of England. The Hardy family was poor, but Thomas’s parents were interesting and intelligent people. Thomas’s father was a builder and stonemason – he cut and shaped pieces of stone for building. And he was a good musician. Jemima Hands, Thomas’s mother, had been a servant before her marriage, but she loved reading and she owned many books. Thomas was the first child, but later he had a brother and two sisters. The Hardy and Hands families had lived in the Higher Bockhampton area for a very long time, so Thomas grew up with many close relatives nearby, and he knew them all well. Although Thomas’s parents were ordinary working people and they didn’t have much money, they wanted their children to be well educated. Thomas’s father taught his son to play the violin and his mother told Thomas many strange stories about the people of Dorset. Thomas’s first school was in Higher Bockhampton, but in 1849 he was sent to school in Dorchester, the nearest town. This school was a good one and Thomas learnt about many

In 1867, Thomas decided to return to Dorchester. He still worked as an architect’s assistant, but by now he knew that he wanted to be a writer. He wrote a novel, but he could not get it published. This did not stop Thomas writing, and soon he was working on a second novel. In 1870, Thomas was sent to the village of St Juliot in north Cornwall, in the far west of England. The old church in the village was in very bad condition. Thomas’s job was to make drawings of it and find out if the church could be repaired or rebuilt. This visit to Cornwall changed Thomas’s life completely, because he fell in love there. The lady he fell in love with was the sister-in-law of the clergyman at the church. Her name was Emma Lavinia Gifford, and she had fair hair and blue eyes. Thomas had often been in love with pretty women, though never for very long. But Emma was different from anybody he had known before. She, too, loved poetry and novels, and she also wanted to be a writer. Hardy the novelist Emma encouraged Thomas to go on writing novels, and in 1871 one of them was published. It was called Desperate Remedies. It was not very popular and Thomas didn’t earn much money from it. But his next book, Under the Greenwood Tree, was more successful. It is a story about working people in Dorset at the time of Thomas’s own father and grandfather. It is unusual THOMAS HARDY

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The Black Cat

Claws

John Milne Human Interest/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

John Landon Mystery/Horror/Ghost/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy

An action-packed detective story.

‘“Those claws have killed four of my friends,” said a voice.’

Salahadin El Nur is an inspector in the Antiquities Department of the Egyptian police. After the death of a European archaeologist, Salahadin looks for a priceless statuette. He is soon on the trail of a gang of international smugglers.

Larry applies for a job as a cook on an trip to search the mountains of northern Afghanistan for the fearsome Toruk. At the interview, Larry has doubts. But he loves mountains, and he needs a job.

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7638 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7259 5 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

The Canterville Ghost and Other Stories

Don’t Tell Me What To Do

Oscar Wilde, retold by Stephen Colbourn Short Stories/Humour/Mystery/ Horror/Ghost/Crime/Detection Three short stories by one of the most popular writers of the 19th century: The Canterville Ghost, The Model Millionaire and Lord Arthur Saville’s Crime. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7640 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

Michael Hardcastle, retold by Philip King Romance/Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy Tom is given a lift in a car by a middleaged man and an attractive young girl. The man says he needs someone small and strong to recover diamonds from a sunken ship. Tom is attracted to the girl and the job. But one man has already died trying to get the diamonds out of the wreck. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7264 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 14-16

A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens, retold by F. H. Cornish Mystery/Horror/Ghost ‘“I don’t have a merry Christmas,” said Scrooge. “Christmas is nonsense. It’s humbug! I don’t believe in Christmas. I’m not giving money to anyone else so they can have a merry Christmas.”’ A retelling of Dickens’s famous story of the transformation of the cold-hearted miser, Ebenezer Scrooge.

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson, retold by Stephen Colbourn Mystery/Horror/Ghost Dr Jekyll’s scientific investigations are detached and professional. He wants to explore his own character through study and experimentation. But soon he finds himself under the control of a darker, evil, driving force. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7265 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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The Escape and Other Stories W. Somerset Maugham, retold by John Davey Short Stories/Human Interest/ Romance/Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy Four amusing 20th-century short stories: The Escape, Louise, The Ant and the Grasshopper and The Fall of Edward Barnard. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7266 3 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 15+

Frankenstein Mary Shelley, retold by Margaret Tarner Mystery/Horror/Ghost ‘The lightning was all around me. I looked at the huge body. The silver light reached the hands, the feet and the head. For a moment everything was quiet. Was it moving? No, yes! An arm moved and then a leg. Then I heard breathing. Yes, the man was breathing. He was alive!’ 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7650 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

The Hound of the Baskervilles Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, retold by Stephen Colbourn Mystery/Horror/Ghost/Crime/Detection ‘I looked at the ground where Sir Charles had walked... There were footprints on the ground. They were not the footprints of a man. They were the footprints of a giant hound.’ ­ herlock Holmes and Dr Watson travel to S Dartmoor to investigate the strange death of Sir Charles Baskerville. Is there really a curse on the family? And is there really a huge dog living on the moor, destroying the Baskervilles one by one? 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7652 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

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L. A. Winners Philip Prowse Humour/Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy Lenny Samuel is hired to find a retired champion racehorse. The private eye thinks that he is going to enjoy this job. After all, what could be easier? All he has to do is to hang around California’s racetracks, ask a few questions and then report back to his very pretty client. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7697 5 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

The Legends of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle Washington Irving, retold by Anne Collins Short Stories/Mystery/Horror/ Ghost/ Human Interest/Romance Two dark comedies with ghost/ mystery themes which are set around the period of the American War of Independence. 64pp  American English 978 1 4050 7654 8 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines. Age 14+

The Lost World Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, retold by Anne Collins Human Interest/Adventure/ Thriller/ Spy/Science Fiction/Fantasy ‘“You have found a place which no one knows about – a lost world. A world where creatures from the past still live.”’ Ed Malone – a young newspaper reporter – joins a team of explorers, led by the eccentric Professor Challenger. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7271 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+


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Love by Design

The Mark of Zorro

Kieran McGovern Romance/Crime/Detection

Johnston McCulley, retold by Anne Collins Humour/Western/Romance/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy

Tom has failed his exams, so he cannot study photography at art college. He is bored with his job in a library and he doesn’t know what he wants to do. Rita knows what she wants to do – she wants to be a fashion model. When she steps into Tom’s library one rainy day, the young couple’s futures become linked.

This classic adventure comedy has become the basis for short stories, feature films, highly-popular television series and animated cartoons, all featuring the people’s hero with the flashing sword – Zorro! 64pp  American English 978 1 4050 7699 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

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Owl Hall

Follow Kara’s secret blog and podcasts when she goes on holiday with her family to the ghostly Owl Hall. Then follow the video tour and experience the house for yourself! Kara: Mum doesn’t know about this blog. If she knew, she’d kill me. After the incident at home she doesn’t let me use the web or my phone or iPod. And I can’t see my friends. That’s why we’re here at Owl Hall. I think this place is like one of those big old houses from a scary movie. When I told mum, she said “Yes, but you love scary movies”. That’s true, but it doesn’t mean I want to LIVE in one! The blog and podcasts will appear on onestopenglish.com fortnightly in September leading to publication of the pre-intermediate level Macmillan Reader Owl Hall in January 2012.

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The Phantom Airman Allan Frewin Jones, retold by Margaret Tarner Mystery/Horror/Ghost/Crime/Detection ‘“This is a sad place!” Jack said. “Something terrible happened here once.”’ Four teenage friends – Frankie, Regan, Tom and Jack – are working together on a project for their school’s archaeology club. An old Second World War airfield is their subject but their research takes on a new dimension when the kids are haunted by the ghost of a fighter pilot who died in mysterious circumstances.

The Princess Diaries 2 Meg Cabot, retold by Anne Collins Human Interest/Humour/Romance As if the fact that her mother is marrying her algebra teacher isn’t bad enough, Mia then manages to announce the engagement on live television. Soon Mia’s mother and her fiancé go missing… And to add to her problems, Mia finds herself falling in love with her best friend’s brother, Michael. 64pp  American English  978 1 4050 8066 8 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 13-16

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7656 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 14-16

The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Promise

Oscar Wilde, retold by F. H. Cornish Mystery/Horror/Ghost/Crime/Detection

R. L. Scott-Buccleuch Human Interest/Romance

Basil Hallward has painted a picture of a young man he admires – Dorian Gray. Dorian is angry because he will grow old and the picture will stay the same. He wishes that the picture would age instead of him. He buys the picture and hides it. The years pass and Dorian never seems to age. But his wish has tragic consequences for many people.

Pedro and Maria Moreira live in Brazil. When their son, Palito, is born, an old woman predicts that he will make them rich and happy. Palito shows a brilliant talent for playing football. He goes to play for one of the top clubs in Brazil and becomes wealthy and famous. But a problem in his legs, combined with an accident, almost ends his career in football for ever.

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7658 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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The Princess Diaries 1

The Quest

Meg Cabot, retold by Anne Collins Human Interest/Humour/Romance

Mandy Loader Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

Mia Thermopolis lives with her mother in New York City. One day her life changes forever as she discovers that she is the Princess of Genovia. But Mia doesn’t want to be a princess or live in Europe. She wants to be a normal teenage girl.

John Morgan joins a marine archeologist to search for wrecks of 16th-century Chinese ships which lie deep under water in the Gulf of Thailand.

A popular film was made from this story (and the sequel Princess Diaries 2) in 2001. 64pp  American English 978 1 4050 8064 4 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 13-16

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A local fisherman brings a piece of rare porcelain to the boat. Later, the two friends are horrified when they find his body floating in the harbour... 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7283 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+


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Room 13 and Other Ghost Stories M. R. James, retold by Stephen Colbourn Short Stories/Mystery/Horror/ Ghost/Crime/Detection Five short stories – Room 13, The Whistle, The Message of Death, The Maze and The Lost Crowns of Anglia – that should appeal to anyone who has enjoyed the other ghost/horror titles in the series. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7660 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

The Stranger Norman Whitney Mystery/Horror/Ghost/ Romance A dark and handsome stranger opens a shop in the quiet village of Woodend. Anna begins to wonder about the visitors who come to Dave Slatin’s shop. What do they buy and what exactly is behind the door marked Special Orders Only? At first, Anna finds Dave exciting and attractive but soon she becomes very frightened. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7662 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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Seven Stories of Mystery and Horror Edgar Allan Poe, retold by Stephen Colbourn Short Stories/Mystery/Horror/Ghost Seven intriguing stories by one of the most famous and gifted writers of 19th-century American literature. 80pp  American English  978 1 4050 7535 0 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines. Age 15+

Silver Blaze and Other Stories Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, retold by Anne Collins Short Stories/Crime/Detection Sherlock Holmes and his assistant, Dr Watson, solve the strange cases of The Blue Carbuncle, The Silver Blaze and The Six Napoleons. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7279 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

Tales of Horror Bram Stoker, retold by John Davey Short Stories/ Mystery/Horror/ Ghost Three tales by one of the masters of horror-story writing: The Judge’s House, The Iron Maiden and The Return of Abel Behena. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7664 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

Tales of Ten Worlds Arthur C. Clarke, retold by Helen Reid-Thomas Short Stories/ Science Fiction/ Fantasy ‘I work in a space station. From my office, I can see the Earth twenty thousand miles away. It floats in space like a big green and blue ball.’ Arthur C. Clarke tells ten strange science fiction stories. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7282 3 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines. Age 15+

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Twelve-year-old Jim Hawkins sails with Squire Trelawney, Dr Livesey and Captain Smollett on the Hispaniola to search for Captain Flint’s treasure. But Long John Silver is on board too, and he and his friends want the treasure for themselves.

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Jack London, retold by Rachel Bladon Adventure/Nature/Human Interest White Fang; half dog, half wolf, is raised in the wild but soon becomes the property of Gray Beaver, a Yukon Indian. Knowing only the cruelty of man and the violence of nature, White Fang becomes the most savage and wild of dogs, until he is rescued by kindness.

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Unquiet Graves Allan Frewin Jones, retold by Margaret Tarner Mystery/Horror/Ghost/Crime/ Detection A ghost/mystery story featuring the teenagers Regan, Frankie, Tom and Jack, whose first adventure was described in The Phantom Airman. The four friends join an archaeological dig in south-eastern England. As they find out more about the history of the manor house and the local village, they begin to worry about Frankie’s increasingly strange behaviour. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7666 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 14-16

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The Woman in Black Susan Hill, retold by Margaret Tarner Mystery/Horror/Ghost/Romance A retold version of a gripping ghost story set in a lonely house on a bleak and foggy marshland. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7701 9 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies.  Age 15+


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Call of the Wild Jack London, retold by Rachel Bladon Adventure/Nature/Human Interest A companion piece to White Fang, The Call of the Wild is the story of Buck, who starts life as a domestic dog loyal to the ways of man, but is suddenly stolen and sold to gold prospectors and a world that is entirely foreign to him. In this new – and hard – life, Buck’s natural wild dog’s instincts are awakened to the call of the wild.

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Selected Stories by D. H. Lawrence retold by Anne Collins Romance/Human Interest Four stories by one of the greatest writers of 20th-century English literature. Recommended for older readers. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 8735 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

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Casino Royale Ian Fleming, retold by John Escott Adventure/Thriller/Spy When Bond defeats Le Chiffre, a powerful Russian agent, in a game of cards, he believes his mission is over. But Le Chiffre has other ideas. 88pp  British English 978 1 4050 8744 5 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

Diamonds are Forever Ian Fleming, retold by John Escott Adventure/Romance/Thriller In Diamonds are Forever, Bond is sent to investigate a dangerous diamond smuggling gang which is run by the American mafia. The story begins in Africa, moves to London and ends in Las Vegas. There Bond and the beautiful Tiffany Case must escape the fury of the gang’s leaders, the evil Spang brothers. Recommended for older readers. 96pp  British English 978 0 2307 1662 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

Daisy Miller Henry James, retold by Rachel Bladon Human Interest/Romance/History A masterpiece by the great American realist Henry James. Daisy Miller is the story of an innocent girl’s search for love and recognition in a society where respectable behaviour counts for everything. 88pp  American English 978 1 4050 8407 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

Far from the Madding Crowd Thomas Hardy, retold by John Escott Romance/History/Human Interest One of Thomas Hardy’s greatest novels, Far from the Madding Crowd tells the story of the life and loves of the brave and beautiful Bathsheba Everdene. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 8709 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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Rachel Bladon History/Romance/Human Interest Mohandas Gandhi was one of the most influential leaders and civil rights campaigners that the world has ever known. This biography tells the story of Gandhi’s life and achievements. 88pp British English 978 0 2304 0869 2 Availability: Worldwide

Kick-off! The Story of Football Patrick Adams Sport/History/Human Interest The history of football is as fascinating and exciting as the game itself. In this Macmillan Reader, Patrick Adams describes football from its humble (and sometimes violent) beginnings in Central and South America, and its emergence on the streets of 19th century England as a recognised game, to the international stadiums, big business and multi-million pound players of today. 96pp  British English 978 0 2304 0050 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 12+

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When Heidi goes to live with her badtempered grandfather, Uncle Alp, in his hut on the mountain, everyone thinks that her stay will make them both unhappy. But Heidi soon grows to love her new life. Then her aunt Detie arrives and insists that Heidi must go to live with a family in Frankfurt. Heidi and her grandfather are heartbroken. Will Heidi ever return to the mountain? 86pp  British English 978 0 2300 2679 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 12-16

I, Robot Isaac Asimov, retold by Tricia Reilly Science fiction/Thriller ‘1 A robot must not harm a human. And it must not allow a human to be harmed. 2 A robot must obey a human’s order, unless that order conflicts with the First Law. 3 A robot must protect itself, unless this protection conflicts with the First or Second Laws Handbook of Robotics, 2058 A.D.’

Isaac Asimov’s classic collection of stories about a society where humans and robots live and work together on earth and in outer space, is both disturbing and prophetic. 96pp  American English 978 0 2300 2682 7 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines. Age 12+

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Michael Jackson: The King of Pop Carl W Hart Music/History/Human Interest Michael Jackson changed the face of modern rock music and dance. Over 20 years after it was first produced, Thriller remains the best-selling album of all time. This Macmillan Biography looks at Jackson’s early life from his emergence as a child star with the Jackson 5 to the height of his career as international – and controversial – superstar. 88pp  American English 978 0 2304 0629 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

A Midsummer Night’s Dream William Shakespeare, retold by Rachel Bladon Romance/Humour William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy about love and marriage. When four young lovers get lost in the forest, the fairies that live there play jokes on them – turning love into hate and hate into love. A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays. This Macmillan Reader is written as a playscript and includes original extracts. 80pp  British English 978 1 4050 8727 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+


Nelson Mandela was born in a remote African village but went on to become the most influential African leader in history. This Macmillan Reader charts Mandela’s journey from childhood to ANC activist. It goes on to describe his release after 27 years’ imprisonment by the South African government, his role in ending Apartheid and his eventual inauguration as the first black president of South Africa.

The classic folk tale of Robin Hood and his band of merry men, who rob from the rich to give to the poor. 88pp  British English 978 1 4050 8723 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 14-16

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Jane Austen’s famous story of Anne Elliot’s love for a handsome but poor young naval officer, Frederick Wentworth, whom her parents forbid her to marry. Seven years later, Anne meets Wentworth again to find he has become a successful and wealthy naval captain. Anne still has feelings for Wentworth, but he is angry at her rejection of him... and possibly in love with another woman…

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The young Robinson Crusoe ignores his father’s advice and decides to become a sailor. But Crusoe is soon caught up in violent storms and finds himself shipwrecked on a remote island where he must live for the next 28 years.

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William Shakespeare, retold by Rachel Bladon Romance/Human Interest/History Shakespeare’s story of the tragic lovers Romeo and Juliet is as relevant and popular now as it was over 400 years ago. This Macmillan Reader is written as a playscript and includes original extracts. 88pp  British English 978 1 4050 8730 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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Mary Lennox arrives from India to live with her uncle in Yorkshire. She is lonely and unwanted. Left alone, she has nothing to do but explore the large house and its grounds. Then one day, she finds a secret garden. For the first time Mary has something to care for, and as the garden begins to flourish, no 0ne’s life is left untouched.

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Anne Brontë, retold by Margaret Tarner Romance/Human Interest When the mysterious Helen Graham and her son move to Wildfell Hall, it sets her neighbours talking. Who exactly is Helen Graham, and why does she keep her past a secret? Recommended for older readers. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 8738 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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Ruth Rendell, retold by John Escott Crime/Detection/Mystery/Thriller

L. Frank Baum, retold by Margaret Tarner Adventure/Mystery

The murder of Angela Hathall was extremely well planned. The only clue left was a single fingerprint with an L-shaped scar. The detective in charge, Reg Wexford, suspects that Angela’s husband Robert Hathall killed his wife. But one question troubles Wexford most of all. Who is the mysterious woman Wexford is sure Hathall is seeing? Does she have an L-shaped scar on her finger?

L. Frank Baum’s classic story of Dorothy's adventures in the land of Oz.

96pp  British English 978 0 2307 3213 1 Availability: Worldwide, ex US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines  Age 14+

The Treasure of Monte Cristo Alexandre Dumas, retold by John Escott Adventure/Mystery The tale of the imprisonment and escape of Edward Dantes, taken from the classic novel The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas.

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Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason

“A” is for Alibi Sue Grafton, retold by John Escott Crime/Detection/Adventure/Thriller/Spy

Helen Fielding, retold by Anne Collins Romance/Humour/Human Interest

Kinsey Millhone, a twice-divorced, independent 32-year-old private detective, lives and works in southern California.

It’s a new year and Bridget has a boyfriend at last; the handsome and successful lawyer, Mark Darcy! But soon the beautiful – and determined – Rebecca appears on the scene to steal Mark away. Heartbroken and confused, Bridget decides to go on holiday to Thailand with her friend Shazzer. There Bridget’s problems only get worse.

Recently released from an eight-year jail sentence for the murder of her husband, Nikki Fife asks the detective to prove her innocence and find the real murderer. Recommended for older readers.

Recommended for older readers.

112pp  American English 978 1 4050 7287 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

112pp  British English 978 0 2304 0023 8 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines  Age 16+

Bristol Murder

“B” is for Burglar

Philip Prowse Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

Sue Grafton, retold by John Escott Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

Peter, a long distance lorry driver, gives a lift to a 16-year-old hitchhiker outside Bristol. As they talk, Peter discovers that John has run away from home after a violent row with his uncle. The police are searching for John. His uncle has been found dead and the police want to question the boy.

Another exciting mystery by one of America’s most popular and successful novelists. Kinsey Millhone’s latest case takes her from Florida to her home town of Santa Teresa in California, on the trail of a missing woman. Recommended for older readers.

80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7670 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

96pp  American English 978 1 4050 7289 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

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David Copperfield

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When David Copperfield’s father dies, his mother is forced to marry Edward Murdstone, a cruel and domineering man. David’s early life is one of poverty and hardship. Finally the young boy runs away to Dover and takes refuge with a lost aunt. David goes on to make many friends and finds great success, but he must endure much suffering and loss along the way. 112pp  British English 978 0 2300 2675 9 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+


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Down Second Avenue

Emma

Ezekiel Mphahlele, retold by F. H. Cornish History/Politics/Human Interest

Jane Austen, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Romance

The story of Eseki, a young boy who, during his growth into adulthood, becomes slowly aware of the injustices, poverty and fear which are a normal part of life for black people in South Africa.

One of Jane Austen’s finest works, Emma is the story of a wealthy and beautiful girl whose favourite hobby is matchmaking. But when she tries to bring her friend Harriet together with Mr Elton, a young widower, the results are disastrous.

120pp British English 978 0 2304 0867 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

Dracula Bram Stoker, retold by Margaret Tarner Mystery/Horror/Ghost

128pp  British English 978 1 4050 7454 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

The Enchanted April Elizabeth von Arnim, retold by Margaret Tarner Travel/Human Interest/Romance

‘“Welcome to my house,” he said. “Enter Castle Dracula, Mr. Harker.” As I stepped inside, Count Dracula took hold of my arm. He was terribly strong and his hand was as cold as ice.’

Unhappy and restless in rain-soaked London, four very different women answer an advertisement in The Times newspaper to rent a medieval castle for the month of April. There, amidst the sunshine and flowers, they rediscover happiness.

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7672 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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Dr No

The Eye of the Tiger

Ian Fleming, retold by Anne Collins Human Interest/Travel/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

Wilbur Smith, retold by Margaret Tarner Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/ Spy

Bond is sent to Jamaica to investigate the sudden disappearance of the island’s Governor. When he arrives, 007 begins to suspect that there is a link to Dr No, the owner of a remote island. There have been several strange deaths on this island, which the local people blame on a mysterious and terrifying ‘dragon’.

A retold version of a thrilling adventure story by one of the most popular writers of fiction.

Recommended for older readers. 112pp  British English 978 1 4050 8058 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+ Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

Harry Fletcher has left a life of international crime behind him to run a game-fishing charter boat from an island off the East African coast. But his past catches up with him and he has to use all his talents to survive against some very dangerous men. 80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7293 9 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 15+

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Goldfinger

The Jewel That Was Ours –

Ian Fleming, retold by Anne Collins Human Interest/Travel/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

an Inspector Morse Mystery Colin Dexter, retold by Anne Collins Crime/Detection/Adventure/Thriller/ Spy

During a stopover in Miami, Bond meets Auric Goldfinger and soon discovers that the multi-millionaire is a sophisticated cheat. Bond follows him to Switzerland and soon finds out that Goldfinger is planning a daring crime – to steal the gold from the US Treasury in Fort Knox.

Inspector Morse, accompanied by Sergeant Lewis, attempts to find the connection between a stolen medieval artefact, the sudden death of an American tourist and the murder of a philandering Oxford academic.

Recommended for older readers.

Recommended for older readers.

112pp  British English 978 1 4050 8060 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

112pp  British English 978 1 4050 7311 0 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 16+

Jurassic Park

The Great Gatsby

Michael Crichton, retold by F. H. Cornish Adventure/Thriller/Spy/ Science Fiction/Fantasy

F. Scott Fitzgerald, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Romance Nick Carraway rents a house on Long Island. The house next door is owned by the fabulously rich and handsome Jay Gatsby. Nick’s cousin Daisy is young, beautiful and unhappily married. Nick soon finds himself caught between the reunited lovers, Daisy and Gatsby.

The most famous and profitable movie of its time. Now, in this retold version of Michael Crichton’s gripping novel, readers have an opportunity to experience the same thrills as the characters who visit John Hammond’s theme park and come face to face with living, breathing dinosaurs for the first time in 64 million years.

Recommended for older readers. 80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7703 3 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines. Age 15+

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Shakespeare’s famous story of the young Prince Hamlet’s journey into despair and revenge after learning that his uncle is his father’s murderer. 3 Elementary

King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table

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round Table William Shakespeare, retold by Margaret Tarner History/Romance/Human Interest

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128pp  American English 978 1 4050 7296 0 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines. Age 16+

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When Arthur pulls the sword from the stone, he becomes king of the land of Logres. Arthur chooses the beautiful Guinevere to be his queen and builds a castle at Camelot. Here he is joined by the famous Knights of the Round Table, whose adventures include slaying dragons, rescuing maidens and fighting the spells of Arthur’s halfsister, the cruel sorceress, Morgana. 96pp  British English 978 0 2300 2685 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

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A Kiss Before Dying

Meet Me in Istanbul

Ira Levin, retold by F. H. Cornish Adventure/Thriller/Spy

Richard Chisholm Travel/Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy

A young man, finding out that his girlfriend is pregnant, cold-bloodedly adjusts his plans for marrying into a wealthy industrialist family.

An adventure thriller set in Turkey. Tom Smith flies to Istanbul to join his fiancée for a holiday. But Angela fails to meet him that evening as arranged and she is not at her apartment either. The next morning Tom hears some terrible news: Angela was killed in a driving accident – a week ago.

Throughout his life he has used his intelligence, striking good looks, and as a last resort, his ruthless and violent strength, to achieve what he wants. He refuses to be stopped now. Recommended for older readers.

64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7705 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

96pp  American English 978 1 4050 7674 6 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines. Age 17+

The Merchant of Venice

“L” is for Lawless

William Shakespeare, retold by Rachel Bladon History/Romance/Human Interest

Sue Grafton, retold by John Escott Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

Shylock lends money to the merchant Antonio but the stakes are high. When Antonio cannot pay him back, Shylock demands a terrible punishment...

A local family ask Kinsey to help them. The authorities have no records of their father, the fighter pilot Johnny Lee, on file. Then Johnny Lee’s apartment is burgled and a hidden safe is discovered. Inside the safe is a mysterious key labelled ‘Lawless’.

This Macmillan Reader is written as a playscript and includes original extracts. 112pp  British English 978 0 2307 1664 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

Recommended for older readers. 112pp  American English 978 1 4050 5778 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

Live and Let Die Ian Fleming, retold by John Escott Adventure/Romance/Thriller In Live and Let Die, Bond finds himself in Jamaica investigating the underworld criminal ‘Mr Big’, who is suspected of selling antique gold coins to finance Soviet spy operations. As usual, Bond gets caught up in many dangerous situations. He also falls in love with Mr Big’s girlfriend, the mysterious and beautiful Solitaire. Recommended for older readers. 112pp  British English 978 0 2307 3508 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

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Much Ado About Nothing William Shakespeare, retold by Margaret Tarner History/Romance/Human Interest/Humour Shakespeare’s famous comedy/ drama about the war of power and understanding between men and women and the disguises they wear in their romantic relationships. 112pp British English 978 0 2304 0870 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

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My Cousin Rachel Daphne du Maurier, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Romance/Crime/ Detection/Adventure/Thriller/Spy Philip Ashley receives letters from his guardian in Italy, who complains of terrible headaches and then becomes sure that his young wife is trying to murder him. 80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7715 6 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies. Age 15+

No Longer at Ease Chinua Achebe, retold by John Milne Human Interest/Crime/Detection In this brilliant novel, Achebe uses the ‘fall’ of one man, a descendant of the hero in Things Fall Apart, to depict the birth of a whole new age in Nigerian life – a powerful period of corruption. 80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7299 1 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 15+

The Pearl John Steinbeck, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/History/Adventure A sad and beautiful story about a Mexican-Indian diver who finds the greatest pearl in the world, but loses his happiness. 104pp  British English 978 0 2300 3112 8 Availability: Only available in certain countries – please see website for details. Age 14+

The Perfect Storm Sebastian Junger, retold by Anne Collins Adventure/Thriller/Spy On 31st October, 1991, three powerful weather systems met off the coast of Newfoundland. Despite the combined efforts of the US and Canadian rescue services, the swordfishing boat Andrea Gail cannot be located. Captain Billy Tyne and his crew of six are feared lost. 112pp  British English 978 1 4050 7312 7 Availability: Worldwide, excluding the US, its dependencies, the Philippines and Canada. Age 16+

Oliver Twist Charles Dickens, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy ‘“Please Sir, can I have some more?”’ Dickens’s famous novel about the trials of a poor young orphan boy, brought up in the terrible conditions of a 19th-century English workhouse. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7676 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Romance Everybody knows that a rich unmarried man needs a pretty wife. And every mother wants her daughters to be happily married. This much-filmed and highly popular romantic comedy has been retold to give the reader an opportunity to understand and enjoy the witty dialogue and sharp observations of one of the classic romances in English literature. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7301 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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...Intermediate The Queen of Death

Ring of Thieves

John Milne Human Interest/Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy

Richard Prescott Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

‘“... anyone who enters my tomb – anyone who steals from my tomb – anyone who touches my body – that person will die a terrible death. And many more will die with him.”’

A mystery story with many twists and turns. The hero loses his memory after being attacked and robbed. With the action moving between the English Midlands and the diamondbroking houses of Amsterdam, he has to regain his memory in order to find his property.

In another thoroughly entertaining detective story, a sequel to The Black Cat, Salahadin El Nur searches for the answer to the riddle of an ancient curse.

96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7304 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7707 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

The Red and the Black

River God

Stendhal, retold by F. H. Cornish Romance/Crime/Detection

Wilbur Smith, retold by Stephen Colbourn Romance/Adventure/Thriller/Spy

The Red and the Black is the story of the life and loves of a young man, Julien Sorel. Through his love affairs with the aristocratic and beautiful Madame de Renal, and the passionate Mathilde, Sorel tries – and fails – to gain wealth and social standing, with fatal results.

A romantic adventure set in Ancient Egypt. Taita – the storyteller – is a slave owned by Intef, the cruel and greedy Governor of Upper Egypt. Taita looks after the beautiful Lostris, daughter of Lord Intef who has plans to wed his daughter to Pharaoh Mamose, an old and weak-willed king. But Lostris is in love with Tanus, a handsome and ambitious commander in the Pharaoh’s army.

Recommended for older readers. 128pp  British English 978 1 4050 7458 2 Availability: Worldwide Age 17+

Recommended for older readers. 112pp  British English 978 1 4050 7305 9 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 16+

Rendezvous with Rama Arthur C. Clarke, retold by Elizabeth Walker Adventure/Thriller/Spy/  Science Fiction/Fantasy In 2131, a large object is discovered near Jupiter. It will pass Earth as it travels towards the centre of the solar system. The object is given the name Rama. The scientists who are sent to investigate Rama discover that it is a smooth cylinder with a hollow centre. What is Rama? Who made it, and why? 112pp  British English 978 1 4050 7303 5 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 16+

Sense and Sensibility Jane Austen, retold by Margaret Tarner Romance After the death of her husband, Mrs Dashwood and her three daughters, Elinor, Marianne and Margaret, find they must move to a small cottage in Barton Park. There Marianne falls in love with the attractive but unreliable Willoughby, while Elinor longs for Edward Ferrars, the young man she left behind... Recommended for older readers. 112pp  British English 978 1 4050 8062 0 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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The Seventh Scroll

Slumdog Millionaire

Wilbur Smith, retold by Stephen Colbourn Romance/Adventure/Thriller/Spy

Vikas Swarup, retold by John Escott Human Interest/Romance/Thriller

This romantic thriller, set in modern times, follows on from the adventure described in River God.

Ram Mohammad Thomas answers 14 questions correctly in a TV quiz and wins a billion rupees, but how does he know the answers? The novel takes us through the major events of Ram’s life, from his battle for survival on the streets of Mumbai and Delhi to his final act of love and revenge – and the amazing good fortune it brings!

Duraid and Royan Al Simma find the set of papyrus scrolls which recorded where the tomb of Pharaoh Mamose was. But before the Egyptologists can search for the tomb, Duraid is murdered. Recommended for older readers. 112pp  British English 978 1 4050 7314 1 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 16+

Recommended for older readers. 112pp  British English 978 0 2304 0471 7 Availability: Worldwide ex US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines  Age 17+

The Sign of Four Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, retold by Anne Collins Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy ‘“I’m afraid,” said Miss Morston. “What should I do, Mr Holmes?”’ Sherlock Holmes helps Mary Morstan find out the truth about her father, and the man who has been sending pearls to her. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7678 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn –

an Inspector Morse Mystery Colin Dexter, retold by Anne Collins Crime/Detection/Adventure/Thriller/ Spy Morse and Sergeant Lewis are called to a house where a dead body has been found. Morse immediately suspects murder and starts the long task of discovering the identity of the murderer and their motive. Recommended for older readers. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7307 3 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 16+

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The Smuggler Piers Plowright Crime/Detection/Adventure/Thriller/ Spy John Samuel Fame has some friends who are suspected criminals. So Inspector Roland immediately has him followed when a valuable gold statue is stolen from Darna museum. 80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7873 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

The Space Invaders Geoffrey Matthews Crime/Detection/Science Fiction/ Fantasy In this story, set some time in the future, Varon, a pirate, breaks into the strongroom of the planet Zeron and manages to steal one of the most valuable items in the universe. Then he is trapped, unable to return to his spaceship, until Lucky arrives. But Omega has his own reasons for helping. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7805 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+ Availability: Worldwide Age 15+


...Intermediate The Speckled Band and Other Stories Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, retold by Anne Collins Short Stories/Crime/Detection Three more intriguing cases for Sherlock Holmes: The Speckled Band, The Dancing Men and The Red-Headed League. 80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7680 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

Things Fall Apart Chinua Achebe, retold by John Davey Human Interest Okonkwo is respected for his strength, bravery, honesty and wealth. But his people are doomed to be destroyed both by the superstition-bound customs of tribal life, and the arrival of the white man. This simply and movingly told story by Nigeria’s foremost novelist has become a classic in African literature. Recommended for older readers. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7315 8 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines.  Age 15+

Tess of the d’Urbervilles

Touching the Void

Thomas Hardy, retold by John Escott Human Interest/Romance

Joe Simpson, retold by Anne Collins Adventure/Human Interest

When Tess Durbeyfield is sent by her family to find her rich relatives, she is soon pursued and violently attacked by the ruthless Alec d’Urberville. But the sad event which follows gives Tess the chance to hide her past and move on. Eventually she falls in love and finds happiness with Angel Clare. However, Tess’s honest nature means she is doomed never to escape her past.

The true story of Joe Simpson and Simon Yates’s climb of the mountain Siula Grande. When Joe breaks his leg high on the mountain, he knows that he will probably die. But Simon is determined to help his friend and decides to lower him down the mountain on a rope. The plan seems to be going well. But then disaster strikes. A gripping story of human courage and the will to survive.

128pp  British English 978 1 4050 7457 5 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

Thérèse Raquin Emile Zola, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Romance When Thérèse Raquin marries her sickly cousin Camille, her future looks as if it will be both dull and loveless. This all changes, however, with the arrival of Camille’s friend Laurent. Laurent and Thérèse soon begin a love affair, an affair so passionate it can only result in tragedy. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7538 1 Availability: Worldwide Age 17+

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When Rain Clouds Gather Bessie Head, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Travel/Background This semi-autobiographical novel, from one of Africa’s most respected novelists, tells the story of a village in the heart of rural Botswana in the 1960s. It is a time of great change to tribal traditions, social customs, and agricultural methods. But none of the actors on this stage can alter the principal adversary in this drama – the harsh climate. 80pp  British English 978 0 2300 2440 3 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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The Woman Who Disappeared Philip Prowse Humour/Crime/Detection/ Adventure/Thriller/Spy Another story of the adventures of the Los Angeles private detective, Lenny Samuel. A beautiful blonde woman hires Lenny to find her missing sister. Before long, he’s involved with gunmen, dead bodies, world-weary policemen and jewel thieves, whilst dodging bullets, speeding cars and flying fists. 64pp  British English 978 1 4050 7668 5 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

The Woodlanders Thomas Hardy, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Romance ‘“There is something I must say to you, Giles,” Mr Melbury said sadly. “Soon you will not have a house. You will not have a home for Grace to live in. You must not think any more about getting married to her.”’ Set in a village in Dorset, Giles Winterbourne loves, and is engaged to, Grace Melbury. But when Giles loses his money, Grace’s father insists that she marries Edred Fitzpiers. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7319 6 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+

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Wuthering Heights Emily Brontë, retold by F. H. Cornish Human Interest/Romance ‘Our lives continued like this. Heathcliff and Cathy became wilder and wilder. They listened to no-one.’ Emily Brontë’s only novel, the passionate and violent story of the Earnshaw and Linton families, has become one of the most popular in British fiction. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7709 5 Availability: Worldwide Age 15+ Availability: Worldwide Age 15+


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Anna Karenina Leo Tolstoy, retold by Margaret Tarner Human Interest/Romance History/Politics The timeless story of Anna’s forbidden love for the dashing Count Vronsky. Recommended for older readers. 120pp  British English 978 1 4050 8724 7 Availability: Worldwide Age 17+

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The Cut-glass Bowl and Other Stories F. Scott Fitzgerald, retold by Margaret Tarner Short Stories/Human Interest/Romance Five short stories set in America in the 1920s and 1940s: The Cut-glass Bowl, Bernice Bobs Her Hair, Gretchen’s Forty Winks, Magnetism and Three Hours Between Planes. Recommended for older readers. 80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7323 3 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies, Canada and the Philippines. Age 16+

Bleak House

The Grapes of Wrath

Charles Dickens, retold by Florence Bell Human Interest/Romance/Crime/ Detection

John Steinbeck, retold by Michael Paine Human Interest/Adventure/History

‘“Your mother, Esther, was your disgrace and you are hers.”’ These words were Esther’s earliest memory. But who was Esther’s mother? What was the disgrace? And why did the ghost walk at Chesney Wold? Three young people meet for the first time in the High Court of Chancery. They are the latest victims to be caught up in the court case of Jarndyce versus Jarndyce.

Steinbeck’s most powerful novel describes the lives of a homeless farming family as they travel across America in the Great Depression of the 1930s. The family face hardship and hostility every step of the way as they struggle to survive in a country where kindness seems no longer to exist. 144pp  British English 978 0 2300 3105 0 Availability: Only available in certain countries – please see website for details. Age 14+

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The Creative Impulse and Other Stories W. Somerset Maugham, retold by John Milne Short Stories/Human Interest Maugham, the gifted observer of human behaviour, tells the stories of The Creative Impulse, The Round Dozen and Jane. Recommended for older readers. 80pp  British English 978 1 4050 7322 6 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its territories and dependencies and the Philippines. Age 16+

Great Expectations Charles Dickens, retold by Florence Bell Human Interest/Romance ‘“Quiet, you little devil! Keep still – or I’ll cut your throat!” “Oh, don’t cut my throat, sir!” I cried. “Please don’t!” “Tell me your name,” the man growled. “Pip, sir, Pip!” I answered.’ One windy evening, eight-year-old Pip meets an escaped convict. Shortly afterwards, he visits the strange Miss Havisham. Pip is told he has ‘great expectations’. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7682 1 Availability: World­wide Age 16+

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Oscar Wilde’s comic masterpiece of love and mistaken identity was a great hit when it first appeared on the stage in 1895 and has remained hugely popular ever since.

George Eliot, retold by Margaret Tarner History/Politics/Romance

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Oscar Wilde, retold by F. H. Cornish History/Humour/Romance/Human Interest

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When the young Dorothea Brooke marries the ageing scholar, Edward Casaubon, the people of Middlemarch believe that no good will come of it. Dorothea quickly grows unhappy and bored. Then she begins a friendship with Casaubon’s young cousin, Will Ladislaw. Meanwhile, the beautiful but spoilt Rosamond Vincey pursues the idealistic Dr Lydgate. Lydgate is determined not to get married, but Rosamond has other ideas… Recommended for older readers. 144pp  British English 978 0 2300 2686 5 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+ Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

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Mine Boy

Philip Prowse Humour/Crime/Detection/Adventure/ Thriller/Spy

Peter Abrahams, retold by Rod Nesbitt Human Interest

Another mystery for Lenny Samuel...

A story which describes the hardships endured by a young Zulu migrant worker.

The private detective is hired to investigate threats made to a famous film actress. Lenny joins the film crew on location in Hollywood, Buenos Aires and Istanbul as he tries to stay out of trouble and solve the case. 128pp  British English 978 1 4050 7711 8 Availability: Worldwide Age 16+

Xuma sees the cruelty of the bosses of the mine where he works, the squalor of the township where he lives, and the wealthy lifestyle of the white people in the city. He begins to question the racial injustices which surround him. Recommended for older readers. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7326 4 Availability: Worldwide Age 17+ Availability: Worldwide Age 17+

Macbeth William Shakespeare, retold by Margaret Tarner Mystery/Human Interest/Thriller Shakespeare’s Scottish story of witchcraft and murder is probably one of his darkest works. Macbeth’s bloody rise to power is encouraged by his wife, Lady Macbeth. Like her husband, Lady Macbeth’s ambition leads her into a dark world of guilt and madness which slowly destroys their marriage, and ends in tragedy. 120pp  British English 978 0 2304 02232 Availability: Worldwide Age 14+

The Mistress of Spices Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, retold by Anne Collins Human Interest/Romance/ Myths/Legends/Folklore/Human Interest/Romance Tilo owns a shop in Oakland, California, where she sells herbs and spices. But Tilo isn’t just a shopkeeper, she is also The Mistress of Spices. With her knowledge of the spices’ secret powers, this high priestess of wisdom and magic helps customers find answers to the questions of life, loss and loneliness. 96pp  British English 978 1 4050 7327 1 Availability: Worldwide, ex. US, its dependencies, the Philippines and Canada. Age 16+

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Colin Fenton and his wife run a software company, but only Colin knows that the business is £10,000 in debt. When a chance meeting leads him to an offer that will, he thinks, quickly solve all his problems, he accepts. But he loses the gamble and subsequently his identity, leaving his wife to try to prove whether or not he is officially dead.

The heroine meets and falls in love with Maxim de Winter, a rich Englishman whose beautiful wife has recently died under tragic circumstances. To her surprise and joy, Maxim proposes to her and they return to live in Manderley, his beautiful house in Cornwall. But Rebecca, Maxim’s first wife, still dominates him and the house.

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The tragic story of George and Lennie, who move from one farm to another, looking for work. George is clever but Lennie’s size and slowness are always getting him into trouble. One day the two men get a job on a farm. Things are going well until they meet the unhappy wife of the farm foreman, Curley. Then Curley’s wife tries to become friendly with Lennie...

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The Terror of Blue John Gap Sir Arthur Conan Doyle A man uncovers the truth behind the legend of a mysterious monster. Oh, Whistle and I’ll Come to You, My Lad M. R. James A university professor finds an ancient whistle and calls up a dark spirit. The Monkey’s Paw W. W. Jacobs A magic monkey’s paw grants three wishes.

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Author Index A

Abrahams, Peter 36 Achebe, Chinua  30, 33 Adams, Patrick 22 Alcott, Louisa M.  10, 11 Asimov, Isaac 22 Austen, Jane 12, 23, 27, 30, 31 Axten, Sarah 6

B

Baum, L. Frank 24 Bell, Florence  9, 10, 12, 35 Bierce, Ambrose  23 Blackmore, R. D.  11 Bladon, Rachel  20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 29 Brontë, Anne  24 Brontë, Charlotte  10 Brontë, Emily 34 Burnett, Frances Hodgson 24

C

Cabot, Meg  18 Chisholm, Richard 29 Clarke, Arthur C.  19, 31 Colbourn, Stephen  7, 12, 13, 15, 16, 19, 20, 23, 28, 31, 32 Collins, Anne 10, 11, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 36 Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur  16, 19, 32, 33 Cooper, James Fenimore  10, 11 Cornish, F. H.  9, 10, 13, 15, 18, 27, 28, 29, 31, 34, 36 Cox, Alwyn  9 Crichton, Michael  28

D

Davey, John  16, 19, 33 Defoe, Daniel 23 Dexter, Colin  28, 32 Dickens, Charles  13, 15, 26, 30, 35, 37 Divakaruni, Chitra Banerjee 36 Dumas, Alexandre  9, 11, 14, 24 du Maurier, Daphne  30, 37

E

Eliot, George  12, 36 Escott, John 11, 12, 13, 14, 21, 24, 26, 29, 32, 33, 37 Esplen, Mike  12

F

Fielding, Helen  26 Fitzgerald, F. Scott  28, 35 Fleming, Ian 21, 27, 28, 29 Frewin Jones, Allan 18, 20

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G

Gabol, Salma  23 Grafton, Sue  26, 29

H

Hardcastle, Michael  15 Hardy, Thomas  14, 21, 33, 34 Harris, Clare 8 Hart, Carl W.  22, 23 Head, Bessie  334 Henry, O.  11 Hill, Susan  20 Hope, Anthony  13

Paine, Michael  35 Plowright, Piers  32 Poe, Edgar Allan  19 Prescott, Richard  31, 37 Prowse, Philip  7, 10, 14, 16, 26, 34, 36

R

Reid-Thomas, Helen  19 Reilly, Tricia  22 Rendell, Ruth 24

S

I

Irving, Washington 16

J

James, Henry  14, 21 James, M. R.  10, 19 Junger, Sebastian  30 Jupp, Eleanor 8 Jupp, T. C.  13

K

King, Philip 15

L

Laird, Elizabeth 9, 10 Landon, John  15 Lawrence, D. H. 21 Leroux, Gaston  12 Levin, Ira 29 Loader, Mandy 18 Lobo, María José 6 London, Jack 20, 21

Scott-Buccleuch, R. L. 18 Shakespeare, William  22, 23, 28, 29, 36 Shelley, Mary  16 Simpson, Joe  33 Smith, Wilbur  27, 31, 32 Spyri, Johanna  22 Steinbeck, John  30, 35, 37 Stendhal  31 Stevenson, Robert Louis  15, 20 Stoker, Bram  19, 27 Subirá, Pepità  6 Swarup, Vikas  32 Sweetnam, Polly  7, 8 Swift, Jonathan  6

T

Tarner, Margaret  9, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 Thackeray, William Makepeace 37 Tolstoy, Leo  35 Twain, Mark  9

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M

McCulley, Johnston  17 McGovern, Kieran  17 Matthews, Geoffrey  32 Mattock, Katherine  11 Maugham, W. Somerset  16, 35 Melville, Herman  9, 37 Milne, John  7, 11, 12, 15, 30, 31, 35 Moore, C. J. 6 Mphahlele, Ezekiel 27 Murgatroyd, Nicholas 14

N

P

Verne, Jules  6 von Arnim, Elizabeth 27

W

Walker, Elizabeth  26, 31 Whitney, Norman  8, 14, 19 Wilde, Oscar  15, 18, 36 Winks, Martin  37

Y

Yatt, T. P. 10

Nesbitt, Rod  36 Ngugi wa Thiong’o 38

Z

Zola, Emile  33

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Title index A

“A” is for Alibi  26 Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The  9 Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The  9 Adventure Stories 39 Alissa  6 American Stories  38 Anna and the Fighter  9 Anna Karenina  35 Around the World in Eighty Days  6

B

“B” is for Burglar  26 Billy Budd  9 Black Cat, The  15 Black Tulip, The  9 Bleak House  35 Blue Fins  6 Bridget Jones’s Diary 26 Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason  26 Bristol Murder  26

C

Call of the Wild 21 Canterville Ghost and Other Stories, The  15 Casino Royale  21 Christmas Carol, A  15 Claws  15 Creative Impulse and Other Stories, The  35 Crime Stories 39 Cut-glass Bowl and Other Stories, The  35

D

Daisy Miller  21 Dangerous Journey  9 David Copperfield  26 D. H. Lawrence, Selected Stories by  21 Diamonds are Forever  21 Don’t Tell Me What To Do  15 Down Second Avenue 27 Dracula  27 Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde  15 Dr No  27

E

Emma  27 Enchanted April, The  27 Escape and Other Stories, The  16 Eye of the Tiger, The 27

F

Far from the Madding Crowd  21 Frankenstein  16

G

Gandhi 22 Goldfinger  28 Good Wives  10 Grapes of Wrath, The  35 Great Expectations  35 Great Gatsby, The  28 Gulliver’s Travels in Lilliput  6

H

Hamlet  28 Hawk-eye, the Pathfinder  10 Heidi  22 Horror Stories  38 Hound of the Baskervilles, The 16  House in the Picture and Abbot Thomas’ Treasure, The  10 House on the Hill, The  10

I

I, Robot  22 Importance of Being Earnest, The 36 In the Frame  7

J

Jane Eyre  10 Jewel That Was Ours, The  28 Jurassic Park  28

K

Kick-off! The Story of Football  22 King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table  28 Kiss Before Dying, A  29

L

N

Tale of Two Cities, A  13 Tales of Horror  19 Tales of Ten Worlds  19 Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The  24 Tess of the d’Urbervilles  33 Thérèse Raquin  33 Things Fall Apart  33 This is London  14 Three Musketeers, The  14 Touching the Void  33 Travel Stories 39 Treasure Island  20 Treasure of Monte Cristo, The  24 Trumpet-Major, The  14 Truth Machine, The  14 Twentieth-Century Stories 39

O

Officially Dead  37 Of Mice and Men  37 Oliver Twist  30 Our Mutual Friend  37 Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories  23

P

Pearl, The  30 Perfect Storm, The  30 Persuasion 23 Phantom Airman, The  18 Phantom of the Opera, The  12 Photo Finish  7 Picture of Dorian Gray, The  18 Picture Puzzle  13 Pride and Prejudice  30 Princess Diana  13 Princess Diaries 1, The  18 Princess Diaries 2, The  18 Prisoner of Zenda, The  13 Promise, The  18

“L” is for Lawless  29 L. A. Detective  7 L. A. Movie  36 L. A. Raid  10 L. A. Winners  16 Last Leaf and Other Stories, The  11 Last of the Mohicans, The  11 Legends of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle, The  16 Little Women  11 Live and Let Die  29 Long Tunnel, The  11 Lorna Doone  11 Lost Ship, The  7 Lost World, The  16 Love by Design  17 Love Stories  38 Lucky Number  7

Q

M

S

Macbeth  36 Macmillan Literature Collections  38 Magic Barber, The  7 Man in the Iron Mask, The  11 Marco  12 Mark of Zorro, The  17 Meet Me in Istanbul  29 Merchant of Venice, The  29 Michael Jackson: King of Pop  22 Middlemarch  36 Midsummer Night’s Dream, A  22 Mill on the Floss, The  12 Mine Boy  36 Mistress of Spices, The  36 Moby Dick 37   Money for a Motorbike  12 Much Ado About Nothing 29 My Cousin Rachel  30

T

Nelson Mandela  23 Newspaper Boy  12 No Longer At Ease  30 Northanger Abbey  12

U

Umbrella, The  8 Unquiet Graves  20

V

Vanity Fair

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W

Washington Square  14 Weep Not, Child  38 Well, The  8 When Rain Clouds Gather  33 White Fang  20 Wizard of Oz, The  24 Woman in Black, The  20 Woman Who Disappeared, The  34 Woodlanders, The  34 Wuthering Heights  34

Queen of Death, The 31  Quest, The  18

R

Rebecca  37 Red and the Black, The  31 Rendezvous with Rama  31 Rich Man, Poor Man  13 Ring of Thieves  31 River God  31 Robin Hood 23  Robinson Crusoe  23 Romeo and Juliet  23 Room 13 and Other Ghost Stories  19

Sara Says No!  8 Science Fiction Stories  38 Secret Garden, The  24 Sense and Sensibility  31 Seven Stories of Mystery and Horror  19 Seventh Scroll, The  32 Shake Hands Forever  24 Shooting Stars  8 Signalman and The Ghost At the Trial, The  13 Sign of Four, The  32 Silent World of Nicholas Quinn, The  32 Silver Blaze and Other Stories  19 Ski Race  8 Slumdog Millionaire  32 Smuggler, The  32 Space Invaders, The  32 Speckled Band and Other Stories, The  33 Stranger, The  19

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Macmillan Readers Catalogue  

This is the online version of the catalogue for the Macmillan Graded Readers.

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