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.
A girl sees a quiet good-looking boy on the boat to Spain. She loves his shy smile and she wants to see him again. The boy wants to be with her too, but there are problems. Can the boy and the girl get together? Or do they never meet again?
On the beach near Nick’s home there is a surfing competition with a big prize. Nick is a very good surfer. He wants to win the prize and go to Australia. But Nick’s father is not happy. Can Nick win the competition and go to Australia?
Every day people come to Mason's store - old people, young people, men and women. From his office, and in the store, Mark watches them. And when they leave the store, he forgets them. Then one day a girl with red hair comes to the store, and everything changes for Mark. Now he can't forget the beautiful face, those green eyes, and that red hair......
Greg is a porter at the Shepton Hotel in New York. When a girl with beautiful green eyes asks him for help, Greg can't say no. The girl's name is Cassie, and she says she is an artist. She tells Greg that her stepfather has her sketchbooks, and now she wants them back. Cassie says her stepfather is staying at Greg's hotel . . . so what could go wrong?...
Cambridge Discovery Education Interactive Readers are the next generation of graded readers - captivating topics, high-impact video, and interactive exercises designed to motivate and engage. Around the world, people love to tell stories about the fantastic creatures that may walk among us. Read about dragons, yetis, krakens, hydras, and more! Use your...
Oxford Read and Imagine graded readers are at eight levels (Starter, Beginner, and Levels 1 to 6) for students from age 4 and older. They offer great stories to read and enjoy. Activities provide Cambridge Young Learner Exams preparation. At Levels 1 to 6, every storybook reader links to an Oxford Read and Discover non-fiction reader. Audio in a choice...
O. Henry’s stories are very famous. He writes about New York, Texas, Oklahoma ... Money and love are often problems. But how is a story going to finish? You never know. Readers always remember his stories.
Tom Sawyer loves adventures. He has them at home, at school, and with his friends —Huck Finn, Joe Harper, and Becky Thatcher. Tom has one adventure in a graveyard, one in an old house, one in a cave. Who does he see in those places—and why is he afraid?
This is the story of Captain Nemo and his submarine, the Nautilus. One day, Nemo finds three men in the sea. For months the men live on the Nautilus. They find a town on the sea floor, beautiful coasts and a lot of gold. But they want to go home. Can they escape from Nemo’s submarine?
The houses in Newton Road are small, but people are very happy there. Then a civil engineer wants to knock down the houses and build a new road. The people of Newton Road are very angry. But can they win the battle?
Marcel visits his friend, Henry, in London. Henry knows a professor and he has some very interesting letters – by William Shakespeare! Marcel and Henry want to see the letters, but they are not in the professor’s flat. Marcel is a detective. Can he find them?
Duncan McTavish lives in a castle on a Scottish island. He doesn’t have any money, and he can’t pay a large bill. There is only one thing he can do – sell his island. CD-ROM - additional activities and the complete audio recording
Karen’s job takes her to many places. She loves art, and in Rome she sees some beautiful pictures. But the artist can’t sell them and he has no money. Karen likes the young man. Can she sell his pictures for him?
A classic love story which was first published in 1847. Numerous plays, films and television adaptations have been made of this great novel. Jane works as a governess in the house of the mysterious Mr Rochester. Despite some misgivings, they fall in love. But Mr Rochester has a terrible secret from his past.