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Anne of green gables - Penguin Active Reading - Level 2
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Anne of green gables - Penguin Active Reading - Level 2Anne of green gables - Penguin Active Reading - Level 2

The Cuthberts ask the orphanage for a boy to help at their farm, but a little girl steps off the train. Anne causes chaos at Green Gables, but her good nature wins everyone?s heart.
 
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Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves - Dominoes - Starter
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Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves - Dominoes - StarterAli Baba and the Forty Thieves - Dominoes - Starter Ali Baba finds a thieves' treasure cave, and he is suddenly rich. Then his brother Kasim visits the cave, and things go wrong. The forty thieves find Kasim there, kill him, and cut him into four pieces. What can Ali Baba do? He wants to bury his brother
 
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L.S. Hilton: Maestra
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L.S. Hilton: MaestraA shockingly original thriller – the launch title of Zaffre, the new fiction imprint of Bonnier Publishing Fiction
Judith Rashleigh works as an assistant in a prestigious London auction house, but her dreams of breaking into the art world have been gradually dulled by the blunt forces of snobbery and corruption. To make ends meet she moonlights as a hostess in one of the West End’s less salubrious bars – although her work there pales against her activities on nights off.
Set in the exotic palaces and yachts of Europe’s seriously wealthy, Maestra is a shockingly original thriller.
 
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Japanese Tales of Mystery & Imagination
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Japanese Tales of Mystery & Imagination

Collected in this chilling volume are some of the famous Japanese mystery writer Edogawa Rampo's best stories—bizarre and blood-curdling expeditions into the fantastic, the perverse, and the strange, in a marvelous homage to Rampo's literary 'mentor', Edgar Allan Poe.
 
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The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror, 2011 Edition
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The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror, 2011 Edition

This incomparable annual compilation of the best short fiction and novellas features an unmatched variety of the quietly weird, the merely eerie, high fantasy, modern Lovecraftian horror, nightmarish near-future scenarios, the darkly humorous, the supernatural, and the monstrously mundane from the brightest new talent, legendary authors like Joe R. Lansdale, Tanith Lee, and Gene Wolfe, and bestsellers such as Holly Black, Neil Gaiman, and Sarah Langan. Includes a 36,000 word novella by George R.R. Martin set in his A Song of Fire and Ice universe.
 
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The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2011 Edition
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The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2011 Edition

This third volume of the year's best science fiction and fantasy features thirty stories by some of the genre's greatest authors, including Carol Emshwiller, Neil Gaiman, Elizabeth Hand, Paul Park, RJ Parker, Robert Reed, Rachel Swirsky, Peter Watts, Gene Wolfe, and many others. Selecting the best fiction from Asimov's, F&SF, Strange Horizons, Subterranean, Tor.com, and other top venues, The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy is your guide to magical realms and worlds beyond tomorrow.
 
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English Short Stories: Including 'The Boy That Runs' (CEFR Level B1+)
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English Short Stories: Including 'The Boy That Runs' (CEFR Level B1+)English Short Stories: Including 'The Boy That Runs' (CEFR Level B1+)

Not just a boring grammar book: Learn English with four fast-paced short stories written for English language learners. In this book, we go from the stormy seas of Scotland to the snowy streets of St. Petersburg; while learning morals of friendship, courage and appreciation along the way. Each story contains various exercises on comprehension, grammar, vocabulary and even creative writing. Each time you re-read a story you'll gain a deeper meaning, and pick-up vocabulary and grammar structures you weren't aware of before. This is a book written for both pleasure and education. Graded at CEFR Level B1+, this book is most suitable for intermediate or advanced level speakers of all ages.
 
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