Hamlet - Penguin Readers - Level 3 (1200 words) Hamlet is the Prince of Denmark. His heart is filled with sadness and pain. Only his two best friends know the true reason. Hamlet is one of the most famous plays in the world. It is as true and alive today as it was 400 years ago.
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Outstanding Short Stories (Penguin Readers level 5)This collection Brings together some of the Best examples of late nineteenth- and early Twentieth-century Short Stories. Some are about ordinary people to whom something unexpected happens. Others are about unusual characters or events. Some of the stories are funny and others are more serious. All of them are highly enjoyable.
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The Little Match Girl - Dominoes - Starter Fearful of returning home to a violent father without having sold enough matches for the day, the Little Match Girl remains on the street resigned to warming herself by lighting matches. With each match, she sees a vision--a warm stove, a table laden with hot food, a beautiful Christmas tree decorated with lights leading up to the sky, so high that one becomes a shooting star
Hercule Poirot has received a letter which is simply signed 'ABC'. The writer promises a mystery that is too difficult even for the great mind of the famous Belgian detective. Poirot is worried by the letter, but there seems to be no case to solve. And then the murders begin.
Northanger Abbey Penguin Readers (level 6)Visiting the fashionable city of Bath, 17-year-old Catherine Morland looks for the excitement she finds in romantic fiction. She makes friends and falls in love. But when she is invited to Northanger Abbey, she experiences desperate unhappiness. What is real, and what is the product of her wild imagination?