Beauty and the Beast: Classic Tales Elementary Level 3
A man came to a strange palace. He saw nobody but, before he left, he picked a rose for Beauty, his youngest daughter. Then he saw a terrible, angry beast. The Beast wanted one of the man's daughters to come and live with him. If not, the man must die. Beauty went to live with the Beast. He wanted to marry her, but she could not love him. Beauty leaves him, but she dreams that he is dying. At last she understands that kindness is more important than a beautiful face.
Read and discover all about transportation in the past and today... What were the first planes made of? How fast can solar cars travel?
Read and Discover is specially designed to make reading other subjects in English easy and fun. Students read about Science, Arts, and Social Studies - and develop their language skills at the same time. Colour photos help understanding and stunning diagrams develop critical thinking skills. The flexible design allows free reading and supported reading by giving clear signposts to activities and projects at the back.
The Princess and the Pea : Classic Tales Beginner level 1
Prince Harold is searching for a princess. A real princess. The King and Queen try hard to find him one, but Prince Harold doesn't like any of the princesses he meets. Then one stormy night, a beautiful girl comes to the castle. But is she a real princess? The Queen wants to find out. So she puts a pea under the girl's mattresses before she goes to bed. Can the girl feel the pea and show she is a real princess?
Craig is a student who also works as a night cleaner on the London Underground. Very strange things happen in the Underground at night. Craig hears voices and strange noises in the tunnels. What is the mystery of Church End Station, which was closed after World War II? Are there people living there? Or are there ghosts...?
These Leveled Vocabulary Readers support a robust approach to vocabulary instruction. The Vocabulary Readers provide accessible nonfiction text, engaging visual support, multiple encounters with key vocabulary, and opportunities to deepen and expand word knowledge.
The Rain Forest Animals series support national science standarts related to life science. This book describes and illustrated jaguars that live in the rain forest. The photographs support early readers in understanding the text. The repetition of words and phrases helps early readers learn new words.