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King Arthur and the Sword: Classic Tales Level 2

King Arthur and the Sword: Classic Tales Level 2Classic Tales - bringing the magic of traditional storytelling to language learning.
The stories are carefully graded at Levels 1-5 to provide easy and enjoyable reading. Beautiful illustrations on every page work closely with the text to help understanding.
Each Classic Tale also includes activities related to the story, and a picture dictionary or glossary.

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The Art of Storytelling: From Parents to Professionals

The Art of Storytelling: From Parents to ProfessionalsThe gift of storytelling may be one of life's most powerful—and envied—skills. A story well told can make us laugh, weep, swell with pride, or rise with indignation. A story poorly told can be not just boring or uncomfortable, but positively painful to experience. Humans seem to be fundamentally hard-wired for stories—they’re how we record both the monumental events of life and the small, everyday moments.

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A Visit to the City: Dolphin Reader Level 2

A visit to the cityA visit to the cityDolphins are interactive graded readers specially designed to make developing language skills fun for younger learners.
Full-colour illustrations and cross-curricular content stimulate students' interest and maintain their attention, while carefully graded English introduces them to new language points in an entertaining context.
Integrated activities for every page of story text encourage students to practise newly acquired language skills.

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Diana: Her True Story - In Her Own Words

Diana: Her True Story - In Her Own WordsDiana: Her True Story - In Her Own Words

When Diana: Her True Story was first published in 1992, it forever changed the way the public viewed the British monarchy. Greeted with disbelief and ridicule, this bestselling biography has become a unique literary classic, not just because of its explosive contents but also because of Diana's intimate involvement in the publication.
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Who Was Edgar Allan Poe?
Who Was Edgar Allan Poe?Filled with broken hearts and black ravens, Edgar Allan Poe’s ghastly tales have delighted readers for centuries. Born in Boston in 1809, Poe was orphaned at age two. He was soon adopted by a Virginia family who worked as tombstone merchants. In 1827 he enlisted in the Army and subsequently failed out of West Point. His first published story, The Raven, was a huge success, but his joy was overshadowed by the death of his wife. Poe devoted his life to writing and his tragic life often inspired his work.
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Show Me a Story: 40 Craft Projects and Activities to Spark Children's Storytelling
Show Me a Story: 40 Craft Projects and Activities to Spark Children's StorytellingEncouraging children to let their imagination run wild, Emily K. Neuburger offers 40 inventive projects and activities that will inspire kids ages 5 to 12 to express themselves through storytelling. Younger children will love making story stones and a storytelling jar, while older kids will open up and thrive as they embark on guided story walks and inspiring journaling exercises. Sparking creativity while developing a child’s love of language, Show Me a Story will kindle a lifelong passion for both writing and telling original stories.
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Secret Window, Secret Garden by Stephen King, 1990
Secret Window, Secret Garden by Stephen King, 1990Secret Window, Secret Garden is similar to King's earlier novel The Dark Half. Both are about authors, in this case Mort Rainey, who is a thinly-veiled analogue of King himself. Mort is visited by a man who takes the name of John Shooter, with a manuscript which proves to be an almost exact copy of a story that Mort himself wrote and published some years earlier. The man claims that Mort stole it from him and demands that Mort write a story in his name as compensation or prove that he is innocent, or bad things will happen.
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