Sherlock Holmes: The Dying Detective

by Arthur Conan Doyle

 

Starter Level (A1). Level 1.

 

Sherlock Holmes was trying to solve a murder. But now he has a terrible illness, and he is not his normal self. Can his friend Watson help him? Or will Sherlock Holmes die?

 

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Sherlock Holmes: The Speckled Band

by Arthur Conan Doyle

 

prize graphic icon Winner The Language Learner Literature Award 2016

 

Starter Level (A1).

 

Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson must answer the question of how Julia Stoner died, two years ago. If they cannot, then Helen Stoner will die too. But her house is very strange - and her stepfather, Dr Grimesby Roylott, is very angry and does not want Holmes there. 

 

Who killed Julia, and how? And why did she say,'the speckled band!' before she died?

 

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Three Short Stories Of Sherlock Holmes

Starter Level (A1)

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Sherlock Holmes: The Emerald Crown

by Arthur Conan Doyle

 

Starter Level (A1).

 

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The Moonstone

by Wilkie Collins

 

Starter Level (A1).

 

The Moonstone is a beautiful yellow diamond that was stolen from the statue of a Moon god in India. When Franklin Blake brings it to Rachel Verinder's house in Yorkshire for her birthday, it brings bad luck with it. 

How many people will the Moonstone hurt? How many must die before the diamond's revenge is complete?

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Matilda

by Roald Dahl

 

Pre-Intemediate Level (A1). British English.

 

Matilda is a clever and unusual little girl. But her parents aren't interested in her, and the terrible head teacher at her school hates clever children. But Matilda finds a way to be strong, and the results are very funny.

 

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Tales From The Arabian Nights

 

Elementary Level (A2). Level 2.

 

Sheherazade is beautiful and clever. She also knows a thousand and one wonderful stories. Some of them are in this book. We meet a clever servant girl, a boy judge, a stupid barber and forty bad thieves.

 

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Supermodels

by Paul and Vicky Shipton

 

Elementary level (A2). American English. Level 2.

 

Supermodels are rich and famous. They have beautiful clothes and go to wonderful parties by the best fashion designers and go to wonderful parties all over the world. But is the life of a supermodel always so easy? Find out what it is really like to be a supermodel?

 

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Gulliver in Lilliput

by Lisa Findlay

 

Pre-Intermediate (A2)

 

Gulliver is shipwrecked on an island. The people there are only six inches tall. The adventure of a lifetime awaits him!

 

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How To Be An Alien

by George Mikes

 

Pre-Intermediate Level (A2-B1). Level 3.

 

This is the funniest book that you will read about English people! Why are the English different from Europeans? George Mikes' book describes the strange things the English do and say. And the English don't get angry when they read the book. They love it! You will too!

 

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Vanity Fair

by William Thackeray

 

Pre-Intermediate Level (A2-B1).

 

Becky Sharp works at a school for young ladies until, at the age of seventeen, she is given a job as a governess. Her friend Amelia comes from a rich family and is in love with an army officer. Becky has no family and no money, but she is a very strong young woman. What will the future be for these two friends? Will they marry well and be happy? Or will life be unkind to them?

 

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The Count Of Monte Cristo

by  Alexandre Dumas

 

Pre-Intermediate Level (A2-B1). Level 3.

 

Edmond Dantes is a happy young seaman. He is popular with his employer and the men on his ship, and he has a beautiful lover, Mercedes. But he also has enemies who tell lies about him. On the day of his wedding, he is thrown into prison. There he meets a man who tells him about some treasure on the island of Monte Cristo. Will Edmond escape from prison? Will Edmond escape from prison? Will he find the treasure? And will he ever return he ever return home to Mercedes?

 

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The Jungle Book

by Rudyard Kipling

 

Intermediate (B1). Level 3.

 

A little boy escapes from a hungry tiger, and becomes part of a family of wolves. Mowgli grows up in the jungle, learning the animals' ways - but where does he really belong?

 

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Oliver Twist

by Charles Dickens

 

Intermediate (B1). Level 3.

 

 

For all of his early life, Oliver is hungry and poor. Then he runs away to London, where he soon makes new friends - but kind old Fagin and the Artful Dodger are not quite what they seem.

 

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The Black Cat and Other Stories

by Edgar Allan Poe

 

Intermediate (B1). Level 3.

 

Are you brave enough to read four of Poe's famous horror stories? Edgar Allan Poe wrote strange stories about terrible people and evil crimes. Don't read this book late at night!

 

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The Canterville Ghost and Other Stories

by Oscar Wilde

 

Elementary

 

Sir Simon de Canterville is a ghost. He has lived in his house for hundreds of years. His job is to terrify the people who stay there. Then Mr Otis, an American, buys the house. And the ghost is angry - he cannot frighten the Otis family.

Dangerous Game

by William Harris

 

A2 Level 3

 

For a number of years, William Harris plays a game with a ghost before he goes to sleep. The ghost is a poltergeist that William calls 'Poldy.' At the beginning William and Poldy play a friendly game every night, but then the game begins to change. It becomes a dangerous game. Who will win?

Mummy on the Orient Express

by Jamie Mathieson

 

A2 Level 3

 

The Doctor and his companion, Clara, are on the most beautiful train in history, speeding past the stars of the future. But something terrible is killing the passengers. After you see the mummy, you only have 66 seconds. Then you die. There is no escape. As the Doctor races against the clock, he seems to Clara more unfeeling than ever before. Will he learn how to stop the mummy? Start the clock!

Dracula

by Bram Stoker

 

A2 Level 3

 

Count Dracula is a vampire. He drinks people's blood. He lives in a lonely castle in the mountains of Transylvania. But then he comes to England and strange things start happening. People change. People become ill. Professor Van Helsing knows about vampires, but can he stop Count Dracula?

Love Actually

by Richard Curtis

 

B1 Level 4

 

In London, Christmas is coming and the people in this story have love on their minds. Some have found love; some have lost it. Some accept their loneliness; others live in hope. Even the new British prime minister's thoughts are not always on his job - because love, actually, is all around us.

The Invisible Man

by H.G. Wells

 

B2 Level 5

 

A stranger arrives in a small village wearing a long coat and gloves. His head is covered in bandages and dark glasses hide his eyes. The villagers are curious. Who is he? When they discover the stranger's terrible secret, they realise that they are in great danger.

Outstanding Short Stories

by Edgar Allan Poe and Others

 

B2 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.

Brave New World

by Aldous Huxley

 

C1 Level 6

 

It is the Brave New World, 600 years in the future. Science has produced a highly ordered world of happiness and social stability. In his search for something more meaningful, Bernard Marx takes beautiful Lenina to see the savages of the Old World - and discovers more truth than he might have wanted!