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Graded Readers Catalog
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Table of Contents
Fiction/Adapted Classics
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Frankenstein – low intermediate to High intermediate/
B1 – B2/1300 – 2200 Headwords
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Foundations Reading Library
Fiction
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Foundations Reading library index
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level 1 – Starter/Pre-A1/75 Headwords
6
level 2 – Starter/Pre-A1/100 Headwords
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level 3 – Starter/Pre-A1/150 Headwords
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level 4 – Starter/Pre-A1/200 Headwords
12
level 5 – Starter/Pre-A1/250 Headwords
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level 6 – Starter/Pre-A1/300 Headwords
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level 8 – Beginning/A1/350 Headwords
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Page Turners Reading Library
Fiction
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Henry V – low intermediate to High intermediate/
B1 – B2/1300 – 2200 Headwords
27
Great expectations –
low intermediate to High intermediate/
B1 – B2/1300 – 2200 Headwords
27
Macbeth – low intermediate to High intermediate/
B1 – B2/1300 – 2200 Headwords
27
The Canterville Ghost –
low intermediate to High intermediate/
B1 – B2/1300 – 2200 Headwords
28
A Christmas Carol – low intermediate to High intermediate/
B1 – B2/1300 – 2200 Headwords
28
Jane eyre – low intermediate to High intermediate/
B1 – B2/1300 – 2200 Headwords
28
Romeo and Juliet – low intermediate to High intermediate/
B1 – B2/1300 – 2200 Headwords
28
The Tempest – low intermediate to High intermediate/
B1 – B2/1300 – 2200 Headwords
28
Footprint Reading Library
level 1 – Starter/Pre-A1/200 Headwords
21
level 2 – Starter/Pre-A1/300 Headwords
22
level 3 – Beginner/A1/400 Headwords
22
Non-fiction
level 4 – Beginner/A1/550 Headwords
23
Footprint Reading library index
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level 5 – elementary/A1 – A2/700 Headwords
23
level 800 – Pre-intermediate/A2/800 Headwords
32
level 6 – Pre-intermediate/A2/900 Headwords
23
level 1000 – Pre-intermediate/A2/1000 Headwords
35
level 7 – Pre-intermediate/A2/1100 Headwords
24
level 1300 – intermediate/B1/1300 Headwords
38
level 8 – intermediate/B1/1300 Headwords
24
level 1600 – intermediate/B1/1600 Headwords
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level 1900 – High intermediate/B2/1900 Headwords 44
level 10 – intermediate to High intermediate/B2/1900 Headwords
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level 2200 – High intermediate/B2/2200 Headwords 46
level 11 – intermediate to High intermediate/B2/2200 Headwords
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level 2600 – Advanced/C1/2600 Headwords
48
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level 3000 – Advanced/C1/3000 Headwords
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level 9 – intermediate/B1/1600 Headwords
level 12 – High intermediate/B2 – C1/2600 Headwords
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Reading is more fun with the Foundations Reading Library!
Foundations Reading library
Authors: Rob Waring, Maurice Jamall
American english
The Foundations Reading Library is an exciting series of graded readers written specially to meet the
needs of younger learners beginning to read in english. The carefully crafted, age-appropriate stories
are designed for middle schools, high schools, and private language institutes.
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Story genres include adventure, drama, mystery, and romance, and deal with engaging
issues and topics for teens
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Practice, extend, and recycle the most useful frequent vocabulary, phrases, and expressions
that beginning learners need
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Carefully-controlled grammar syllabus that covers the grammar most typically taught in the
early years of learning english
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Supported by Activity Books (including tests), lesson Planners, and an Audio Program on
CD for each level
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Foundations Reading library index
Level 1
Level 5
Activity Book
978-1-4240-0051-7
Activity Book
978-1-4240-0055-5
Audio CD
978-1-4240-0058-6
Audio CD
978-1-4240-0062-3
lesson Planner
978-1-4240-0094-4
lesson Planner
978-1-4240-0098-2
Collection
978-1-4240-0689-2
Collection
978-1-4240-0691-5
Level 6
Activity Book
978-1-4240-0052-4
Activity Book
978-1-4240-0056-2
Audio CD
978-1-4240-0059-3
Audio CD
978-1-4240-0063-0
lesson Planner
978-1-4240-0095-1
lesson Planner
978-1-4240-0099-9
Collection
978-1-4240-0690-8
Collection
978-1-4240-0692-2
Level 3
Level 7
Activity Book
978-1-4240-0053-1
Activity Book
978-1-4240-0057-9
Audio CD
978-1-4240-0060-9
Audio CD
978-1-4240-0064-7
lesson Planner
978-1-4240-0096-8
lesson Planner
978-1-4240-0100-2
Collection
978-1-4240-0566-6
Collection
978-1-4240-0693-9
Level 4
Activity Book
978-1-4240-0054-8
Audio CD
978-1-4240-0061-6
lesson Planner
978-1-4240-0097-5
Collection
978-1-4240-0572-7
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Level 2
5
75 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
6
75 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
75 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
Sarah’s Surprise
Goodbye, Hello!
Rain, Rain, Rain!
it is Sarah’s first day in the café. A man comes into the café,
takes some food, but does not give any money to Sarah. What
does she do?
Alex meets a beautiful girl in a store. He falls in love, but she
goes away. He wants to meet her again, but doesn’t even know
her name. How can he meet her again?
Faye is late for school. She gets on her bike and races to school
in the rain. She has many troubles getting to school. is she late
for school?
978-1-4130-2757-0
978-1-4130-2761-7
978-1-4130-2762-4
75 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
75 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
Bad Dog? Good Dog!
Get the Ball!
The Tickets
Yoon-Hee, and her brother Ji-Sung, go shopping. Yoon-Hee
takes her friend’s dog, Dingo, for a walk, but Dingo doesn’t want
to go for a walk. What does he really want?
Today is the big soccer game. Anthony isn’t playing well and is
angry, and kicks the ball away. Alex goes to get the ball, but that
is when he gets into trouble.
Jenny gets some concert tickets for her birthday from Jimmy,
but she drops them. Jenny’s friend Kerry finds the tickets. Jimmy
sees the tickets in Kerry’s purse. What does he do?
978-1-4130-2763-1
978-1-4130-2764-8
978-1-4130-2765-5
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75 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
7
100 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
8
100 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
100 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
Sk8 for Jake
The New Guitar
Trouble at the Zoo
eric, Yoko, and John find out that Jake Montoya, the world's best
skateboarder, is coming to town. But Jake is late for the show.
How can Yoko, eric, and John help out?
Ray wants a guitar for his birthday, but his father won't buy it
for him because it is poorly made. Ray secretly buys it, defying
his dad, but that only leads to more trouble.
Mike goes to the zoo and starts to annoy the animals there. The
zoo keeper yells at him, but Mike gets into even bigger trouble
later on.
978-1-4130-2775-4
978-1-4130-2776-1
978-1-4130-2777-8
100 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
100 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
100 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
Singer Wanted
Old Boat, New Boat
Hot Rock is holding an audition for a new singer. Daniela and
Gemma decide to try out. Who gets to be the new singer?
Tyler, David, and Faye find an old boat on the beach. They
decide to keep it, but how are they going to get some money to
fix it?
The Cave
978-1-4130-2778-5
978-1-4130-2779-2
978-1-4130-2780-8
Some of the characters go out in their boat and find a secret
cave. Once inside, they are trapped by the rising sea. How are
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75 Words
Pre-A1
Starter
9
150 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
10
150 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
150 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
I Always Win!
Slam Dunk for Mark
A Good Friend
Ryan and Tyler are in a big mountain bike race. Tyler is a very
good racer and wants to win the race. Ryan’s father gives him a
new bike. Ryan does not care how he wins. Will he do anything
to win the race?
Mark, the school basketball star, helps his team get into the
finals. Mark lives with his sick grandmother. She needs to go to
the doctor on the day of the finals. is he going to take her to the
doctor, or play in the final?
eric asks Yoko to go to the beach to watch the sun go down.
Yoko's mother says no, but Yoko wants to go because she likes
eric very much. later, Yoko climbs out of her window and goes
to the beach to see eric—and gets into trouble.
978-1-4130-2789-1
978-1-4130-2785-3
978-1-4130-2787-7
150 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
150 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
Quick Thinking
Quiz Night
Kung Fu Kid
Tyler and John are playing with their remote control cars in
the park. Faye and David are on the beach. They see a man
take a woman's bag and run to the park. How can they all help
the woman?
On Saturday, there is a Quiz night. Ji-Sung and Gemma both
want to win. John wants to help his friend Ji-Sung win. But does
Ji-Sung want help with the final question?
it's Adib's first day in the kung fu class. He sees two boys
hurting smaller boys. Adib tells them to stop, but this makes the
big boys angry. now they want to hurt Adib, too. What will
Adib do?
978-1-4130-2788-4
978-1-4130-2784-6
978-1-4130-2786-0
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150 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
11
200 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
12
200 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
200 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
I Spy
Go Jimmy Go!
Do I Tell?
edgar is a spy. He wants to sell some secret plans, but he is not
a good spy and gives the plans to the wrong person. How can he
get the plans back?
Jimmy is sports crazy. He is strong, fast, and athletic. He is also
in a wheelchair. The whole school is surprised when he enters
the 800-meter race, racing against the other students. Can
Jimmy win the race?
Ji-Sung sees some classmates spraying paint at a bus stop. He
feels he should tell the police, but the boys are bigger than him.
He is afraid they will hurt him if he tells. His problem gets worse
as the boys order him to throw stones at some birds. Does he do
it? Or does he tell the police?
978-1-4130-2792-1
978-1-4130-2793-8
978-1-4130-2794-5
200 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
200 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
Lost at Sea
Mystery on the Island
The Shipwreck
Some of the characters take their boat out for the day to swim
near one of the islands. The weather takes a sudden turn for the
worse and they are trapped at sea without their engine as night
falls. What are they going to do?
At the marina, Daniela, David, and John see two men
kidnapping a woman and putting her on a boat. But nobody will
believe them, so they follow the boat to an island. Who is this
woman, and why did the men kidnap her?
John and David are swimming out at sea when they see a
shipwreck. They dive down to the old ship and look around.
They are very excited when they see an old treasure chest. What
are they going to find inside it? But first they have to worry
about a big shark.
978-1-4130-2795-2
978-1-4130-2797-6
978-1-4130-2796-9
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200 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
13
250 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
250 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
14
250 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
The Big Test
Who’s Best?
Where’s Lorena?
The big test is tomorrow! everyone is studying hard, but not
Steve and Ryan. They have a plan to steal the test. How do they
plan to steal it? Will the teacher catch them?
Kate has to choose between the very popular and handsome
Scott, and Adib who she meets in art class. He is much quieter,
more intelligent, and more interesting, but he's not as popular
or as handsome as Scott. Both Adib and Scott ask her out on
Saturday. Who will she choose?
Alex's mother asks him to take his younger sister lorena out.
When he is with her, he sees some friends. Alex doesn't want his
friends to see him with his little sister, so he tells her to wait
while he speaks with them. But when he comes back, lorena is
not there. Where is she?
978-1-4130-2883-6
978-1-4130-2882-9
978-1-4130-2884-3
250 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
250 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
Boys vs. Girls
Think Daniela!
The Bear’s Mouth
At the summer camp, some boys and girls start to make trouble
for each other. The girls spray the boys with milk, so the boys let
some rats out in the girls' cabin. How will this end?
Daniela always tries to help her friends, but she doesn't always
think carefully and often makes things worse. When she sees a
bear near her friend Faye, she must think quickly. What will she
do?
At the summer camp two teams have to race to find some flags
hidden in the forest. They are told the final flag is ‘in the bear's
mouth.’ Who finds the flag, and how do they get it out of the
bear's mouth?
978-1-4130-2885-0
978-1-4130-2886-7
978-1-4130-2887-4
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250 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
15
300 Words
A1 Beg
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300 Words
A1 Beg
300 Words
A1 Beg
The Lost Wallet
No, You Can’t!
Does He Love Me?
Two friends, John and eric, find their teacher's wallet full of
money. John wants to give the money back, but eric wants to
spend it. What will they decide?
Anthony's mother stops him from going to the motorbike races.
But when his mother finds out he has secretly gone to the races
with his grandfather, he gets into a lot of trouble with more
than just his family. What's going to happen to Anthony now?
Jenny thinks that her boyfriend Alex, and her best friend, YoonHee, are secretly going out together. Yoon-Hee keeps a diary,
and Jenny knows the truth will be in it. One day in the library
Jenny sees the diary. Will she look?
978-1-4130-2832-4
978-1-4130-2833-1
978-1-4130-2834-8
300 Words
A1 Beg
300 Words
A1 Beg
A Helping Hand
Trouble at Sea
The Old Promise
David and his friends are riding their bikes to the beach when
they meet some angry dogs. David goes missing, and Tyler and
Daniela go to look for him. Then they see his blood. What has
happened to David?
When Faye and her friends are swimming, they see a bird
covered in oil. Who is putting the oil in the sea, and how can
Faye and the others stop them?
A businessman tells Mr. Jenkins that he has to leave the house
he was born in. But Faye and her friends think something is
wrong and try to help him to stay there. How are they going to
help him?
978-1-4130-2835-5
978-1-4130-2836-2
978-1-4130-2837-9
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300 Words
A1 Beg
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350 Words
A1 Beg
350 Words
A1 Beg
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350 Words
A1 Beg
Let’s Party!
Do It!
My Mom, the Movie Star
When her parents go away for the night, Jenny invites a few
friends to a small party. Many of Jenny's classmates hear about
the party and invite themselves. Soon half the school comes to
the party. Then things start to go really crazy. What is Jenny
going to do?
Ryan loves basketball and dislikes Kenji, who doesn't. So when
their teacher forces them to work together on a science
presentation, they don't want to. Kenji finds a way to help them
both. What is his idea?
Gemma learns that her teacher, Mr. Harris, is a big fan of a
movie star, Anita Hamilton. Gemma's mother was an actress
many years before, so Gemma tricks Mr. Harris into believing
her mother is the movie star. She is horrified when Mr. Harris
calls her mother to invite her to give a speech on Sports Day.
What will Gemma do?
978-1-4130-2888-1
978-1-4130-2889-8
978-1-4130-2890-4
350 Words
A1 Beg
350 Words
A1 Beg
The Secret Tunnel
Love Online
The Golden Monkey
Tyler and his friends discover a secret passage in Bayview
Museum. They follow the passage down into a room where a
huge forgery operation is underway. The curator is carefully
replacing the castle’s treasures with near-perfect copies. How
are they going to stop the robbers?
Scott loves Sarah, so when he hears that Sarah likes Ji-Sung, he
tries to keep Sarah and Ji-Sung apart. How is Scott going to do
it? Will he succeed?
When David is working in the museum, he breaks a valuable
vase. Then he learns that the vase holds clues to the location of
the last Golden Monkey, which men from China plan to collect
the next day. David and his friends then look for the missing
Golden Monkey. Will they find it in time?
978-1-4130-2891-1
978-1-4130-2892-8
978-1-4130-2893-5
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350 Words
A1 Beg
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Fun and easy to read, this is a new series you won’t want to put down!
Page Turners Reading library
Series Editors: Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson and Rob Waring
American english / British english
Page Turners is a completely new 12-level series of original readers for learners of english. Fun and
easy to read, this is a series learners won’t want to put down!
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12-level series of original fiction covering a variety of popular story genres
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includes a Review section, an extra non-fiction reading, and Glossary
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Free MP3 audio recording for every story
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Downloadable Worksheets available free for teachers
The series introduces learners of english to a variety of popular story genres including:
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Action
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Romance
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Thrillers
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Crime
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Mysteries
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Drama
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Human interest and more!
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Pre-A1 Starter
200 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
200 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
Come Home
Roommates
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
it's Samorn's first week at Brenton
College in the US, and she already
wants to leave. She misses Thailand,
her family, and most of all, her
boyfriend lek. So when lek asks her
to come home, Samorn knows she
has to make a hard decision . . .
As a new student at Brenton
College, Bobby Harris has many
things to worry about—but his
biggest problem is his new
roommate, Ash! Because of Ash,
Bobby can’t sleep, study, or work
properly. The problem is, how does
he tell Ash without losing a
roommate and a friend?
estela, captain of the women's
soccer team, is very excited. now
that famous soccer player George
Gray is coming to Brenton, her team
will finally get the help they need.
But Coach Gray doesn't think
women can play soccer. Can estela
change his mind?
978-1-4240-4662-1
978-1-4240-4897-7
978-1-4240-4653-9
Soccer Crazy
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300 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
300 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
300 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
The Beautiful Game
Hacker
You Don’t Know Her
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
estela dreams of becoming a
successful soccer player. But she
also has the chance for an exciting
new life as a fashion model in the
beautiful city of Milan. Which path
will she choose?
Jack Garcia is not the best student,
but he’s very good with computers.
So good, in fact, that he’s able to
hack into the Brenton College
computer system. He soon finds out
he can change his grades without
anyone knowing. But will he? And
what will happen if he does?
978-1-4240-4877-9
978-1-4240-4649-2
Pre-A1 Starter
400 Words
Pre-A1 Starter
Kitchen Love Story
Running Free
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
Fleur Duval is the prettiest and most
popular girl in school, and she gets
anything—and any guy—she wants.
But when she breaks the heart of
poor Bobby Harris, his friends Ash
and Dwayne decide that it’s payback
time. But is it Ash’s turn to have his
heart broken?
Janine Cole, a single mother with a
young daughter, has almost given
up on her dream to be a chef. But
then her new friend Randy Gordon
enters her into a cooking
competition. The prize? A job at one
of the best restaurants in town. it’s
clear that Randy believes in her, but
does Janine believe in herself?
Charles ‘Chuck’ Kingston is studying
business so he can take over his
father's company. But his father
doesn't know that Chuck's real love
is free running. When things start to
go wrong, Chuck learns he can't run
from his problems forever.
978-1-4240-4648-5
978-1-4240-4639-3
978-1-4240-4638-6
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400 Words
A1 Beg
550 Words
A1 Beg
Heart of a Fighter
Trust
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
As captain of the college taekwondo
team, Dwayne always wants to be
the best. But when he loses to
Minho Kim, the new boy from
Korea, Dwayne has to learn what it
really means to be a fighter.
978-1-4240-4643-0
700 Words
900 Words
A1/A2 elem
A2 Pre-int
The Secret Beach
The Picture in the Attic
Sue Leather, Julian Thomlinson
Jane Rollason
Richard MacAndrew, Cathy Lawday
Sandra Marks isn't enjoying her new
role as editor of The Brenton Sun,
her college's online newspaper.
Felipe, one of her reporters, isn't too
happy about Sandra beating him to
the job . . . and he makes sure she
knows it. Worse still, she is faced
with her biggest story ever—one
that involves her own father. now
Sandra must decide who she can
really trust.
lucas and his friends have the best
surfing beach in town, and they
want to keep it that way. So when
Jerry and the city boys demand a
piece of the action, it soon becomes
an all-out war—for the beach, the
surfing trophy, and the heart of the
beautiful ella.
emma has just moved into her
dream home with her new husband
and a baby on the way. everything
seems perfect at first, until she
hears strange noises coming from
the attic. As the noises get worse, it
becomes clear that the house is
hiding a horrible secret . . .
978-1-4240-4644-7
978-1-4240-1842-0
978-1-4240-1795-9
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1100 Words
A2 Pre-int
Nature
1100 Words
A2 Pre-int
1300 Words
B1 int
Dead before Midnight
Danny Dark
Margaret Johnson
Pamela Pollack, Meg Belviso
Alyssa returns to her hometown to
tell her mother about her
engagement. She is introduced to
Zach, her handsome neighbor
and the object of her mother's
affections. Troubled by her
upcoming wedding and her
attraction to Zach, Alyssa begins
to ask herself what truly makes
her happy.
For David Hawke, directing Dead
Before Midnight on Broadway is the
chance of a lifetime. But strange
things begin to happen to David and
his colleagues, and people are
saying that the play itself may be
cursed. As opening night
approaches, it’s not clear if it will be
the biggest night of David’s life, or
the last . . .
978-1-4240-4658-4
978-1-4240-1841-3
1600 Words
B1 int
Light
Bad Blood
Margaret Johnson
Sue Leather
Sue Leather
Sally is fighting desperately to stop
big businesses from taking over her
hairdressing salon and the little
town of Richmond. Things get even
more complicated when a
handsome stranger called Danny
Dark walks into her life. Can Sally
save her town...and protect her
heart?
in Kalastia, books are burning. The
new government, led by powerhungry General Malin, is
determined to rewrite history. To
renowned artist Arda Kalev, the
situation seems hopeless. When
orders are given to destroy all the
art in the national Gallery, including
Arda’s precious statue light, Arda
must decide if freedom is worth
fighting—and dying—for.
A fire in his father's restaurant
sends detective Jay Kwan on a
manhunt. Who started the fire,
and why? The search takes him
on a dangerous journey through
Chinatown and into the past,
where a dark and terrible secret
awaits him. A secret about his own
family . . .
978-1-4240-1793-5
978-1-4240-4664-5
978-1-4240-1839-0
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1300 Words
B1 int
1900 Words
B2 int – High int
1900 Words
B1 int
2200 Words
2600 Words
B2 int – High int
B2/C1 High int
The Long Road to Lucca
Joe Faust
Reunited
Mercy Killer
Deadly Truth
Irene Barrall
Frank Brennan
Irene Barrall
Andrew Watson
Andrew Watson
lizzy elliot has a good life, or so she
thinks: a successful career, a loving
fiancé, and a caring (if overbearing)
mother. Then a letter arrives from
her beloved Aunt Bea which
threatens to turn her whole world
upside down. To everyone's
surprise, lizzy decides to give up
everything and embark on a new
adventure—and is forced to make
big decisions about the life she
wants for herself.
Joe is a young city trader, and he'll
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LEVEL 1000
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INCREDIBLE ANIMALS
INCREDIBLE ANIMALS
INCREDIBLE ANIMALS
FASCINATING PLACES
FASCINATING PLACES
Arctic Whale Danger!
Happy Elephants
Monkey Party
The Future of a Village
Life on the Orinoco
in the Arctic Ocean, a baby whale
goes too close to land. it cannot get
back to the water. A group of whales
are trapped by moving ice. They
cannot get back to open water. Will
the whales find safety before it is
too late?
elephants are social animals. in
nature, they live happily in family
groups. However, people sometimes
use elephants for work or put them
in zoos. What can people do to
make these elephants healthy and
happy? How can they stay that way?
in parts of Thailand, monkeys are
important animals. They are allowed
to do anything they want to do. in
the town of lopburi, the people
even have a party for the monkeys
every year! What kind of party do
the people of lopburi have? Why do
they have it?
essouira is a beautiful old town by
the sea. Most local people are
fishermen. However, the number of
fish has gone down. now, there are
not as many jobs for the people.
How will the fishermen make
money to live? What will happen to
the town?
The Orinoco River is one of the
longest rivers in the world. Many
lives depend on this river. Many
people, animals and plants live in or
near the water. However, things are
changing on the Orinoco. Why?
What will happen to life on the
Orinoco?
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978-1-4240-2153-6
978-1-4240-1043-1
978-1-4240-2309-7
978-1-4240-1144-5
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978-1-4240-2163-5
978-1-4240-1044-8
978-1-4240-2315-8
978-1-4240-1143-8
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Religious Studies
978-1-4240-2150-5
978-1-4240-1046-2
978-1-4240-2306-6
978-1-4240-1145-2
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978-1-4240-2157-4
978-1-4240-1047-9
978-1-4240-2313-4
978-1-4240-1147-6
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Botany, Earth Sciences, Organic
Chemistry and Environmental Science
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FASCINATING PLACES
AMAZING SCIENCE
AMAZING SCIENCE
AMAZING SCIENCE
REMARKABLE PEOPLE
The Lost City of Machu Picchu
The Giant’s Causeway
Snow Magic!
Volcano Trek
Columbus and the New World
Machu Picchu is a beautiful old city
in Peru. it was forgotten for many
years, but now many people are
visiting it. Some people think that
too many visitors may not be good
for the city. What will happen to
Machu Picchu?
Along the coast of northern ireland,
there is an unusual place called ‘The
Giant’s Causeway.’ According to a
local story, a big man, or ‘giant,’
made it. Scientists, however, have a
different story. How was this
unusual place made? Was there
really a giant?
Snow is very important for Dan
Raedeke. The success of his
business depends on it. But this
year, it's too warm for natural snow,
and Dan needs help. He needs a
little 'snow magic'! What is Dan's
business? How will he
get snow?
Two scientists are traveling through
ethiopia to study a very old volcano.
Volcanoes can be dangerous
because they have hot, melted rock
inside. But they also offer important
information. Will the scientists
make it safely to the volcano? What
will they learn there?
Christopher Columbus lived in
europe in the 1400s. He wanted to
find a new way to travel from
europe to Asia by sea. Columbus
went on a long sea trip, but he didn't
know what he would find. What
happened to Columbus? What did
he find?
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Architecture, Environmental Science,
Tourism and History
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978-1-4240-1156-8
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Organic Chemistry
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978-1-4240-1055-4
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978-1-4240-2126-0
978-1-4240-1050-9
978-1-4240-2299-1
978-1-4240-1150-6
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REMARKABLE PEOPLE
REMARKABLE PEOPLE
EXCITING ACTIVITIES
EXCITING ACTIVITIES
EXCITING ACTIVITIES
Dreamtime Painters
The Young Riders of Mongolia
Alaskan Ice Climbing
Don’t Believe Your Eyes!
The Story of the Hula
Australia’s Aboriginal culture is one
of the oldest in the world. Aboriginal
people have painted pictures of
a story called 'Dreamtime' for
years. These paintings are famous
and very valuable. What is the
Dreamtime story? Who are the
Dreamtime painters?
Horseback riding is a very important
tradition in Mongolia. each year the
people there have a race to
celebrate this tradition. However,
the race is a little unusual. What
kind of race is it? Why is it unusual?
Many people visit Alaska to see the
beautiful national parks. One group
of visitors wants to fly into a
national park and go skiing.
However, the weather turns bad.
Will the visitors be able to get to the
park? What will they do there?
Camogli is a small town in italy.
People there often paint in a special
style called 'trompe l’oeil.' These
paintings are so good, viewers think
they're real things, but they're not.
They're paintings! What things are
real in Camogli? What things are
actually paintings?
long ago, people in Hawaii
performed a special dance called the
'hula.' Then, for more than 60 years,
the dance was not allowed. Finally,
after many years, a new king
returned the hula to the people.
Why was the hula not allowed?
What is special about the hula?
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978-1-4240-2172-7
978-1-4240-1048-6
978-1-4240-2326-4
978-1-4240-1148-3
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978-1-4240-2146-8
978-1-4240-1051-6
978-1-4240-2303-5
978-1-4240-1152-0
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978-1-4240-2144-4
978-1-4240-1052-3
978-1-4240-2301-1
978-1-4240-1151-3
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978-1-4240-2155-0
978-1-4240-1053-0
978-1-4240-2311-0
978-1-4240-1153-7
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INCREDIBLE ANIMALS
INCREDIBLE ANIMALS
INCREDIBLE ANIMALS
FASCINATING PLACES
FASCINATING PLACES
Farley the Red Panda
Gorilla Watching Tours
Puffin Rescue!
A Disappearing World
The Knife Markets of Sanaa
At America’s San Diego Zoo, they
have a new special animal. it's a red
panda named ‘Farley.’ life hasn't
been easy for Farley. He's had some
big problems. He also has some big
changes ahead! What kind problems
did Farley have? What's going to
happen to him?
long ago, Uganda’s mountain gorilla
population was getting smaller. But
now, the situation is improving.
People are visiting the area and
paying to see gorillas in their natural
environment. The money is helping
to keep the gorillas safe. Will it
save them?
Puffins are a kind of bird that lives in
iceland. each year baby puffins, or
pufflings, leave their homes to find
the sea. Sometimes the pufflings get
lost and cannot find their way.
Groups of people must rescue, or
help, the pufflings. How do people
rescue the pufflings?
A team of people is travelling
through Africa. The team wants to
photograph and document the
wildlife of this beautiful part of the
world. They want to do it before this
beauty disappears, or goes away,
forever. Will they complete their
project? Can they do it safely?
Sanaa is a beautiful old city in the
Middle east. in Sanaa, it is a
tradition to carry beautiful knives, or
tools, called ‘jambiya.’ An unusual
animal called a ‘rhinoceros’ is often
killed to make these knives. How
can people keep their tradition and
save the rhinoceros?
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978-1-4240-2152-9
978-1-4240-1057-8
978-1-4240-2308-0
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978-1-4240-2165-9
978-1-4240-1072-1
978-1-4240-2317-2
978-1-4240-1171-1
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978-1-4240-2145-1
978-1-4240-1060-8
978-1-4240-2302-8
978-1-4240-1160-5
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978-1-4240-2156-7
978-1-4240-1062-2
978-1-4240-2312-7
978-1-4240-1162-9
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A Special Kind of Neighborhood
Dinosaur Search
The Memory Man
Wild Animal Trackers
The Last of the Cheju Divers
Most cities have local areas called
‘neighborhoods.’ The Mission
District is one of San Francisco’s
oldest neighborhoods. Many people
think it's very special because it's so
multi-cultural. What makes the
Mission District so multi-cultural?
Why does that make it special?
Dinosaurs are animals that lived
long ago. Scientists often study
dinosaur ‘bones’ or the hard parts
inside the body. A team of scientists
looks for dinosaur parts but they’re
hard to find. Will the team find
bones, or something else?
Gianni Golfera can remember
almost everything. Scientists want
to study his mind because he can
remember so much. Some think his
environment improved his memory.
Others think that Gianni’s memory
came from his parents. Where did
his great memory come from?
in Africa, there is a group of people
called 'Bushmen.' These people
know a lot about wild animals.
However, sometimes they can’t tell
others about the animals because
they don't speak the same language.
How can the Bushmen share what
they know?
Cheju, South Korea, is known for its
traditional women divers. They have
long dived into the ocean to look for
seafood. it’s dangerous, but there
were no other jobs available. now,
women in Cheju have more choices.
What jobs can they do? What will
happen to the Cheju divers?
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Peruvian Weavers
Taiko Master
Cheese-Rolling Races
Making a Thai Boxing Champion
Water Sports Adventure
in the village of Chinchero, Peru,
weaving is an important tradition.
Weavers use animal hair to make
beautiful cloth. They have always
used this cloth to stay warm.
However, they are now also selling
it to make money. How will this
affect the local people and
economy?
‘Taiko’ is a kind of Japanese drum
that people hit to make music. Taiko
drumming is an ancient Japanese art
and it’s difficult to learn. now, many
people are practicing taiko
drumming in the United States.
They have a very special teacher.
What makes him so special?
Many towns have special events.
However, one town in england has a
very unusual one. At the start,
someone pushes a piece of cheese
down a hill. Then, the people run
after the cheese. And after that?
Well, things get pretty funny!
What happens?
in Thailand, boxing is an important
sport. Thai boys start training to
become boxers at a very young age.
They all want to win and become
the best; a real champion. Thai
boxing offers these boys many
opportunities. Why is boxing so
important? What makes a
champion?
This story is about water sports in
the Columbia River. Cory Roeseler
lives near the river and he loves
water, sports, and going fast!
Roeseler also likes to make new
things. What does Roeseler do with
these interests? How does he
go fast?
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Birds in Paradise
Night Hunt
Cambodia Animal Rescue
Butler School
Trinidad and Tobago is famous for
its beautiful birds. One man has
made it his life's work to study
them. He’s trying to photograph all
of the 460 types of birds on the
island, but there’s one special bird
that’s difficult to find. Will he
succeed?
in an Okavango wetlands area, a
young serval cat is going out for his
first night hunt. These cats catch
small animals for food. However,
they must be very careful. There are
many larger animals that want to
hunt them! Will the young serval be
safe and successful?
in some areas of Cambodia, there
are few people around. Because of
this, people go there to catch and
kill animals illegally for food or for
sale. if these animals don’t get help,
there will soon be none left! Who
will save the animals before it’s too
late?
in the past, it was popular for rich
people in england to have servants,
or people to help manage their
homes. The most important servant
was the butler. Today, there are
fewer butlers, but the job is still
important. What skills make a good
butler? Where does one learn them?
The Adventure Capital of
the World
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Queenstown, new Zealand
considers itself ‘The Adventure
Capital of the World.’ Why? People
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Why is Queensland such a popular
place for adventure? What would
you do there?
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One Village Makes a Difference
Killer Bees!
The Missing Snows of Kilimanjaro
Wind Power
A Real Winner
People everywhere need water for
drinking, washing, and other
activities. in india, there is not
always enough water for everybody.
now, a group of villages is trying a
different method to get water. Will
they get the water they need? Can
one village make a difference?
The native bees of Central America
are important for farmers, the rain
forests, and food production.
However, a new kind of ‘killer bee’ is
moving in and taking over the rain
forests. What will happen to the
native bees? Can the killer bees
be stopped?
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest
mountain in Africa. it’s in a hot,
tropical area, but it’s so high that
it’s always covered in ice and snow.
now, this ice and snow is
disappearing. Why is this
happening? How is it affecting the
area around the mountain?
in windy places, some people catch
the wind’s power with special
equipment and use it to make
energy. The schools in one area are
using wind power to save energy
and money. How is this energy
made? Where is it all used?
Dog sledding is a popular sport in
parts of the United States and
Canada. it’s a challenge for most
competitors. However, one racer
named Rachael Scdoris faces some
special challenges. What challenges
does Rachael face? How does she
deal with them?
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One Boy’s Journey
Living with a Volcano
Making a Deal
Dangerous Dining
Flying Pumpkins!
The Fulani are a group of people
who live in Africa. Yoro is a young
Fulani Boy. Before he can become a
man, Yoro must make a long and
difficult journey. The journey is a
test for him. What challenges will
Yoro meet? Will he succeed?
A volcano is a mountain with a large
hole at the top. Active volcanoes
can be dangerous because they can
erupt, or produce very hot, melted
rock. in Sicily, there are several
towns near a large volcano. Why do
people live in such a dangerous
place? is it safe?
There have been souks, or markets,
in Middle eastern and Arab cities for
hundreds of years. People can buy
food, clothes, shoes, and much more
in them. But, there are no prices on
the items. How are prices decided?
What’s the best way to get a
good price?
The puffer fish is a famous type of
fish in Japan. if it’s prepared
properly, it’s a safe and delicious
meal. if it’s not, it can kill those who
eat it. How do chefs prepare the fish
correctly? What are scientists doing
to protect people who eat
puffer fish?
every year, a group of people in
Delaware have a pumpkin throwing
contest. They use machines to
throw pumpkins very far. The
winner is the team that throws a
pumpkin farther than anyone else!
How do they throw the pumpkins?
Who’s going to win?
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Blue Cows?
Cupid the Dolphin
Wild Animal Town
Mount Fuji
The Lost Temples of the Maya
Farmers in india are having a serious
problem: a local animal is eating
their food. However, the farmers
cannot hurt the animal because it
has a special name. How can a name
protect an animal? What will the
farmers do?
Dolphins are intelligent animals
that live in the ocean. every year
thousands of dolphins swim too
close to beaches by mistake and get
caught. if left outside the water,
they can die. This happened to a
dolphin in Texas named Cupid.
What happened to Cupid?
Was he saved?
in the town of Kariba, Africa, people
and animals live together happily.
The town was built in a place where
wild animals live. As long as both
humans and animals obey certain
rules, they can live peacefully. What
are the rules in Kariba? How
dangerous is it there?
Mount Fuji is a famous mountain in
Japan that has become a symbol of
Japanese culture. Thousands of
people climb the mountain every
year. Some do it to take pictures and
buy gifts. Others climb it for other
reasons. Why do so many people
climb Mount Fuji? What kind of
experience is it?
Archaeologists study old cities and
buildings to learn about cultures
and people. An archaeologist in
Guatemala has searched for one city
for twenty years. He thinks the
buildings there may tell him about
one of the great cultures of the
world: the Maya. Will he find the
lost temples of the Maya?
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The Three Rivers of Zambia
Orangutan Language
Solar Cooking
Saving the Pandas
The Olympians
Zambia, Africa, is nowhere near an
ocean, but it is heavily influenced by
water. Three great rivers flow
through Zambia which impact the
lives of the people and animals near
them. How do the rivers impact life
around them? How can humans
protect these valuable rivers?
Orangutans are animals that are
similar to humans in many ways.
One similarity is their ability to
communicate through language.
This ability is being studied in a
program at a zoo in Washington,
D.C. What is the purpose of this
program? How does it work?
Two people from the United States
have developed an efficient and
healthy way to cook using the sun.
Solar cooking is good for the
environment and is also extremely
helpful to people in certain
countries. Why is solar cooking
important to some countries? How
can solar cooking help save lives?
Giant Pandas are considered the
national treasure of China.
Unfortunately, these animals are
becoming extinct. The people of
China are working hard to save
pandas from disappearing. Why are
they becoming extinct? What are
the Chinese people doing to
save them?
The Olympic Games originated in
ancient Greece where men from all
over competed in sporting events.
Over the centuries, the Olympic
Games have developed and today
top players from around the world
compete to try and achieve their
dream of winning an Olympic
gold medal.
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One Woman’s Choice
Zoo Dentists
The Art of Making Silk
Capoeira: The Fighting Dance
Gliding Across the Gobi
Flora grew up in a large city in
Tanzania. Then she married and
moved to a small village where she
and her husband hunt and farm to
live. She dreams of going back to
the city but doesn’t want to leave
her family. Will Flora stay in the
village? Will she move back to
the city?
Two dentists in California treat
some very special patients. Their
patients are animals! Animals can
develop dental problems just like
humans. These dentists help them,
but sometimes it can be dangerous.
Have they ever been hurt by an
animal? How do they treat
dangerous animals?
There is a silk factory in Florence,
italy, where workers use ancient
machines to create beautiful silk
cloth. Other factories have
modernised and use newer
machines but the workers here
continue to weave silk from
machines that are centuries old.
How is this silk made? What makes
it special?
Capoeira is a Brazilian art that
involves dancing and fighting.
Capoeira was invented in the 1800s
and it has become a popular activity
today. Capoeira is now being used
to help street children in Brazil to
stay away from trouble. How does it
help these children? What do they
learn from capoeira?
Two national Geographic explorers
take an exciting and difficult trip to
the Gobi Desert. When they finally
get there, one explorer wants to
take pictures of the desert in an
interesting way. Why is it so difficult
to cross the desert? How does the
explorer take pictures of the Gobi?
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Beagle Patrol
Giant Cave Crocs!
Opal Town
Confucianism in China
Mysterious Crop Circles
Beagles are dogs with an extremely
powerful sense of smell. They often
work at airports to find illegal or
unsafe items. Before they can do the
job, they must go through training.
What does it take to be on the
Beagle Patrol? What happens to
dogs that don’t make it?
Most crocodiles live above ground
but an unusual group of crocodiles
in Africa lives underground, in
caves. A team of scientists will go to
Madagascar to learn more about
these crocodiles. Will they find any
crocodiles? What will happen if they
do find a real giant cave croc?
People from around the world travel
to Coober Pedy, Australia, with
hopes of getting rich. This town is
full of valuable stones called ‘opals.’
Some opals are worth millions,
but they are extremely hard to find.
What influences the value of an
opal? What does it take to
find them?
Confucius (551 – 479 B.C.) is a wellknown person in Chinese history.
He had many followers who
believed in what he taught and who
spread his ideas throughout the
country. Confucius continues to
influence many parts of Chinese life.
What were his ideas? How do they
still affect China today?
Several strange signs called 'crop
circles' have been discovered in the
fields of southern england. These
mysterious circles are puzzling to
everyone, even scientists. There are
several theories about who – or
what – made them. Could it be
humans who did it? Or could it be
something else?
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Tornado Chase
Bird Girl
The Life of a Geisha
Chuckwagon Racing
Para-Life Rescue!
Tornados are large storms that can
cause huge amounts of damage and
destruction. Most people run from
tornados, but some researchers
chase them! They want to study the
storms to develop better methods
for predicting them. How do they
find these tornados? How do they
collect their information?
Mary lou Robertson is a young girl
in Florida who has an interesting
hobby; she watches birds. in fact,
she loves birds so much, that at age
13, she’s even writing a children’s
book about them. Why does Mary
lou love birds so much? How did
she write a book at such a
young age?
in Japan, a young woman named
Umechika dreams of becoming a
geisha and has left home to follow
her dream. This mysterious Japanese
profession requires years of difficult
training. What happens during the
training of a geisha? Why does
Umechika want to be one?
every year, over 500 cowboys and
cowgirls gather in western Canada.
They want to test their rodeo skills
at the famous Calgary Stampede.
This year, two cowboys intend to
win one of the most exciting—and
dangerous—events: chuckwagon
racing! Which cowboy will win? Will
he do it safely?
in Brazil, a man has discovered a
new way of saving, or rescuing,
people from drowning in the ocean.
This new rescue method involves a
person using a motor-powered
aircraft to work with lifeguards on
the beach. How do these people
work together? is this an effective
way of saving lives?
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Polar Bears in Trouble
Cheetahs in Focus
The Black Diamonds of Provence
Shark Alley
Aquarium on Wheels
Polar bears are some of the largest
and most dangerous hunters in the
cold regions of the north. Their
bodies are built for winter and they
do best in the coldest areas.
Unfortunately, polar bears are
becoming threatened due to
changes in the world’s climate.
How does global warming affect
polar bears? What must be done
to save them?
A national Geographic team in
Botswana sets out on the difficult
task of filming one of the most
beautiful creatures on earth; the
cheetah. Cheetahs are presently
endangered and the team’s goal is
to show how important these
animals are through photographs.
in France, some people earn money
by selling a special food called a
‘truffle.’ Truffles can be found in the
woods; however they are very rare
and expensive. That’s why they are
sometimes called ‘black diamonds.’
What is this unusual food, and why
is it so expensive?
in Shark Alley, South Africa, people
often go underwater in protected
environments to watch great white
sharks in their natural surroundings.
Some people believe that this
makes the sharks more violent,
others feel there is no change in
behaviour. Two researchers want to
find the truth. How do they study
the sharks? What do they find out?
People often visit aquariums to see
sea creatures in their natural
environment, but in Baltimore, a
local program brings aquarium
exhibits to people. local teenagers
travel to schools and libraries to
educate children about sea life and
conservation. How do people react
to Aquarium on Wheels? What do
the teenagers learn from their work?
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How’s the Weather?
A Chinese Artist in Harlem
The Gauchos of Argentina
The Great Kite Fight
Extreme Skydiving
The weather on earth is always
changing. One day it’s cloudy, the
next day it’s sunny, and the day
after that—who knows?
Meteorologists are scientists that
can predict the weather. But how do
they do it? What causes these
changes in the weather?
Ming is an artist from China who
now lives and works in new York
City. He teaches children in the
public school system how to draw
and paint. However, he also teaches
them something else that’s very
important. What does Ming teach
the children and why is it so
important?
in Argentina, there is a group of
men who live unique lives; the lives
of gauchos. This special type of
cowboy has been continuing the old
traditions for centuries. What type
of lifestyle do these men have and
what does it mean to be a gaucho?
every year, the city of Shirone,
Japan, goes ‘kite crazy’ during a fiveday local festival. in this highly
competitive contest, teams fly kites
and fight to force each other’s kites
from the sky. This tradition began
250 years ago and people of all ages
still enjoy the celebration. How do
teams fight with kites? What does it
take to win?
Most people enjoy the sport of
skydiving because they get to fall
at extremely high speeds, but some
people want to go even faster.
One man is even experimenting
with various methods of increasing
his speed. What is he doing to go
faster? is it working?
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Koalas
The King of the Spiders
The Hidden Treasures of Egypt
The Exciting Streets of Barcelona
The Amazing Human Body
Koalas are recognized around the
world for their cute and loveable
appearance. But unfortunately the
koala population is rapidly declining
because their natural home in the
thick forests of Australia is being
destroyed. What can be done to
help the koalas? Who is working to
save them?
Goliath tarantulas are the most
enormous spiders in the world.
Most people consider them to be
extremely dangerous and avoid
them, but not tarantula expert Rick
West. He seeks out tarantulas
because he has an important story
to tell. What information does West
want to share with the world?
Are tarantulas as dangerous as
people think?
The egyptian Museum in Cairo,
egypt contains an extraordinary
collection of ancient art, but even
more of its treasures are hidden
away in its basement. Museum
workers are now preparing to show
these valuable pieces in a new
exhibition. What pieces will they
exhibit? How will they decide what
to display?
People from all over the world love
to visit a street in Barcelona,
Spain called ‘the Ramblas.’ This
walking-only street is centrally
located and full of interesting
artists, performers, and other
entertainers. What happens on the
Ramblas? What makes this street
so exciting?
The human body is an amazing
‘machine’ made up of different
systems that allow us to do things
like run, eat, and even breathe.
These systems work together to
keep the body functioning normally
and healthily. How does the human
body actually work? What jobs do
the systems perform?
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Saving the Amazon Together
Dinosaur Builder
Snake Detective
Canyaking Adventure
Space Walk
The Amazon rain forest is in crisis.
illegal miners are destroying the
homes of millions of plants and
animals; however, one group of
scientists is exploring the far off
regions of a newly formed national
park to stop the destruction.
How can they help to save the
rain forest? Who will they get to
help them?
Peter May has the unique job
of reconstructing dinosaurs for
museum displays. He works with a
team using real dinosaur bones as
well as artificial bones to create
these giant creatures. How did Peter
May become a dinosaur builder?
How does he know what these longextinct animals looked like?
A snake park in the Sultanate of
Oman has a serious problem: all but
one of their snakes have died. The
owner of the park has hired a ‘snake
detective’ to uncover the mystery of
the dying snakes. Why did the
snakes die? Will the snake detective
be able to save the new snakes?
A group of young athletes have
travelled to the indian Ocean to visit
Reunion island for a unique
challenge: canyaking. This tough
outdoor activity is a combination of
two different sports and requires
the cooperation of all team
members. What two sports does
canyaking involve? Will the team
succeed in canyaking Reunion
island?
The first trip outside of a spacecraft,
or ‘spacewalk,’ was completed in
1965. Since then, many astronauts
have participated in spacewalks, but
spacewalking does not come
without its risks and challenges and
astronauts are in constant danger
when in space. What are the risks
and challenges of spacewalking?
How do astronauts overcome them?
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The Perfect Swarm
The Red Devils
The Varied Cultures of China
The Orient Express
Mars on Earth
in the 1800s, Rocky Mountain
locusts brought massive destruction
to Western settlers. Then, they
suddenly disappeared – almost
without a trace. Today, scientists
hope to find a reason for the locusts’
extinction. What caused Rocky
Mountain locusts to disappear?
Where will the scientists look?
Humboldt squid, or ‘Red Devils,’ are
the world’s largest animal without a
backbone. These sometimes
dangerous creatures live in the deep
waters of the Gulf of California. A
researcher and professional diver
have come to the Gulf to learn more
about them. Will they find any
‘Red Devils?’ Will they be able to
observe them safely?
For thousands of years certain
remote groups of native Chinese
have existed in near isolation.
Separated from the mainstream
world, these deeply cultural
communities have maintained the
old ways of life. now, with the
introduction of today’s modern
conveniences, they could disappear.
What are these cultures? Can they
be preserved before it’s too late?
Running from Paris to istanbul, the
Orient express is a first-class ‘hotel
on wheels.’ Once a year, travellers
can ride the luxury train across
europe just to enjoy the journey,
but it’s hard work to make the
grand train run smoothly. Who is
responsible for the train’s success?
What unique difficulties do
they face?
The arctic region of Canada is home
to a huge depression in the earth
called the Haughton Crater. A group
of explorers has come to the area to
have an opportunity to face
challenges similar to those expected
when travelling to Mars. What
challenges will they meet? What
preparations are being made for
Mars—on earth?
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Alternative Energy
Natacha’s Animal Rescue
Afghanistan’s Heroic Artists
Living in the Slow Lane
Firewalking
Global warming and a lack of
available traditional fuels have
created an environmental crisis. in
Colorado however, scientists in the
windy Rocky Mountains have found
alternative fuel sources that could
provide a solution. What are these
new sources of energy? How can
they be used in everyday life?
Fish River Canyon, a beautiful
region in southern namibia, was
once a place where wild animals ran
free. However, hunters and farmers
have claimed the lives of thousands
of these animals and left the land
bare. natacha, a conservationist,
now plans to bring the animals back
to the canyon? What kinds of
animals will she bring? How will she
do it?
When the Taliban took control of
Afghanistan, the religious group
aimed to destroy any artistic
expression that violated its strict
interpretation of islamic rules. A
group of Afghan artists risked death
by disobeying the Taliban to
preserve the important artwork of
their country. Who are the men that
saved Afghan’s art? How did they
do it?
Greve, italy, is one of the many
cities around the world that is part
of the ‘Slow City’ movement: a way
of living designed to fight the
negative effects of globalization.
The ‘Slow City’ movement has also
inspired individuals to start a ‘Slow
Food’ movement. What does it
mean to be part of these groups?
in a small village in northern Greece,
local residents participate in an
annual religious festival called
Anestenaria during which they
walk across fire. This firewalking
tradition tests believers’ faith and
serves as a means of receiving
blessings. Will all the participants
make it across the fire? How will
their firewalk affect them?
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