Ten Short Stories
Author: Roald Dahl
Publisher: Penguin Books Limited
'Penguin Student Editions' are complete unabridged texts of Penguin Classics, Modern Classics and some more recent titles, packaged with reading help for the student in the form of accessible yet authoritative introductions, glossary of cultural references and unfamiliar words, stimulating activities and discussion points, including activities needed to prepare for essays and examinations, chapter-by-chapter summaries, plot and character outlines, chronology of the historical events of the time, overview of the ways famous critics have read the books. A student-friendly approach to literature - the way students want to read. Contains - The Umbrella Man; Dip in the Pool; The Butler; The Hitchhiker; Mr Botibol; My Lady Love, My Dove; The Way Up to Heaven; Parson's Pleasure; The Sound Machine; The Wish.
Workbook 3 in a 6 levelled series that develops students' reading comprehension, writing and speaking and listening skills using rich international content. This write-in workbook reinforces and extends skills taught in International English Student Book 3 to ensure student's competency and confidence with English.
The Faerie's Gift
Author: Nicoletta Ceccoli
Every day the woodcutter would swing his axe over his shoulder and head into the forest.
A new easy-to-use Russian dictionary, specifically suited to adult beginner level, offering all the words and phrases you'll need as a beginner, plus a complete learning and lifestyle kit with a list of the words you really need to know, grammar help, verb tables, social survival tips and cultural information, dates for your diary, and a phrasefinder.
Economic History of Spain
Author: Jaime Vicens Vives
Publisher: Princeton University Press
This comprehensive account of the economic development of Spain, available for the first time in English, is generally regarded as a major achievement in Spanish historiography. It covers the entire history of Spain's economic and social evolution from prehistoric times to the end of the nineteenth century. The book originated from lectures given at the University of Barcelona by Jaime Vicens Vives, who has been called Spain’s greatest historian in recent decades. Aware of all the major interpretations of Spanish history, the author draws upon the recent research of Spanish, French, and American historians; yet to the overall picture he gives his own imprint. Originally published in 1969. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
Author: René Mettler, Gallimard Jeunesse (Publisher)
Publisher: Moonlight Pub Limited
Uses transparent overlays to reveal the secrets ofthe Amazon rainforest.
Earth and Sky
Author: Sylvaine Peyrols
Publisher: Moonlight Publishing
See our planets play hide-and-seek with the sun and the moon. Look into volcanoes and caves and under the surface of the sea. Watch night follow day and see the stars begin to come out.
Missing in Sydney
Author: Andrea M. Hutchinson, Laura Clyde
Publisher: Uitgeverij De Boeck Secundair onderwijs
ADVENTURE Three best friends are travelling around Australia in search of adventure before they start university back home in the UK. But after celebrating Christmas Day on Sydney’s Bondi Beach one of them goes missing. Lisa is just an ordinary 18-year-old, so why would anyone want to kidnap her? Amy and Claire are determined to find her, but as they search desperately through the city of Sydney they do not know that Lisa and her kidnapper share a chilling connection … Dossiers: Sydney Around Australia