Helen Brooke: Survive! Editorial Oxford
You are in a small plane, going across the Rocky Mountains. Suddenly, the engine starts to make strange noises ...Soon you are alone, in the snow, at the top of a mountain, and it is very, very cold. Can you find your way out of the mountain?
Helen Brooke: Mystery In London. Editorial Oxford
Six women are dead because of the Whitechapel Killer. Now another woman lies in a London street and there is blood everywhere. She is very ill. You are the famous detective Mycroft Pound; can you catch the killer before he escapes?
Tim Vicary: Police tv. Editorial Oxford
'Every day someone steals money from people near the shops. We must stop this,' says Dan, a police officer. The police use TV cameras but it is not easy because there are so many suspects - who is the robber?
Tim Vicary: The Elephant Man. Editorial Oxford
He is not beautiful. His mother does not want him, children run away from him. People laugh at him, and call him 'The Elephant Man'.
Then someone speaks to him - and listens to him! At the age of 27, Joseph Merrick finds a friend for the first time in his life.
This is a true and tragic story. It is also a famous film.
Rosemary Border: Lottery Winner. Editorial Oxford
Everybody wants to win the lottery. A million pounds, perhaps five million, even ten million. How wonderful! Emma Carter buys a ticket for the lottery every week, and puts the ticket carefully in her bag. She is seventy-three years old and does not have much money. She would like to visit her son in Australia, but aeroplane tickets are very expensive.
Jason Williams buys lottery tickets every week too. But he is not a very nice young man. He steals things. He hits old ladies in the street, snatches their bags and runs away...
Julie Hart: Cathy's Dream. Burlington Books
Cathy Harris lives in Cornwall (England). Her parents adopted her from an orphanage in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Fourteen years old she began to hald strange dreams. One day in the school, learned about genetics and identical twins and Cathy thought can have a twin sister. Your mum and she travelled orphanage of Sri Lanka. Finally after several adventures, discovered has got a twin sister. They have got different parents, but see holiday summer and everyday send e-mails. They are happy!!!!
Caroline Stevens: The Ghost of the Green Lady. Burlington Books
Billy Harrison goes to a new boarding school and he hears a mysterious legend about “The Ghost of the Green Lady”. On the night of 1st February, a green light appears over the lake near the school and people say it's the Green Lady. Billy decides to see the ghost and he goes to the lake. At the same time, strange things are happening at the school. A thief is stealing valuable objects and everyone's under suspicion. What is going on?
Ken Harris: The Hacker. Burlington Books
Tony Baker is accused of hacking into his schools computer system. His mum gets a letter from the Town Hall asking for a lot od money, but Tony and his friend Emma discover that the writer of the letter doesnt exist.
W. Jacobs: Monkey's Paw. Editorial Oxford.
Outside, the night is cold and wet. Inside, the White family sits and waits. Where is their visitor?
There is a knock at the door. A man is standing outside in the dark. Their visitor has arrived.
The visitor waits. He has been in India for many years. What has he got? He has brought the hand of a small, dead animal - a monkey's paw.
Outside, in the dark, the visitor smiles and waits for the door to open.
Erich Segal retold by Rosemary Border: Love Story. Editorial Oxford.
This is a love story you won't forget. Oliver Barrett meets Jenny Cavilleri. He plays sports, she plays music. He's rich, and she's poor. They argue, and they fight, and they fall in love.
So they get married, and make a home together. They work hard, they enjoy life, they make plans for the future. Then they learn that they don't have much time left.
Their story has made people laugh, and cry, all over the world.
Tim Vicary: Chemical Secret. Editorial Oxford
The job was too good. There had to be a problem - and there was.
John Duncan was an honest man, but he needed money. He had children to look after. He was ready to do anything, and his bosses knew it.
They gave him the job because he couldn't say no; he couldn't afford to be honest. And the job was like a poison inside him. It changed him and blinded him, so that he couldn't see the real poison - until it was too late.
Wilkie Collins: The Moonstone. Editorial Oxford
This popular series of readers has now been completely revised and updated, using a new syllabus and new word structure lists. Readability has been ensured by means of specially designed computer software. Words that are above level but essential to the story are explained within the text, illustrated, and then reused for maximum reinforcement.