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Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: Recycling

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Level 3: 1000-Word Vocabulary

Sue Stewart

Format: Paperback

Language Level: B1

What will we do when there is nowhere to put our rubbish? Every day, all over the world, people drop cans, boxes, paper, and bottles into bins and never think about them again. And the rubbish mountains get bigger and bigger. But there is another way - a way that makes old paper into houses, broken bottles into jewellery, and old cans into bridges. Anyone can recycle - it's easy, it saves money, and it's a way to say, "I care about the Earth." Saving the world starts with you - here - now.

Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: Information Technology: Information Technology

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Level 3: 1000-Word Vocabulary

Paul A. Davies

Format: Paperback

Language Level: B1

It is hard to imagine the modern world without information technology. At home, at work, and at play, mobile phones, emails and computers have become part of daily life. The story of information technology is a story of machines - from the ancient abacus to the small powerful computer chips of today. But it is also a story of people. Meet a woman who wrote computer programs two hundred years ago, a teenage millionaire, a man who began with a paperclip and ended with a house - and the criminals who want your name and your money. Come and discover the world of information technology.

Oxford Bookworms Library: Oranges in the Snow

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Third Edition

Starter: 250-Word Vocabulary

Phillip Burrows and Mark Foster

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

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Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: Animals in Danger

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Third Edition

Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary

Andy Hopkins and Joc Potter

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1/A2

People love and need animals. They keep them in their homes and on their farms. They enjoy going to zoos, and watching animals on films and on TV. Little children love to play with toy animals. But people are a great danger to animals too. They take their land, and cut down the trees where animals have their homes. They pollute the rivers and seas, and kill big animals for their skins or for medicine. Now there are about 7,000 species of animals in danger. What can we do to protect the animals of the world - from us?

Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: Seasons And Celebrations

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Third Edition

Level 2: 700-Word Vocabulary

Jackie Maguire

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A2/B1

In English-speaking countries around the world people celebrate Easter, Valentine's Day, Christmas, and other special days. Some celebrations are new, like Remembrance Day and Mother's Day; others, like the summer solstice, go back thousands of years. What happens on these special days? What do people eat, where do they go, what do they do? Why is there a special day for eating pancakes? Who is the "guy" that children take onto the streets in November? And where do many people like to spend the shortest night of the year in England?

Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: Rainforests

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Third Edition

Level 2: 700-Word Vocabulary

Rowena Akinyemi

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A2/B1

Deep rivers, tall trees, strange animals, beautiful flowers - this is the rainforest. Burning trees, thick smoke, new roads and cities, dead animals, people without homes - this is the rainforest too. To some people the rainforests mean beautiful places that you can visit; to others they mean trees that they can cut down and sell. Between 1950 and 2000 half of the world's rainforests disappeared. While you read these words, somewhere in the world people are cutting down rainforest trees. What are these wonderful places that we call rainforests - and is it too late to save them?

Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: New York

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Third Edition

Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary

John Escott

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1/A2

What can you do in New York? Everything! You can go to some of the world's most famous shops, watch a baseball game, go to the top of a skyscraper, see a concert in Central Park, eat a sandwich in a New York deli, see a show in a Broadway theatre. New York is big, noisy, and exciting, and it's waiting for you. Open the book and come with us to this wonderful city.

Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: Ireland

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Third Edition

Level 2: 700-Word Vocabulary

Tim Vicary

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A2/B1

There are many different Irelands. There is the Ireland of peaceful rivers, green fields, and beautiful islands. There is the Ireland of song and dance, pubs and theatres - the country of James Joyce, Bob Geldof, and Riverdance. And there is the Ireland of guns, fighting, death, and the hope of peace. Come with us and visit all of these Irelands - and many more...

Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: England

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Third Edition

Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary

John Escott

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1/A2

Twenty-five million people come to England every year, and some never go out of London. But England is full of interesting places to visit and things to do. There are big noisy cities with great shops and theatres, and quiet little villages. You can visit old castles and beautiful churches - or go to festivals with music twenty-four hours a day. You can have an English afternoon tea, walk on long white beaches, watch a great game of football, or visit a country house. Yes, England has something for everybody - what has it got for you?

Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: London

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Third Edition

Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary

John Escott

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1/A2

Come with us to London - a city as old as the Romans, and as new as the twenty-first century. There are places to go - from Oxford Street to Westminster Abbey, from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre to Wimbledon Tennis Club. And things to do - ride on the London Eye, visit the markets, go to the theatre, run in the London Marathon. Big, beautiful, noisy, exciting - that's London.

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