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Dominoes: Pollyanna

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Second Edition

Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary

Eleanor H. Porter
Text adaptation by Bill Bowler

Format: Paperback

When Pollyanna's farther dies, she goes to live with her Aunt, Miss Polly Harrington. Miss Harrington likes doing good, but she doesn't like children very much!

Pollyanna always tries to find the good in everything. She soon makes many different people in her new home feel happier. But is Miss Polly's life going to change for better or worse after her niece arrives? And what happens to Pollyanna when she has a very bad accident?

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Oxford Bookworms Playscripts: One Thousand Dollars and Other Plays Audio CD Pack

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Level 2: 700-Word Vocabulary

O. Henry and John Escott

Format: Paperback

A2/B1

Money or love? Which is more important in life? Can money buy anything? Can it help a young man to marry the girl he loves? Does money really make people happy, or does it just cause problems? These four plays about money, love, and life are adapted from short stories written a hundred years ago by the great American storyteller O. Henry. Henry had his own difficulties with money and loneliness, and wrote from personal experience.

Oxford Bookworms Library Level 2: The Importance of Being Earnest Playscript audio CD pack

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Oscar Wilde Retold by Susan Kingsley

Format: Mixed media format

A2/B1

Cecily agrees to marry Algernon, but only if his name is Ernest, too, and things become difficult for the two young men.

Oxford Bookworms Playscripts: The Importance of Being Earnest

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Third Edition

Level 2: 700-Word Vocabulary

Oscar Wilde and Susan Kingsley

Format: Paperback

A2/B1

This famous play by Oscar Wilde is one of the finest comedies in the English language. Algernon knows that his friend Jack does not always tell the truth. For example, in town his name is Ernest, while in the country he calls himself Jack. And who is the girl who gives him presents "from little Cecily, with all her love"? But when the beautiful Gwendolen Fairfax says that she can only love a man whose name is Ernest, Jack decides to change his name, and become Ernest forever. Then Cecily agrees to marry Algernon, but only if his name is Ernest, too, and things become a little difficult for the two young men.

Oxford Bookworms Playscripts: One Thousand Dollars and Other Plays

Catalog

Third Edition

Level 2: 700-Word Vocabulary

O. Henry and John Escott

Format: Paperback

A2/B1

Money or love? Which is more important in life? Can money buy anything? Can it help a young man to marry the girl he loves? Does money really make people happy, or does it just cause problems? These four plays about money, love, and life are adapted from short stories written a hundred years ago by the great American storyteller O. Henry. Henry had his own difficulties with money and loneliness, and wrote from personal experience.

Oxford Bookworms Library: The Jungle Book

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Third Edition

Level 2: 700-Word Vocabulary

Rudyard Kipling

Format: Paperback

A2/B1

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Oxford Bookworms Playscripts: Five Short Plays

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Third Edition

Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary

Martyn Ford

Format: Paperback

A1/A2

What do you do if you have a boring job in a restaurant, serving fast food to people who have no time to eat? Smile, and do your best? Perhaps it's better to find a place where time doesn't matter so much. What if you dream of travelling to other countries, but your friends just laugh? Do you stay at home with them? Or do you decide to be more adventurous? Perhaps you hear that someone has bought the last bag of salt in town. Do you buy a bag from him at a high price? Or try to make him give you a bag? Our world is full of these kinds of problems. They make life interesting, and sometimes very funny. These five short plays show people trying to decide what to do in unexpected or difficult situations.

Oxford Bookworms Playscripts: The Murder of Mary Jones

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Third Edition

Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary

Time Vicary

Format: Paperback

A1/A2

At the start of this play, the court room is full for today's trial. Two young men, Simon Clark and Dan Smith, stand up. The clerk asks, "Are you guilty of the murder of Mary Jones?" "Not guilty!" they reply. But perhaps they are guilty. The police found the murder weapon in their stolen car, and there was blood on Simon's face. If the court finds them guilty, they will go to prison for a very long time. Can the lawyers find out the truth, by asking the right questions? Everyone in court wants to know who murdered Mary Jones, especially her mother, and her boyfriend, Jim. You can help to find the answer, too!

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Oxford Bookworms Playscripts: A Ghost in Love and Other Plays

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Third Edition

Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary

Michael Dean

Format: Paperback

A1/A2

Do you believe in ghosts? Jerry doesn't. He's a nineteen-year-old American, who just wants a good holiday with his friend, Brad. They are travelling round the north of England by bicycle. But strange things begin to happen in the small hotel where they are staying. First, Brad seems to think that he has been there before. And then a girl called Ellen appears . . . The first of these three original plays is set in the seventeenth century, and the other two take place in modern times. In each play, a ghost comes back from the dead to change the lives of living people.

Oxford Bookworms Playscripts: The Butler Did It and Other Plays

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Third Edition

Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary

Bill Bowler and Clare West

Format: Paperback

A1/A2

How do you get a licence if you want to keep a monkey? What can you do if your wife has a lover? How can you see into the future? Where can you go for an exciting but cheap holiday somewhere hot and far away? How can you persuade your girlfriend or boyfriend to marry you? The characters in these six original short plays are looking for answers to these questions. While trying to solve their problems, people get into some very funny situations. Each play gives an amusing view of life today, and there is often an unexpected ending.

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