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Dominoes Quick Starter Merlin

Catalog

Second Edition

Janet Hardy-Gould

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

'Be careful with Morfran,' Princess Adhan tells her young son, Merlin.

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Dominoes Quick Starter Crying Wolf and Other Tales

Catalog

Second Edition

Aesop
Text adaptation by Janet Hardy-Gould

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

'Help! A wolf is eating my sheep!'

What happens when a bored shepherd boy lies to the people in his village - or when he later tells the truth?

What do a man and his wife do when their goose lays golden eggs? And what can two travellers learn from a bear in the woods?

These three old Greek tales teach us important truths about people today.

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Dominoes Quick Starter Troy Audio Pack

Catalog

Second Edition

Retold by Bill Bowler

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

'I see Troy in flames years from now - because Paris brings disaster to us,' Queen Hecuba says about her son.

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Dominoes Quick Starter Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves

Catalog

Second Edition

Retold by Janet Hardy-Gould

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

Ali Baba finds a thieves' treasure cave, and he is suddenly rich. Then his brother Kasim visits the cave, and things go wrong.

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Dominoes Quick Starter Perseus

Catalog

Second Edition

Oscar Wilde, Text adaptation by Bill Bowler

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

Medusa is a she-monster with snakes for hair. Can Perseus find and kill Medusa? And what happens after he goes back to Seriphos?

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Oxford Bookworms Library: Pirate Treasure

Catalog

Third Edition

Starter: 250-Word Vocabulary

Phillip Burrows and Mark Foster

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

Bookworms are the World's Best Leveled Readers Series.

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Sinbad: Sinbad

Catalog

Second Edition

Starter Level: 250-Word Vocabulary

Retold by Janet Hardy-Gould

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

Sinbad the sailor spends many years at sea. He visits strange countries, meets some strange people and some frightening animals. He is sometimes rich, sometimes poor and always in danger. But all the time he is learning from his adventures, until finally he returns home to Baghdad, an older and wiser man.

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Dominoes: Hercules

Catalog

Second Edition

Starter Level: 250-Word Vocabulary

Retold by Janet Hardy-Gould

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

Dominoes are perfect for reading practice and language skills development in class or during individual study.

Hercules is the strongest man in the world, but one day he does something very bad.

The priestess at Delphi tells him: 'The gods are angry with you. For twelve years you must work with King Eurystheus, and do twelve tasks for him. When you finish, the gods can forgive your crime.'

Some tasks are easier, and some tasks are more difficult.

Can Hercules finish all twelve of them? And what happens when he does?

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Dominoes: Journey to the Centre of the Earth

Catalog

Second Edition

Starter Leve: 250-Word Vocabulary

Jules Verne
Text adaptation by Merinda Wilson

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

Dominoes are perfect for reading practice and language skills development in class or during individual study.

In Hamburg, Germany, Professor Otto Lidenbrock comes home with an old Icelandic book. In it there is a message about a journey to the centre of the Earth.

This is the beginning of one of Jules Verne's most exciting stories.

'Is this message true? We must go to Iceland and see!' says Lidenbrock excitedly. But his nephew, Axel, wants to stay at home.

Can Lidenbrock and Axel - and their Icelandic guide, Hans - find the centre of the Earth? And can they all get home alive after their many underground adventures?

Dominoes: Around the World in Eighty Days

Catalog

Second Edition

Starter Level: 250-Word Vocabulary

Jules Verne
Text adaptation by Bill Bowler

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1

'Today you can go round the world in eighty days,' says Phileas Fogg.

'Do it, and I pay you 20,000 pounds,' says his friend Stuart.


This is the beginning of one of Jules Verne's most exciting stories. Phileas Fogg must get back to London by December 21st or lose all his money. And with the help of his servant, Passepartout, Fogg travels in many ways - from train to elephant - and has some surprising adventures on the way.

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