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Oxford Bookworms Library Level 6: A Passage To India

Catalogue

Graded readers for secondary and adult learners

E. M. Forster

Format: Paperback

Language Level: B2/C1

A mysterious incident at the Marabar Caves, involving Adela Quested, newly arrived from England, and Dr Aziz, an Indian doctor, leads to a drama that divides the British and Indian communities in anger, distrust, and fear.

Oxford Bookworms Library Factfiles Level 1: Titanic

Catalogue

Third Edition

Graded readers for secondary and adult learners

Tim Vicary

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1/A2

For many of the people in this small city on the sea, this is their last night alive...

Oxford Bookworms Library Level 6: Night Without End

Catalogue

A new secondary course which helps students become successful, independent language learners.

Alistair MacLean Retold by Margaret Naudi

Format: Paperback

Language Level: B2/C1

Why did the airliner crash in the first place? Who smashed the radio to pieces? And why does the dead pilot have a bullet hole in his back?

Oxford Bookworms Library Factfiles Level 1: Animals in Danger

Catalogue

Third Edition

Graded readers for secondary and adult learners

Andy Hopkins and Joc Potter

Format: Paperback

Language Level: A1/A2

What can we do to protect the animals of the world - from us?

Oxford Bookworms Library Level 1: Five Short Plays

Catalogue

Third Edition

Graded readers for secondary and adult learners

Martyn Ford

Format: Paperback

Language Level: 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?

Oxford Bookworms Library Level 6: Oliver Twist

Catalogue

A new secondary course which helps students become successful, independent language learners.

Charles Dickens Retold by Richard Rogers

Format: Paperback

Language Level: B2/C1

London in the 1830s was no place to be if you were a hungry ten-year-old boy, an orphan without friends or family, with no home to go to, and only a penny in your pocket to buy a piece of bread.