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Dominoes, New Edition: Dian and the Gorillas

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Second Edition

Level 3: 1,000-Word Vocabulary

Norma Shapiro

Format: Paperback

Language Level: B1

Over the years hunters, poachers, and war have killed many of the gorillas of central Africa. But there are still a few hundred living high in the mists of the Virunga Mountains.

When Dian Fossey first saw a family of wild mountain gorillas in the Virungas she knew that she must help these wonderful animals. This true story tells of the twenty years she lived with them, watched them, wrote about them, and protected them. In the end, she gave her life for them.

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Dominoes: Revolution

Catalog

Second Edition

Level 3: 1,000-Word Vocabulary

Jann Huizenga and Linda Huizenga

Format: Paperback

Language Level: B1

'All men are created equal...'

When Thomas Jefferson wrote these words in June 1776, in the American Declaration of Independence, he started something that was very much bigger than he imagined.

This book looks at the history around that Declaration, and at the Revolution that led to the birth of the United States of America.

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Dominoes, New Edition: My Family and Other Animals

Catalog

Second Edition

Level 3: 1,000-Word Vocabulary

Gerald Durrell
Text adaptation by Bill Bowler

Format: Paperback

Language Level: B1

The weather in England that summer had been so awful that Gerald's mother sold the family house and took her children to live on the Mediterranean island of Corfu. Between lessons, the ten-year-old Gerald was free to walk round the sunny island and discover the wonderful people and animals living there. This is the story of Gerald's adventures with the fascinating animals of Corfu, and, of course, with his surprising family and their friends.

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Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: The Everest Story

Catalog

Level 3: 1000-Word Vocabulary

Tim Vicary

Format: Paperback

Language Level: B1

It is beautiful to look at, hard to reach, and terribly difficult to climb. Winds of 200 kilometres per hour or more scream across it day and night, while the temperature falls to -20 °C or lower. Every year, some who try to climb the highest mountain in the world do not return. But for a century people have been coming to climb Everest - some alone, some in groups, but all with a dream of going to the highest place in the world. This is their story.