A level 2 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Retold for Learners of English by Jennifer Bassett. There, on top of the mushroom, was a large caterpillar, smoking a pipe. After a while the Caterpillar took the pipe out of its mouth and said to Alice in a slow, sleep voice, 'Who are you?' What strange things happen when Alice falls down the rabbit-hole and into Wonderland! She has conversations with the Caterpillar and the Cheshire Cat, goes to the Mad Hatter's tea party, plays croquet with the King and Queen of Hearts…
Эта красочная книга в виде чемоданчика с ручкой выполнена на ламинированном картоне. К изданию прилагается плюшевая игрушка-гусеница (205х40 мм). На изображениях фруктов, сделаны круглые отверстия, и ребенок может подсчитать, сколько яблок, слив и клубники съедала прожорливая гусеница каждый день. This much-loved classic picture book follows the caterpillar's week while he eats through a range of foods in preparation for his hibernation and subsequent appearance as a beautiful butterfly. With its die-cut pages and holes to explore, this is a richly satisfying book for children. The cuddly caterpillar toy can be pushed through the giant holes as children follow this simple, hopeful story.
A Starter level Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Written for Learners of English by Helen Brooke. You are in a small plane, going across the Rocky Mountains. Suddenly, the engine starts to make strange noises… Soon you are alone, in the snow, at the top of a mountain, and it is very, very cold. Can you find your way out of the mountain?
A level 1 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Written for Learners of English by Judith Dean. In a city in Arabia there lives a boy called Aladdin. He is poor and often hungry, but one day he finds an old lamp. When he rubs the lamp, smoke comes out of it, and then out of the smoke comes a magical jinnee. With the jinnee's help, Aladdin is soon rich, with gold and jewels and many fine things. But can he win the love of the Sultan's daughter, the beautiful Princess Badr-al-Budur?
Philip Marlowe?s on a case: his client, a dried-up husk of a woman, wants him to recover a rare gold coin called a Brasher Doubloon, missing from her late husband?s collection. That?s the simple part. It becomes more complicated when Marlowe finds that everyone who handles the coin suffers a run of very bad luck: they always end up dead. That?s also unlucky for a private investigator, because leaving a trail of corpses around LA gets cops? noses out of joint. If Marlowe doesn?t wrap this one up fast, he?s going to end up in jail ? or worse, in a box in the ground . . .