Original / American English Martin Luther King had a dream. He wanted blacks and whites to live together happily. But in America in the 1950s and 1960s, all men were not equal. King led peaceful protests against the government and won changes for the blacks of America. But has King's dream really (...)
Mole is happy in his little house - so happy, he plays and sings outside. Then he meets Water Rat, and his new friend shows him many things - horses, the river, boats, a village, and a gypsy caravan!. That year, Mole and Rat make more new friends; Otter in the river, Toad at Toad Hall, Badger, and (...)
Roald Dahls sensational, silly and scary stories sit alongside Shaun the Sheep, Wallace and Gromit, Thumbelina, Pollyanna, the Wizard of Oz, Sherlock Holmes and more classic childrens tales with Penguin Kids 2014. Open your students eyes to the worlds most beloved childrens stories and (...)
From the top of Mount Rushmore, the heads of four U.S. presidents look down on the world below: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. Who were these great men? How did they become president? And what changes did they bring to the United States of America?
Freddy lives on a Pacific Island. There, the fishermen-and Freddy's father-can only make good money from shark finning. Will sharks have to die so Freddy can go to college? Or can he and his friends bring money to the island and protect the sharks?
Classic / British English Mary Lennox goes to live with her uncle in a big, old house in the country. There are many gardens round the house. One day Mary finds a garden that has high walls and no doors. What is the secret of the garden?
There are strange and horrible creatures, witches, a boy with no heart, and screams that are heard in the night. M.R. James was one of the greatest ghost and horror writers of all time, and this collection of nine stories introduces you to his chilling genius.