This graded reading series offers exciting real-life stories in print, audio and video format. Headwords have been selected from such databanks as the Collins COBUILD Bank of English, British National Corpus and BYU Corpus of American English. Colour photographs and a dual-purpose audio-video DVD combine with the highly enjoyable stories to help students develop English language skills through reading, listening and watching.
Arctic Whale Danger!
In the Arctic Ocean, a baby whale gets to close to land and cannot get back to the water. Will it survive?
Dinosaurs, ancient creatures, how big could they be? Join a team of scientists to trace dinosaur bones.
Elephants have feelings like human beings. Find out how people make the elephants happy.
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Dr. Rob Waring is an Associate professor at Notre Dame Seishin Women's University in Okayama, japan. His research interests include Extensive Reading and Listening, vocabulary acquisition and reading. He is co-author of the Foundations Reading Library and series editor of Page Turners Reading Library and Footprint Reading library all by Heinle Cengage.
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