books for children


Twins

Tim is determined to win the Arkwright Student of the Year award and take his mother on the First Prize trip to Disneyland Paris.

He starts a Keep Arkwright Tidy campaign and everything is looking good until he and his friend William get into big trouble in the park.

How can Tim win the prize now? Maybe – just maybe – he can blame his mystery twin brother …

Publisher: Helbling Languages
Publication Date: May 2012
Number of pages: 86
ISBN: 978 3 85272 293 1


Mr Football

Gary is fifteen and he wants to become a professional footballer, just like his dad. When three students from Gary’s school get the opportunity to win a place at Crossbridge Football Academy, Gary automatically thinks he will be one of them. But things aren’t always as simple as they seem …

Publisher: Helbling Languages
Publication Date: January 2010
Number of pages: 94
ISBN: 978 3 85272 159 0




The New Boy

Ali stayed away from Darwish. You never argued with Darwish. He was bad news. But everything changed when Raju arrived. Raju was different. Now Darwish had a new victim, and Ali didn't know how he could help his new friend.

The New Boy is a 1st Secondary Level Reader written for ELCD, Ministry of Education, Sultanate of Oman.

Publisher: English Language Curriculum Department, Ministry of Education, Sultanate of Oman
Publication Date: 2003
Number of pages: 96




Triangle

At the end of a working holiday in the Caribbean, Dan, Matt and their sister Emma are ready for adventure. So, when an offer comes their way for a voyage into the Triangle, they take it. But who can they trust? Franco and the two other strangers they meet in the Tradewinds café? Or Tate, the bad-tempered skipper of their boat? What secret is Franco hiding? What does Tate know about the Triangle? Are the dangers of the Triangle real or imaginary? One thing is certain. The voyage into the Triangle is going to change their lives forever. Triangle is a 2nd Secondary Level Reader written for ELCD, Ministry of Education, Sultanate of Oman.

Triangle is a 2nd Secondary Level Reader written for ELCD, Ministry of Education, Sultanate of Oman.

Publisher: English Language Curriculum Department, Ministry of Education, Sultanate of Oman
Publication Date: 2003
Number of pages: 92


Three Fairy Tales

Simple and humorous adaptations of three of the world's most popular fairy tales: Rapunzel, Rumplestiltskin, and The Golden Goose. This title is in the Mac Readers for Kids series (Level 3B).

Publisher: Macmillan
Publication Date: 1998
Number of pages: 32


The Sunbird Mystery

What is the Sunbird? Does it really exist? Travel to Africa with Steven and Laura in their search for this beautiful bird.

The Sunbird Mystery is published in the Mac Readers for Kids series (Level 6A)

Publisher: Macmillan
Publication Date: 1998
Number of pages: 32
ISBN: 0 333 71345 1


The Sunbird Mystery

This version of The Sunbird Mystery comes in the Way Ahead Reader series, Level 5A (Primary Reader Arab World version).

A chance accident leads Steven to a meeting with a famous ornithologist Dr. James Clarke. Through Clarke, Steven and his sister Laura go on the trail of the mythical sunbird that lives in Africa. But someone else is looking for the sunbird too and he'll stop at nothing to find it.

Publisher: Macmillan
Publication Date: 1998
Number of pages: 32
ISBN: 0 333 67501 0




Water

From Phoenix Readers: Level 2. Water is a reading book in the second level of a series of reading materials for learners to enjoy at home and at school. The language level is early intermediate (100-150 hours of English). The book explores a factual subject, developing the theme in a variety of ways. Topics include: How deep is the water? Water stories, Mermaids, Water machines and water inventions, The Sea Monster, Ice and Water, Water words.

Publisher: Phoenix ELT (A division of Prentice Hall International)
Publication Date: 1996
Number of pages: 48
ISBN: 0 13 460700 7




Earth

This is the second level (early intermediate) in a series of reading materials for learners to enjoy at home and at school. Earth comes with recorded material for use in the Self Access Centre, the Book Corner, or at home. Its mix of fact and fiction stimulates the imagination and appeals to different individual interests. Topics include: Earth facts, Earth in the past, Earth myths, Deserts, Beliefs about the Earth, Legends of the volcano, Things that grow in the soil, The secret of Lascaux, Diamonds, The King of Ceylon's ruby, Gold.

Publisher: Phoenix ELT
Publication Date: 1996
Number of pages: 48
ISBN: 0 13 242264 6