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One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is Hemingway's Nobel Prize-winning story of a Cuban fisherman's struggle with a great fish - a struggle between man and the elements, the hunter and the hunted.
Michael and his family are sailing around the world in their yacht, the "Peggy Sue". Michael falls overboard and is washed up on a remote island. He must learn to survive on his own, until the day he discovers he is not alone.
Billy Elliot's not like his Dad. He doesn't want to learn boxing or be a miner. Instead, he is fascinated by the grace and magic of ballet and is determined to dance. Set at the time of the miner's strike, the story traces Billy's fight against the prejudice of a northern community and family.
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is the story of a young boy's journey through Europe after escaping from the camp where he has lived all his life. Faced with a host of new experiences, David gradually begins to understand the world around him.
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is the story of a couple - one Protestant and one Catholic - in search of love and freedom in Belfast.
One of a series offering classic and contemporary fiction and other literary work for schools, to suit a range of ages and tastes.
Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean and lonely businessman who despises the meaning of Christmas until one Christmas Eve when he is visited by the ghosts of his past, present and future...
When Ludlow Fitch escapes from his treacherous parents, he falls in with a mysterious pawnbroker who trades in people's secrets. Ludlow begins work recording the darkest stories of the villagers in the ancient Black Book of Secrets. But how long before the villagers realise the hold that the pawnbroker has over them? And how will Ludlow confront his own terrible secret?
Covering such themes as forced child labour, friendship and evil adults, tis title is suitable for teaching. It helps you explore the genre, study the craft of suspense, and analyse writing styles that suit different purposes.
These stories are intended as a way of introducing Shakespeare to lower secondary students. The language provides a flavour of the plays yet remains accesssible to a wide ability range.
The birth of a daughter - Kahu - breaks the lineage of a Maori tribe. Rejected by her grandfather, Kahu develops the ability to communicate with whales, echoing those of the ancient Whale Rider after whom she was named. This magical and mythical novel tells of the conflict between tradition and heritage, from the perspective of Kahu's grandfather, and Kahu's destiny to secure the tribe's future.
One of a series offering classic and contemporary writing for schools to suit a range of ages and tastes. Suitable for study at GCSE level, this novel contains scenes which may be disturbing for younger readers.
This selection of 16 Greek myths provides tales of adventure, courage and mystery. Geraldine McCaughrean's re-telling makes them accessible for Key Stage 3 pupils.
A collection of stories from Michael Morpurgo that explore different narrative styles and viewpoints. Each story is introduced by Michael Morpurgo, while teachers' notes look at the narrative techniques and devices used in the stories.
One of a series which offers classic and contemporary fiction for schools to suit a range of ages and tastes this book contains adaptations of "Macbeth", "Romeo and Juliet", "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "Twelfth Night", "The Merchant of Venice" and "The Tempest".
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is Sue Townsend's wry and witty diary of the adolescent Adrian Mole.
This powerful novel tells how, for the black slaves of nineteenth century America, heaven didn't lie in the blue beyond, but over the border in free Canada. Age 12+
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is a sympathetic look at the confusions of adolescence. Buddy's father, still dreaming of his teddy-boy youth, turns to crime, and his mother leaves home to make a better life for herself.
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is a collection of retellings of some of Chaucer's stories and character sketches in "Canterbury Tales".
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools. Carrie and her brother Nick are evacuated to a Welsh mountain village in 1939, and become closely involved with several memorable characters.
One of a series of fiction for schools. The moral of this story, set in the 21st century, is that freedom has to be won and kept by the young. It won the "Guardian" Prize for Children's Literature.
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this Newbery Award-winning story tells of an Indian girl abandoned in 1835 on a lonely, rocky island off the Californian coast.
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools. These retellings of Shakespeare stories focus on "The Taming of the Shrew", "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "The Merchant of Venice", "Henry IV Part 1", "Henry V", "Twelfth Night", "Julius Caesar", "Hamlet", "King Lear", "Macbeth" and "The Tempest".
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is a story of four children trekking from Poland to Switzerland to find their parents after the war.
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is a retelling of 32 legends from Greek mythology.
One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is Wells's classic science-fiction tale in which Martians descend on the Home Counties.