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The Oxford Learner's Bookshelf App is available for For a better experience, download the app version. Read more 3. Written for Learners of English by Rowena Akinyemi. It is the year , and the planet Earth is dying.
The Artificial Ozone Layer is only years old, but it is breaking up fast. Now the sun is burning down on Earth with a white fire. There is no water. Without water, nothing can live.
Trees die, plants die, animals die, people die. Retold for Learners of English by Nick Bullard. Tom Sawyer does not like school. He does not like work, and he never wants to get out of bed in the morning.
But he likes swimming and fishing, and having adventures with his friends. And he has a lot of adventures. One night, he and his friend Huck Finn go to the graveyard to look for ghosts. Retold for Learners of English by Diane Mowat.
When the children dug a hole in the gravel-pit, they were very surprised at what they found. It was a strange little thing - fat and furry, and with eyes on long stalks. It was often very cross and unfriendly, but it could give wishes - one Retold for Learners of English by John Escott. When Christmas comes for the four March girls, there is no money for expensive presents and they give away their Christmas breakfast to a poor family.
They miss their father, of course, who is away at the Civil War, but they try Then I saw something in the corner that made my blood turn cold.
Scudder was lying on his back.