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A small mining community in New Zealand is devastated when 'the snow tiger' (an avalanche) rips apart their entire township in a matter of minutes, killing fifty-four people. In the course of the ensuing enquiry, the antagonisms and fears of the community are laid bare, and a ruthless battle, for control of a multi-million pound international mining group, is exposed. The tension in the courtroom mounts as each survivor gives his graphic account of the terrifying sequence of events.
Tiger wants to play in the snow but his friends are too busy or too cold to join him until they see how much fun he has sledding.
Oxford Read and Imagine graded readers are at eight levels (Starter, Beginner, and Levels 1 to 6) for students from age 4 and older. They offer great stories to read and enjoy.Activities provide Cambridge Young Learner Exams preparation.At Levels 1 to 6, every storybook reader links to an Oxford Read and Discover non-fiction reader.Audio in a choice of American and British English is available for every reader. At Levels Starter and Beginner, this audio is free to download from below for Oxford Teachers' Club members, or from the Student's Site at Levels 1 to 6, audio is available in CD packs for every reader.
A historical work of fiction with a bit of fantasy. Set in feudal Japan in the 18th century. In feudal Japan, it has been said that ""The Sword is the Soul of the Samurai."" Fujii Yukitora is an impoverished ronin who struggles to raise his two children after the death of his wife. Tange Sakura is a lone swordswoman who has engaged in the warriors' path to seek to better her skills. Hidemasa is a young samurai, orphaned and seeking guidance. Chief Retainer Saito Banzaemon seeks to be kind to commoners of his domain, but he has secret lusts within him. What happens when these four warriors seek to learn the true nature of a sword's soul?
The Algernon stories were created as a bedtime read or story for young children. They are about a very small tiger cub and the adventures he has. Tom wove stories to include kindness, good manners, and good behavior while still making them fun to listen to.
A study of the endangered Siberian tiger describes the big cat's role in its environment and the joint efforts of Russian researchers and U.S. wildlife biologists to preserve the endangered animal.
For all readers who have ever lent an enthusiastic ear to a wonderfully well told tale, or tumbled gladly into pages that could transport them anywhere, now comes novelist Peter David’s enchanting new work of fantasy. Action-packed and suspenseful, heart-tugging and wise, it weaves a spell both hauntingly familiar and utterly irresistible for those who have ever surrendered themselves to flights of fancy, and have whispered in their hearts, “I believe.” Paul Dear is a good and clever boy, doted on by a father who fills his son’s head with tall tales, thrilling legends, and talk of fairy-folk, and by a mother who indulges these fantastic stories and tempers them with common sense. But Paul is special in ways that even his adoring parents could never have imagined. For by day, in London’s Kensington Gardens, he walks and talks with the pixies and sprites and other magical creatures that dwell among the living–but are unseen by most. And at night in his room, a boy much like himself, yet not, beckons to Paul from the mirror to come adventuring. It’s a happy life for Paul, made all the more so by the birth of his baby sister. But everything changes when tragedy strikes, and Paul concludes that there’s only one course of action he can take to dispel the darkness and make things right again. And like countless heroes before him, he knows that he must risk everything to save the day. Thus begins a quest that will lead Paul down the city’s bustling streets, to a curio shop where a magical ally awaits him, and launches him into the starry skies, bound for a realm where anything is possible. Far from home, he will run with fierce Indian warriors, cross swords with fearsome pirates, befriend a magnificent white tiger, and soar beside an extraordinary, ageless boy who reigns in a boundless world of imagination. Brimming with the sly humor and breathless excitement of a traditional Victorian bedtime story, deftly embroidered with its own unique wisdom and wonder, Tigerheart is a hymn to childhood’s happiness and heartbreak, a meditation on the love, courage, sacrifice, and faith that shape us and define our lives, and a splendidly rendered modern fable–for readers of any age–that brilliantly proves itself a worthy brother to the timeless classic that serve as its inspiration.
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