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  • A Christmas Carol


    It is 24th December – the night before Christmas. Ebenezer Scrooge doesn’t like Christmas.

    Christmas is an expensive time, and Scrooge likes one thing: money. So he doesn’t like to give money to poor children in the London streets – or to Bob Cratchit. Cratchit works in Scrooge’s office, and get little money for hid hard work.

    Scrooge is not a nice man. But when he gets home that night, three ghosts visit him.

    Can the ghosts change this bad old man into a better man?

  • A Pretty Face


    Zoe Baker works in a bookstore. She also likes acting, and she has a part in the play Romeo and Juliet. Mike Morrison writes about the play for the newspaper. What does he write about Zoe? Is Zoe a good actress … or is she just ‘a pretty face’?

    What does Zoe think when she reads the newspaper? What does she do?

  • Around the World in Eighty Days


    ‘Today you can go round the world in eighty days,’ says Phileas Fogg. ‘Do it, and I pay you 20,000 pounds,’ says his friend Stuart.

    This is the beginning of one of Jules Verne’s most exciting stories. Phileas Fogg must get back to London by December 21st or lose all his money. And with the help of his servant, Passepartout, Fogg travels in many ways – from train to elephant – and has some surprising adventures on the way.

  • Blackbeard


    The year is 1717. It is a bad time to be the captain of a ship in the Caribbean because of pirates. The most frightening pirate on the sea is Edward Teach, or ‘Blackbeard’.

    ‘The Governor of Virginia wants us all dead!’ Blackbeard thinks. ‘But can he kill me – the most famous pirate in the Caribbean? No!’

    This is his story…

  • Changing Places


    Hal works at the zoo every day and his life isn’t exciting until he meets Tim.

    Tim is a movie star. He has a difficult life, and he is unhappy until he meets Hal.

    But when they meet, and agree to change places, interesting things start to happen. And, by changing places, the two men learn what is truly important in their lives.

  • Heidi


    ‘I’m not going with you, Aunt Dete!’ Heidi cries.

    ‘Oh yes, you are!’ Dete answers.

    Heidi loves her home in the Swiss mountains, her grandfather, and her friend Peter, the goatherd. So when Aunt Dete takes her away to Frankfurt, she doesn’t leave happily.

    In Frankfurt, Heidi is soon good friends with Clara Sesemann, a rich but very ill girl in a wheelchair.

    But how can Heidi live without the mountains? And what can she do about Fräulein Rottenmeier, the Sesemanns’ unfriendly housekeeper?

  • Hercules


    Hercules is the strongest man in the world, but one day he does something very bad.

    The priestess at Delphi tells him: ‘The gods are angry with you. For twelve years you must work for King Eurystheus, and do twelve tasks for him. When you finish, the gods can forgive your crime.’

    Some tasks are easier, and some tasks are more difficult. Can Hercules finish all twelve of them? And what happens when he does?

  • Journey to the Centre of the Earth


    In Hamburg, Germany, Professor Otto Lidenbrock comes home with an old Icelandic book. In it there is a message about a journey to the centre of the Earth.
    Can Lidenbrock and Axel and their Icelandic guide, Hans, find the centre of the Earth? And can they all get home alive after their many underground adventures?

  • Moby-Dick


    ‘My friend Queequeg and I are looking for whaling work,’ Ishmael says.

    Ishmael is a sailor from New York. With Queequeg the harpooner, he takes work on Captain Ahab’s whaling-ship, the Pequod. The ship’s first mate, Starbuck, wants to hunt whales for their oil. But Captain Ahab isn’t interested. In the hunt for a white whale twenty years earlier, the captain lost a leg. So now Ahab wants revenge on the white whale – Moby-Dick!

    Who lives? Who dies? And what happens to Ishmael?

  • Mulan


    When the Emperor calls every man to join the army and fight the enemy, Mulan’s father is old and ill, and cannot go. Wearing men’s clothes and riding a horse, Mulan leaves her family and fights bravely for the Emperor in her father’s place.

    She is soon a hero for all the soldiers in the Chinese army. One of them, Ye Ming, is her best friend. But does he know that she is a woman? And can Mulan fall in love with a friend?

  • Rip Van Winkle & The Legend of Sleepy Hollow


    In the first of these stories, Rip Van Winkle sleeps for over twenty years, and then wakes up to a world that he no longer understands. In the other story, Ichabod Crane, the school teacher, meets a headless rider in the middle of a dark night. These two classic tales of the supernatural by Washington Irving have been popular for nearly two hundred years.

  • Sheherazade


    King Shahriyar cannot trust women. Every afternoon he marries a wife, but the next morning he always kills her. One day, the Vizier cannot find any more wives for the King. What can he do?

    ‘I can be Shahriyar’s new wife!’ says Sheherazade, his older daughter. ‘God willing I can stay alive, and help the women of our country.’

    But how can Sheherezade stay alive for a thousand and one nights? And does Shahriyar learn to trust women again in the end?

  • Sherlock Holmes: The Reigate Puzzle


    Sherlock Holmes needs rest so Dr Watson takes him to the country. They stay near Reigate. Everything is quiet here, isn’t it?

    But thieves are working in the village – and then there is murder. ‘Can Mr Holmes help?’ asks the police inspector.

    Sherlock Holmes never likes to rest. So yes, he can help. Can Holmes solve the puzzle?

  • Sherlock Holmes: The Speckled Band


    ‘Help me,’ says Helen Stoner. ‘My sister died, and now I am going to die too.’

    Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson must answer the question of how Julia Stoner died, two years ago. If they cannot, then Helen Stoner will die too. But her house is very strange – and her stepfather, Dr Grimesby Roylott, is very angry and does not want Holmes there.

    Who killed Julia, and how? And why did she say The speckled band!’ before she died?

  • Sinbad


    Sinbad the sailor spends many years at sea. He visits strange countries, meets some strange people and some frightening animals. He is sometimes rich, sometimes poor… and always in danger. But all the time he is learning from his adventures, until finally he returns home to Baghdad, an older and wiser man.

  • The Big Story


    ‘Bring me something new and exciting. Bring me a BIG story!’ says Rosie’s editor at The Record newspaper.

    And, when she leaves the office, Rosie does find a story. A story that is bigger than she expects. A story that takes her across Europe, into a dangerous world of art and art thieves.