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T. Mark Nichols, Bank Square Books, Mystic.
Reading books in English
Let's reread in English, even if you are a newbie! My recommendation is to go to Amazon.com and look for these books, and also view the books that are similar to these suggested ones. "James and the Guant Peach" by Roald Dahl: This novel is about a little kid who gets away from his bad assistants by taking an adventurous trip in a huge ape.
It is about a young Danish maiden who decided to rescue her girlfriend during the Second World War. One of the most popular and most popular books about a crab that chooses to rescue a swine, this classical novel is astonishing. Fun, sweet and attentive! It was my sister's favourite when she was a kid.
It' a fun tale about a man who all of a sudden has a home full of pinguins! It' another reflective, fun one. "My Side of the Mountain" by Jean Craighead George: Every young man who was reading this novel dreamt of going into the forest and being out in it. It'?s a classical adventurous tale.
"Hatchet " by Gary Paulsen: In this novel a boy's airplane crashed in the wild and he had to live. This is another beautiful adventurous tale about life in the countryside. It'?s a tale grounded in a real tale. Girls are dumped on an isle for 20 years, and she has to live.
You have two ways to study books in English: It is possible to look up the words in the lexicon without looking it up. You like to be a reader? You like to work in English? Which books do you suggest?
Items - Early English books online
The Early English Books On-Line ( "EEBO") is the final on-line compilation of early English language print works and works produced in England, enabling the discovery of over 125,000 pre-1700 books in the form of digitised photocopies via a user friendly user experience designed for early Modernist scientists. There is no other source of early contemporary science as extensive as Early English Books On-line.
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