My English Textbooks And Audio Collection

My English Textbooks And Audio Collection

My English Textbooks And Audio Collection

Here are some of them

1.London (Oxford Bookworms Factfiles Level 1)
Author: John Escott
Published by: Oxford University Press

Chase (Penguin Readers Level 1)
Author: John Escott
Published by: Longman - Pearson Education

Harry Black is a thief. He takes a famous painting and puts it in an old newspaper.

But then the recycling truck arrives—and where is Harry's newspaper?

the Opera (Oxford Bookworms, Level 1)
Author: Jennfier Bassett
Published by: Oxford Bookworms (Oxford University Press)
Pages: 32
File type: DjVu, pdf + mp3

Author: Hazel Imbert
Published by: BBC English
File type: pdf+mp3

MUZZY AT THE SEASIDE (Reader to accompany Muzzy in Gondoland)

Join Muzzy and his friends in a new, specially written and illustrated series of adventures in these new Muzzy readers.
Muzzy readers are designed to reinforce and expand the language learned in Muzzy in Gondoland.
Specially recorded audiocassette is available to accompany this reader

File type: mp3 + pdf

7 best stories by Ernest Hemingway
Level: Intermediate
Read by Lisa Rae Campbell
audio + texts

1. The short happy life of Francis Macomber
2. Ten Indians
3. Hills like white elephants
4. A canary for one
5. In another country
6. Cat in the rain
7. The snows of Kilimanjaro

7.Anne of Green Gables (Oxford BOOKWORMS Level 2)
Author: L. M. Montgomery
Published by: Oxford University Press
File size: 4.5 + 21 Mb
Pages: 62

8.Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Oxford BOOKWORMS Level 2)
Author: Lewis Carroll
Published by: Oxford University Press
File size: 3.1 Mb
Pages: 63
File type: PDF

Charlotte Brontë - Jane Eyre
MacMillan Readers Level 2 (Beginner, 600 words)

A classic love story which was first published in 1847. Numerous plays, films and television adaptations have been made of this great novel.
Jane works as a governess in the house of the mysterious Mr Rochester. Despite some misgivings, they fall in love. But Mr Rochester has a terrible secret from his past.

File type: 1) mp3 (64 kbps), pdf, sct 2) pdf => RAR + 3%

Cinderella - Retold by miss Mulock

Audiobook with text in PDF- and SRT-format (subtitles)
(level elementary)

Author: Dawson Creek
Published by: MacMillan
File size: 1,12 mb+77,5mb(38,2mb)
File type: pdf+mp3

Dawson's Creek
Shifting into Overdrive
Elementary Level
book with CD
American English

Joey, Dawson, Pacey and Jen - four teenagers living in the small town of Capeside. The friends attend the same high school. And they have the same problems - life, love, school work and parents.

Jen and Joey are going to a party - in New York.

Dawson and Pacey want to go too. They decide to drive to the city and surprise the girls.

And that is when the fun starts!

Beasts (audio-book)
Author: Roald Dahl
File size: 19.16 MB
File type: pdf+mp3
Dirty Beasts (audio-book)
Author: Roald Dahl
A cassette is available to accompany the book.
Roald Dahl has created a ghastly assortment of wicked beasts getting up to some extraordinary and unmentionable things in this comic collection of verse. Meet the clever pig with a plan to save his bacon, the scorpion who likes to sting, the giant toad who can jump from England into France, and lots more.
Audio file format: mp3
Bit rate: 64 kbps
Audio sample rate: 44 kHz
Channels: 1 (mono)
Size: 13 MB
Duration: 27 min
Text file format: pdf
Size: 6.16 MB

13.English Sketches from the English Teaching Theatre; Book1 and Book 2 + Audio
Author: Doug Case and Ken Wilson
Published by: Macmillan
File size: 99 Mb (all in all) audio + 8 Mb e-book
File type: mp3PRO

14.King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table (Penguin Readers Level 2)
Published by: Penguin Readers (Longman)

King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table
Penguin Readers Level 2 (600 words)

BOOK: PDF (OCR) with Embedded Free Resources
BIT RATE: 128 kbps
CHANNELS: 2 (Stereo)
DURATION: 1h 24 min (TapeRip)
SIZE: 78.5 Mb (WinRAR)

The story of King Arthur is one of the most famous legends in England. A wonderful tale of the days of chivalry and the exciting adventures of Sir Gawain, Sir Galahad and the other knights of the Round Table.

15.Mr Bean in Town (Penguin Readers Level 2)
Author: Retold by John Escott
Published by: Longman - Penguin English
File size: 30954 KB
File type: pdf + mp3 128KBs
Mr Bean goes to a restaurant for his birthday dinner. But, of course, things don't go smoothly. He doesn't like the food. But what can he do? He tries to hide it in the strangest places!
Chaotic adventures follow Mr Bean wherever he goes! Star of TV and cinema, Mr Bean is famous all over the world.

16.R.L.Stevenson - Treasure Island (Penguin Readers - Level 2)
Author: R.L.Stevenson
Published by: Longman - Penguin English
File size: 3 Mb
Pages: 42
File type: PDF + mp3

R.L.Stevenson - Treasure Island
Penguin Readers - Level 2

A young boy, Jim Hawkins, lives quietly by the sea with his mother and father. One day, Billy Bones comes to live with them and from that day on everything is different. Jim meets Long John Silver and they travel the seas to find Treasure Island.

First published in 1883, this is one of the most famous adventure stories ever written in English. Recommended for younger learners.

17.Sherlock Holmes Short Stories A.C.Doyle (Oxford Bookworms Level 2)
Published by: Cambridge University Press
File type: pdf + mp3
Sherlock Holmes Short Stories : A.C.Doyle

18.Stories for Reading Comprehension - 2
Author: Hill, L.A.
Published by: Longman
File size: 1.7 + 25.9 Mb
Pages: 48
File type: pdf+ mp3
Stories for Reading Comprehension - 2
Hill, L.A.
Level: Pre-Intermediate
Each unit in this three-stage series contains an illustrated reading passage, comprehension exercises, and a grammar section.

19.The Tale of Peter Rabbit
Author: Beatrix Potter
Published by: Frederick Warne& Co; Reissue edition
File size: 4.7 Mb (14 pages)
File type: pdf

The Tale of Peter Rabbit
For Ages 4-8

The quintessential cautionary tale, Peter Rabbit warns naughty children about the grave consequences of misbehaving. When Mrs. Rabbit beseeches her four furry children not to go into Mr. McGregor's garden, the impish Peter naturally takes this as an open invitation to create mischief. He quickly gets in over his head, when he is spotted by farmer McGregor himself. Any child with a spark of sass will find Peter's adventures remarkably familiar. And they'll see in Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail that bane of their existence: the "good" sibling who always does the right thing. One earns bread and milk and blackberries for supper, while the obstinate folly of the other warrants medicine and an early bedtime.
Beatrix Potter's animal stories have been a joy to generations of young readers. Her warm, playful illustrations in soft colors invite children into the world of words and flights of fancy. Once there, she gently and humorously guides readers along the path of righteousness, leaving just enough room for children to wonder if that incorrigible Peter will be back in McGregor's garden tomorrow. (Ages Baby to Preschool)

From School Library Journal
PreSchool-Grade 2-Over the years, Hague has re-illustrated many texts that were in the public domain. A number of his books have given new life to overlooked work and have been widely appreciated. His reinterpretation of the work of Potter, however, is egregiously unnecessary. Potter wanted her books to be small enough for little hands to hold. Hague's book is almost twice as large. Potter's book has softly colored spot illustrations, honing in beautifully on the drama or emotions of the facing pages of text. Hague's art is overblown with extraneous details that threaten to overwhelm the plot. His rabbits with enormous eyes are reminiscent of those kitschy, large-eyed waifs popularized by the Keans in the 1960s. If Potter's books were out of print, or in danger of becoming so, one might be more receptive to Hague's version, but they are readily available and hard, if not impossible, to improve upon. Why try? – Miriam Lang Budin, Chappaqua Public Library

20.The Ugly Duckling
The ugly duckling runs away from the farm. He runs away from men with guns and dogs to an old hut. He hasn't got any eggs, so he must go. In the winter he's cold and he can't swim. Poor ugly duckling! Nobody likes him. In the spring he flies to a river and sees his face in the water. He's not an ugly duckling any more!

21.Allan Frewin Jones - The Phantom Airman (MacMillan Readers Level 3)
Published by: MacMillan Heinemann ELT
File type: mp3

Allan Frewin Jones - The Phantom Airman
MacMillan Readers Elementary

Mystery/Horror/Ghost, Romance & Crime/Detection

Four teenage friends - Frankie, Regan, Tom and Jack - are working together on a project for their school's archaeology club. A disused Second World War airfield near their home town in southern England is the subject of their investigation. Their research in to the history of the place and the members of the armed forces who lived and worked there in the summer of 1940 takes on another dimension when the kids are haunted by the ghost of a fighter pilot who died under mysterious circumstances.

22.David Hill - How I Met Myself (Cambridge Readers Level 3)
Author: David Hill
Published by: Cfmbridge University Press
File type: mp3 + pdf

23.Dawson's Creek Major
Published by: MacMillan Heinemann ELT
File type: pdf+mp3

Dawson 's Creek: Major Meltdow
MacMillan Readers Level Elementary
American English
Human interest & Romance

Jen invites her friends to stay the weekend in her parents' ski cabin in the mountains. Joey persuades her sister to give her time off from helping in the family restaurant. Dawson realises the depth of feelings he has for Joey, but cannot resist Jen.

24.Edgar Allan Poe - Seven Stories of Mystery and Horror (MacMillan Readers Level 3)
Author: Edgar Allan Poe
Published by: Macmillan

Edgar Allan Poe - Seven Stories of Mystery and Horror
MacMillan Readers Level 3 (1100 words)

American English

Seven stories of mystery and horror by the master storyteller of the nineteenth century.
A prisoner wakes up to find himself in a dark cell with a deep pit.
A golden insect leads to an incredible discovery.
A patient is hypnotised minutes before he dies. Is he really dead?
A sailor describes a terrifying trip though the maelstrBm.
Prince Prospero has a party in his castle. But no one can escape the red death—not even a prince!
A traveller boards a ship to New York . What does he carry in the oblong box?

25.English Through Stories - Missing Person
English for Everyone
Welcome to English Through Stories!

Are you looking for a fun, easy way to improve your English?

Would you like to speak English more fluently?

Would you like to increase your listening comprehension?
You've come to the right place. With the English Through Stories Podcast, you will improve your English by listening to a fun, entertaining story each week. You'll learn new idioms and expressions and learn to use them the way native speakers do. No more "textbook English"!

Each English Through Stories Podcast lasts 10-20 minutes, and has three parts:

1. A review or “recap” of the story so far (the previous episodes)

2. A chapter of the story

3. An explanation of some of the expressions and phrases used in Part 2

The podcasts are all recorded at a speed you can understand—clearly and comprehensibly. This way, you'll be able to actually understand the English you hear, and pick up the meanings of new words and phrases.

You may not understand everything the first time you hear it, but if you listen to it a couple of times, you will find that your comprehension will increase significantly.

English Through Stories is brought to you free every week by the Center for Educational Development, in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Jeff McQuillan is the host of the podcasts. Dr. McQuillan was a university professor of applied linguistics and education for many years, and has taught English as a Second Language at several colleges and universities.

You can listen to our podcasts through iTunes, or by entering our "feed" page into your podcast software:

26.Jane Austen - Sense and sensibility (Penguin Readers Level 3)
Author: Jane Austen (retold by Cherry Gilchrist)
Published by: Longman - Penguin English
File type: mp3 + pdf
Mrs Dashwood and her two daughters must leave their family home and move to a small house in another part of the country. They don't have much money now and must live quietly. Marianne and Elinor fall in love and learn some terrible secrets before they find happiness ...

Other stories by Jane Austen in Penguin Readers are Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion. Sense and Sensibility is also an Oscar-winning film starring Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet
Jane Austen - Sense and sensibility
Penguin readers. Level 3

27.Jane Eyre (BlackCat Readers Level 3)
Author: Charlotte Bronte
Published by: BlackCat (Langenscheidt)
File size: 29 MB
Pages: 128
File type: pdf

28.Johnstone McCulley - The Mark of Zorro (MacMillan Readers Level 3)
Published by: MacMillan
File size: 72.5 Mb

Johnstone McCulley - The Mark of Zorro
MacMillan Readers Level 3 (Elementary, 1100 words)
Humour, Western, Romance & Adventure/Thriller/Spy
A dashing romantic story set in California in the previous century. This classic adventure comedy founded a whole genre of its own. Short stories, feature films, highly popular television series and animated cartoons have resulted, all featuring the people's hero with the flashing sword Zorro!
Don Diego Vega is pressed by his father Don Alejandro Vega, to court the eligible daughter of one of the oldest noble families in California. Once rich and powerful, Don Carlos Pulido has become impoverished; unjustly accused of dishonesty by the tyrannical provincial governor who is oppressing the people of the region.

29.Oscar Wilde - The Canterville Ghost and Other Stories (MacMillan Readers Level 3)
Published by: MacMillan Heinemann ELT
File type: pdf, mp3
Oscar Wilde - The Canterville Ghost and Other Stories
MacMillan Readers Level 3 (Elementary, 1100 words)
British english
Short stories, Humour, Mystery/Horror/Ghost & Crime/Detection
Stories include: The Canterville Ghost , The Model Millionaire and Lord Arthur Savile's Crime.
Three short stories by one of the most witty and popular writers of the nineteenth century.

30.Oscar Wilde - The Young King & Other Stories (Penguin Readers Level 3)
Published by: Penguin Readers (Longman)
Oscar Wilde - Young King & Other Stories
Penguin Readers Level 3 (1200 words)
BOOK: PDF (OCR) with Embedded Free Resources
BIT RATE: 128 kbps
CHANNELS: 2 (Stereo)
DURATION: 1h 45 min (TapeRip)
SIZE: 98.7 Mb (WinRAR)
Strange and wonderful things happen in the seven short stories in this book. Who is the Young King? Why is it always winter in The Giant’s Garden? A book of fairytales, but one that will appeal to all ages. Oscar Wilde opens up a world of witches, mermaids and monsters but who all have very human feelings.

31.Philip Prowse - L. A. Winners (MacMillan Readers Level 3)
Published by: MacMillan Heinemann ELT
File type: MP3 + pdf
Philip Prowse - L. A. Winners
MacMillan Readers Elementary
Humour, Crime/Detection & Adventure/Thriller/Spy
Lenny Samuel is hired to find a retired championship racehorse. The private eye thinks that he is going to enjoy this job. After all, what could be easier? All he has to do is hang around California's racetracks, ask a few questions and then report back to his very pretty client.

32.Robin Hood
Author: unknown
Published by: cd-com
File type: rar, mp3+rtf

33.Rosemary Border - The Piano
Author: Rosemary Border
Published by: Oxford Bookworms Library
File type: MP3

Rosemary Border
The Piano
Oxford Bookworms Library
One day, a farmer tells a farm boy to take everything out of an old building and throw it away. ´It´s all rubbish,´ he says.
In the middle of all the rubbish, the boy finds a beautiful old piano. He has never played before, but now, when his fingers touch the piano, he begins to play. He closes his eyes and the music comes to him - and the music moves his fingers.
When he opens his eyes again, he knows that his life is changed for ever . . .

34.The Hound of the Baskervilles (MacMillan Graded Readers Level 3)
Author: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Published by: Macmillan
Pages: 70

35.Tim Vicary - SKYJACK (Oxford Bookworms Level3)
Author: Tim Vicary
Published by: Oxford University Press
File type: pdf (OCRed) + MP3

SKYJACK by Tim Vicary
Oxford Bookworms Level 3 (1000 words)

When a large plane is hijacked, the Prime Minister looks at the list of passengers and suddenly becomes very, very frightened. There is a name on the list that the Prime Minister knows very well - too well. There is someone on that plane who will soon be dead - if the hijackers can find out who he is! And there isn"t much time. One man lies dead on the runway. In a few minutes the hijackers will use their guns again. And the Prime Minister knows who they are going to kill.