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For a full list of titles in all the Oxford Bookworms series, please refer to the Oxford English catalogue. Titles available indude:

Black Series
Stage 1 (400 headwords) *The Elephant Man Tim Vicary *Goodbye, Mr Hollywood John Escott * T h e Monkey's Paw W.W.Jacobs *The Phantom of the Opera Jennifer Bassett Under the Moon Rowena Akinyemi Stage 2 (700 headwords) *DraculaBram Stoker *New Yorkers O. Henry (short stories) *Sherlock Holmes Short Stories Sir Arthur Conan Doyle * Voodoo Island Michael Duckworth Stage3 (1000 headwords) *Love Story Erich Segal * T h e Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde *Skyjack! Tim Vicary Tooth and Claw Saki (short stories) Wyatt's Hurricane Desmond Bagtey Stage 4 (1400 headwords) * T h e Big Sleep Raymond Chandler * T h e Hound of theBaskervilles Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Lord Jim Joseph Conrad * T h r e e Men in a Boat Jerome K. Jerome Stage 5 (1800 headwords) Deadlock SaraParetsky * Ghost Stories retold by Rosemary Border Heat and Dust Ruth Prawer Jhabvala 1, Robot Isaac Asimov (short stories) *Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte Stage 6 (2500 headwords) *American Crime Stories retold by John Escott Cry Freedom John Briley Meteor JohnWyndham (short stories) *Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen T e s s of the d'Urbervilles Thomas Hardy

Love Story
Erich Segal

retold by Rosemary Border

Green Series
,Stage 2 (700 headwords) *Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Lewis Carroll *Huckleberry Finn MarkTwain *Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe Too Old to Rock and Roll Jan Mark (short stories) Stage3 (1000 headwords) T h e Call of the WildJack London On the Edge Gillian Cross T h e Prisoner of Zenda Anthony Hope T h e Secret Garden Frances Hodgson Burnett Many other titles available, both classic and modem. *Cassettes available for these titles. Stage4 (1400headwords) *Black Beauty Anna Sewell *Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift *Little Women Louisa May Alcott The Silver Sword lan Serrailtier Treasure Island Robert Louis Stevenson- OXFORD BOOKWORMS COLLECTION Fiction by well-known authors, both classic and modem. Texts are not abridged or simplified in any way. Titles available include: From the Cradle to the Grave (stories by Saki, Evelyn Waugh, Roald Dahl, Susan Hill, Raymond Carver, and others) Crime Never Pays (stories by Agatha Christie, Patricia Highsmith, Graham Greene, Ruth Rendell, and others) A Window on theUniverse (stories by Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, Philip K. Dick, and others) The Eye of Childhood (stories by D. H. Lawrence, William Boyd, Penelope Lively, John Updike, and others)


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Stupid a n d rich, clever a n d p o o r What can you say about a twenty-five-year-old girl who

You can say that she was beautiful and intelligent. She loved Mozart and Bach andthe Beatles. And tne. Once, when she told me that, I asked her who came first. She answered, smiling, ''Like in the ABC.' I smiled too. But now I wonder. Was she talking about my first name? If she was, I came last, behaid Mozart. Or did she mean my last name? ff she did, I came between Bach and the Beatles. But I still didn't come first. That worries me terribly now. You see, I always had to beNumber One. Family pride, you see. In the autumn of my last year at Harvard university, I studied a lot in the Radcliffe library. The library was quiet, nobody knew me there, and they had the books that I needed for my studies. The day before an examination I went over to the library desk to ask for a book. Two girls were working there. One was tall and sporty. The other was quiet and wore glasses....