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Reading Paths for Secondary

Life Skills
The Readers in this thematic area explore many of the concepts included under the umbrella of 21st Century Skills, such as: intrapersonal and interpersonal skills, mediation skills, agency, critical thinking, problem solving and self-knowledge.
VALUES
FEELINGS
21st CENTURY SKILLS
MEDIATION
EQUALITY AND INTEGRATION
DIGITAL AND MEDIA
SCIENTIFIC THINKING
PROJECTS
SDGs
CLASSICS
INTERCULTURALITY
LITERATURE
Level A1
Next Door
by Robert Campbell

Next Door

by Robert Campbell

When a new family with a twin brother and sister move next door to Eoin, strange things start to happen. The kids at school make fun of the twins and say that they are from another planet. But Eoin decides to find out where they really come from.

Dan and the Village Fete
by Richard MacAndrew

Dan and the Village Fete

by Richard MacAndrew

It’s the day of the Steeple Compton village fête and everyone is happy. Everyone except Sue Barrington, the new girl in town. Sue’s friend Dan is worried. Dan finds out that someone called Nemesis is bullying Sue and he decides to help. Who can Nemesis be? And why does he or she want to hurt Sue? Only Dan the detective and his dog Dylan can find out.

Level A1-A2
Jack and the Westbourne Fair
by Martyn Hobbs

Jack and the Westbourne Fair

by Martyn Hobbs

The Westbourne Fair is coming to town and it is Jack’s favourite moment of the year. But when he gets into trouble at school his parents say that he can’t go to the Fair. Jack decides to go to the Fair anyway and he learns that there are more important things in life than having fun.

The Anti-Bully Squad
by Rick Sampedro

The Anti-Bully Squad

by Rick Sampedro

When a pair of bullies hurt Arjun, the youngest boy in class, Tom, Ziggy and Tara decide that it is time to do something. They set up the Anti-bully Squad, but they soon discover that the bullies are prepared to do anything to get their own way. Can they find a way to stop the bullies before it is too late?

Level A2
Zadie’s Last Race
by Martyn Hobbs

Zadie’s Last Race

by Martyn Hobbs

Zadie lives for sport. From football to running, it’s the biggest thing in her life.  Zadie is preparing for a big race – a race she really wants to win. But one evening, while she is out training, she is involved in an accident – and she finds herself in a race of life and death. Will she win the biggest race of her life?

Ricky and the American Girl
by Martyn Hobbs

Ricky and the American Girl

by Martyn Hobbs

Ricky is a bit of a genius at school. He never thinks of anything except maths and computers. That is, until he meets Alexis, a beautiful American girl visiting his town. Is Ricky a genius in love, too?

 

Level A2-B1
The Boy Who Could Fly
by David A. Hill

The Boy Who Could Fly

by David A. Hill

No one knows where Michael comes from or who his parents are. One day he starts to grow wings and his life changes forever. Michael moves from hospitals to research clinics to life in isolation on a remote island. Will he ever manage to have a normal life?

The Green Room
by Robert Campbell

The Green Room

by Robert Campbell

Laura’s dream is to become a famous actress. When she auditions for The Green Room summer school she meets Nathan, who shares her dream. But Laura and Nathan both have secret. That summer at The Green Room Laura and Nathan grow up and learn that that it is better to tell the truth and keep their acting for the stage.

Level B1
The Coconut Seller
by Jack Scholes

The Coconut Seller

by Jack Scholes

Bruno, a poor coconut seller from the favela, meets Clara, a beautiful rich girl from Rio de Janeiro’s wealthy Ipanema area, and they fall in love. But Clara’s father doesn’t approve and stops the relationship. Then Zeca, a criminal from Bruno’s past, tries to blackmail Bruno into helping him  make some easy money. Can Bruno stop Zeca, save Clara and convince Clara’s father that he is right for his daughter?

Father and Son
by Frank Brennan

Father and Son

by Frank Brennan

Have you ever wondered what a rock star’s life can be like? When Nic Wild from the Wild Kats asks his son Andy to perform with him at a concert in Paris, little does he know that terrible things are about to happen to him. Where is Alan Carver, Nic’s manager, when he needs  him most? How does Andy save the day with his accountancy skills?

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