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Stage 3 Readers
The Call of the Wild by When men find gold in the frozen North of Canada, they need dogs - big, strong dogs to pull the sledges on the long journeys to and from the gold mines. Buck is stolen from his home in the South and sold as a sledge dog. He has to learn a new way of life - how to work in harness, how to stay alive in the ice and the snow and how to fight. Because when a dog falls down in a fight, he never gets up again.
Call Number: F B8726c 2008 (Level 6 red)
Chemical Secret by John Duncan, a biologist, takes a job at a company manufacturing a new type of paint, but soon learns that the chemicals being used are dangerous.
Call Number: F V661c 2008 (Level 6 red)
A Christmas Carol by Christmas is humbug, Scrooge says--just a time when you find yourself a year older and not a penny richer. The only thing that matters to Scrooge is business, and making money.
Call Number: F W52c 2008 (Level 5 orange)
Frankenstein by Victor Frankenstein thinks he has found the secret of life. He takes parts from dead people and builds a new 'man'. But this monster is so big and frightening that everyone runs away from him - even Frankenstein himself! The monster is like an enormous baby who needs love. But nobody gives him love, and soon he learns to hate. And because he is so strong, the next thing he learns is to hate. And because he is so strong, the next thing he learns is how to kill ...
Call Number: F N664f 2008 (Level 6 red)
Love Story by This is a love story you won't forget. Oliver Barrett meets Jenny Cavilleri. He plays sports, she plays music. He's rich, and she's poor. They argue, and they fight, and they fall in love. So they get married, and make a home together. They work hard, they enjoy life, they make plans for the future. Then they learn that they don't have much time left. Their story has made people laugh, and cry, all over the world.
Call Number: F B644L 2008 (Level 6 red)
The Picture of Dorian Gray by "When we are happy, we are always good," says Lord Henry, "but when we are good, we are not always happy." Lord Henry's lazy, clever words lead the young Dorian Gray into a world where it is better to be beautiful than to be good; a world where anything can be forgiven--even murder--if it can make people laugh at a party.
Call Number: F W644p 2008 (Level 6 red)
The Prisoner of Zenda by We must leave for Zenda at once, to find the King, cried Sapt. If we're caught, we'll all be killed. So Rudolf Rassendyll and Sapt gallop through the night to find the King of Ruritania. But the king is now a prisoner in the Castle of Zenda. Who will rescue him from his enemies, the dangerous Duke Michael and Rupert of Hantzau? And who will win the heart of the beautiful Princess Flavia?
Call Number: F M868p 2009 (Level 6 red)
Secret Garden by Little Mary Lennox is a bad-tempered, disagreeable child. When her parents die in India, she is sent back to England to live with her uncle in a big, lonely, old house. There is nothing to do all day except walk in the garden which has been locked for ten years. And no one has the key.
Call Number: F B934sg 2008 (Level 6 red)
Skyjack by As Prime Minister, Helen Sandberg must make some tough decisions when terrorists hijack a plane on which her husband is a passenger.
Call Number: F V661s 2008 (Level 6 red)
Tales of Mystery and Imagination by The human mind is a dark, bottomless pit, and sometimes it works in strange and frightening ways. That sound in the night... is it a door banging in the wing, or a murdered man knocking inside his coffin? The face in the mirror...is it yours, or the face of someone standing behind you, who is never there when you turn around?
Call Number: F N222t 2008 (Level 6 red)
"Focus on prefixes and suffixes and find examples in a text you are reading. Underline and try to understand based on the prefixes or suffixes. Try to come up with the antonyms. These are words with an opposite meaning and are often related (unhappy - happy, misinformation - information, etc.)"