Alexander the Great by Fiona BeddallAlexander the Great has fascinated people since his death more than 2,300 years ago. By the age of thirty, he ruled the biggest Empire the world had ever known. This remarkable leader brought civilization to millions and shaped our world.
Call Number: F B39a 2008 (Level 6 red)
The Client by Janet McAlpinMark Sway is eleven, and he knows a terrible secret. He knows where a body is hidden. Some secrets are so dangerous that it's better not to tell. But it's dangerous if you don't. So Mark needs help fast...because there isn't much time.
Call Number: F M117c 2008 (Level 6 red)
Gladiator by Annette KeenMaximus is a general in the Roman army. After his last battle he want to return to his family. But, the new Emperor Commodus hates Maximus, and kills his family. Soon Maximus is a prisoner, then a slave, and finally a gladiator. When Emperor Commodus joins Maximus in the arena, they fight for their lives.
Call Number: F K25g 2008 (Level 6 red)
The Godfather by Chris RiceDon Vito Corleone is the 'Godfather' of New York's richest Mafia family. His business is built on fear and murder. Vito's son Michael becomes the most dangerous gangster of them all.
Call Number: F R36g 2008 (Level 6 red)
Gone with the Wind by John EscottGone with the Wind is a story of love and war and one of the best-selling books of all time. Part I follows the popular but selfish Scarlett O'Hara, the gentlemanly Ashley Wilkes, and dangerous but charming Rhett Butler as their world is destroyed in the terrible American Civil War.
Call Number: F Es19gw 2008 (Level 6 red)
Gone with the Wind Part 2 by John EscottGone with the Wind is a great romantic story and one of the best-selling books of all time. In Part 2, the American Civil War has destroyed Scarlett O'Hara's comfortable world. Will she lose her home, too? Or can she save it and rebuild her life?
Call Number: F Es19gw 2008 vol. 2 (Level 6 red)
"In small groups, highlight sentences using different tenses. Each students explains the reasons for the tense in each sentence."