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Firebird (ファイヤーバード )- Headlights シリーズ
Marian Waller

Firebird (ファイヤーバード )- Headlights シリーズ

"中高生のためのエキサイティングなリーダーシリーズ。文法・語彙・長さに応じた4レベルのオリジナルストーリーです。ホラー、ミステリー、SF、犯罪推理ものとジャンルも様々。執筆には熟練のフィクションライターや教育分野に理解をもつ優れた作者がそろい、スタイリッシュで読みやすく、完成度の高い作品です。

彼は世界中で最も有名なスター。誰もがその曲を聴くと踊りたくなる。しかし、ルイザが彼の秘密を暴こうとしたことから予期せぬ結末が起こることになる。"


Island Of Shadows (アイランド オブ シャドウ )- Headlights シリーズ
Sue Murray

Island Of Shadows (アイランド オブ シャドウ )- Headlights シリーズ

"中高生のためのエキサイティングなリーダーシリーズ。文法・語彙・長さに応じた4レベルのオリジナルストーリーです。ホラー、ミステリー、SF、犯罪推理ものとジャンルも様々。執筆には熟練のフィクションライターや教育分野に理解をもつ優れた作者がそろい、スタイリッシュで読みやすく、完成度の高い作品です。

メグは祖父が愛していた場所、ギリシャのKalymnos島を訪れることになった。すでに亡くなってしまった祖父は位牌を島に持って行って欲しいと願っていた。"


Murder On 45Th Street (マーダー オン 45番 ストリート )- Headlights シリーズ
Laurent Boulanger

Murder On 45Th Street (マーダー オン 45番 ストリート )- Headlights シリーズ

"中高生のためのエキサイティングなリーダーシリーズ。文法・語彙・長さに応じた4レベルのオリジナルストーリーです。ホラー、ミステリー、SF、犯罪推理ものとジャンルも様々。執筆には熟練のフィクションライターや教育分野に理解をもつ優れた作者がそろい、スタイリッシュで読みやすく、完成度の高い作品です。

電話が鳴ったのは、火曜日の早朝5時45分。よほどのことがない限りこんな時間に電話をしてくる人はいない。胸騒ぎを感じながらも受話器に手を伸ばした…。"


Deadly Love  (デッドリー ラブ )- Headlights シリーズ
Keith Morley

Deadly Love (デッドリー ラブ )- Headlights シリーズ

"中高生のためのエキサイティングなリーダーシリーズ。文法・語彙・長さに応じた4レベルのオリジナルストーリーです。ホラー、ミステリー、SF、犯罪推理ものとジャンルも様々。執筆には熟練のフィクションライターや教育分野に理解をもつ優れた作者がそろい、スタイリッシュで読みやすく、完成度の高い作品です。

ルースは若くてきれいな女性。彼女はデヴィッドが小さな町の新聞記者の仕事に不満を抱いているのを知っている。ルースはまた、デヴィッドが彼よりも自身のキャリアを大事にしている恋人カレンに不満を抱いていることも知っている。"


Robinson Crusoe (ELT Classic Readers Level 1  600 Headwords)
ディフォー・ダニエル

Robinson Crusoe (ELT Classic Readers Level 1 600 Headwords)

Robinson Crusoe is a young Englishman who leaves his comfortable home to seek adventure at sea. One day a fierce storm wrecks his ship, and the waves wash him onto an island. He is alone, with no food, no house and only the clothes he is wearing. Although Daniel Defoe wrote Robinson Crusoe nearly 300 years ago, people continue to be fascinated by this story of how Crusoe survived and made a life for himself on a lonely tropical island.


Gulliver's Travels ELT Classic Readers
ジョナサン・スィフト

Gulliver's Travels ELT Classic Readers

When Gulliver,s Travels was first published in 1726, it was a huge success. People of all ages loved reading Swift,s story of Gulliver, a ship,s doctor, who travels to some very strange lands. There is Lilliput, where the tiny people are smaller than his hand, and Brobdingnag, a land of giants, where rats are the size of dogs. In the country ruled by the Houyhnhnms, creatures that look like horses but speak like humans, Gulliver learns many things. When he returns to England after his last journey, he is a changed man.


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Panda Books to be Featured in Tacho Tadoku in July
2016-05-11

Black Beauty from our vast library of titles has been selected to be included in the popular Japanese language ER magazine Tacho Tadoku on sale in July. Be sure to take look!


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E-Books in Schools
2016-05-11
PM 03:00

E-books are increasingly being used in classrooms by children as young as three - and they are making a big difference to the reading habits of boys. But there are concerns the expansion of electronic devices in schools may undermine the position of traditional paper books. E-books, where stories are loaded onto a tablet or laptop, are used in about two-thirds of schools across America, says the School Library Journal. But their use in English schools is sporadic. The National Literacy Trust has been conducting research over the past year to understand their impact. At 40 schools across the country, 800 children were encouraged to use e-books and share their feelings. 'Physical thing' The average project ran for four months. But over that period on average boys made 8.4 months of reading progress using them, compared to just 7.2 months of progress among girls. Reluctant readers also made good progress, with a 25% increase in boys reading daily. Perivale Primary School, in west London, took part in the research. Summit, who is 11, said: ''If you really want a book, you can just get it online. It's so easy and it's made me read more. I probably read every day now.'' 10-year-old Hebah disagreed. ''I've always been a real bookworm,'' she said. ''Personally I still prefer paperbacks, because I get more of the feel of the real book.'' ''We're just trying to create a bigger library,'' explained Jordan McNamara, who teaches using E-books in his classes. ''The children get to choose the books themselves. We're just after more reading, so anything we can do to get the kids to read more is great.'' Award winning children's poet and author Michael Rosen has reservations. ''It's really important to hang on to picture books,'' he said. ''We can pass them about, we can flip them, we can share them in ways that's quite difficult with tablets. That physical thing of sitting with a picture book in a classroom is important.'' 'Adaptability' He added: ''Something special goes on when our thoughts engage with print and picture. Words and pictures go together but they're not the same thing. It's like there's another story being told in a different way. ''With books for older children, text only books, it's less important. But picture books are very important for inspiring younger children and we cannot lose that.'' Researchers are now embarking on further studies to try and understand why boys in particular respond so well to E-books. Irene Picton, from the National Literacy Trust, said the findings so far suggest electronic books have a part to play in lessons. ''In focus groups children said the adaptability of E-books gave them more confidence to read. The text can be enlarged and the screen colour can be changed.'' Young readers also liked having books on their mobile devices so they could play games and socialise, but also read. She added: ''I'd describe E-books as a tool in the toolbox for anybody who knows a child who doesn't seem to like reading very much."