Kids Readers

Pearson English Kids Readers will delight young learners with their colourful illustrations, unforgettable characters and engaging stories - all presented in accessible English with activities.

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    How many different clothes can you see in the street? Think about all the different clothes you wear in just one day, in just one week. And the different clothes for different times of the year! Harry did a project about clothes for his teacher. He knows a lot about clothes now. How about you?

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    The World Wide Web is a virtual world. We can’t feel it or touch it, but it connects millions of people around the world – sharing information and communicating.
    Today, we can shop for just about anything, study, look at photos, watch films, send emails, play games or talk with friends online. We love being online, but it can be dangerous too!
    Do you know who started some of the biggest websites on the Internet? What other ways there are to store information? How to be safe online? This book will tell you.

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    The World Wide Web is a virtual world. We can’t feel it or touch it, but it connects millions of people around the world – sharing information and communicating.
    Today, we can shop for just about anything, study, look at photos, watch films, send emails, play games or talk with friends online. We love being online, but it can be dangerous too!
    Do you know who started some of the biggest websites on the Internet? What other ways there are to store information? How to be safe online? This book will tell you.

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    A penguin decides to look for a new home. Somewhere quiet, with more space. Let's go with her on a journey to different islands around the world... And see what we discover...

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    Ronan and Patrick Dooley are brothers. In 1921, they leave their family in Ireland to start a new life and a better future in New York City in America.
    Between 1892 and 1924, 12 million immigrants arrived in New York. They were usually poor, but believed in 'The American Dream' – if you work hard, you can get a good job, a nice home and money.
    Today, New York is still a place of hope for new immigrants – just like Ronan and Patrick.

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    Ronan and Patrick Dooley are brothers. In 1921, they leave their family in Ireland to start a new life and a better future in New York City in America.
    Between 1892 and 1924, 12 million immigrants arrived in New York. They were usually poor, but believed in 'The American Dream' – if you work hard, you can get a good job, a nice home and money.
    Today, New York is still a place of hope for new immigrants – just like Ronan and Patrick.

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    When they are hunting, or when they are prey, lots of different animals hide in different ways. An Octopus changes color, insects look like sticks. Seahorses hide in coral and lizards with two heads! Can you think of any more animals that use camouflage?

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    From the earliest times, people have looked up at the stars, the moon and the planets – now, we know more about them than we ever have. Today, people can train to be astronauts, work in space, or join a future mission to Mars.
    Did you know that the first astronauts were animals? That for astronauts working in space, the sun rises 15 times in 24 hours? Do you know how you might train to become an astronaut? Or where astronauts might explore next?

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    From the earliest times, people have looked up at the stars, the moon and the planets – now, we know more about them than we ever have. Today, people can train to be astronauts, work in space, or join a future mission to Mars.
    Did you know that the first astronauts were animals? That for astronauts working in space, the sun rises 15 times in 24 hours? Do you know how you might train to become an astronaut? Or where astronauts might explore next?

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    There are old homes, new homes, and mobile homes. "Green" homes, intelligent homes, and strange homes, too! There's a home made from bottles. A treehouse made from glass. Palaces for kings and queens. And people living in rocks! So, what is a home, and what are homes made of?