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The Water Babies

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"The Water Babies is the story of a young chimney sweep, Tom, who falls into a river and turns into a water baby. It is in this land that he finds his true life, full of adventure and moral deployment. Read the story and find out about the life...

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"The Water Babies is the story of a young chimney sweep, Tom, who falls into a river and turns into a water baby. It is in this land that he finds his true life, full of adventure and moral deployment. Read the story and find out about the life of Tom, the water-baby.
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This set of Graded Readers for young readers is a collection of best-loved stories from English literature. The stories have been abridged and carefully adapted to suit different age groups. The books have been graded for different levels and they facilitate the readers to progress through successive levels of vocabulary and structure.
In this book
About the Author provides an interesting introduction to the author and the author's works.
Comprehension and Composition questions help readers better understand what they are reading, and also prompt them to improve their writing skills.
Grammer and Vocabulary help to add to the vocabulary of the readers.
Life Skills help hone skills required for a better living.
Role Play helps to understand the idea by employing bodily kinesthetic intelligence.
ICT helps develop creative skills.

Book Details

Publisher:   Vishv Books Private Ltd
Pages:   84
Publication Year:   2018
Language:   English
ISBN-13:   9789386697660
Binding:   Paper Back

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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