Below you will find all of the great books we read in 2015 – most with accompanying worksheets.
You listen to the full audio book, find Teacher’s Notes and sample chapters here on the Macmillan Young Learners website.
“Please Sir, can I have some more?” Dickens’s famous novel about the trials of a poor young orphan boy, brought up in the terrible conditions of a 19th-century English workhouse.
Kara and her family go on holiday to a place called Owl Hall. But there is something strange about Kara’s relationship with her family. As the story develops, we discover that everyone at Owl Hall has a secret – even the house itself!
Phileas Fogg makes a bet with his friends that he can travel around the world in 80 days. This is the wonderful story of Phileas’s adventures as he travels from country to country with his servant Passepartout.
When four young lovers get lost in the forest, the fairies that live there play jokes on them – turning love into hate and hate into love. A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays.
The classic folk tale of Robin Hood and his band of merry men, who rob from the rich to give to the poor.
A story about power and revenge. Othello marries the beautiful daughter of a rich and powerful Venetian, but his friend Iago has other plans.
On the harsh Yorkshire moors, the passionate and violent story of two generations of the Earnshaw and Linton families plays itself out.
One sunny day, Alice follows a White Rabbit down a rabbit hole … and into Wonderland! Wonderland is a very strange place and lots of very strange people live there. Alice has some wonderful adventures with the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and the Cheshire Cat. And she even plays a game of croquet with the frightening Queen of Hearts!