Early blackbirds 2016
Blackbirds zijn speciaal geselecteerde leesboeken van de beste auteurs.
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De Early Blackbirds bestaat dit jaar uit:
- Racing the Tide, Denise Kirby
- Road to Nowhere, Pauline O'Carolan
- The Creature, Alan Milson
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Early blackbirds 2018
Deze set bestaat uit:
- Pauline O'Carolan - The Alati Collection
- Sue Murray - The Singing Stones
- Sue Murray - The Cave of the Jaguar
Early Blackbirds zijn voordelige Engelse leesboeken voor middelbare scholieren. De boeken zijn geschikt voor onderbouw vmbo/havo/vwo. Elk jaar verschijnt een nieuwe set Early Blackbirds, bestaand uit drie boekjes.
Leesniveau: A: young reader
Schooltype: VO onderbouw vmbo/havo/vwo (1-2 vmbo/havo/vwo)
Leeftijdscategorie: 12-14 jaar
The Alati collection
Mia Alati gets a shock when thieves arrive at her family's villa in the Italian countryside. They have come to steal her father's fabulous art collection. The thieves have guns, but Mia and her grandmother are smart. When they are taken prisoner, the two of them use some quick and clever thinking to get out of a dangerous situation.
The singing stones
'Find the stones... You will find the way to help all of Avondel.' Finn doesn't understand the note that his great aunt gave him, but he doesn't have time to think about it. When soldiers come to his village looking for him, Finn has to escape and go on a dangerous journey. He soon learns that only he can defeat the evil warlord Gondar and bring happiness back to the land. But he'll need the help of the singing stones, and of the strange, wonderful friends he meets along the way.
The cave of the jaguar
The almost 18-year-old Jim Franklin travels from Vancouver to Guatemala, where he will be staying with his uncle Simon in a small and remote village for three months. One day, English-speaking strangers visit the village and disappear again. Not long after this, uncle Simon also disappears. Jim is afraid of what has happened to him, because the villagers had clearly been upset with Simon.