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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 15 Fables And Folktales – The Gingerbread Boy

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How fast can you run? Can you run as fast as the gingerbread boy in this story? Why is he called the gingerbread boy? And why is he running? Read about the gingerbread boy.
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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 3 Fables And Folktales – A Fisherman

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Whoever thought that the sea has castles, and mermaids, and treasures and kings and queens underneath? It is so unbelievable. Urashima Taro, the fisherman found it puzzling too. But then, he not only got to see the the place, but he also live there. Let us now read about this fisherman.
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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 11 Biographies – Leonardo Da Vinci

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In 1481, Leonardo Da Vinci he began painting ‘Adoration of the Magi’, an unfinished work that reveals his technique of beginning with a dark painting surface and adding elements of light, unlike most painters of his time who started with outlined figures on a white surface. It was through this painting that Leonardo’s secrets of great paintings were revealed.
Let us read more about Leonardo Da Vinci, who is also considered the father of modern science.

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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 21 Short Stories – Dana’s Flower Garden

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What flowers are there in Dana’s flower garden? Does Dana’s flower garden have marigolds? Read this chapter and find out.

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 17 Myths And Legends – Romulus And Remus

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You must have heard the proverb ‘Rome was not built in a day.’ The following story tells us how the city of Rome was built. What about your city? Do you have any idea how it was built?
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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 5 Nonfiction – The Mystery Of The Bermuda Triangle

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On December 28, 1948, a Douglas DC-3 aircraft, number NC16002, disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle while on a flight from San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Miami. No trace of the aircraft or the 32 people onboard was ever found.
What is this mysterious Bermuda Triangle? Find out from this chapter.

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 4 Poetry – King John and the Abbot of Canterbury

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King John demands the answers for three of his questions from the Abbot of Canterbury. The answers will decide the Abbot’s fate: he will either be killed or his life will be spared. Let us read this ballad titled King John and the Abbot of Canterbury and find out what happens to the Abbot of Canterbury.
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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 20 Biographies – Madame Curie

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Madame Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize.
The Nobel Prize is an annual international award. It is bestowed in a number of categories by Scandinavian committees in recognition of cultural and scientific advances. The will of the Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, established the prizes in 1895. The prizes in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, and Peace were first awarded in 1901.
Let us read this lesson and find out why Madame Curie was honored with the Nobel Prize.

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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 16 Mystery – The Missing Honey Pot

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Once, I lost my eraser. I looked for it everywhere: under the desk, in my bag, on the table. But I couldn’t see it anywhere. At last, I found my eraser. I had been holding it all the while! What about Tod, the bear’s missing honey pot? Is Tod too holding the missing honey pot in his hand? Find out from this story.
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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 12 Biographies – Julius Caesar

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Julius Caesar, the dictator ruled Rome for only eleven days. Later, he was appointed a dictator again, and this time he ruled for one year. In this story, you will read such interesting facts about him.

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