Grade 2 Reading Lesson 17 Fables And Folktales – The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 17 Fables And Folktales - The Boy Who Cried Wolf Genre/Topic:

Just like Pinocchio, this shepherd tells lies to the villagers plenty of times. But unlike Pinocchio, it was not his nose that grew longer. Something worse happened to him. What happened to him? Poor shepherd! He shouldn’t have lied at all.

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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 9 Poetry – The Rain

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 9 Poetry - The Rain Genre/Topic:

I don’t like the rain. When it rains, I cannot go out to play. Everything looks so gloomy. All I can hear is the nose that the raindrops make when it hits the floor and the roof. The thunder and lightning make it even worse. Does this poet H. W. Longfellow think the same?

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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 22 Myths And Legends – Bruce And The Spider

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 22 Myths And Legends - Bruce And The Spider Genre/Topic:

Can a tiny spider be of any help to a mighty king? Do kings have something to learn from and get inspired from spiders? You will find the answer to this question only when you read this inspiring story.

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 1 Classics – Frankenstein

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 1 Classics - Frankenstein Genre/Topic:

Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus, is a novel written by Mary Shelley about an experiment that produces a monster. Shelley started writing the story when she was eighteen, and the novel was published when she was twenty one. Giving the dead life: the very thought sends goosebumps all over my body. For Victor Frankenstein, this […]

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 10 Short Stories – Old Man at the Bridge

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 10 Short Stories - Old Man at the Bridge Genre/Topic:

A soldier (who is also the narrator) sees an old man resting on the side of a road near a pontoon bridge. Other civilians are crossing this bridge, but the old man is too tired to proceed any further. The soldier tries to encourage the old man to move a little farther along, for he […]

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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 4 Poetry – Jabberwocky

Grade 6 Reading Lesson 4 Poetry - Jabberwocky Genre/Topic:

The poem you are going to read is Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll. The poem is one of the most nonsensical poems, and I warn you, you may understand not even a word. It happened to me too. I read it, paused, and read it again. Pondered for a while, then read it again. Jabberwocky beautifully […]

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 3 Short Stories – Vanka

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 3 Short Stories - Vanka Genre/Topic:

It is Christmas time, and everyone in the world is rejoicing. Everyone, except Vanka Zhukov. Vanka is an orphan and works for a shoemaker. Read this story By Anton Chekhov and find out why Vanka is not rejoicing.

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 14 Biographies – Nelson Mandela

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 14 Biographies - Nelson Mandela Genre/Topic:

Nelson Mandela was jailed for 30 long years. While Nelson was in prison, he was offered freedom if he would stop his violent actions. He refused this offer. Why was he jailed? And what are the ‘violent actions’? You’ll have to go through this lesson to find out more about this great person.

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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 12 Fairy Tales – Frog Prince

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 12 Fairy Tales - Frog Prince Genre/Topic:

Do you promise things and forget to keep them? A princess, about whom we shall read in the story, promised a frog to be his friend. She kept her promise; and that got her so lucky. What happened to her? Read this story, The Frog Prince, and find out.

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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 22 Short Stories – The Monkey Orchestra

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 22 Short Stories - The Monkey Orchestra Genre/Topic:

An orchestra is a place where people play their musical instruments together, like a performance. But a monkey orchestra? I’d never heard of that. Have you? Let’s read to find out what a monkey orchestra is. This lesson is taken from The Jungle Book written by Rudyard Kipling.

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