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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 19 Biography – Mickey Mouse

Grade 1 Reading Lesson 19 Biography - Mickey Mouse

Level: Grade 1    Genre:    

You know Mickey Mouse, don’t you? All of us do. Mickey Mouse seems to be the most famous mouse. But what is it tat made him famous? Let us know.
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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 12 Fables And Folktales – Untitled

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 12 Fables And Folktales - Untitled

Level: Grade 3    Genre:    

This story has no title. It already sounds interesting to me. Let us read it and check if the story is interesting too. By the way, do you know about Kathmandu? It is the capital of Nepal, and is famous for rivers, mountains and hills.
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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 24 Short Stories – Three Questions

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 24 Short Stories - Three Questions

Level: Grade 8    Genre:    

An emperor wants his three questions answered. All over the kingdom, the announcement is done. People come from far and wide to please the emperor with their answers to the three questions, but all in vain. Does the emperor ever find the answer to his questions in the way that he wants? This is what this story by Leo Tolstoy is all about.
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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 24 Myths And Legends – Circe And Her Spells

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 24 Myths And Legends - Circe And Her Spells 101 25 The Great Zeus

Level: Grade 3    Genre:    

Do you know what spells are? They are magical activities that do not do good. Who is Circe? And what do her spells do? Let us find out from this mythical story about war, adventure and magic spells.
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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 23 Classics – The Invisible Man

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 23 Classics - The Invisible Man

Level: Grade 9    Genre:    

One early February morning, the owner of an inn welcomes a person in. No later, she finds this person strange. Keeping in mind that the innkeeper meets plenty of people everyday, what is so eccentric about the stranger? What made her think so? Is the peculiarity charismatic, or is his strangeness repellent? You will have to read this story by H.G. Wells and find out.
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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 2 Poetry – Shut The Door

Grade 6 Reading Lesson 2 Poetry - Shut The Door

Level: Grade 6    Genre:    

This is a very amusing poem about Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore. There’s one habit of Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore that tires everyone around him. No matter how much they tell him, or beg him, or spank him, he doesn’t seem to improve his habit. Let us find out about Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore in this poem, Shut the Door by William Brighty Rands.
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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 8 Poetry – Honey Bear

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 8 Poetry - Honey Bear

Level: Grade 2    Genre:    

There are many different kinds of bear. The most interesting one among all of them is the Spectacled Bear. It got its name from the marks around its eyes that make it look like it is wearing spectacles. And they even build nests!
Now let’s this poem, Honey Bear, by Elizabeth Lang, and find out about this funny bear.
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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 20 Biography – Neil Armstrong: A Boy Who Wanted To Fly

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 20 Biography - Neil Armstrong A Boy Who Wanted To Fly

Level: Grade 2    Genre:    

“A small step for man; a giant leap for mankind.” This was what Neil Armstrong said when he first stepped on the moon. If you were him, what would you have said?
Read more about Neil Armstrong, about his wishes to fly and if those wishes were ever fulfilled.

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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 11 Poetry – Untitled Poem

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 11 Poetry - Untitled Poem

Level: Grade 4    Genre:    

Do you think it is a good idea to cut trees? Read this poem and find out what the poet Dean Gasper thinks. Also think of a suitable title to the story.
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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 3 Fables And Folktales – A Fisherman

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 3 Fables And Folktales - A Fisherman

Level: Grade 4    Genre:    

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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