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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 12 Fables And Folktales – Untitled

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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 4 Reading Lesson 5 Short Stories – Bishal’s Biscuits

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I had taken part in the public speaking contest organized by my school. I was very confident that I would win the contest. As my name was called out, I went to the stage, and started my speech. But to my surprise, I could not even remember the topic of my speech! I did not know what to do. With the whole school in front of me waiting for me to start, I was ashamed.
This is the most embarrassing moment of my life. Now read about Bishal’s.

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 13 Fantasy – Alice In Wonderland

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What would you if you suddenly saw a talking rabbit in your garden? Would you follow it? Or would you just believe that you were dreaming and let it be? Let us read this interesting story by Lewis Caroll and find out.
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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 5 Poetry – Those Winter Days

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The narrator of the poem is speaking about his perceptions as an adult of his father’s labour. He looks back upon himself as a child, remembering how he felt as a child, moving slowly and fearfully in his own home, apparently wishing his father were different than the cold and angry man his father seemed. Now he feels differently for his father. Let us read Robert Hayden’s ‘The Winter Days’ and find out.
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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 5 Poetry – School Is Over

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I always feel tired after the school is over. At home, I feel better after some snacks and some rest. That is why; I always love it when the school is over. What about the poet? Does Kate Greenaway feel the same? Let us find out.
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Grade 5 Fun Reading The Lizard

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Did you know that the lizard is a timid thing? At least that’s what the poet John Gardner thinks. Continue reading “Grade 5 Fun Reading The Lizard” »

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 11 Fables And Folktales – Two Friends And A Bear

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The following is a very sad story about two friends. One of the friends leaves the other when he is need of great help. Do you also leave your friends when they need help?
Read this story about the two friends and a bear.

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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 24 Nonfiction – Philosopher’s Corner – Socrates

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There is no accurate picture of Socrates and his philosophical viewpoint. It is because Socrates never wrote his philosophical texts, and whatever we know about him is based entirely on the writings by his students. This is called the Socratic Problem.
Let us find out how much the students conveyed about Socrates through their writings.

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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 13 Fables And Folktales – Mr Bunny’s Carrot Soup

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Rabbits are very fond of carrot soup. Mr. Bunny is not an exception. He is excited at the thought of making carrot soup when he picks up four carrots. But something wrong happens on the way. What happens? Does Mr. Bunny get to make his carrot soup? We will find it out at the end of this story.
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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 23 Nonfiction – Country Profile – Greece

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The world’s third leading producer of olives, Greece has cultivated olive trees since ancient times. Some olive trees planted in the thirteenth century are still producing olives. And you remember olives from the Olympic Games, don’t you? The winners of Olympic races were awarded with olive crowns. Sounds interesting. Read this chapter and know more about Greece.
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