Grade 5 Reading Lesson 25 Short Stories – The Barber’s Uncle

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 25 Short Stories - The Barber's Uncle Genre/Topic:

Do you know anyone who works in a circus? What must their lives be like, I wonder, among all the animals, and fun and activity around? Is it dangerous, too, to work in a circus? Here, you will read about the barber’s uncle who works in a circus and how his life is like.

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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 21 Myths And Legends – How Arthur Became King

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 21 Myths And Legends - How Arthur Became King Genre/Topic:

Would you like to become a king? Of course, it is not easy to become a king. It is a lot of hard work and tests. Let us read this amazing story to find out how Arthur became a king.

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 10 Poetry – I Remember, I Remember

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 10 Poetry - I Remember, I Remember Genre/Topic:

Do you remember anything about your childhood? Do you remember the things you used to do, or the place where you lived? Thomas Hood seems to have a good memory, for he remembers his childhood place. In this poem, I Remember, I Remember, he expresses his joy in visiting the place after so long.

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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 21 Nonfiction – Deserts

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 21 Nonfiction - Deserts Genre/Topic:

The Antarctic Desert is the World’s largest desert. Its area is 13, 830,000 which means that as far as your eyes can stretch, you can see sand, sand and only sand. It doesn’t sound good, does it? Read this chapter on deserts.

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 26 Play – A Marriage Proposal

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 26 Play - A Marriage Proposal Genre/Topic: ,

Ivan Lomov wants to marry Natalia Stepanova, the daughter of his neighbor. With all his courage, he approaches Choobookov. Will Lomov win Choobookov’s confidence? Will Lomov ever marry the woman of his dreams? Read to know further and learn about one of the most interesting and the weirdest proposals.

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 9 Poetry – The Arrow and the Song

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 9 Poetry - The Arrow and the Song Genre/Topic:

Henry Wardsworth Longfellow wrote, in October 16, 1845, “The Arrow and the Song, which came into my mind as I stood with my back to the fire, and glanced on to the paper with arrow’s speed.” Read this poem and find out what Henry Wardsworth Longfellow wants to say through this poem.

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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 12 Fables And Folktales – Untitled

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 12 Fables And Folktales - Untitled Genre/Topic:

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

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 5 Short Stories - Bishal’s Biscuits Genre/Topic:

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 […]

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 13 Fantasy – Alice In Wonderland

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 13 Fantasy - Alice In Wonderland Genre/Topic:

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

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 5 Poetry - Those Winter Days Genre/Topic:

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. […]

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