Grade 3 Reading Lesson 3 Short Stories – The Spotted Cow

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 3 Short Stories - The Spotted Cow Genre/Topic:

Enid Blyton was a British children’s writer and was also known as Mary Pollock. Her work involves children’s adventure stories, and fantasy, sometimes involving magic. Her books were and still are enormously popular throughout the world. I bet you will love this story ‘The Spotted Cow’.

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 24 Short Stories – Three Questions

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 24 Short Stories - Three Questions Genre/Topic:

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 […]

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

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 21 Short Stories - Dana’s Flower Garden Genre/Topic:

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 4 Reading Lesson 6 Short Stories – You Can’t Please Everybody

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 6 Short Stories - You Can’t Please Everybody Genre/Topic:

Enid Blyton was a British children’s writer and was also known as Mary Pollock. Her work involves children’s adventure stories, and fantasy, sometimes involving magic. Her books were and still are enormously popular throughout the world. I bet you will love this story.

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 1 Short Stories – The Open Window

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 1 Short Stories - The Open Window Genre/Topic:

Vera is a young girl of fifteen. She is youthful, but her innocence deceives everyone. Vera is too good at making up stories. In this lesson, The Open Window by Hector Mugh Munro or Saki, you will learn how Vera scares Framton Nuttel and makes him run for his life out of her aunt’s home.

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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 4 Short Stories – The City Mouse And The Country Mouse

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 4 Short Stories - The City Mouse And The Country Mouse Genre/Topic:

The country is full of peace and silence. A city is full of fun. But does everyone think the same? Can someone living in the country adapt to a city life? We will have to find that out through this story of the country mouse and the city mouse.

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 25 Short Stories – After Twenty Years

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 25 Short Stories - After Twenty Years Genre/Topic:

It is dark. Drops of rain are falling to the earth. The wind is howling in the cold, making the night colder. People are hastily rushing towards their homes. Everyone, except Bob. Bob is waiting for his friend, Jimmy Wills outside a shop. They had decided this meeting twenty years ago, before they parted their […]

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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 2 Short Stories – Who Did Patrick’s Homework?

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 2 Short Stories - Who Did Patrick’s Homework? Genre/Topic:

I always hated homework. After a long and tired day at school, I didn’t like working at home. But I realized that homework helps students learn. And they can be fun too. Patrick also hated homework. He never completed them. Someone had to teach him a lesson. Who was that someone? Did Patrick start doing […]

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 23 Short Stories – The Story Without An End

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 23 Short Stories - The Story Without An End Genre/Topic:

A king loves hearing stories, and he wants a story to be told which does not end. All who try but do not succeed are sent to prison. Will someone be able to tell such a story to the king? Or will all the people from the land be sent to prison? Is there a […]

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 12 Short Stories – The Doll’s House

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 12 Short Stories - The Doll’s House Genre/Topic:

The Burnell children receive a doll’s house from Mrs. Hay and they show it off to their school friends. Soon enough, the doll’s house becomes a talk for everyone in the school. Read to find out where this story, The Doll’s House by Katherine Mansfield, takes along.

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