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The Oxford Bookworms Library: Stage 3: 1,000 Headwords The Railway Children (edition 2000)

by Edith Nesbit, Tricia Hedge, John Escott (Adapter), Jennifer Basset (Series Editor)

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This series of Bookworms offers younger readers the chance to enjoy lively and accessible adaptations of the best classic and modern fiction. Each title is highly illustrated to engage the reader in the world of the book and help with specific vocabulary. Accompanying exercises make all thesetitles suitable for use in class or at home.… (more)
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Title:The Oxford Bookworms Library: Stage 3: 1,000 Headwords The Railway Children
Authors:Edith Nesbit
Other authors:Tricia Hedge, John Escott (Adapter), Jennifer Basset (Series Editor)
Info:Oxford University Press, USA (2000), Paperback, 74ページ
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The Railway Children [adapted - Oxford Bookworms] by John Escott (Author)

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There was one family lived with their parents in London.The familly was very happy.The family had three children.
One day,thier father suddenly dissapeared.They always worried about him and asked thier mother where he was.But,as a result of they did'nt know where he excisted.So,This family moved country, and started new life without thier father.
The threee children spend a lot of time in railway...

This story is very interesting. When I read this story, it makes me exciting .And I felt my heart warm. This book told us the family's love from this book!! ( )
  gacyayoshi | Jan 25, 2012 |
One rich family lived in London.
They feel happy.
But one day thieir father suddenly disappeard.
His wife and children were worry about him.

When I was reading this book,I can't assume the ending of this story.
But after reading,I think this story is cheerful and warm.
I like characters and story. ( )
  misgr | Jan 15, 2012 |
The family ought to move London into country because of father's situation.
Country life is very very slowly life,so they feel very relax.
For example,they sleep on grass.
So they get the information about train moving near the country.
And they help Porter,and they try to prevent train accident.
And......

It is easy to read.
But it is good book because I feel relax when I was reading this book.
For a change,I want to read this type of book.
I recommend it to you. ( )
  museking | Nov 23, 2011 |
Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis had kind parents and anything they wanted.
But one day their father goes anywhere and three children and their mather leave from London to the country. Then their new life starts near the railway station!
Children anre brave and rash. Adults cna't act like them. Although children sometimes make people angry, children's actions help many people and make them happy.
I like Bobbie the best of three children because she is wise. I'm also a oldest sister, but I couldn't act like her. So I respect her. This is very fun and hot story. I think children are very kind and people around them are also very kind.
But I want to know their later life. ( )
  amat19 | Nov 21, 2011 |
A rich family lived happily in London. One day the father argued two men who visited thir house. After this he was took anywhere, and the family without the father moved near the railway. They lived here,but the mother didn't told the children why their father went away...
This story is interesting. The children are brave, and they saved people some times. And thir kindness makes them happy at last. I like this story and I'll try to behave like them. ( )
  han19 | Oct 24, 2011 |
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This series of Bookworms offers younger readers the chance to enjoy lively and accessible adaptations of the best classic and modern fiction. Each title is highly illustrated to engage the reader in the world of the book and help with specific vocabulary. Accompanying exercises make all thesetitles suitable for use in class or at home.

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