Book: «Through the Looking Glass: Explorers: Level 6»

Through the Looking Glass: Explorers: Level 6

Through the Looking Glass. One day, Alice climbs through the big Looking-glass above the fire ... and int Looking-glass Land. Here, everything is back to front and the garden is a giant chessboard. The Red Queen tells Alice that when she reaches the eighth square, she can be a queen, too. Then the Red Knight tries to take her prisoner. Will Alice reach the eighth square, and will she finally become queen. Macmillan English Explorers have been written specifically for young learners of English. They bring first language teaching methods to reading lessons in first foreign language classrooms. This version of Through the Looking-glass by Lewis Carroll was retold by Gill Munton for Macmillan English Explorers.

Издательство: "Macmillan Education" (2015)

Формат: 150x210, 88 стр.

ISBN: 978-0-230-46930-3

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