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The Cinema (Oxford Bookworms Factfiles: Stage 3)

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This full-color series presents nonfiction topics about interesting places and subjects. Each title features color photographs and a glossary to help with vocabulary comprehension. Exercises and suggestions for project work are also included. The books are graded at 400-to 1,400-word vocabulary levels. Audio "CDs or "Cassettes are available for select titles.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published November 1st 1997 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published 1997)
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Namiko
Mar 21, 2011 Namiko added it
This series looks very thin so I thought I would go back to level one books. I thought a book for level one like this it was fun to read. It was like a an encyclopedia.
I carry some books like this in my bag all the time. It was good to carry - I finished reading it at a car shop when our car had not work well.
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Colin Escott is the foremost authority on Sun Records. He first wrote the company’s history in 1975 and has revised and expanded it several times since. He has published several other volumes on the early days of country music, including a biography of Hank Williams and The Grand Ole Opry: The Making of an American Icon. He won a Grammy for his work on Mercury Records’ The Complete Hank Williams, ...more
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