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Stories in the Travelman Short Stories series take the reader to places of mystery, fantasy, horror, romance, and corners of the universe yet unexplored. In turn, readers take them on the bus or subway, slip them into briefcases and lunchboxes, and send them from Jersey to Juneau.

Each classic or original short story is printed on one sheet of paper and folded like a map....more
Paperback, Macmillan Readers, 64 pages
Published April 20th 2005 by Macmillan ELT
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Inaba Rina
-macmillan readers level,2
-time:12/5=20 minutes:12/9=60 minutes
-7 words summary:signalman-ignore-shout-talk-figure-story-accident
-discussion question:
1.If you did not have a job, would you like to be signalman?
:Yes, because I must work to earn money.
2.You have a job that you want, but you hear the story about that ghost story of the job. Do you think that you want to still work?
:No, because I do not like ghosts and I do not fun.

I like this series since I read a christmas carole. I want to contin...more
Jo
I remember reading this in year 10 or 11 English Literature and didn't realise quite how basic and childishly written it is. Both stories in it, however are good enough reads in themselves and I shall be saving this book to read to any children I may have in the future. Morbid Dickens ghost stories are perfect bedtime reading for young children......aren't they?!
dipta
This book is easy to understand because it's for beginner learner
Namiko
I enjoyed it. One of then is like "The Six Sense."
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