The New Windmill Book Of Classic Short Stories

The New Windmill Book Of Classic Short Stories This series offers classic and contemporary fiction for schools to suit a range of ages and tastes From the editors of The New Windmill Book of Nineteenth Century Short Stories this collection of sho

  • Title: The New Windmill Book Of Classic Short Stories
  • Author: Mike Hamlin Christine Hall Jane Browne
  • ISBN: 9780435124236
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The New Windmill Book Of Classic Short Stories

    This series offers classic and contemporary fiction for schools to suit a range of ages and tastes From the editors of The New Windmill Book of Nineteenth Century Short Stories, this collection of short stories by 19th and 20th century authors should appeal to Key Stage 3 and 4 students.

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      Published :2018-06-20T23:56:53+00:00

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    1. Wasi Rizvi

      A snapshot full of wonders, snapshot into early days of short stories as a stand-alone genre. This book is truly hard to put down!

    2. Julia

      Type Of Book: short storiesI like this book a lot because it has many different genres of short stories in a book. I liked most of the stories in the book but for some stories, I found it boring. I used to hate short stories because of the unclear endings for most of short stories. However, for this book, the stories were clearly ended and did not make me think what would happen next. For many people, that is why they read short stories but for me, It just makes me curious. I would recommend thi [...]

    3. Dieuwke

      what an absolute pleasure to read, little gems that kept me hooked, and then breathless.I could only read one short story at a time -they needed pondering, sinking in, awe.

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