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Cambridge Bilingual Graded Reading
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  • "Cambridge Bilingual Graded Reading • Fiction Library" is introduced from Cambridge University Press. It is a series of graded reading materials jointly created by English language teaching experts and fiction writers for non-English speaking English learners. It is suitable for students from senior primary school to university and other English learners at the same level. This book is the fifth level of the reader, the reference vocabulary of this level is 2800 words, suitable for senior two, senior three students and the equivalent level of readers to read. Pilots Don and Paul deliver a plane called a honey Quoll to Melbourne's Aviation Museum while also carrying out a mysterious flight plan. Don's 14-year-old daughter Judy was traveling with them. En route, the honey Quoll crashes, killing Paul. Was the crash an act of God, or was it man-made? And who is behind this? Do Don and Judy manage to escape and bring the criminals to justice in their struggle with the people behind the crime?


    "Cambridge Bilingual Graded Reading • Fiction Library" is introduced from Cambridge University Press. It is a series of graded reading materials jointly created by English language teaching experts and fiction writers for non-English speaking English learners. It is suitable for students from senior primary school to university and other English learners at the same level. This book is the fifth level of the reader, the reference vocabulary of this level is 2800 words, suitable for senior two, senior three students and the equivalent level of readers to read. Pilots Don and Paul deliver a plane called a honey Quoll to Melbourne's Aviation Museum while also carrying out a mysterious flight plan. Don's 14-year-old daughter Judy was traveling with them. En route, the honey Quoll crashes, killing Paul. Was the crash an act of God, or was it man-made? And who is behind this? Do Don and Judy manage to escape and bring the criminals to justice in their struggle with the people behind the crime?