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Sky Hawk by Gill Lewis
When Callum and Iona find a rare osprey in the depths of the Scottish Highlands, they make a promise to keep their discovery a secret, but can they keep the bird safe from harm? Sky Hawk is a captivating tale that can inform discussions around conservation, different cultures and friendships.
The Devil Walks by Anne Fine
Raised as an invalid by his mother, Daniel's world is turned upside down when he is examined by a doctor who can find no evidence of his illness. This gripping gothic novel is an ideal introduction to the gothic genre and full of twists and turns.
The Invisible Man adapted by Adrian Flynn
Medical student Griffin arrives at a small village wrapped in bandages; however no one can guess the true reason for his disguise. Terror, revenge and chaos ensue as Griffin comes to terms with his latest experiment.
The Rivals by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Oxford Student Texts are a great way into the classic writers that many students first encounter at A Level. Tasks are designed to encourage student engagement with the texts, and essay questions prepare them for the exam. Email email@example.com to take a closer look.