New items in our Learning English collection

Our amazing Learning English collection have new titles that focus on the English language skills necessary for the real world with Outcomes, a six-level integrated-skills series with grammar and vocabulary for young adult and adult in Life and engaging stories for all reader levels. Enjoy!


Outcomes Pre-intermediate student’s book / Dellar, Hugh
“The second edition of Outcomes is the only course that is consistently focused on helping students achieve the real world communicative outcomes they want and need.” (adapted from Catalogue)

Outcomes. Intermediate student’s book / Dellar, Hugh
“This lexically rich course emphasises students’ need to have the conversations in English that they would in their own language. This new edition contains more contemporary and global content, reflecting English as it is used in the world and is visible via rewritten texts and new National Geographic photos and videos. There is a strong emphasis on real and natural English usage so students can develop the English language skills necessary for the real world.” (adapted from Catalogue)

Life. Beginner student’s book / Stephenson, Helen
“Now in a new edition, National Geographic Learning brings the world to your classroom with Life, a six-level integrated-skills series with grammar and vocabulary for young adult and adult English language learners.” (adapted from Catalogue)

Life. Intermediate student’s book / Stephenson, Helen
“Through stunning National Geographic content, video, and engaging topics, Life inspires a generation of informed decision-makers. With Life, learners develop their ability to think critically and communicate effectively in the global community.” (Catalogue)

Common English mistakes explained with examples : over 300 mistakes almost students make and how to avoid them in less than 5 minutes a day / Mitchell, Rachel
“Do you usually make mistakes in English? – Do you feel tired of making the same mistakes in English again and again? – Would you like to learn how to avoid and correct those typical mistakes so you are error-free? – Do you expect to get the score you wished in academic exams like FCE, CAE, CPE, and IELTS?” (adapted from Catalogue)

Idioms for IELTS speaking / Mitchell, Rachel
“Master 500+ idioms in use, explained in 10 minutes a day.” (Summary from Catalogue)

Shortcut to English collocations. master 400+ English collocations in use, explained under 20 minutes a day / Book 3 : / Mitchell, Rachel
“As the author of this book, I believe that this book will be an indispensable reference and trusted guide for you who may want to use English words in a correct but natural way. Once you read this book, I guarantee you that you will have learned an extraordinarily wide range of useful, and practical English Collocations that will help you become a successful English learner, particularly in examinations such as Cambridge FCE, CAE, CPE, and IELTS; as well as you will even become a successful English user in work and in life within a short period of time only.” (adapted from Catalogue)


Samurai : the story of a warrior / Phillips, Dee
“These graphic and colorful 48-page books meet Common Core genre requirements and feature a fictional story, two pages of nonfiction, and two pages of activities, giving students some background knowledge necessary to understanding historical events. Using fiction to amplify history also allows students to think critically about the past and piques curiosity, leading to further exploration and discovery.” (adapted from Catalogue)

Fault lines / Perritano, John
“Why does the earth move? What makes us feel the shake? Where is the largest fault line? How many faults are there? Why are faults helpful?”–Back cover.” (Catalogue)

King Tut’s curse, amazing athletic feats, monster or myth?– and more! / Greene, Janice
“A collection of true stories about incredible and mysterious phenomena.” (Catalogue)

Cold cases / Thomas, T. R
“Bursting with facts, these books will truly enthrall struggling readers. Nonfiction titles cover high-interest topics both creepy and utterly terrifying. Each title is thoroughly researched and includes an introduction, five chapters, an epilogue, glossary, and index. On-the-scene photography captures students imagination and spurs further reading. These are books that struggling readers will not put down!” (Catalogue)