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Brat Farrar Brat Farrar
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You look exactly like him! You can take the dead boy´s place and no one will ever know the difference. You´ ll be rich for life! And so the plan was born. At first Brat Farrar fought against the idea; it was criminal, it was dangerous. But in the end he was persuaded, and a few weeks later Patrick Ashby came back from the dead and went home to inherit the family house and fortune. The Ashby family seemed happy to welcome Patrick home, but Brat soon realized that somewhere there was a time-bomb ticking away, waiting to explode . . .

4º ESO Josephine Tey
Seven short stories Seven short stories
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In 1908 the young Katherine Mansfield left her native New Zealand and went to London, intent on a literary career. She died fifteen years later, leaving behind and extraordinary collection of stories. 

Bachillerato Katherine Mansfield
El rei dels captaires i altres contes hebreus El rei dels captaires i altres contes hebreus
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Els contes tradicionals del ric folklore hebreu estan plens d'històries sobrenaturals, enginyoses, alliçonadores, humorístiques..., però sempre carregades de valors morals. Així, per exemple, a "El gra de magrana" un pobre sabater ha de recórrer a l'astúcia i la intel·ligència per salvar la vida i denunciar implícitament la corrupció i hipocresia dels poderosos. La generositat, la saviesa, la tradició o la gratitud són, donc, valors molt presents en tot el recull, i la virtut sempre hi és merescudament recompensada.

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Peninnah Schram
Waverley Waverley
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In Waverley, his highly readable story of a romantic young man in the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745, Scott blends realism and romance, the old world and the new, Enlightenment and Romanticism. Waverley stands ultimately for peace and stability, for social and political cohesion and harmony - qualities which may, consciously or unconsciously, account for its immense popularity.

Bachillerato Sir Walter Scott
Tales of mystery and imagination Tales of mystery and imagination
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This collection of Poe's best stories contains all the terrifying and bewildering tales that characterize his work. As well as the Gothic horror of such famous stories as The Pit and the Pendulum, The Fall of the House of Usher, The Premature Burial and The Tell-Tale Heart, all of Poe's Auguste Dupin stories are included. These are the first modern detective stories and include The Murders in the Rue Morgue, The Mystery of Marie Roget and The Purloined Letter.

Bachillerato Edgar Allan Poe
The taming of the shrew The taming of the shrew
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One of Shakespeare's most popular comedies, The Taming of the Shrew is set in Italy and relates the story of a rich merchant's attempts to find suitable husbands for his two daughters, Katherina and Bianca. The gentle and beautiful Bianca has no shortage of ardent suitors, but who will risk his domestic happiness with the bad-tempered and proud Katherina? Tempted by her father's promise of a large dowry, Petrucchio offers himself as her husband. Will he succeed in eventually taming the "shrew"?

4º ESO William Shakespeare
Pygmalion Pygmalion
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"You see this creature with her kerbstone English: the English that will keep her in the gutter to the end of her days. Well, sir, in three months I could pass that girl off as a duchess at an ambassador's garden party." Can Professor Henry Higgins really turn flowergirl Eliza Doolule into a lady?

Bachillerato Bernard Shaw
Taste and other tales Taste and other tales
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There is a man who is sure he can hear plants scream and the wife who discovers a perfect way to get rid of her husband. And there's a woman who finds an unusual use for a leg of lamb...

4º ESO
Roald Dahl
Emma Emma
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Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, has a perfect life. She has decided never to get married but to live as the mistress of Hartfield, her father's house in the beautiful English countryside. But when she starts matchmaking she finds that her imagination has led her into danger.

4º ESO Jane Austen
The hunchback of Notre Dame The hunchback of Notre Dame
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One mornign in 1466, an ugly, deformed child is abandoned at the entrance to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Ayoung priest named Claude Frollo takes pity on him and adopts him, Frollo calls him Quasimodo amd makes him the bellringer of the Cathedral. Sixteen years later, Quasimodo lives a solitary life in the Cathedral, abandoned and humiliated by society.

3º ESO Victor Hugo
Bicentennial Man Bicentennial Man
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Andrew Martin is a robot, designed to serve and obey humans. But he wants to be human himself. Unlike other robots, andrew feels emotions. He also carves beautiful products from wood which he sells, using the money to buy his freedom.

4º ESO Isaac Asimov
Prisoners of Amazon Prisoners of Amazon
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Captain John Gates, Cathy Jones, Jane Dixon and Wilhelm Brunt find themselves in the middle of the Amazon rain forest, the only survivors of a plane crash. Their best chance of survival is to find their way to the Amazon River and try to get home form there.

4º ESO Christina Barclay
Sherlock Holmes investigates +CD Sherlock Holmes investigates +CD
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Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes appeared for the first time in "A Study in Scarlet" in 1887, and he soon became the most famous literary detective of all time. Here we see him at work in three stories: solving the problem of the hat and the goose in "The Blue Carbuncle"; finding the missing fiancé in "A Case of Identity" and discovering the identity of the strange creature in "The Yellow Face".

3º ESO Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Bucòliques Bucòliques
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Les Bucòliques és un poema de Virgili, inspirat en l'obra homònima del grec Teòcrit de Siracusa. Està composat per deu èglogues (aquí neix el nom del gènere, la ègloga, tan conreada al Renaixement). Els seus protagonistes són pastors que canten en paisatges propis del locus amoenus però que es veuen pertorbats pels canvis polítics i la passió amorosa. El poema està escrit en hexàmetres i va gaudir de gran èxit. S'aprecia la influència de la poesia de Valeri Catul, entre altres. - Wikipedia

Bachillerato Publio Virgilio Marón
Los libros son tímidos Los libros son tímidos
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Un autobús que no puede partir a causa de la nieve, una niña, sus primeros libros... Es éste un bellísimo texto en primera persona donde Giulia Alberico, hija de una maestra rural a la que siguió por diferentes pueblos y escuelas, nos habla, en un relato magnético y maravilloso, de su amor por los libros: la autobiografía de una lectora a través de los títulos que la han acompañado desde que era niña y adolescente (en la Italia de los años 50 y 60), hasta el día de hoy. 

Giulia Alberico
True adventure stories + CD True adventure stories + CD
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These four true stories describe Shackleton's journey to the South Pole, Amy Johnson's last flight, David Livingstone's search for the source of the Nile and the survival of a family lost in the Pacific.

3º ESO Peter Foreman
Rebecca + CD Rebecca + CD
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After the death of his beautiful wife Rebecca, Maxim de Winter goes to Monte Carlo to forget the past. There he meets and marries a quiet young woman and takes her back to Manderley, his family home in Cornwall. But will the memory of Rebecca destroy the new marriage?

Bachillerato Daphne du Maurier
My fair lady + CD My fair lady + CD
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My Fair Lady' is the story of a poor young flower-seller and a professor who doesn't like women. The professor decides to teach the flower-seller to speak better English. He wants to change her from street-girl to lady. But what will he learn from her?

3º ESO Alan Jay Lerner
The interpreter + CD The interpreter + CD
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Silvia Broome is an interpreter at the United Nations. One night she hears a plan to kill the President of the African state of Matobo. Agent Tobin Keller of the US Secret Service must stop the killers. But is Silvia telling the truth? Is she hiding something from him? Is she more dangerous than the President's other enemies?

4º ESO Karen Holmes
Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead man's Chest + CD Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead man's Chest + CD
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Jack Sparrow, captain of the Black Pearl, is back in a new adventure. This time he, Will Turner, Elizabeth Swann, and Commodore Norrington are all looking for a chest that belongs to the terrible Captain Davy Jones. But Davy Jones has other plans for Jack Sparrow...

3º ESO Irene Trimble
The Woman in white + CD The Woman in white + CD
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Only the woman in white knows the truth of Laura Fairlie's cruel husband. Can Walter Hartright discover the terrible secret? From the monment Walter meets this mysterious woman, his future and that of Laura are linked forever.

Bachillerato Wilkie Collins
Braveheart + CD Braveheart + CD
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'Sons of Scotland! You have come here to fight as free men. If you fight, perhaps you'll die. If you run, you may live for a time. But at what cost?' Braveheart is the story of William Wallace, who gave hope to Scottish people in their fight to be free

3º ESO Randall Wallace
Gulliverr's Travels + CD Gulliverr's Travels + CD
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Lemuel Gulliver tells the story of his fantastic adventures on the island of Lilliput where the people are tiny, and their self-importance laughable; in Brobdingnag where the people are giants and Gulliver is made to feel his own insignificance; in Laputa, the land of futile science; and finally in the land of the Houyhnhnms, where horses are endowed with reason while human beings are not.

3º ESO Jonathan Swift
David Copperfield + CD David Copperfield + CD
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David Copperfield's happy life suddenly changes when his mother marries again. Her new husband is cruel to him and sends him away to school. When David's mother dies, he is sent to work in London. He hates his job so he runs away. He has no money for food or for travelling. But it is the beginning of his life of adventure.

3º ESO Charles Dickens
Hard times for the time trippers + CD Hard times for the time trippers + CD
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Two friends from Greenwood Middle School, Matt and Linda, can travel in time. Using their special secret software, Matt decides to try and save his parents from the fatal accident that made him an orphan a few years ago. But after a computer error Matt goes back to the Victorian era, the time of the Industrial Revolution, workhouses, mines and Charles Dickens. Now Linda must save Matt, but is it possible to change the past?

3º ESO Maria Jack - Ian Lister
Robinson Crusoe Robinson Crusoe
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When the captain tells Robinson, 'Young man, you should never go to sea again... , Robinson ignores his advice and goes to sea again, with terrible consequences. He is forced into slavery and escapes, but he is then shipwrecked on a desert island, where he manages to survive through resourcefulness and luck.

3º ESO Daniel Defoe
Robinson Crusoe Robinson Crusoe
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When the captain tells Robinson, 'Young man, you should never go to sea again... , Robinson ignores his advice and goes to sea again, with terrible consequences. He is forced into slavery and escapes, but he is then shipwrecked on a desert island, where he manages to survive through resourcefulness and luck.

3º ESO Daniel Defoe
Robinson Crusoe Robinson Crusoe
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When the captain tells Robinson, 'Young man, you should never go to sea again... , Robinson ignores his advice and goes to sea again, with terrible consequences. He is forced into slavery and escapes, but he is then shipwrecked on a desert island, where he manages to survive through resourcefulness and luck.

3º ESO Daniel Defoe
Gladiator Gladiator
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Maximus is a general in the Roman army. After his last battle he wants to return to his family. But the new Emperor Commodus hates Maximus, and kills his family. Soon Maximus is a prisoner, then a slave, and finally a gladiator. When Emperor Commodus joins Maximus in the arena they fight for their lives.

3º ESO Dewey Gram
The jungle book The jungle book
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This in the story of Mowgli. He finds himself alone in the Indian jungle and a family of wolves adopts him. But the jungle is no a place for a human child and Mowgli must learn hoe to survive.

3º ESO Rudyard Kipling
Wicked and humorous tales + CD Wicked and humorous tales + CD
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A selection of amazing stories by Hector Hugh Munro, alias master short-story writer Saki. A nervous man is deceived by a teenage girl's extravagant stories.. A farmer asks three small children to forgive him...Two children create a shocking story about a doll...A boy battles to enjoy life with the help of his own personal god..A cat brings scandal to British society...A dramatic intrusion finally ends a disagreement between two long-time enemies...

3º ESO Saki
Danger at Shark Rock Danger at Shark Rock
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jenny isn't at all happy that she's going to spend her summer holiday at her grandfather's house on a small Sottish island. But one night there's a terrible storm and a ship hits Shark Rock, a dangerous rock near the island. Jenny learns that life on a small Sottish island con be exciting afer all.

1º ESO Pauline Francis
Strange tales Strange tales
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Do you believe in supernatural? If you don't, perhaps you'll change your mind after you read these stories. 

2º ESO Martin Sinclair
Vampire tales Vampire tales
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A collection of three stories about those mysterious creatures of the night - VAMPIRES! Who is Lord Ruthven? He fascinates the ladies, but terrible things happen to people after he helps them. He dies, but his body disappears. Why? Strange things are happening in Pierre's house. Is an invisible spirit watching him?

3º ESO David Grant
Jane Eyre Jane Eyre
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Jane Eyre, a penniless and unattractive orphan, becomes a governess at Thornfield Hall and falls in love with Edward Rochester, the guardian of her ward. But she soon discovers that he is hiding a terrible secret...

3º ESO Charlotte Brontë
The last of the mohicans +CD The last of the mohicans
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During the Seven Years' War between the French and the British, Cora and Alice Munro are on their way to Fort Henry to join their father, the commander. But their Indian guide, Magua, betrays the group to the Iroquois Indians. This is only the beginning of their many adventures.

3º ESO James Fenimore Cooper
A midsummer night's dream A midsummer night's dream
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Strange things happen one night in a wood outside Athens. Lovers hemia and Lysander are there, planning to marry secretly. Shile the lovers are sleeping a mischievous fairy puts magic juice on their eyelids. When they wake, each human loves the wrong person. How will the confusion end?

2º ESO William Shakespeare
Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde
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Stevenson's Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is one of the most famous novels of nineteenth-century literature. Through the narratives of Mr. Utterson, Mr. Enfield, Dr Lanyon and Poole, Dr Jekyll's butler, the mystery of Dr Jekyll is revealed: Dr Jekyll has discovered a drug which changes him into the wicked Mr. Hyde, the embodiment of his evil impulses.

3º ESO Robert Louis Stevenson
Little Women Little Women
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The great classic of American fiction tells the story of a year in the life of the March Family. Sat at the time of the Civil War, the four sisters meet many difficulties and dangers. But nothing or nobody beats them for long!

3º ESO Louisa M. Alcott
The lost love The lost love
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One summer's day, a young man is walking along a quiet country road. He meets a girl, a very pretty girl. She takes him to her home in a nearby village. But the village is not on the map, the people there wear strange clothes, and they cook their food in pots over the fire. Can this really be England?

3º ESO Jan Carew
The taming of the shrew + CD The taming of the shrew
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Full of romantic interest, intrigue and role reversal, together with the famous battle of wills between the two main charcters, Katharine and Petruchio, The Taming of the Shrew is known as one of Shakespeare's most popular comedies. Baptista's two beautiful daughters are ready for marriage. Bianca, pursued in love by three different suitors, cannot marry until someone dares to marry her sister, the proud and contemptuous Katharine...

3º ESO William Shakespeare
Julius Caesar Julius Caesar
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The scene is Rome and Julius Caesar is at the height of his power. Rome idolises him and is ready to offer him the crown. Marcus Brutus is Caesar's close friend and a Roman praetor. Brutus allows himself to be cajoled into joining a group of conspiring senators because of a growing suspicion—implanted by Caius Cassius—that Caesar intends to turn republican Rome into a monarchy under his own rule.

3º ESO William Shakespeare
The ghost of the green lady The ghost of the green lady
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Billy Harrison goes to a new boarding school and he hears a mysterious legendabout "The Ghost of the Green Lady". On the night of 1st February, a green lightappears over the lake near the school and people say it's the Green Lady. Billydecides to see the ghost and he goes to the lake. At the same time, strange thingsare happening at the school. A thief stealing valuable objects and everyone'sunder suspicion. What is going on?

1º ESO Caroline Stevens
King Solomon's Mines King Solomon's Mines
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In King Solomon's Mines, Sir Henry Curtis and Captain Good persuade Allan Quatermain to help them find Sir Henry's brother George, who has gone missing in the unexplored African interior while searching for the legendary treasure trove of a lost kingdom. Quatermain agrees to lead the expedition, though he has little hope they will return alive.

2º ESO H. Rider Haggard
The speckled band and other stories The speckled band and other stories
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"The Adventure of the Speckled Band" is one of the 56 short Sherlock Holmes stories written by Scottish author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It is the eighth of the twelve stories collected in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. It is one of four Sherlock Holmes stories that can be classified as a locked room mystery. The story was first published in Strand Magazine in February 1892, with illustrations by Sidney Paget. It was published under the different title "The Spotted Band" in New York World in August 1905. Doyle later revealed that he thought this was his best Holmes story.

3º ESO Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Alexander the great Alexander the great
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Alexander the Great became king of Macedonia at the age of twenty. When he died, twelve years later, he ruled the biggest empire that the world had ever known. His land stretched from Grees in the west to India in the east, coverring nearly two million square kilometres. Many people died as he and his army fought their way east. But he became a hero to many others and his achievement were extraordinary

3º ESO Fiona Beddall
The lost world The lost world
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Edward Malone wants to show he is a hero and convice Gladys, the love of his life, to marry him. He accompanies Professor Challenger, Professor Summerbe and Lord John Roxton on an expedition to the Amazon jungle.There, they find a lost world of hungry dinosaurs, savage pterodactyls and aggresive ape-people. An their adventures, the four men meet some Indians and help them fight against their enemy, the ape-people. Trapped in the Lost World, in the adventures confront an enormous dilemma: they don't know how to return to London.

3º ESO Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Green Planet + CD Green Planet + CD
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Fifty years ago green was just a colour. Now it's a way of looking at our world. But how green is our planet today?

From Rainbow Warrior to Exxon Valdez, from penguins to jaguars, from rainforests to oceans, this book explores the stories that have made environmental history.

2º ESO Christine Lindop
Heidi + CD Heidi + CD
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Adelheid (third syllable is pronounced as "height"), alias Heidi, is a girl who has been raised by her aunt Dete in Maienfeld, Switzerland after the early deaths of her parents, Tobias and Adelheid. Dete brings 5-year-old Heidi to her grandfather, who has been at odds with the villagers for years and lives in seclusion on the alm. This has earned him the nickname Alp-Öhi ("Alm Uncle"[4] in the Graubünden dialect). He at first resents Heidi's arrival, but the girl manages to penetrate his harsh exterior and Heidi subsequently has a delightful stay with him and her best friend, young Peter the goat-herd.

3º ESO Johanna Spyri
The call of the Wild + CD The call of the Wild
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When men find gold in the frozen north of Canada, they need dogs – big, strong dogs to pull the sledges on the long journeys to and from the gold mines.

Buck is stolen from his home in the south and sold as a sledge-dog. He has to learn a new way of life – how to work in harness, how to stay alive in the ice and the snow . . . and how to fight. Because when a dog falls down in a fight, he never gets up again.

3º ESO Jack London

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33 cartas desde Montmartre


París es la fuente de inspiración de Nicolás Barreau, autor que ha vendido ya miles de ejemplares de sus novelas románticas.

En este caso, se ambienta en el cementerio de Montmartre, donde Julien va a visitar con frecuencia la tumba de su mujer Helene, que ha fallecido joven por una enfermedad. Le ha dejado un hijo pequeño y un extraño encargo: escribirle 33 cartas. Julien tarda bastante en hacerlo porque está profundamente afectado y sumido en su dolor. Pero al fin comienza a escribir. Y las va depositando en un lugar oculto en la tumba. Pero las cartas empiezan a desaparecer y, a cambio, aparecen diversos objetos que entrañan mensajes ocultos…

Portada del libro
Misterio y romanticismo en el París más emblemático.

Una fashionista viajera en el tiempo. 1: El baúl de viaje


Imaginativa novela que narra la experiencia de Louise, una niña americana de doce años, gran admiradora de la moda Vintage, que al probarse un vestido con casi cien años de antigüedad se ve transportada a bordo del Titanic poco antes de hundirse, y convertida en la actriz que lo vestía en ese momento.

Un viaje en el tiempo, personajes históricos, el Titanic, detalles de humor, algo de romance y un final feliz completan un libro sano, divertido y de diseño atractivo por las bonitas ilustraciones que contiene.

Portada del libro
Imaginativa novela que narra la experiencia de Louise, una niña americana de doce años.



Frederica es una novela romántica, ambientada en la época de la Regencia, editada en inglés en 1965.

La protagonista es una joven que ejerce como tutora de tres hermanos menores: Charis, una joven de extraordinaria belleza, aunque algo simple; Jeremy que aspira a la vida eclesiástica; y Félix, el más pequeño, muy inquieto intelectualmente. Como viven en el campo y con escasa fortuna, Frederica decide ir a Londres a presentar en sociedad a su hermana con el fin de que pueda contraer un matrimonio ventajoso.

La novela cuenta el romance entre dos jóvenes algo insustanciales, y dos personas maduras, inteligentes y responsables.

Resultan muy atractivos los rasgos de la protagonista: alegre, inteligente y volcada en sus hermanos. Y también el potencial de cambio del, en principio frívolo, marqués de Albertstocke. Una novela muy trabajada y agradable.

Portada del libro
Frederica es una novela romántica, ambientada en la época de la Regencia, editada en inglés en 1965.

El hostal de las ilusiones


La acción de El hostal de las ilusiones se desarrolla en Cedar Cove, pequeño pueblo costero cerca de Seattle, en la península de Kitsap. Allí se traslada Jo Marie Rose, profundamente apenada por la muerte de su marido en Afganistán, con la intención de cambiar radicalmente de vida y compra un pequeño hostal. A esa casa van llegando diversos huéspedes con diferentes problemáticas, algunos de ellos abrumados por dramáticos sucesos. El cordial ambiente que se va creando contribuye a que todos ellos se reconcilien con su pasado y afronten la vida con esperanza.

Portada del libro
La acción de El hostal de las ilusiones se desarrolla en Cedar Cove, pequeño pueblo costero cerca de Seattle, en la península de Kitsap

Bienvenidos al hostal de la felicidad


Bienvenidos al hostal de la felicidad es la nueva novela de Debbie Macomber en la que su protagonista, Jo Marie, ha comprado el hostal de Cedar Cove.

Allí van llegando huéspedes como Annie, que ha organizado en ese lugar el aniversario de boda de sus abuelosy se encuentra con un antiguo novio hacia quien manifiesta gran hostilidad inicial... También se instala en el hostal Mary, para recuperarse de su reciente operación de cáncer y allí coincide con quien mantuvo una relación amorosa hace tiempo.

En torno a la problemática de estas tres mujeres y sus dramas personales y sentimentales gira toda la narración que se desarrolla en el clima cordial y amable de Cedar Cove que contribuye a que sea más fácil sobrellevar las situaciones dolorosas.

Portada del libro
La novela presenta varias historias de segundas oportunidades en las que el romanticismo es un elemento fundamental.

La dama de blanco


Novela de intriga en la que los tortuosos manejos de un lord arruinado para apoderarse de la herencia de su mujer se mezclan con el secreto de su pasado y la aparición misteriosa de una joven vestida de blanco.

La obra es un ejemplo clásico de la novelística inglesa del siglo XIX. En ella se mezclan el cuadro de costumbres en un marco aristocrático y refinado, la trama sentimental y la tensión dramática provocada por la turbia conducta de dos personajes sin escrúpulos.

Los protagonistas viven, paralelamente, una historia amorosa y una intriga en que intervienen motivaciones económicas y espionaje. Las dos ponen a prueba la rectitud de su conducta y la firmeza de sus principios, pero en ambos casos actúan de forma totalmente correcta.

El autor no se deja llevar por una moral convencional y de apariencias, sino que sus personajes se mueven con honestidad. Como réplica, los implicados en acciones reprobables pagan con la vida las consecuencias de su maldad.

Portada del libro
La obra es un ejemplo clásico de la novelística inglesa del siglo XIX.

Los pilares del cielo


Novela para todos los públicos que gustará especialmente a los lectores juveniles pues aborda sobre todo cuestiones de fondo existenciales que conectan muy bien con las inquietudes que se tienen en estas edades. Más todavía: el autor incorpora un tema que se aborda poco en la literatura juvenil, más volcada por lo general a cuestiones epidérmicas: el progresivo proceso de conversión religiosa de un joven, Aarón, que se acerca a la religión gracias a la amistad con un grupo de amigos que viven de manera natural sus creencias, sin imposturas.

En este sentido, la novela se acerca de manera muy directa a los jóvenes protagonistas sin utilizarlos y sin incluir explícitas moralejas. Todo lo que sucede en la novela está perfectamente narrado, con gran calidad literaria, y con las referencias culturales y el lenguaje propio de los jóvenes. La acción se desarrolla en Mejorada del Campo, localidad próxima a Madrid a donde se traslada el protagonista con su madre.

Portada del libro
Novela para todos los públicos que gustará especialmente a los lectores juveniles.