Feisty. Ballsy. Bold. And not your average 70-year-old woman. After a late-night tryst with a much younger man, Maisie Fezziwig wakes to a harrowing scream outside. Curious, she removes a pistol from her dresser drawer and walks outside to investigate. The sleepy street is still and calm at first, until Maisie stumbles on a grisly murder that will change her life forever.
An outbreak of kleptomania at a student hostel was not normally the sort of crime that aroused Hercule Poirot's interest. But then he saw the list of stolen and vandalized items: a stethoscope, some old flannel trousers, a box of chocolates, a slashed rucksack, and a diamond ring found in a bowl of soup. The list made absolutely no sense at all. But, reasoned Poirot, if this was merely a petty thief at work, why was everyone at the hostel so frightened?
"Enter Miss Lemon!"
One night, when they should be snug in their beds, three little mice instead sneak out of their room to explore the house. The Story of "Hickory, Dickory, Dock" tells the real story behind the nursery rhyme favorite.
Collins brings the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie, to English language learners. Agatha Christie is the most widely published author of all time in any language. Now Collins has adapted her famous detective novels for English language learners. These carefully abridged versions are shorter, with the language targeted at learners of English.
Sometimes kids just feel silly, and here's a great way to get the silly's out with this collection of rhymes! This collections includes Hey Diddle Diddle, A Tisket a Tasket and more.