New Magic is the second edition of the successful Magic series, carefully constructed to support schools in following the 2004 English Language Curriculum Guide for Primary 1–6. New Magic provides a stimulating task-based learning environment that makes learning English entertaining and enjoyable. Focused on the development and consolidation of the skills and subskills needed for English language learning, New Magic paves the way for lifelong learning and effective communication.
Oxford Storyland Readers
(Enhanced edition) series provides interesting and lively stories
and a thematically related factual section at the higher levels. It is accompanied
by a phonics guide, online teacher's resources and web-based parent's guides.
Oxford Storyland Readers (Enhanced edition) interactive CD-ROMs and packs
are also available.
Oxford Story Tree series
contains 46 storybooks in seven levels. It provides an extensive selection
of interesting reading materials which feature colourful and humorous real-life
situations as well as exciting and imaginative adventures. The materials
aim to develop students' reading skills and to arouse their interest in
reading for enjoyment.
Read with Phinnie series
contains 72 storybooks in six levels. It includes both fiction and non-fiction
stories to cater for learner interests at different levels. The series provides
a wide range of learning and teaching resources, including e-books, big
books and teacher's books.
Reading Rainbow aims to create well-written
and relevant stories with an authentic context that will encourage students
to enjoy reading, as well as teaching them general skills, good behaviour,
health/social/environmental awareness. The teacher's books and parent's
guides give guidance on the teaching strategies and suggestions for extra
Text Types for Hongkong Primary Schools is a series of 6 innovative student books designed to help students write in a variety of text types according to their needs and purposes. The books provide lively, relevant writing models that reflect the aims of current curriculum documents.