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BREAKING NEWS: Fiction in Action: Whodunit  has won the 2011 ELTons Cambridge ESOL International Award for Innovation!

Last November, Whodunit was awarded The Duke of Edinburgh's English-Speaking Union English Language Award 2010 in an awards ceremony held at Buckingham Palace. Congratulations Adam! Congratulations Marcos!

An eText through Creative Commons!

Fiction in Action: Whodunit. The world's first ELT eText available through Creative Commons. Click on the cover to find out more.



Books Doing Good

New for the Japan Association for Language Teaching conference in 2009! At Booth 22 in the Educational Materials Exhibition. An event to recycle your used books and to help recycle other peoples' used books with all proceeds going to charity. Paperback novels, nonfiction books, books for self help, business and for children. All 100 yen each with all money going to charity. Stop by. Peruse and choose! The Books Doing Good sale is sponsored by ABAX and Language Solutions. Money from the sale of books will go the charity, NPO-Lesa, run by Shinichi Ito, a former manager for an English training company. Money raised will be used to help students studying English in Laos and Vietnam and to help children infected with AIDs.

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