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eReader APP

A selection of titles is available for the eReaders Kiosk: text enriched with fascinating images, full audio recording, self-correcting activities with progress monitoring.
Possibility to:
  • Purchase single titles;
  • Activate the digital book for free using the code supplied in the paper version;
  • Subscribe to the whole catalogue on a monthly basis.
Do you have a code? Find out how to use it.

eBooks

Black Cat Cideb Readers are available in ebook format. 4 Languages, beautiful illustrations, synchronized audio, notes, interactive activities and games.

Audio Books

The whole Black Cat Cideb collection is also available in Audiobook format. Look for this icon in the book description.

DeA Link

DeA Link is the De Agostini Scuola App which enables you to access multimedia content for the printed book with your smartphone or tablet.
How to use

Are you a teacher?

Enrich your lesson with the Black Cat Cideb Graded Readers.
In the section dedicated to each title you can find:

ANSWER KEYS

A pdf file with all the Answer Keys to all the activities in the book.

EXIT TEST

A final Exit Test to check comprehension of the whole story.

AUDIO

The mp3 files of the tracks not present on the Audio cd.

PLAYSCRIPTS

For the dramatization of the story.

Teacher's guides specific to the book

A rich guide with tips, suggestions and extra activities.

Black Cat Graded Readers Handbook

An 80 page guide on how Graded Readers can be exploited to the full in a variety of teaching situations. Download

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