Hello and Sawasdee khrap, I've got to check some books over the weekend and let my head teacher know what I think of them.-<?> WE were using the ones from Palangi Publishing Co., LTD for grade one, two and three this year. The new books ( on first sight) seem to be a little bit too difficult, for example an assignment for grade three students where they have to create word problems by only having some numbers. To be able to do such a task their English would have to be much better. Unfortunately, are many students not able to master word problems, so it wouldn't make much sense at all. But that's only my opinion and I might be completely wrong about it. The new books come in two different categories for each subject, for example the textbook for math also called "SUPER MATH" from a company called "Aksorn." All subject books come in two books, the student and the workbook. And there are two red books, named 2 A, and two blue books, called 2 B. I haven't had the time to see what the difference between A and B is but I truly hope that some members here know these books and have worked with them before. To be honest, I have never heard about a "Aksorn book company before." My questions are particularly for those who are teaching in an EP program and it would be very nice if you guys share your experience. I got a sort of familiar with the "Pelangi" books and wouldn't have a problem to use other books. It's all in favor of the students and not what's easier to teach. Thanks a lot in advance for any useful input. Khop Khun Maak Khrap. Thanks a lot and a great weekend.