A collection of six beautifully-illustrated phonics stories for early readers which comes with a CD reading of the stories.
Author: Russell Punter
A collection of six beautifully-illustrated phonics stories for early readers which comes with a CD reading of the stories. Lively rhyming stories with humorous and irresistible illustrations by David Semple, which use phonic repetition specially designed to help children learn to read. The simple rhyming text helps to develop essential language and early reading skills, and there are guidance notes for parents at the back of the book.
This charming tale from the popular Phonics Readers series has been specially adapted into a new, board book format, complete with embedded sound chips.
Author: Russell Punter
This charming tale from the popular Phonics Readers series has been specially adapted into a new, board book format, complete with embedded sound chips. Pressing the buttons on the pages means children can hear the story as they read along, encouraging confidence in beginner readers.
Jamie is a bright, creative, talented, and a beautiful young girl who inspired me to
write this story. With Jamie's imagination and very creative mind she was very
helpful in coming u|o with the title and storyline with me for my loook. So with this
Author: Barbara Huy
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
This story is about two llamas who are brother and sister that got invited to a sleep over. Follow them on their quest to find the perfect pair of pajamas that fit just right.
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way you won't hurry , / and ... your big card- board box . " Keeping props to a
minimum in his watercolor - and - ink vignettes , Reynolds portrays the young
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These tend to focus on two key llama qualities: their propensity to spit and the fact
that 'llama' rhymes with 'pyjama'. ... Brother (1996) tells the story of Dudley, a llama in the Rocky Mountains who constantly squabbles with his sibling. ... Another children's book, Victor Vicuña's Volcano Vacation (2012) by Barbara
DeRubertis, narrates the adventures of a young vicuña, the eponymous Victor,
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Author: Helen Cowie
Publisher: Reaktion Books
Known for their woolly charm, sure-footed strength, and a propensity to spit at you if you bother them too much, llamas have had a rich and diverse history. Since their domestication high in the Andes, they have been farmed, smuggled, sacrificed, and sometimes kept around just to be petted. They have functioned at different times as luxury commodities, literary muses, and national symbols, and they have served by turns as beasts of burden, circus performers, and even golf caddies. In this book, Helen Cowie charts the fascinating history of llamas and their close relatives, alpacas, guanacos, and vicuñas. Cowie illustrates how deeply the Incas venerated llamas and shows how the animals are still cherished in their native lands in Peru and Bolivia, remaining central to Andean culture. She also tells the story of attempts to introduce llamas and alpacas to Britain, the United States, and Australia, where they are used today for trekking, wool production, and even as therapy animals. Packed with llama drama and alpaca facts, this book will delight animal lovers, fans of natural history, and anyone who just can’t resist these inimitable animals’ off-the-charts cuteness factor.
The role of parent-child and teacher-child shared story telling and storybook reading is a key vehicle for supporting children's development of emergent literacy and early language skills. This highly usable and practical book brings the advantages of sharing books and stories to educational and clinical settings, effectively demonstrating how it may be used to support: print knowledge phonological awareness vocabulary inferential language abilities grammatical and narrative skills With contributions from notable scholars who actively conduct research in the areas of education, developmental psychology, speech language pathology, reading, and early literacy, this unique resource synthesizes and applies current theory and research on uses of sharing books and stories in educational and intervention contexts.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears ( Traditional tale ) . . Llamas in Pajamas . . . . .
Spots and Stripes and Squiggly Lines . The Very Special Slippers . . . . Slip , Trip ,
Slithery Bump . . . . . . . King Rumbletum ' s Sleepless Night Scruffy ' s New
"Llamas in Pajamas." "I told you Annie's an actress, didn't I, Mum?" “You did.” "I'm
fed up with it, though." Annie told us. "I really want to write my own show. I'm
researching some stories at the moment." I wished I could tell her the story I knew
Author: Isabel Wolff
“A captivating story about the power of friendship . . . More than a novel, it is a recipe for happiness.”—Anne Fortier, New York Times bestselling author of Juliet Every dress has a history. And so does every woman. Phoebe Swift’s friends are stunned when she abruptly leaves a plum job to open her own vintage clothing shop in London—but to Phoebe, it’s the fulfillment of a dream, and her passion. Digging for finds in attics and wardrobes, Phoebe knows that when you buy a piece of vintage clothing, you’re not just buying fabric and thread—you’re buying a piece of someone’s past. But one particular article of clothing will soon unexpectedly change her life. Thérèse Bell, an elderly Frenchwoman, has an impressive clothing collection. But among the array of elegant suits and couture gowns, Phoebe finds a child’s sky-blue coat—an item with which Mrs. Bell is stubbornly reluctant to part. As the two women become friends, Phoebe will learn the poignant tale of that little blue coat. And she will discover an astonishing connection between herself and Thérèse Bell—one that will help her heal the pain of her own past and allow her to love again. BONUS: This edition contains an A Vintage Affair discussion guide and an excerpt from Isabel Wolff's The Very Picture of You. “Romantic and sumptuous, this is a must for fans of vintage dresses and vintage romance.”—Hester Browne, author of The Little Lady Agency “This colorful new novel has something for everyone. There is mystery, romance, great characters, as well as London and France.”—Naples Daily News “Deftly blends past and present, romance and mystery, and a theme of forgiveness and redemption.”—Mary Kincaid, HuffPost
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Whose Mouse Are You ? by Rober Kraus ( Macmillan , 1972 ) is a short brightly ...
Another appealing dog character and more delightful , detailed pictures_by the
author and artist of Tough Enough ( BOOKLIST 51:20 , S 1 54 ) . Ages 4-8 . Dogs
- Stories 55-8694 ( W ) Houghton Mifflin's * New Fall Books for Boys & Girls *
send for our free illustrated catalogue ... The nonsensical pictures and easily
remembered rhymes - 3 jaguars playing guitars , 8 llamas wearing pajamas , 10
cats trying ...
... THE MOONPATH AND OTHER STORIES Robert Swindells A rich selection of
meaningful tales involving unusual animals ... personalities , including a boa
constrictor from Goa and a poor man whose pyjamas were purloined by two llamas .
Otters – Stories] I. Hoban, Lillian, illus. II. Title. Trade ed. ... Essays by Marianne
Moore [others] Mamaroneck, N.Y., P. P. Appel, 1971. 218p. ports, 24cm. ISBN 0-
91 1858-17-2 ... The llamas' pajamas, by C. Wirths. [PZ5.H858] [E] 79-136997
Any children's library might well have both books since they frequently
supplement each other in vocabulary and information . ... Bacon , Mrs F. A.
Turkey tale . Oxford Univ . ... There are eight and " The llamas put on pyjamas . "
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