Tom Gates: Best Book Day Ever! (so far): World Book Day 2013

Author: Liz Pichon

Publisher: Scholastic UK

ISBN: 1407138804

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 96

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A BRILLIANT new TOM GATES book for World Book Day 2013 crammed with Tom's stories and doodles. It's BOOK WEEK in Oakfield school and EVERYONE is very excited. Including all the teachers, who are making costumes of their own. Mr Keen says there's an EXCELLENT prize on offer for BEST costumes worn on BOOK DAY. So suddenly making a good costume is VITALLY important, but tricky and Delia's not much help (as usual). Then Marcus decides that HE is a super hero and can't understand why 'Super Marcus' isn't the best name.
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Best Book Day Ever!(So Far)

Author: Liz Pichon

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781407136813

Category: Children's costumes

Page: 83

View: 2368

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This is crammed with Tom's stories and doodles. "It's BOOK WEEK in Oakfield school and EVERYONE is very excited. Including all the teachers, who are making costumes of their own. Mr Keen says there's an EXCELLENT prize on offer for BEST costumes worn on BOOK DAY. So suddenly making a good costume is VITALLY important, but tricky and Delia's not much help (as usual). Then Marcus decides that HE is a super hero and can't understand why 'Super Marcus' isn't the best name."
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Family, Friends and Furry Creatures

Author: Liz Pichon

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781743816523

Category: Children's stories

Page: 272

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In the next hilarious instalment of Tom Gates, Mr Fullerman has a class assignment: a family tree! Tom's ready to learn all about the Gates family, his friends and a furry creature (or two!). But just what *is* that squeaking sound coming from Tom's shoes?
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The Birth Of The Modern

World Society 1815-1830

Author: Paul Johnson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1780227140

Category: History

Page: 1120

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A classic study of fifteen crucial years in the formation of the modern world The Birth of the Modern has established itself as a new kind of historical work - an examination of the way the matrix of the modern world was formed. Paul Johnson, one of today's most popular historians, takes fifteen critical years and subjects them to a fascinatingly detailed analysis: their geopolitics and politics, their cultural and intellectual life, their technology and science. He investigates every area of life, in every corner of the world. And he makes of this huge variety of elements a coherent narrative, told through the lives and actual words of the age's people - outstanding and ordinary - so that the reader feels he was there.
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