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How the Whale Became and Other Stories

How the Whale Became and Other StoriesHow the Whale Became and Other Stories

Long ago when the world was brand new, the sun rose into the sky and brought the first day. Then, from every side, from under leaves and frdm behind rocks, creatures began to appear. To begin with, all the creatures were rather alike - they had no idea what they were going to become. All these stories are beautifully told by one of our leading poets, Ted Hughes.


Assorted English Activties: All in One English

Assorted English Activties: All in One EnglishAssorted English Activties: All in One English

Assorted English Activties is the best collection I've ever had. It enriches teachers, students and language learners with a lot of wonderful materials of English. I myself use it to prepare joyful lessons for my students that enhance speaking and writing skills. The collection consists of  piles of files that are about:- A bit of everything - Children songs - Conversation and Writing Questions - English Idioms - English Proverbs - Fairy Tales - Folk Tales- Games and Activties for teachers - General Knowledge Questions - Grammar Summary - Guess the End of the Jokes - Inspirational Stories - Jokes and Funny Dialogues - Lessons with Laughter - Phrasal Verbs and A LOT...

Rio Blue and Jewel (Early Beginner)

Rio Blue and Jewel (Early Beginner)Rio Blue and Jewel (Early Beginner)

Series: (A Twentiegh Century Fox Film).
Level 1: Early Beginner
Blu is from the USA/ Now he is in Rio with Jewel, a beatiful blue Spix’s Macaw.
It’s Carnival time! But who are Marcel and Nigel? And why do they have lots of birds in cages?
Pablo Picasso Worlds Greatest Artists (Childs World)

Pablo Picasso – World’s Greatest Artists (Child’s WorldPablo Picasso – World’s Greatest Artists (Child’s World

Introduces Pablo Picasso as one of the greatest modern artists by exploring the many styles and techniques he used to create such masterpieces as Guernica and works from his cubist, Blue, and Rose periods.
Theodosia and the Last Pharaoh

Theodosia and the Last PharaohTheodosia and the Last Pharaoh

In this fourth book in the series, Theodosia sets off to Egypt to return the Emerald Tablet—embedded with the knowledge of some of the ancient world’s most guarded secrets. Accompanied by her cat, Isis (smuggled along in a basket), Theo plans to return the artifact, then explore the mysteries surrounding her own birth and oh, yes— help her mother dig up treasures on her archeological expedition.

But nothing ever works out as planned, especially when a precious treasure appears suddenly, and then just as suddenly disappears . . . When the Serpents of Chaos get involved, Theo finds she’s digging up a lot more than she expected!
The Unicorn's Tale

The Unicorn's TaleThe Unicorn's Tale

Is there no rest for the travel worn and weary? Not if you are Nathaniel Fludd, world’s youngest beastologist-in-training. All Nate really wants is to track down his missing parents, but when a unicorn falls mysteriously ill, Nate’s Aunt Phil makes it clear where beastologists’ duties lie: with the beasts who need them.

If ministering to the creatures of the world isn’t difficult enough, Nate and Aunt Phil must also keep them safe from a villainous man. Will Nate ever find the parents he is so absolutely convinced are alive?


A Caldecott classic celebrating twenty years in print.

David Wiesner received the 1991 Caldecott Medal for Tuesday. In the years that followed, he went on to receive two more Caldecotts, and Tuesday went on to sell half a million copies in the United States and to be published in a dozen foreign countries. Now, with remarkable advances in the technology of color reproduction, the original artwork for Tuesday is being reproduced anew, for an edition even more faithful to the palette and texture of David Wiesner’s watercolor paintings. The whimsical account of a Tuesday when frogs were airborne on their lily pads will continue to enchant readers of all ages.

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