Настоящая книга представляет собой сборник маленьких рассказов, стихотворений, сказок и песен на английском языке. Она предназначена для домашнего чтения учащихся средней школы. Тексты были заимствованы из различных источников, и подверглись сильной адаптации. Трудно переводимые места в текстах объяснены в постраничных сносках (англ, рус, укр). В конце книги помещен англо-русско-украинский словарь трудных слов.
It is a high-level consumer magazine offering a fun and lively mix of word and visual puzzles, brainteasers, and much more. The expanded Pencilwise section features crosswords and crossword variants, Paint by Numbers, logic puzzles, and many other diversions for your solving pleasure. The 16 full-color pages include interesting and timely articles and puzzles, as well as reviews of new board games and electronic games, a calendar of upcoming events, and news from the world of games and puzzles.
My First Chess Book: 35 Easy and Fun Chess-based Activities for Children
Learn how to play chess the world's most popular board game! It's easy to learn, and anyone can play it.
This isn't just a textbook about the rules of the game! This book teaches the basics of chess through fun mini games to get good at it and start winning. Improve your skills through 35 entertaining activities.
Patterns are fascinating! They can be so beautiful that people come from all over the world to see them, or so familiar you hardly notice them. They appear everywhere: beehives, dinner plates, even the bottoms of your shoes! With stunning photographs that show diverse examples from nature and artwork around the world, Bruce Goldstone reveals the secrets behind patterns-and gives you some fun ideas for making your own.
Did he call his shot or didn't he? Witnesses never agreed. Like other baseball fans, Joe Stoshack wants to know the truth. Joe Stoshack and his father Bill travel back to 1932 and catch Babe Ruth's called shot in Game 3 of the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs.
Parr (The Okay Book) combines rainbow colors, simple drawings and reassuring statements in this optimistic book. His repetitive captions offer variations on the title and appear in a typeface that looks handcrafted and personalized. A fuchsia elephant stands against a zingy blue background ("It's okay to have a different nose") and a lone green turtle crosses a finish line ("It's okay to come in last"). A girl blushes at the toilet paper stuck to her shoe ("It's okay to be embarrassed") and a lion says "Grr," "ROAR" and "purrr" ("It's okay to talk about your feelings").