Silas Marner leads a simple life as a weaver in the village of Raveloe. All he does is work, he has no friends and the only thing he loves is his money, which he counts every day. Then one day his money is stolen and a little girl comes to live with him. Soon Silas Marner starts to change
Whoosh! goes the water hose. Ooo! Eee! Ooo! goes the siren. Ding! Ding! goes the fire alarm.
Little Critter and his classmates are taking a trip to the firehouse! Little Critter puts on his boots and jacket—now he's ready to help Fireman Joe. After checking the hose and ladder, Little Critter is ready for a fireman's helmet of his own. Join Little Critter as he learns to stop, drop, and roll with Fireman Joe!
This sweet, simple story is perfect for emergent readers ready to climb their own ladder.
This is a compact guide to Leo Babauta's time-proven methods for beating procrastination, for increasing motivation and beating the fears that cause us to procrastinate. ‘Nothing is so fatiguing as the eternal hanging on of an uncompleted task.’ ~William James
Post written by Leo Babauta. I’m thrilled to share with you my new ebook: The Little Guide to Un-Procrastination.It’s something many people have been asking for — procrastination is a problem we all struggle with, and something I only began to overcome in the last few years.
In The Little Red Book of Very Dirty Words, you'll find the dirtiest of the dirty, along with the most obscene variations from English-speaking countries around the world. Inside this book: The dirtiest words in the English language! And we're not just talking about those infamous seven words you can't say on TV. We're talking about more than 1,000 words.