A cute and snuggly story to read all on your own, all about five crazy frogs. It’s not often that we see a first reading series quite as adorable as Ready, Steady, Read!. It ticks all the boxes for you small readers. And it’s full of great features to help you learn. You’ll adore the cheerful pictures and seriously cute animals. But best of all are the games and activities linked to each story, which help to build your understanding. If you can already read easy words and want to stretch yourself further, we can’t think of a nicer way to do it.
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A series of seemingly random disappearances - stretching back to the millennium. A mother determined to find the truth. A retired cop desperate to get his old life back...It's been some time since Rebus was forced to retire and he now works as a civilian in a cold-case unit. So when a long-dead case bursts back to life he can't resist the opportunity to get his feet under the CID desk once more. But Rebus is as stubborn and anarchic as ever and he quickly finds himself in deep with pretty much everyone including DI Siobhan Clarke. All Rebus wants to do is uncover the truth. The big question is: can he be the man he once was and still stay on the right side of the law?
The hour was late and Mr Bear was tired. But he could not sleep -- however he tried and wherever he tried. SNORE SNORE went Mrs Bear. TICK-TOCK TICK-TOCK went the clock. Would he never get to sleep? The familiar noises repetition and beautiful illustrations make this delightful picture book an all-time favourite with children and adults everywhere. Now available in a format ideal for classroom and group use.
Springboard is a series of nine graded activity books designed to help build the functional English skills required at school at work and in other aspects of day-to-day life. Illustrations are used throughout to support the wide variety of activity types included ranging from simple word reading and letter formation exercises to complex writing tasks requiring considerable precision and attention to detail. Springboard 7 helps students to practise: synonyms and antonyms pronouns using an apostrophe and making analogies.
I've lost it. :( The only thing in the world I wasn't supposed to lose. My engagement ring. It's been in Magnus' family for three generations. And now the very same day his parents are coming I've lost it. The very same day. Do not hyperventilate Poppy. Stay positive!! :) A couple of glasses of bubbly with the girls and Poppy's life has gone into meltdown. Not only has she lost her engagement ring but in the panic that followed she's lost her phone too. When she spots an abandoned phone in a bin it seems it was meant to be. Finders Keepers! Except the phone's owner elusive businessman Sam Roxton doesn't agree. He wants his phone back and doesn't appreciate Poppy reading all his messages and wading into his personal life. Can things get any more tangled?
Written by ADAM BEECHEN Art by RYAN BENJAMIN & JOHN STANISCI Cover by DUSTIN NGUYEN Terry McGinnis - the Batman of the future - and an elderly Bruce Wayne - the original Batman - star in this new title collecting the hit 6-issue miniseries. When someone targets The Dark Knight's old foes the new Batman must begin a case that reaches into Bruce Wayne's past and puts Terry's future directly in danger. On sale MARCH 2 - 144 pg FC
John Peel first brought Judy's moving childhood story to light on 'Home Truths'. Abducted by her psychotic spiritualist father and kept like a dog in the backyard she went on to suffer at the brutal hands of nuns in a Manchester orphanage before living wild on the streets. An incredible heart-wrenching story of a child who refused to give up. After a childhood lived in terror in 1994 Judy was presented with an Unsung Heroes Award for her charity work with street children in South Africa. Her moving story came to light after Judy was interviewed by John Peel on BBC's 'Home Truths'. 'Street Kid' is the inspirational and heartwrenching story of her early years. At age two in postwar Manchester Judy was snatched from her mother and sisters by her psychotic father - a spiritualist preacher. He kept her in his backyard leaving her to scavenge from bins to beat off starvation. At four she was sent...
OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking horse riding and off-road cycling. Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way permissive paths and bridleways.
Paranormal March 2011 Lord Rhys Kilpatrick died in 1885. And that’s when he really started living! Heir to a British earl Rhys had loved his life of indulgence as a rogue, a rake, a gambler and a womaniser. But now he loves his life as an immortal even more. Part of an ancient conspiracy, Rhys serves a dark and dangerous master, providing the demigod with all his heart’s desires. Especially women. Yet when beautiful historian Gillian ventures to Rhys’s grave, Rhys is determined to keep her for himself. Even if his desire puts her in mortal danger…
When Elmer the patchwork elephant gets bored of standing out from the herd, can he hide his true colours? A delightful celebration of individuality from a significant children’s author, which is ideal for use at Key Stage 1. #bookpacks-0816
Sam and Rachel are at the beach with their mum and dad. They like playing tricks on dad. Blue level titles introduce children to sentence structures and common word endings. This level also teaches how to read with insight, encouraging children to stress words in bold type for example. Each meticulously levelled PM Fiction title features a classic story structure complete with tension, climax and resolution. The stories deal with concepts and experiences that young children can relate to. PM Storybooks cover levels 3–24.
Retelling of a traditional folktale about seven foolish fisherman who can’t count. Gold level titles introduce children to more complex sentences with an average length of 10 words and help to develop reading strategies such as breaking long words down into syllables. Available for Levels 15-24, PM Traditional Tales and Plays retell classic tales in a simplified language and form that children can understand. Teachers use the tales in guided reading sessions and children can later read them with confidence and understanding. Parts are colour-coded for easy recognition.
Blaze July 2011 These guys have it all – in battle and in the bedroom… Friendly Fire Injured on a black-ops mission, Cord Madden is furious at the world. Then Lexi McGowen reappears in his life to nurse him back to health. She’s about to reveal a whole new world to him, one touch at a time… The Prodigal When Rorie Beddingfield meets up with her first love, Chase Harrison, she realises there’s no better time to find out what she’s been missing. And wow – she’s been missing a lot! But can she tame the battered heart of this wounded warrior? Packing Heat Megan O’Connell’s letters were the only thing that kept U.S. Marine sniper Matt Talbot sane while he was overseas. And now that he’s home, he intends to get to know Megan much better. A lot of other people have the same idea. Only it’s him they can’t seem to get enough of…
This revealing account of Jane's life and tragic death offers a fresh insight into the woman herself.
Betrayed by her cheating boyfriend, Emily seeks refuge in her cousin’s city apartment. Only to be greeted instead by his friend Jude. Crime writer Jude’s as mysterious as the novels he writes and Emily can’t help but be intrigued. Yet Jude knows he can’t let Emily fall for him, as he may not be able to offer her the lifetime together that they both deserve…
The explosive end to the quartet. The fragile truce between the Green Storm and the Traction Cities is in splinters. Anna Fang is back. Events are on a collision course. What will survive?