Join in all the fun of the bear hunt with this fabulous activity book, based on the classic picture book by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury.
Where there's a bee, there's honey. So when Bear spies a bee, he chases after it. But, where there's a bear, there's trouble. So the bee buzzes off as fast as it can...and so the chase begins! Where There's Bear, There's Trouble is from Level 2 of Ready Steady Read! a fantastic graded reading scheme with four reading levels from Little Tiger Press. Ready Steady Read! makes learning to read fun. Each book contains games and activities to reinforce learning and test comprehension in a way developing readers will enjoy as well as handy parent notes from Prue Goodwin, Lecturer in Literacy and Children's Books. Level 2 is suitable for developing readers. The stories will help build their confidence, opening up the world of reading and imagination to them. About Level 2: * longer sentences * simple vocabulary, introducing new words * longer stories of up to 200 words * bold design, to capture readers' interest
Mrs. GilleyWilley, A Magical Nanny's Adventure Story Series THE BLUE EARED BEAR A Nanny and a little girl use magic roller-skates to go though the Enchanted Forest to a recycle store. She finds a sad teddy bear crammed onto a shelf where he was thrown. His self esteem is low because of hurtful teasing. Olivia Ann helps build him up to a new and happy bear. This is a great story regarding anti-bullying. GIGGLE COOKIES. Mrs. GilleyWilley's special recipe is so good it makes people giggle when they eat the cookies. This is a fun story about garden elves, disappearing cookies, a flying thank you note that can talk out-loud and a special cooking jar. This yummy adventure story includes Mom, Mrs. GilleyWilley, Olivia Ann and BB-Bear a talking Teddy Bear and an assortment of flying elves..
Building A Modern Financial System provides penetrating insights into the upheavals in Indonesia, and explains the kinds of policies that can lead to the development of a modern financial system in a large, relatively underdeveloped country. The study covers all facets of the financial system, emphasising the role of the monetary authorities, the transition from government-dominated to a predominantly private banking system, and the rapid expansion of the capital market. Indonesia is a particularly interesting case because its economy and financial system was in shambles in the mid-1960s owing to political adventurism and economic mismanagement. Until more recently sensible economic policies and growth-promoting reforms provided a sound financial system and a balanced expansion of agriculture and industry. However since the mid-1990's the stability of the Indonesian system has once again been called into question.
Can a boy-hungry Jersey girl survive the wilds of Canada with her eco-identity intact?
Abby McDonald is a recent graduate of Oxford University. She currently lives in Montreal, Canada.
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