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  • Math on the farm - Read On
    Library 2013 ISBN 9781432971564 hb Find in Library Reader Reviews Annotation Summary This book looks at math on the farm and includes chapters on counting measuring shapes and telling time The final page of each chapter ends with a relevant

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  • Kung fu - Read On
    ISBN 9781477703199 library binding Find in Library Reader Reviews Table of Contents Table of Contents What Is Kung Fu p 4 History and Styles p 6 Kung Fu Equipment p 8 Kung Fu School p 10 Warming Up p 12 Stances p 14 Hands and Gates p 16 Strikes p 18 Blocks p 20 Kicks p 22 Meditation p 24 Forms and Styles p 26 Kung Fu Language p 28

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  • Angelina's best days out - Read On
    2012 ISBN 9780141342870 pbk Find in Library Reader Reviews Annotation Summary Angelina s Best Days Out contains two favourite stories in one volume Enjoy these orginial Angelina adventures loved by children around the worldAngelina at the Fair Angelina Star of

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  • I will keep you safe and sound - Read On
    their kits shelter in their den a pony nuzzles her foal in the barn and a cat finds her lost kitten and carries it home Nicely cadenced the simple text leads readers through the book while the inviting pencil watercolor and gouache artwork gives them reasons to linger Though the animals faces are lightly anthropomorphized that may enhance the illustrations appeal for young children A comforting choice for reading aloud Phelan Carolyn Copyright 2010 Booklist School Library Journal c Copyright 2010 Library Journals LLC a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source Inc No redistribution permitted PreS Essentially a short illustrated poem this title depicts beatifically smiling baby animals and their grown ups cuddling in their dens nests and other dwellings Gators in the shade While the sun burns high Squirrels in the log While the hawk sails by etc On each spread a full page illustration of the animals faces two lines of the poem in large black font with a smaller illustration under it The refrain I will keep you safe and sound lends a soothing lullabylike cadence while watercolor and pencil illustrations create a sleepy calm atmosphere This cozy somnolence is temporarily disturbed by a lost kitten that

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  • The wind in the wallows - Read On
    Reviews Annotation Summary A side splitting look at a topic every child knows and giggles about naughty quirky and outrageous humor from this beloved team All is quiet in the countryside on a perfect summer s afternoon when out of

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  • 101 things to do with a baby - Read On
    Author Ormerod Jan Publisher Little Hare 2012 ISBN 9781921894114 pbk Find in Library Reader Reviews Annotation Summary This little girl discovers that even chores like washing and bathing turn into new games with her baby brother But how delightful it

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  • Look what I can do! - Read On
    spread a rhymed couplet describes the action as the parent looks on It s not easy to leave the nest I flap my wings I try my best says a small yellow bird A bear cub learns how hard it is to catch fish as its mother watches The little owls do a merry dance on a branch of their tree while below a girl skips rope and a boy plays with his ball As this scene is repeated with its accompanying rhyme all the youngsters are shown turning somersaults playing tag and splashing into pond and stream The serious business of learning new things is lightened as they play Large eye catching images of the animals and their young are realistically painted and their faces are wonderfully expressive While the final pages focus on the girl the boy and their family the last rhyme applies to all the youngsters Things get easier every day Just watch what I can do today This gently affirming tale is perfect for parent and child sharing and offers many opportunities for discussion Pair it with Pamela Duncan Edwards s While the World Is Sleeping Scholastic 2010 for an engaging storytime Mary Jean Smith formerly at Southside Elementary School Lebanon TN c Copyright 2013 Library Journals LLC a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source Inc No redistribution permitted Terms of Use Summary Things get easier every day Just watch what I can do today This affirming story celebrates how baby animals in the forest accomplish goals whether its a baby bear finding food a young spider spinning a web or a small bird flying from the nest for the first time The tender rhyming text compares these achievements to those of a child who is learning to ride his bike or catch a ball

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  • Bullying with words teasing, name-calling, and rumors - Read On
    and rumors Author Ferguson Addy Publisher PowerKids Press 2013 ISBN 9781448896707 hbk library binding Find in Library Reader Reviews Table of Contents Table of Contents What Is Bullying p 4 Bullying with Words p 6 The Effects of Bullying p 8 Who Gets Bullied p 10 Why Do People Bully p 12 Walking Away Not Fighting p 14 Getting Help p 16 Improving Self Esteem p 18 Bully Free Schools

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