Whats it like to have a wiggly, twisty-turny tooth inside your mouth? Stephen Krenskys funny, kid-friendly, rhyming text answers this question and more! Do lions have this problem, too? What do sharks and hippos do? This Step 1 book is perfect for first
Little Mouse. Big Lion. Big, big trouble. Who will save the mouse? Who will save the lion? This simple retelling of the classic Aesop fable will be a treat for kids and their parents as an adventurous mouse proves that even small creatures are capable
Illus. in full color. Here is the gripping story of Hillary and Norgays perilous ascent of Mount Everest as they battled snow and ice slides, whipping winds, and the grim knowledge that 19 others had died in the same attempt.
This book can change your life! Through Dale Carnegie’s six-million-copy bestseller recently revised, millions of people have been helped to overcome the worry hobbit. Dale Carnegie offers a set of practical formulas you can put to work today.
Harry Mount’s How England Made the English: From Why We Drive on the Left to Why We Don’t Talk to Our Neighbours is packed with astonishing facts and wonderful stories. Q. Why are English train seats so narrow? A. It’s all the Romans’ fault.
The Curious About Phonics Learn-to-Read program can help your child master the basic phonics skills that are the building blocks for a lifetime of reading and learning. These twelve books introduce a carefully selected progression of letter sounds;
George and Harold are up to their usual tricks. Last time they hypnotized Principal Krupp into believing he was Captain Underpants. Now, they bring to life the most disgusting monster–the terrible Turbo Toilet 2000. Illustrations.
Lord of the Flies is a novel that has captivated schoolchildren ever since it was first published in 1954. A teacher himself, Golding clearly understood what excites and interests children. It is not only a gripping story, with strong, sympathetic
Kate Moore is an expat mum, newly transplanted from Washington D.C. In the cobblestoned streets of Luxembourg, her days are filled with play dates and coffee mornings, her weekends spent in Paris or skiing in the Alps. Kate is also guarding a secret – one
Burma is where Asia’s two rising giant powers – China and India – appear to be vying for supremacy. Part travelogue, part history, part investigation, Where China Meets India takes us across the fast-changing Asian frontier, giving us a masterful account