Based on the timeless song by Bob Marley Now available as a board book that is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers to learn about diversity, teamwork, and love. One love, one heart, let's get together and feel all right: Adapted from one of Bob Marley's most beloved songs, One Love brings the joyful spirit and unforgettable lyrics to life for a new generation. Readers will delight in dancing to the beat and feeling the positive groove of change when one girl enlists her community to help transform her neighborhood for the better. It's a testament to the amazing things that can happen when we all get together with one love in our hearts. Heartwarming picture book filled with vibrant and upbeat illustrations Fun book to read or sing aloud for families or elementary schools Adapted by Cedella Marley, the oldest child of legendary musician Bob Marley, who has dedicated herself to keeping her father's message and memory alive Fans of Every Little Thing, All You Need is Love, and What a Wonderful World will love this modern take on the uplifting song One Love. Now available as a sturdy board book Makes a great gift and is a must-have for a child's bookshelf Books for kids ages 0-4 Engaging children's book that teaches diversity and working together through song
Stanley Yelnats' family has a history of bad luck, so when a miscarriage of justice sends him to Camp Green Lake Juvenile Detention Centre (which isn't green and doesn't have a lake) he is not surprised. Every day he and the other inmates are told to dig a hole, five foot wide by five foot deep, reporting anything they find. The evil warden claims that it is character building, but this is a lie and Stanley must dig up the truth.
This fun book is a perfect introduction to subtraction and helps little children to develop pen control. Join the friendly animal characters and practise counting, comparing quantities, taking 1 away and simple sums. Durable, wipe-clean pages mean children can practise again and again, and there are helpful notes and tips for grown-ups at the back.
This fun book is a perfect introduction to addition and helps little children to develop pen control. Count animals at the zoo, create pairs at a picnic, write number sequences and lots more. Durable, wipe-clean pages mean children can practise again and again, and there are helpful notes and tips for grown-ups at the back.
Become an expert on horses, one of nature's most beloved animals. This children's book shows how horses have played a pivotal part throughout human history. You will uncover the role of these majestic mammals, from the exploration of far off lands to their importance in wartime. Built for stamina and speed, horses have also been used to pull chariots, power engines, grind wheat, and spin cotton. Eyewitness Horse also provides information about different horse breeds, colours, shapes, and sizes. You will also follow this animal's journey into the world of sports and find out what place they hold in ancient myths and legends. Finally, the reference section is packed with amazing facts and stats and includes a guide to different breeds. Included is a giant full-colour poster, perfect to hang on a classroom or bedroom wall.
Winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, GOODNIGHT MISTER TOM is of one of the best-loved stories set during the Second World War. 'Everyone's idea of a smash-hit novel: full-blown characters to love and hate, moments of grief and joy, and a marvellous story that knows just how to grab the emotions' - Guardian Goodnight Mister Tom by Michelle Magorian is the unforgettable story of young Willie Beech, evacuated to the country as Britain stands on the brink of the Second World War. A sad, deprived child, he slowly begins to flourish under the unlikely care of grumpy old Tom Oakley. But then his new-found happiness is shattered by a summons from his mother to come back to London. As the weeks pass by Tom begins to worry when William doesn't answer his letters, so he goes to London to find him, and there makes a terrible discovery.
A beautiful 50th Anniversary edition of The Iron Man, the bestselling classic by Ted Hughes, with the stunning original wood engravings from Andrew Davidson and an introduction by Michael Morpurgo. The Iron Man came to the top of the cliff. Where had he come from? Nobody knows. How was he made? Nobody knows. Mankind must put a stop to the dreadful destruction by the Iron Man and set a trap for him, but he cannot be kept down. Then, when a terrible monster from outer space threatens to lay waste to the planet, it is the Iron Man who finds a way to save the world.
From Onjali Q. Rauf, the award-winning and best-selling author of The Boy at the Back of the Class, comes another incredible story, told with humour and heart. 'The boy's an absolute menace.' 'He's a bully. A lost cause!' 'Why can't he be more like his sister?' I've been getting into trouble for as long I can remember. Usually I don't mind 'cos some of my best, most brilliant ideas have come from sitting in detention. But recently it feels like no one believes me about anything - even when I'm telling the truth! And it's only gotten worse since I played a prank on the old man who lives in the park. Everyone thinks I'm just a bully. They don't believe I could be a hero. But I'm going to prove them all wrong... Told from the perspective of a bully, this book explores themes of bullying and homelessness, while celebrating kindness, friendship and the potential everyone has to change for the good.
Written with great empathy and Rauf's trademark humour, The Great (Food) Bank Heist is a moving story that gives a child's-eye view of the increasing problem of food poverty. On Thursdays, Nelson, Ashley and Mum head out to the bank. But not just any old bank - the food bank. With its shining tins and packets of food stacked from floor to ceiling, Nelson thinks it's the best kind of bank there is. But there's a thief in town, and the shelves of the food bank are getting emptier each day, leaving people hungrier than ever. For the sake of his family and everyone else's, Nelson needs to make them stop. But can he and his friends really be the ones to catch the bank robber?
Schofield & Sims English Skills provides regular graded practice to develop pupils' literacy skills at Key Stage 2. Fully in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum for English, the series comprises seven pupil books with accompanying answer books, as well as a single teacher's guide. Key areas are constantly revisited, giving pupils the intensive and rigorous practice that is essential to embed learning and prepare for the Key Stage 2 national tests.
A little book for little hands to carry around. Learning to copy the ABC and 123 where ever they are, be it at home, in the car, or while waiting for Mum. With a repetitive pattern of Touch, Trace and Try, this book reinforces the patterns and increases learning speed. Pen included AGES 3 and up.
This activity book is packed with number puzzles to complete. From sums and sudoku, to number jumps and counting, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Includes card press-outs to make and over 250 stickers to use in the book or wherever you want! This activity book is a perfect introduction to number puzzles for little ones to complete. Includes over 250 stickers to use in the book or wherever you want. With card press-outs to create. For children 4+
This book is packed with odd one out activities to complete. From pets and wild animals to dinosaurs and more, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Includes card press-outs to make and over 250 stickers to use in the book or wherever you want! This activity book is a perfect introduction to odd one outaze activities for little ones to complete. Includes over 250 stickers to use in the book or wherever you want. With card press-outs to create. For children 4+
This book is packed with matching up activities to complete. From mums and babies to drivers and vehicles, there are themes for everyone to enjoy. Includes card press-outs to make and over 250 stickers to use in the book or wherever you want! This activity book is a perfect introduction to matching activities for little ones to complete. Includes over 250 stickers to use in the book or wherever you want. With card press-outs to create. For children 4+
Raymond Murphy's English Grammar in Use is the first choice for intermediate (B1-B2) learners and covers all the grammar you will need at this level. This book with answers has clear explanations and practice exercises that have helped millions of people around the world improve their English. It is perfect for self-study and can also be used by teachers as a supplementary book in classrooms.
CHOSEN BY EMMA WATSON FOR 'OUR SHARED SHELF' FEMINIST BOOK CLUB The Story of a Childhood and The Story of a Return The intelligent and outspoken child of radical Marxists, and the great-grandaughter of Iran's last emperor, Satrapi bears witness to a childhood uniquely entwined with the history of her country. Persepolis paints an unforgettable portrait of daily life in Iran and of the bewildering contradictions between home life and public life. This is a beautiful and intimate story full of tragedy and humour - raw, honest and incredibly illuminating.
Penguin Readers is an ELT graded reader series for learners of English as a foreign language. With carefully adapted text, new illustrations and language learning exercises, the print edition also includes instructions to access supporting material online. Titles include popular classics, exciting contemporary fiction, and thought-provoking non-fiction, introducing language learners to bestselling authors and compelling content. The eight levels of Penguin Readers follow the Common European Framework of Reference for language learning (CEFR). Exercises at the back of each Reader help language learners to practise grammar, vocabulary, and key exam skills. Before, during and after-reading questions test readers' story comprehension and develop vocabulary.
This book is a fantastic source of Reading practice for pupils in Year 4, and is the ideal way to build skills for the SATS. It's packed with engaging and varied texts, each followed by heaps of SATS-style questions, all set at the perfect difficulty for pupils aged 8-9. Tips on how to tackle the different question types are scattered throughout the book, and answers are included in the back!
The magical sequel to 'War Horse'. Joey was the last working horse on the farm, and the apple of Grandpa's eye. In War Horse, Joey was sent away from the farm to be a warhorse in WWI. Grandpa had joined the cavalry in order to find, and fight, with Joey. Farm Boy brings us forward fifty years with Grandpa not only telling his grandson, Joey's story but also a 'shameful secret' which he has held for years... The story is set in Iddesleigh in Devon and lovingly evokes the bonds between farm and farmer; grandson and grandfather. The spirit of rural life is superbly captured in both Michael Morpurgo's writing and Michael Foreman's illustrations. An irresistible title from acclaimed author-illustrator partnership.
Schofield & Sims English Skills provides regular graded practice to develop pupils' literacy skills at Key Stage 2. Key areas are constantly revisited, giving pupils the intensive and rigorous practice that is essential to embed learning and prepare for the Key Stage 2 national tests. The English Skills pupil books each contain 36 one-page tests featuring 'Warm-up' exercises, 'Word work' questions covering spelling, word structure and vocabulary and 'Sentence work' questions covering grammar, punctuation and sentence formation. At the end of each section a 'Writing task' encourages children to apply what they have learnt in their own writing, while a 'Proofreading task' further reinforces learning. Additional features include a glossary to support the confident use of literacy terms and a progress chart to allow pupils to monitor their own skills.English Skills 5 aligns with the National Curriculum end-of-year expectations for Year 6 and covers the following topics: use of a colon, semi-colon and dash between clauses; sentence variation; question tags; colons and semi-colons in lists; the active and passive voice; ellipsis; editing sentences for effect; and vocabulary and grammar for formal writing.