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It's Halloween and Billy can't wait for the spooky village party. But when he arrives, he discovers Sparkle-Bogey in the apple bobbing, Trumpet in a pumpkin and Gloop playing 'Guess the Body Part'! Can Billy get his Monsters back? An exciting, highly illustrated addition to Young Reading Series Two, for readers growing in confidence.
Even pirates use the potty!
Pirate Polly's Potty is an entertaining picture book from Ladybird that helps parents struggling with potty training for toddlers aged 18+ months.
Easily follow along with the fun pictures, showing little ones that even pirates have anxiety about using the potty.
And when your own Pirate Polly uses the potty correctly, they can press the 'cheer' button as a fun, noisy reward!
If you need any more tips and tricks for potty training, visit the Ladybird website.
Billy and his family are off to the seaside. The MINI MONSTERS are very excited to be going too. Soon they're building sandcastles and enjoying their picnic. It's all going so well until Trumpet is STOLEN by a seagull! How is Billy ever going to get him back? An exciting addition to Young Reading Series Two, for readers growing in confidence.
It's Billy's best friend's birthday, and the Mini Monsters have come to the party too! Gloop gets mixed up with the jelly, Fang-Face is after the cake and Trumpet's been swept away by a balloon. Billy can't save them all on his own, but who can he turn to for help? An exciting addition to Young Reading Series Two, for readers growing in confidence. Illustrations:Full colour throughout
Billy and his Mini Monsters are off to Spain! There are just two small problems - Peep's been seen by the airport guards and Trumpet and Gloop have got lost with the luggage. Can Billy get his Mini Monsters back in time for take-off? An exciting addition to the Usborne Young Reading Programme, specially written for readers growing in confidence.
Billy is feeling nervous about his FIRST EVER school trip, so the Mini Monsters decide to come along too. They promise not to be any trouble...but who's causing a commotion in the creepy-crawly cages? Why does the T. rex skeleton keep moving? And Billy can't help wondering about the really tiny Egyptian mummies... Can he save the trip from disaster?
Billy's moving house! But the Mini Monsters have got lost on the way. How will Billy ever find them again? And to add to the confusion, it turns out there's a NEW monster on the scene... A hilarious addition to Young Reading Series Two, for readers who are growing in confidence.
Billy is trying to stay awake so the SCARY creatures of the dark won't come. But then he hears a squeaky little voice and notices some tiny purple footprints. Not only that, SOMETHING has ATTACKED his cheese sandwich. What could it be? Does Billy dare find out? The Billy and the Mini Monsters series is an exciting addition to Series Two of Usborne Young Reading, introducing children to original, illustrated fiction with easy reading texts. Series Two is for readers who are growing in confidence.
Multicultural Approach: In a great ew twis on a well-know song, this lively, multicultural singalong set in Guatemala brings a fun new aspect to a an old favourite.
In this delightful retelling of Aesop's well-known fable, children's-book-award winner Melanie Williamson captures the story of the slow and steady tortoise and the overly-confident hare. * In this delightful retelling of Aesop's well-known fable, children's-book-award winner Melanie Williamson captures the story of the slow and steady tortoise and the overly-confident hare. * Yellow/Band 3 books offer varied sentence structure and natural language * Children can recap the stages of the race between the hare and the tortoise on pages 14-15. * Text type: A traditional tale * Curriculum links: Citizenship: Animals and us, Literacy
With a focus on building phonics skills, this collection includes seven fun stories with colourful illustrations. It is ideal for children who are growing in reading confidence. Find out what Spike has to say, why Nasim is an unusual kind of knight and what happens to the snake and the drake. Tips for reading together explain the letter patterns that each story focuses on and identify any words children may find tricky, helping you to get the most out of the collection.Former Children's Laureate and author of The Gruffalo, Julia Donaldson, has captivated children all over the world with her lively and engaging stories. Songbirds is a phonics programme carefully created by Julia to support children who are learning to read and is used in schools to inspire a love of reading. There are eight Songbirds story collections for you to enjoy.Featuring much-loved characters, great authors, engaging storylines and fun activities, Read with Oxford offers an exciting range of carefully levelled reading books to build your child's reading confidence.Find practical advice, free eBooks and fun activities to help your child progress on oxfordowl.co.uk. Let's get them flying!
The Big Bad Wolf is fed up with blowing down the Three Little Pigs' houses. So off he goes in search of a new fairy tale to be in! As the wolf runs from page to page the whole book of fairy tales becomes a great mixed-up mess! Illustrations.
When a hungry young wolf spots a tasty-looking animal in the field above the rive, he thinks he has found some dinner - but the fluffy little lamb is more clever than he has bargained for. Will the lamb become a tasty snack, or will she escape the wolf's hungry jaws?
A follow up to the bestselling The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster. Fairy tales have never been funnier than in this outrageously silly picture book! Once upon a time there lived an old Big Bad Wolf. He no longer has any huff and puff to blow down the Three Little Pigs' houses so he scampers off into the pages of the Fairy Tale book to find a new one. He tries one tale after another, but things never quite work to plan. Will he find a fairy tale that suits him perfectly? With all the well-known and well-loved fairy tales, including Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Goldilocks and the Three Bears. 'It's madness and mayhem which results in a very funny, laugh out loud book.' The Bookbag http://www.davidconwaychildrensbooks.co.uk/
Expert advice to find, fix, and flip any residential property! Are you ready to capitalize on the rising real estate market and get in on the red-hot house flipping scene? You need a step-by-step guide to evaluate property, avoid rookie mistakes, and build a profitable, successful business. In The Everything Guide to Flipping Houses, successful house flipper Melanie Williamson walks you through the opportunities, the risks, the work involved, and the potential for real profits in flipping real estate. She teaches you to: Assess properties, work with contractors, and manage renovations Handle legal and tax regulations Flip multiple houses at one time Use green renovation options to keep costs low Select the right banks, investors, and real estate agents Choose marketing strategies that guarantee sales Inside you'll find detailed information for every milestone, from purchase to planning renovations to making the sale and managing profits. It's a competitive market out there, but with this guide in hand, you'll have everything you need to successfully flip any residential property--and reap the lucrative rewards.
Little Miss Muffet is bored of her own nursery rhyme so goes in search of a new nursery rhyme to be in. But before you can say Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, the whole book of rhymes is thrown into chaos! With some of the most favourite rhymes, including The Grand Old Duke of York, Jack and Jill, Hickory, Dickory, Dock, Ding, Dong, Bell, Hey Diddle, Diddle, Sing a song of Sixpence, The Queen of Hearts, and Little Miss Muffet. "Melanie Williamson's illustrations are eye-catchingly quirky and superbly original." - The Observer http://www.davidconwaychildrensbooks.co.uk/
Those basement rats have well and truly trapped Nipper. In a lift! It's well past suppertime and he's starving. Who will save him?
Nipper's in trouble again. Mrs McFee wants him to join the choir. How can he avoid the choir and pay back those mean basement rats?
Nipper and his friends are looking for a new den - one where they can stay out of trouble. But their old enemies, the basement rats, have other ideas . . .
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