Flat Stanley Goes Camping

Author: Jeff Brown
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062106813
Size: 13,14 MB
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Elementary-school kids love Jeff Brown’s classic character, Flat Stanley—the amazing paper-thin boy who can slide under doors, fly like a kite, and travel by mail. In his latest fun-filled adventure, Flat Stanley Goes Camping, Stanley and the Lambchop family take a trip to the woods. It gets a little scary when Stanley and his brother, Arthur, run away from a skunk—and straight toward the edge of a cliff! Flat Stanley Goes Camping is an I Can Read book designed to engage and excite child readers. It is a Level 2 book, which means it is perfect for kids who are starting to read on their own but still need some help.

Show And Tell Flat Stanley

Author: Lori Haskins Houran
Editor: Reading Ladder
ISBN: 9781405282550
Size: 10,42 MB
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A charming school story with full-colour illustrations, starring Jeff Brown’s classic character Flat Stanley. Everyone has something exciting to share at Show-and-Tell. Even Miss Plum – she has a sparkly new engagement ring. But when the ring goes missing, only Stanley can save the day! Level 2 Reading Ladder titles are perfect for readers who are growing in confidence and are beginning to enjoy longer stories. Other Flat Stanley Reading Ladder titles are available: Flat Stanley Plays Ball Flat Stanley Goes Camping Flat Stanley: The Fire Station Flat Stanley: The Haunted House The Reading Ladder series helps children to enjoy learning to read. It features well-loved authors, classic characters and favourite topics, so that children will find something to excite and engage them in every title they pick up. It’s the first step towards a lasting love of reading. Level 2 Reading Ladder titles are perfect for readers who are growing in confidence and are beginning to enjoy longer stories. Clear type Up to 8 lines per page Bright, appealing pictures for added interest A variety of sentence structures A wider range of vocabulary Strong themes and characters to discuss All Reading Ladder titles are developed with a leading literacy consultant, making them perfect for use in schools and for parents keen to support their children’s reading. Book band: Orange

The Early Reader In Children S Literature And Culture

Author: Jennifer Miskec
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317394771
Size: 16,27 MB
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This is the first volume to consider the popular literary category of Early Readers – books written and designed for children who are just beginning to read independently. It argues that Early Readers deserve more scholarly attention and careful thought because they are, for many younger readers, their first opportunity to engage with a work of literature on their own, to feel a sense of mastery over a text, and to experience pleasure from the act of reading independently. Using interdisciplinary approaches that draw upon and synthesize research being done in education, child psychology, sociology, cultural studies, and children’s literature, the volume visits Early Readers from a variety of angles: as teaching tools; as cultural artifacts that shape cultural and individual subjectivity; as mass produced products sold to a niche market of parents, educators, and young children; and as aesthetic objects, works of literature and art with specific conventions. Examining the reasons such books are so popular with young readers, as well as the reasons that some adults challenge and censor them, the volume considers the ways Early Readers contribute to the construction of younger children as readers, thinkers, consumers, and as gendered, raced, classed subjects. It also addresses children’s texts that have been translated and sold around the globe, examining them as part of an increasingly transnational children’s media culture that may add to or supplant regional, ethnic, and national children’s literatures and cultures. While this collection focuses mostly on books written in English and often aimed at children living in the US, it is important to acknowledge that these Early Readers are a major US cultural export, influencing the reading habits and development of children across the globe.

Best Books For Children

Author: John Thomas Gillespie
Editor: New York : R.R. Bowker
ISBN:
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Provides an annotated list of over eleven thousand of the best children's books published

Good Stuff

Author: Rebecca Rupp
Editor:
ISBN: 9780945097204
Size: 15,15 MB
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Fantasy For Children

Author: Ruth Nadelman Lynn
Editor: R. R. Bowker
ISBN:
Size: 19,36 MB
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The Publishers Weekly

Author:
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 17,57 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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A To Zoo

Author: Carolyn W. Lima
Editor:
ISBN: 9780835221344
Size: 19,51 MB
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A guide to over 8500 picture books classified by subject and indexed by author, title, and illustrator.

Beyond Picture Books

Author: Barbara Barstow
Editor: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 9780835235198
Size: 18,75 MB
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A bibliography that suggests books for beginner readers is accompanied by subject, title, illustrator, readability level, and series indexes

New Sources Of Indian History 1850 1891

Author: Stanley Vestal
Editor: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806153741
Size: 11,30 MB
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More than a century has passed since that winter morning in 1890 when the Indian police killed Sitting Bull and destroyed the power of his great Sioux Nation. Yet only recently were the facts about Sitting Bull and the Sioux being sifted from the fables that have grown up in the interim. In New Sources of Indian History, Stanley Vestal traced scores of historical threads, obtained firsthand, which helped reveal the fabric of Sioux life, warfare, and relations with the whites from 1850 to 1891. This miscellany brings together the many phases of existence the Sioux knew when buffalo still roamed the shores of the Missouri, cultural aspects they lost when Indian agencies and military posts replaced the council fire. More than a series of episodes hung on the thread of time, this book portrays a many-colored pattern of American Indian personalities—from Sitting Bull, the leader of a mighty warrior society, to Black Bull, the Indian trickster, who would have sold Sioux lands to whites by the pound. For readers of Vestal’s Sitting Bull (1932) this volume presents proof of the facts set forth in that remarkable biography.