Leonardo The Terrible Monster

Author: Mo Willems
ISBN: 9781406308075
Size: 14,59 MB
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Leonardo is a terrible monster. He can't seem to frighten anyone. Then, one day, he meets a nervous boy called Sam and finds out that being a good friend is a whole lot more rewarding than trying to scare people.

Your Pal Mo Willems Presents Leonardo The Terrible Monster

Author: Mo Willems
Editor: Walker
ISBN: 9781406312157
Size: 12,71 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
Read: 99

Leonardo is a terrible monster -- he can't seem to frighten anyone. When he discovers the perfect nervous little boy, will he scare the lunch out of him? Or will he think of something better?

Sam The Most Scaredy Cat Kid In The Whole World

Author: Mo Willems
Editor: Disney-Hyperion
ISBN: 9781368002141
Size: 14,75 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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One day Sam, the most scaredy-cat kid in the whole world, makes a terrifying discovery. It's not Frankenthaler the monster. It's her friend-Kerry! Kerry, the second most scaredy-cat kid in the whole world, also makes a terrifying discovery. It's not Leonardo the monster. It's his friend-Sam! "AAAAH!" yells Sam. "EEEEK!" yells Kerry. Something has to be done. Something BIG. But what?

Once Upon A Time

Author: Judy Freeman
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 031309568X
Size: 19,69 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Offers activities, strategies, and creative ideas for using nonsense rhymes, songs, chants, and folk literature to promote thinking, reading, and listening skills in young learners.

2011 Children S Writer S And Illustrator S Market

Author: Alice Pope
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1599634260
Size: 10,34 MB
Format: PDF
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Now includes a subscription to CWIM online (the children’s publishing area of writersmarket.com). The 2011 CWIM offers more than 650 listings for book publishers, magazines, agents, art reps and more. It’s completely updated and is the most trusted source for children’s publishing information. CWIM also contains exclusive interviews with and articles by well-respected and award-winning authors, illustrators, and publishing professionals as well as nuts-and-bolts how-to information. Readers will learn what to do, how to do it, and get loads of information and inspiration.

Diy Programming And Book Displays How To Stretch Your Programming Without Stretching Your Budget And Staff

Author: Amanda Catherine Struckmeyer
Editor: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 1598844733
Size: 18,84 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This manual guides librarians in creating simple, affordable, ready-to-use activities for children, 'tweens, teens, and families, with enough material for a full year of programs. • Month-by-month organization, with two programs per month • Plenty of reproducibles to help librarians get DIY stations up and running in no time • Photographs or illustrations beginning each chapter • A thematic, annotated booklist for each chapter

Sam The Most Scaredy Cat Kid In The Whole World

Author: Mo Willems
ISBN: 9781406379631
Size: 16,44 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Some Of My Best Friends Are Books

Author: Judith Wynn Halsted
Editor: Great Potential Press, Inc.
ISBN: 0910707960
Size: 20,66 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 145

Elephant Piggie Like Reading The Good For Nothing Button

Author: Mo Willems
Editor: Disney-Hyperion
ISBN: 9781484726464
Size: 16,40 MB
Format: PDF
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Yellow Bird has a button. It does . . . nothing! It is a good for nothing button. Red Bird and Blue Bird are excited to try the button. But when they press it, they discover that the button makes them happy. Happy is something! A flabbergasted Yellow Bird insists the button does nothing. But it sure does seem to be making him mad. Mad is something! The hilarious debate that follows takes readers on an emotional roller coaster that pokes at the power of imaginative play.

Our School

Author: Sam Chaltain
Editor: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807772887
Size: 19,48 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Almost every major American city is experimenting with school choice—a deeply controversial idea that is dramatically reshaping public education. Will the wider array of school options help parents and educators identify better strategies for helping all children learn? Or will the high stakes of the marketplace end up privatizing this most public of institutions? Education activist Sam Chaltain believes that before we can answer these questions, we must put a human face on the modern landscape of teaching and learning. Our School documents a year in the life of two schools in the nation’s capital—one a new charter school just opening its doors, the other a neighborhood school that first opened in 1924. Chaltain weaves together the observations and emotions of the people whose lives intersect there, and the triumphs and the challenges they experience. The result is an unsettling, complex portrayal of American public education. Our School is important reading for educational policymakers, administrators, parents, the media, and anyone who aspires to be a teacher. Book Features: Specific recommendations for creating a healthy, high-functioning school. A detailed account of what school choice actually looks and feels like to the people who experience it. A vivid description of the modern classroom and what it’s really like to teach in public school. An important focus on the humanity of teachers (their personal histories, their reasons for entering the profession, their day-to-day challenges). An intimate look at the inner lives of children (their biggest fears and needs, their moments of triumph and understanding). Sam Chaltain is a national educator and organizational change consultant based in Washington, DC. He was the National Director of the Forum for Education and Democracy and the founding director of the Five Freedoms Project. Visit his blog at samchaltain.com. “What Our School shows with passion and precision is that education is about real people leading real lives in real places. If school doesn’t engage them, it doesn’t work, no matter what the accountants and policymakers may say. That’s what this book is really about and why it’s so important for anyone who genuinely cares about schools, communities, and their children.” —From the Foreword by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned author and educator “This is an important book. Our School is vibrant and alive. Sam Chaltain’s keen insights and warm, readable prose invite readers to experience the complex, challenging, often frustrating, and occasionally triumphant lives of four caring teachers and their students. I urge you to accept the invitation.” —John Merrow, education correspondent, PBS NewsHour, and president and executive producer, Learning Matters , Inc. “Sam Chaltain is one of the most important voices in public education today, and he writes wonderfully well. In Our School, Sam puts a human face on urban education, showing us what it’s like to be a teacher, student, or parent in the Brave New World of school choice. Parents, educators, and policymakers should read this book. The result will be a more informed and creative conversation about what public education ought to be, and how to make it that way.” —Parker J. Palmer, author of Healing the Heart of Democracy, The Courage to Teach, and Let Your Life Speak