Time Jump Back To The Stone Age

Author: Paul Shipton
Editor: Mary Glasgow
ISBN: 9781908351630
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Extensive reading is essential for improving fluency and there is a real need in the ELT classroom for contemporary, low-level reading material for younger learners. Time Jump: Back to the Stone Age is the story of a boy called Tim who goes on a school trip to a Stone Age exhibition, and is unexpectedly transported back in time to the Stone Age. The main themes explored are History and Time travel.

Back To The Stone Age

Author: Paul Shipton
Editor: Mary Glasgow
ISBN: 9781908351647
File Size: 51,23 MB
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Extensive reading is essential for improving fluency and there is a real need in the ELT classroom for contemporary, low-level reading material for younger learners. Time Jump: Back to the Stone Age is the story of a boy called Tim who goes on a school trip to a Stone Age exhibition, and is unexpectedly transported back in time to the Stone Age. The main themes explored are History and Time travel.

The Story Pirates Present Stuck In The Stone Age

Author: Story Pirates
Editor: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 1635650909
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The Story Pirates present an imaginative and funny adventure! This book (inspired by a real kid's idea) doubles as a creative writing guide for young writers! A glitchy time machine strands a bumbling janitor and a brilliant scientist in the distant past. Can they find their way home before they're attacked by angry cave-men or eaten alive by a saber-toothed tiger? Find out in this fast-paced, funny tale spun from a real-life kid's imagination! "Changing kids' lives, one story at a time" is the motto of the Story Pirates, a group of performers who bring kids' writing to life through sketch comedy. Stuck in the Stone Age is an action-packed mystery based on an idea from a real kid! Teaming up with New York Times bestselling author, Geoff Rodkey, this spine-tingling mystery doubles as an introduction to the basics of creative writing. With the help of the extensive back matter called the Mystery Creation Zone, readers can use this novel as inspiration to create their OWN great mystery!

Stuck In The Stone Age

Author: Geoff Rodkey
Editor: Rodale
ISBN: 1635650895
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Tom Edison (no, not that Tom Edison) is a hopeful janitor who dreams of becoming a scientist—and Dr. Morice is a shy scientist who dreams of making friends. When an accident at the lab sends them back in time to the stone age, Tom and Dr. Morice must work together to face down cavemen, saber-tooth tigers, and other B.C. hazards, with only one problem: Tom isn’t very good at science, and Dr. Morice isn’t very good with people. A laugh-out-loud time-travel adventure, Stuck in the Stone Age is the first in a series of novels that double as an introduction to the basics of creative writing. With the help of Story Pirate Captain Rolo Vincent and the Story Creation Zone, kids can use this kid-generated sci-fi comedy as inspiration to create their OWN great stories!

The Evaran Chronicles Box Set Books 7 9

Author: Adair Hart
Editor: Quantum Edge Publishing
ISBN: 8835889464
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Threats can come from anywhere. Dr. Albert Snowden and his niece, Emily, continue their space-and-time-traveling adventures with Evaran and V. They'll deal with an alternate timeline threat, an extrauniversal one, and a subverse entity while trying to maintain timeline integrity. Along the way they'll meet new allies, some who will become intertwined in Dr. Snowden and Emily's life. This box set contains the seventh, eighth, and ninth books in The Evaran Chronicles. If you like science fiction, time travel, technology, and adventure with a science fantasy bent, then this series is for you. The Human Factor—Book 7 of The Evaran Chronicles Humanity wears many faces. Evaran and his time-traveling companions head to the year AD 10105 and over eighty thousand light-years from Earth, where they discover that humans are not where they are supposed to be. Humanity is also not what Evaran knows it should be, from a timeline perspective. Humankind has splintered into multiple factions. To make matters worse, one of the factions is led by Salazar, an artificial intelligence dedicated to protecting its version of humanity . . . at all costs. Adding to the confusion is the presence of others who should not be where they are. Evaran and crew will meet old friends and new allies while trying to determine what happened and how to fix it. The Cosmic Parallel—Book 8 of The Evaran Chronicles Not all prey is the same. Dr. Albert Snowden just wanted to see a parallel timeline where Neanderthals were the dominant species on Earth. What he did not expect was a barren world. While investigating what happened, he, Evaran, Emily Snowden, and V are pulled into a trap created by a mysterious group. One issue is that the trap forces the group to jump to parallel Earths. Another problem is that the Torvatta, Evaran’s ship, is out of the picture. It does not help that the cosmic-energy-enhanced nanobots in Dr. Snowden and Emily are not working as intended. To make matters worse, each jump to a new parallel Earth weakens them. Along the way, they meet Jelton Stallryn, a Rift Guardian, who has also fallen into the trap. Together, they will fight to escape and then track down the mysterious group responsible. The Unification—Book 9 of The Evaran Chronicles The future sometimes needs help. Evaran and the gang receive a summons to AD 514,723, approximately two hundred years before Earth is repopulated and becomes the seat of a galaxy-spanning empire. The problem is that the process has not been started on Earth. To make matters worse, a threat from beyond this reality has been attacking the galaxy. Evaran and crew meet the Orions, an advanced civilization that has also been a victim of this new threat. Evaran and crew are joined by Dr. James Bryson and Kess, an Orion. Together, they will need to deal with this threat and kick-start the unification of humanity with Earth as the center.

Now And Then We Time Travel

Author: Fraser A. Sherman
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 147662643X
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More than 400 films and 150 television series have featured time travel—stories of rewriting history, lovers separated by centuries, journeys to the past or the (often dystopian) future. This book examines some of the roles time travel plays on screen in science fiction and fantasy. Plot synopses and credits are listed for films and TV series from England, Canada, the UK and Japan, as well as for TV and films from elsewhere in the world. Tropes and plot elements are highlighted. The author discusses philosophical questions about time travel, such as the logic of timelines, causality (what’s to keep time-travelers from jumping back and correcting every mistake?) and morality (if you correct a mistake, are you still guilty of it?).

Romans Without Laurels

Author: Indro Montanelli
Editor:
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Presents Rome from 735 B.C. to 476 A.D. as a nation of human beings.

Harper S New Monthly Magazine

Author: Henry Mills Alden
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Harper's informs a diverse body of readers of cultural, business, political, literary and scientific affairs.

Old Stone Age

Author: Stevan Celebonovic
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Going Into The Past

Author: Gordon J. Copley
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The Medical World

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Stone Age Island

Author: Maslyn Williams
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Science Lectures For The People

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Proceedings

Author: Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters
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Science And The Making Of The Modern World

Author: John Marks
Editor: Heinemann
ISBN:
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Traces the development of science, looks at its impact on our daily lives, and describes how research was conducted in various cultures

Popular Photography

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