Join in all the fun of the bear hunt with this fabulous activity book, based on the classic picture book by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury.
Mrs. GilleyWilley, A Magical Nanny's Adventure Story Series THE BLUE EARED BEAR A Nanny and a little girl use magic roller-skates to go though the Enchanted Forest to a recycle store. She finds a sad teddy bear crammed onto a shelf where he was thrown. His self esteem is low because of hurtful teasing. Olivia Ann helps build him up to a new and happy bear. This is a great story regarding anti-bullying. GIGGLE COOKIES. Mrs. GilleyWilley's special recipe is so good it makes people giggle when they eat the cookies. This is a fun story about garden elves, disappearing cookies, a flying thank you note that can talk out-loud and a special cooking jar. This yummy adventure story includes Mom, Mrs. GilleyWilley, Olivia Ann and BB-Bear a talking Teddy Bear and an assortment of flying elves..
Where there's a bee, there's honey. So when Bear spies a bee, he chases after it. But, where there's a bear, there's trouble. So the bee buzzes off as fast as it can...and so the chase begins! Where There's Bear, There's Trouble is from Level 2 of Ready Steady Read! a fantastic graded reading scheme with four reading levels from Little Tiger Press. Ready Steady Read! makes learning to read fun. Each book contains games and activities to reinforce learning and test comprehension in a way developing readers will enjoy as well as handy parent notes from Prue Goodwin, Lecturer in Literacy and Children's Books. Level 2 is suitable for developing readers. The stories will help build their confidence, opening up the world of reading and imagination to them. About Level 2: * longer sentences * simple vocabulary, introducing new words * longer stories of up to 200 words * bold design, to capture readers' interest
The global economy has witnessed important changes in recent years. In the United States, enterprising communities have transitioned from tobacco farming to growing organic produce, from extractive fishing to vertical farming, from nonrenewable energy consumption to the implementation of solar cooperatives -- and have transformed from impoverished neighborhoods into green development zones. Yet these promising achievements remain a small part of the total economy and are largely ignored by policy makers, pundits, and economists.
In From the Bottom Up: Economic Lessons from Communities that Quit Waiting for Trickle Down, Anthony Flaccavento introduces readers to the innovators who are creating thriving, locally based economies and provides a road map for others who are interested in doing the same. He demonstrates that, despite the success of local initiatives like farmers' markets and clean energy cooperatives, true and lasting change of this type stalls without the appropriate discussion and implementation of public policies that define their lasting impact. He shows how active citizens can spur essential changes, generate community capital, increase civic dialogue, and foster sustainability efforts.
Flaccavento skillfully combines economic analysis and public policy recommendations with practical solutions. His call to collective action will appeal to scholars, entrepreneurs, policymakers, community activists, environmentalists, and all citizens passionate about the health of their communities.
Down swirled the white flakes, blowing this way and that. It was snowing furiously in North Pole Land, and even the immense workshop of Santa Claus was almost buried in white. How the wind howled! It whistled down the chimneys, and blew the sparks about. "Whew, how cold it is!" cried a Wax Doll, who did not have any shoes on, for she was not yet quite finished. "What makes such a breeze in here?" and she shivered as she pulled up over her legs a blanket of plush cloth from which Santa Claus and his men made Teddy Bears.
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