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One, two, three, four, five once I caught a fish alive! This is a beautifully illustrated book for 4-8 year old readers. Proceeds from this sale benefit nonprofit organisation Library For All, helping children around the world learn to read.
OW! That's what Jack has to say when he pulls a fish out of the water--and gets nipped on his flipper...hard! Now he, his friend Lily, and lots of others are determined to catch that slippery character. But, every time one of them tries, the feisty creature takes a nibble and splashes away. Will Jack EVER nab his fish? A funny story with a surprise ending...plus lift-the-flaps, a giant fold-out, and a fish finger puppet! 16 pages (all in color), 8 x 8, ages 3-5.
Develop letter recognition, vocabulary, rhyming skills, story event recollection, math skills, and fine and gross motor coordination by creating and using easy art projects.
If there's one thing that everyone has an opinion about it's how to bring up a child - especially your child. Kate Konopicky found herself an embattled mother, knowing that however hard she worked everything was wrong. If she went back to full-time employment she was neglecting her child. If she stayed at home the child would be clingy and shy. So, she became a combination of teacher, nurse, nutritionist, psychologist, entertainer and mind reader. She didn't get weekends off and never phoned in sick when she wanted a lie-in. The boss was illogical, demanding, incapable of undertaking the simplest task. Yes, we've all had jobs like that but at least we got paid for them. Kate Konopicky is an anarchic voice in the face of regimented parenting books. With brilliant humour, she'll make you believe you're not a failure when your fairy cakes don't rise, and you'll slowly come to realise that you may not be perfect but that you are doing your best. 'A wildly irreverent look at the parenting game. This riotous look back over her first five years of motherhood will come as a relief to imperfect parents everywhere - in other words, to all parents.' You Magazine

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