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Join Mr Wolf in the kitchen as he gets into lots of trouble making pancakes in this funny illustrated picture book from Jan Fearnley, perfect for pancake day or as a bedtime story all year round.Mr Wolf fancies some tasty pancakes but he doesn't know how to make them! He asks his neighbours but they're a mean and horrible lot who refuse to help. Poor Mr Wolf! He has to work it out all by himself. What happens when those nasty neighbours want to help Mr Wolf eat his delicious pancakes?A brilliantly funny twist on well-loved fairy tale classics such as The Three Little Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood, this children's picture book is packed full of fun and humour and will have young readers howling with laughter.Now with a bright new cover!
When Goldilocks invites herself to Baby Bear's birthday party then behaves atrociously, spoiling all of Mr. Wolf's and Grandma's hard work, Grandma knows just what to do.
"The journey to Gran and Grandad's is making poor old Dad very grumpy. Three times he's had to turn back for home because Twinkle, Billy and Mum have forgotten something. And now Billy and Twinkle are fighting. Thank goodness for little Eric. He's been no trouble. Er ... hang on, where is Little Eric?"--Back cover.
A funny and reassuring story about friendship, tempers, and making amends - and the perfect parental toolkit to help deal with tantrums. Meet Oscar, a boy who loses everything — his football boots, his scooter, even his clothes. Now meet Hugo, an elephant who never forgets anything! So when they find each other in the park they become inseparable. But one day, Oscar loses something very important — his temper — which means he might just lose his best friend as well. From the brilliant Jan Fearnley, creator of the bestselling Mr Wolf's Pancakes.
A warm and reassuring bedtime story about parental love from one of the UK’s leading picture book author/illustrators, Jan Fearnley. Strolling home one evening with his mama, Little Mouse watches as other animals are settled down for the night by their parents. As he gazes at all the love that surrounds them, Little Mouse becomes thoughtful. All these babies must be very special. Could he be that special too? Just Like You is a charming animal story, ideal for babies and toddlers. Jan Fearnley is the award-winning author of The Baby Dragon-Tamer, Arthur and the Meanies and, of course, Mr Wolf’s Pancakes.
Brer Rabbit will never learn! He loves to play jokes, tricks and set traps for his friends - but once in a while, they beat him at his own game! These timeless stories of the briar patch trickster are re-told in Blyton's hugely popular and successful style. This collection contains many Brer Rabbit stories from the books Enid Blyton's Brer Rabbit Book, Brer Rabbit Again and Brer Rabbit's a Rascal.
Discusses how to introduce children to literature with picture books
Harry and the Jaggedy Daggers The first charming instalment of the Bottlenose Bay series from award-winning author/illustrator Jan Fearnley. Harry the harbour mouse is heartbroken when his boat is dashed and smashed on the dangerous, mean old rocks - the terrible Jaggedy Daggers! But just as the sea brings mischief, it brings surprises too . . . A story about being brave. Even if you are very small and have only a teacup and a rusty teaspoon. Jan Fearnley is the best-selling author of Mr Wolf’s Pancakes and Arthur and the Meanies. Her beautifully crafted picture books are terrific for sharing and make for popular bedtime stories.
Flying like Flittermouse The second charming instalment of the Bottlenose Bay series from award-winning author/illustrator Jan Fearnley. The yellow teashop belonged to Etsuko hamster. She was full of kindness and made everyone welcome. Every day, Boz the Boatbuilder popped in for a pot of raspberry tea and a chat. They were best friends. One day, a mysterious stranger flew into town. His name was Flittermouse. When Flittermouse swoops into Bottlenose Bay, he changes everybody’s lives for good . . . Jan Fearnley is the best-selling author of Mr Wolf’s Pancakes and Arthur and the Meanies. Her beautifully crafted picture books are terrific for sharing and make for popular bedtime stories.
After the other animals are mean and ban him from their play, Arthur the elephant finds some true friends and has some fun of his own.
Designed to address the Foundation Curriculum, the Early Learning Goals from the QCA, and the Scottish Curriculum Framework 3-5. This book offers Early Years education, and is a child-centred, activity based resource for nursery stage. It is based on and correlated to the Foundation Stage Curriculum.
Recommends six hundred books that encourage character traits such as responsibility, perseverance, and cooperation, and contains categorized entries that give a synopsis of each book.
Creative displays and activities for practical and fun literacy. This great title from the best-selling World of Display series builds on the success of Literacy on Display by the same authors. This book offers more creative display ideas using popular primary texts as a starting point for work in literacy. Contains 33 exciting themes, linked to popular texts for KS1. The texts have been chosen to work across a number of lessons and reflect a specific literary focus, including: phonics, vowels and consonants, rhyme and rhythm, and sentences and grammar. Each theme includes a focus of learning, a whole-class starter, art and display ideas, practical activities linked to literacy, and cross-curricular links.
Offers eighteen offbeat literary programs featuring creepy, dirty, and stinky stories that will appeal to young readers.
When a dragon faces off with a baby there can only be one winner, can’t there? Jan Fearnley’s beautifully crafted bedtime story is a delight for toddlers and small children who know that the best things come in little packages. Boom! Crash! Bang! A dragon has arrived! He’s big, loud, snorting purple smoke - and all he wants is TREASURE! And he’ll try anything to get it… But he’s reckoned without the Baby. The Baby isn’t the slightest bit afraid of the dragon, no matter what tricks he tries, and it’s only after their fun-filled, night-time adventure that the dragon realises what real treasure is . . . Sure to melt your heart and make you laugh, Jan Fearnley’s The Baby Dragon-Tamer is a touching tale of two unlikely friends. This picture book is beautifully drawn and designed in a soothing night-time setting – perfect for the bedtime story.
Self-Esteem and Foreign Language Learning deals with a topic which has been given surprisingly little attention in Second and Foreign Language Acquisition studies. Although there are several studies dealing with general education, this volume addresses the need to take self-esteem into consideration in the language classroom and adopts both theoretical/research and practical perspectives, with the hope of being useful for both researchers and practitioners. The book is organized into three main parts. Part I serves as an introduction to self-esteem. Part II reports on the existing literature about the theory and research dealing with self-esteem and foreign language learning, and Part III includes procedures for implementation and activities for classroom applications. Self-Esteem and Foreign Language Learning is edited by Fernando Rubio (PhD.), a researcher and teacher at the University of Huelva in Spain. Most of the chapters have been written by members of the research group Affective factors in language learning, which has also published a book on Multiple Intelligences and the teaching of English (Dr. Jane Arnold, Dr. Carmen Fonseca, etc.). There are two outside contributions: one is by Andrew Wright, author of numerous publications for language teachers, and the other by Veronica de Andrs, teacher trainer from the University of El Salvador (Argentina) and member of the executive board of the International Council for Self-Esteem. Dr. Elaine Horwitz of the University of Texas has contributed a preface.

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