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Brian's a piranha who loves bananas. What's so wrong with that? Brian the piranha is an enthusiastic fan of peas and loves a good fruit tray. But he simply cannot get his friends to give them a taste - they like knees and feet. Finally after much convincing, the piranhas give in and give fruit a chance . . . but find they still prefer bums over plums in this "cheeky" and hilarious rhyming story.
The short biographies in Australian Children's Authors are arranged alphabetically. They include a brief description of the genre and style of each author, and a select bibliography of their publications. Children can browse through the list and look for an author whose work they would like to read. They can also find out about the history of writing for children in Australia. Included are tips for writing your own books and explanations that reveal how a writer turns thoughts into a finished book. Famous Australians presents short biographies of people who have made notable contributions to society, and who have helped make sport and children's literature such important and popular aspects of Australian culture.
The Raggamuffin of Poo Hill is an early learning Children's book for ages 3 to 8. (I say 8, because I have had children of that age read it and were thoroughly amused by it). It is based on the real life antics of our family cat, from her first days with us as a kitten, through to her first birthday (1 year old). It's quirky, cheeky and a little bit naughty, for kids anyway, and lots of fun looking at all the silly things cats do. It is along the same tune as books like 'Piranhas don't eat Bananas', 'The monster under my bed that farts' and 'Pig the Pug (Fibber)'. Also it is another helpful reading tool for kids learning to read, as well as a fun book for parents, child care assistants and teachers to read to their kids.
Pig was a Pug and I'm sorry to say, when he went on vacation he'd cause great dismay. When Pig, the world's most selfish pug, goes on holiday, he causes chaos wherever he goes. The Sphinx loses more than just a nose, the Queen's corgis are in an uproar, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa is doomed. But every party must come to an end. And it does - a sore one for Pig, when he finally learns that if you disrespect the locals, they might just bite back. Another laugh-out-loud book from bestselling author Aaron Blabey.
We Are Poets! is Helên's sparkling collection for younger readers. It features a selection of children's poems, ranging from the floor-filling anthemic action poem 'Everybody Everywhere Stomp Your Feet!' to the calming, chill-out poetry of 'Memory Beach'. The book showcases a variety of poetic styles including narrative verse, limericks, rap, and there's even a villanelle in there! The poems introduce a wide range of fantastic characters including rock-star silk worms, obese fruit bats, myopic professors and lots of naughty, grubby, scabby children. WINNER Book of the Month Award, The Poetry Kit, June 2008 "Playing with structure and form she produces magical poetry which shows how relevant poetry can be. It's fun, it's amazing, it's Helên on top form. Great illustrations... This is a collection that should be in every school library." - Jim Bennett, The Poetry Kit "I love your poems so much, I think you deserve a treat." - Yr 1 pupil at Holy Spirit Primary School, Merseyside
Arlo Moore has resolved to break the world record for eating bananas—consuming seventeen in two minutes should be easy, right? Arlo Moore’s favorite book of all time is TheGuinness Book of World Records, and as bananas are his favorite food, he has memorized the record for eating bananas. While gearing up to start his fifth grade year, Arlo suddenly has a crazy thought: He should break the world record for banana eating and become famous! His brother and sister think he’s crazy for even trying, and they bet Arlo that he can’t break the record in three weeks. Arlo hates when people tell him he can’t do something, and so he agrees. Soon, he will be a world champion. It’s going to take all of Arlo’s concentration and all of his awesome banana-eating powers to break this record and win the bet—and maybe capture the attention of the pretty new girl in school, too. But when everyone starts betting on Arlo’s chances of beating the record, his principal forbids him from training at school. With everyone against him, can Arlo still succeed and become famous?
Characters you won’t forget in four middle-grade novels from a writer who “has captivated young readers for a quarter of a century” (CorvallisGazette-Times). From mountain climbing to banana-eating contests, visiting a Kentucky farm to traveling to another world, these four middle-grade novels from Tom Birdseye have something for everyone. A Tough Nut to Crack: Eighth-grader Cassie Bell’s father and grandfather had a falling-out years ago, so she’s never met him. But when Grandpa Ruben is injured in a tractor accident, the family travels from Oregon to his Kentucky farm. From the way her dad talks about him, she pictured a mean old man, but her grandfather is lively, goofy, and loving. Still, Dad and Grandpa Ruben can barely stand to be in the same room. Can Cassie find a way to get them back together again? “The novel’s simplicity, humor, action, and warmth will appeal to a broad range of readers.” —School Library Journal Storm Mountain: Thirteen-year-old Cat Taylor’s father and uncle, a famous search-and-rescue team, died on Storm Mountain two years ago. When her cousin Ty impulsively takes their ashes to scatter on the mountain, Cat has no choice but to climb up after him. But when a blizzard traps them, Cat and Ty realize they could be the next ones to die on Storm Mountain. “A touching story about a daughter who wants to honor her mountaineer father. Will appeal to aspiring young climbers who want a taste of the big peaks. Tom Birdseye has more than thirty years of mountaineering experience, and it shows in this page-turning work.” —Climbing The Eye of the Stone: While walking through the woods on his thirteenth birthday, Jackson Cooper takes shelter in a cave to avoid a storm. When he pulls a peculiar stone from the wall, he is suddenly transported to another world. The inhabitants of this strange new place called Timmra believe that Jackson is the chosen one, a promised gift from their god to protect them, and now he must find the courage to fight an evil monster. “The story provides plenty of excitement for adventure fans. . . . [A] fast-paced fantasy.” —Booklist I’m Going to Be Famous: Arlo Moore’s favorite book of all time is The Guinness Book of World Records, and now he is determined to break the world record for eating his favorite food—bananas. He only needs to consume seventeen in less than two minutes. Should be easy, right? Except that when everyone starts betting on Arlo’s chances of beating the record, his principal forbids him from training at school. But nothing’s going to stop Arlo from his moment of fame—even if everyone thinks he’s bananas. “[A] fast-paced, furiously funny story.” —Booklist

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