A level 2 Oxford Bookworms Library graded readers. Written for Learners of English by Tim Vicary. All they could hear was the wind, and the waves crashing on to the rocks. All they could see was the night. They could not see the ship, broken in two. They could not see the people holding on to the dark wet rock, slowly dying of cold. And they could not hear the cries for help – only the wind. How could they save the people on the rock? Was their wooden boat stronger than the iron ship? Were a man and his daughter stronger than the great waves that broke the ship in two? The Forfarshire was wrecked off the north-east coast of England in 1838. This is the true story of Grace Darling – a girl who became a famous heroine on that stormy night.
Babar returns in this unusual and heartwarming Christmas story by Jean de Brunhoff. Babar’s children have caught wind of a fellow in Man’s country named Father Christmas who brings joy and toys to little children. "If only we could bring him here", they wish. So they write the Christmas saint a letter inviting him to visit them. When they get no reply, Babar, ever the good father, rushes out to find the red-suited one. After much searching, and with the help of a dog named Duck, Babar reaches Father Christmas’s workshop in the snow. Can Babar find a way to bring him to Elephants’ country?
The 50th title in the internationally bestselling That's not my... series. This sparkly, touchy-feely book features a magical unicorn to talk about, and a little white mouse to spot on every page. Babies and toddlers will love turning the pages and touching the textured patches as they try to find their unicorn.
Young children just love things that go, and here is a book they can spend hours pushing along the floor as well as reading! Follow the red tractor as it gets busy helping out around the farm. There's masses of detail and plenty to talk about on every page, plus lots of farm animals to spot. The perfect book for vehicle-mad toddlers.
Fifteen thousand battle-hardened Roman legionaries strike deep into dense forest. Awaiting them are deadly, hostile Germanic tribes. In a clearing they find twelve massacred and strung-up legionaries.Is this a threat, or a warning?There is just one bloodied, broken survivor. He has no idea who he is. Only that he is a soldier.And now he must fight. As the legions are mercilessly cut down, the nameless soldier joins a small band of survivors trapped in the forest. If they fight together they have a slim chance of staying alive.
Learning With Computers Level 4 is part of a series of project based keyboarding texts. Using the computer as a learning tool, students learn and apply computer skills as they work through the cross-curricular projects. In Level 4, students apply the computer skills they have been introduced to and learned in Learning with Computers Level K, 1, 2, and 3. Projects are based on reading, writing, math, social studies, and art, and have a keyboarding practice page included. Students receive reinforcement to touch typing (20-25 wpm), basic computer operations and concepts, and graphics and multimedia. They will master word processing, navigating, editing, and adding in a spreadsheet and database, and navigation of websites. This 192 page text is softcover, top spiral, and has an easel back. It is a standalone product that also supports Bernie's Typing Travels Keyboarding software.
Forever young musicians. Full list and rare facts. The list of «27 Club» is not limited to Amy Winehouse and Jim Morrison. In this unusual club more than 40 names! Richie Edwards, Dmitry Chekov, Alexander Korzhov, Mia Katherine Zapata, Igor Chumychkin, Pete da Freitas and many others! So talented, so young. What other beautiful music could they give the world if they did not leave so early?
Join Richard Scarry’s Busytown friends in this big board book, featuring Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm, as they teach preschoolers new words. From the house to the grocery store, and the harbor to the farm, over 175 clearly labeled objects will have young children immersed in an adventure of discovery like only Richard Scarry could create.
In the Agency, Cupid, who deals only with love affairs, only two employees work – Oleg and Vika. But they can do any job. And there is no such thing that they can not investigate. Because they know what love is. Or they think they know. Riddles are unraveling, the agency is thriving, but the heroes do not stop there. Ahead of them are waiting for new peaks.