Oliver Who Travelled Far and Wide

Author: Mara Bergman,Nick Maland

Publisher: Hodder Children's Books

ISBN: 9780340981641

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 30

View: 1370

A sweet rhyming story about a boy's travels to find his beloved teddy bear Oliver Donnington Rimington-Sneep Tossed and turned and woke from his sleep. Though Bat and Owl and Fox were there Ted didn't seem to be anywhere. Poor Oliver has lost his Ted and must make a journey far and wide to find him before he can go to sleep. Beautifully illustrated, this is a fantastic journey of the imagination, and a perfect bedtime read.

Oliver Who Travelled Far and Wide

Author: Mara Bergman,Nick Maland

Publisher: Hodder Children's Books

ISBN: 9780340981634

Category: Children's stories

Page: 32

View: 9210

Oliver Donnington Rimington-Sneep tossed and turned and woke from his sleep. Though Bat and Owl and Fox were there Ted didn't seem to be anywhere. Poor Oliver has lost his Ted and must make a journey far and wide to find him before he can go to sleep.

Oliver Who Would Not Sleep

Author: Mara Bergman,Nick Maland

Publisher: Hodder Children's Books

ISBN: 9780340893296

Category: Sleep

Page: 32

View: 9069

For all parents with an Oliver (or Olivia) in their lives, and every child seeking a little fun before shut-eye, "Oliver Who Would Not Sleep!" is an ideal bedtime adventure. Full color.

Oliver Who Was Small But Mighty

Author: Mara Bergman,Nick Maland

Publisher: Hodder Children's Books

ISBN: 9780340930557

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 9991

The night the wind started to bump and to bash was the night the rain started to thump and to thrash. Oliver was small, he didn't like it at all. He wished he was tall and mighty. Oliver is having a bath during a thunderstorm and as the thunder gets louder and the storm gets more scary he uses his imagination to face his fears and overcome them.

Oliver and the Noisy Baby

Author: Mara Bergman,Nick Maland

Publisher: Hodder Children's Books

ISBN: 9780340997468

Category: Brothers and sisters

Page: 32

View: 2236

Oliver's baby sister won't stop crying. Oliver gets in his plane and travels to distant lands to get away from the noise. But wherever he goes, there are babies crying. Oliver wonders if back home HIS sister might need him so he flies back to cuddle her to sleep! A new story from a talented prize-winning author/illustrator team praised for their rhythmic imaginative texts and gloriously detailed illustrations.

Oliver's First Christmas

A Mini AniMotion Book

Author: Kristi Valiant,Accord Publishing,Paula Hannigan

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 0740797980

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 12

View: 1336

Oliver, a precocious puppy, prepares to spend his first Christmas with his new family, and like most puppies, Oliver has the best of intentions, but his playful energy causes a whole string of comical misadventures. Featuring the New York Times best-selling AniMotion™ technology in a mini-book format.

When the Alligator Came to Play

Author: Mara Bergman

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton

ISBN: 9781444902488

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 9102

What do you do when an alligator brings her baby alligator to play in the playground?

Mr Tiger, Betsy and the Blue Moon

Author: Sally Gardner

Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd

ISBN: 1786697165

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

View: 1765

An enchanting fairytale about Mr Tiger, and his troupe of acrobats, Betsy K. Glory, the daughter of a mermaid and an ice-cream maker, from bestselling author Sally Gardner and illustrated by Nick Maland. 'Tigers have their secrets and their whiskers, their tails and their tales.' Sally Gardner's enchanting new series, illustrated by Nick Maland, is a fairy tale full of traditional ingredients. When Betsy K. Glory, the daughter of a mermaid and an ice-cream maker, meets the mysterious Mr Tiger they have a giant challenge: a moon to turn blue, berries to collect and wishable-delicious ice-cream to create. The sort that makes wishes come true. With Mr Tiger and his troupe of Gongalong circus acrobats, a toad under a spell, a lonely giant, and Mum and Dad, Betsy sets off on her quest. This book will be printed in blue ink in Dyslexie, a font specially designed to make reading easier – and more fun. Sally is the founder of NuWord, which champions positive debate about dyslexia.

Lively Elizabeth

Author: Mara Bergman

Publisher: Hodder Children's Books

ISBN: 9780340988046

Category: Apologizing

Page: 32

View: 8462

Lively Elizabeth is spirited, cheeky and very much a handful! Watch events unravel as Elizabeth unwittingly starts a chain reaction she can't control.

Itchy Itch Itch

Author: Mara Bergman

Publisher: Bloomsbury UK

ISBN: 9781408818473

Category: Children's stories

Page: 24

View: 7949

What do you do if you have an itchy back and you just can't reach the spot? You get help of course! Buffalo always has an itch and in this charming rhyming story finds the perfect partner to help scratch that spot . . .

Fact Finders Space

Author: MARTIN / MALAND,Ruth Martin

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781783702237

Category:

Page: 16

View: 3228

How did Pluto stop being a planet? Are there other planets in space that could have life on them? This new series explores the cutting edge of popular science subjects - the place where theories are developed and discoveries made! Children will find out about the theories that explain some of the most interesting questions about space, and learn how to evaluate them. With hands-on novelties, funny artwork and light-hearted, informative text, this is the perfect book for budding astronomers, astrophysicists and cosmologists! AUTHOR: Ruth Martin has been an editor and author of children's books for many years. Nick Maland won the Booktrust Early Years Award for his picture book 'Oliver Who Travelled Far and Wide', the V&A illustration award for 'You've Got Dragons', and the Society of Illustrators Silver Medal for 'Snip Snap! What's That?' His first book, 'Welcome Night', was shortlisted for the Mother Goose Best Newcomer Award. Illustrated

Snip Snap

Author: Mara Bergman,Nick Maland

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780340882153

Category: Children's stories

Page: 32

View: 8640

Three siblings are frightened by the wide mouth, long teeth, and strong jaws of the alligator who has crept up the stairs--until they decide they have had enough.

Colour in the Queen

Celebrate the Queen's Life With 15 Frameable Prints

Author: N.A

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Bks

ISBN: 9781847808844

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 594

A coloring in book with 15 removable prints, published to coincide with the Queen's 90th birthday. Detailed scenes are accompanied by explanatory capations on the reverse side. Each spread marks a different moment of the Queen's life, and features iconic people, places and royal celebrations from across the Commonwealth.

India Rising

Tales from a Changing Nation

Author: Oliver Balch

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571259278

Category: Travel

Page: 352

View: 5217

India is on the up. Historically derided as the lumbering elephant of Asia, this vast sub-continent has quickened its pace. The economy is booming. Tens of millions have been pulled out of poverty. Software and service companies abound. Millionaire entrepreneurs are springing up at every turn. Bollywood is going global and Indian expats are flooding back home. What's more, these changes are occurring within the world's largest democracy - a far cry from neighbouring China. But who and what lies behind India's apparent ascendency? In India Rising Oliver Balch takes the voices and stories of everyday Indians and presents a fresh, vivid, highly personalised account of the changes as they are unfolding.Travelling the length and breadth of the country, Balch leads readers off the tourist trail and onto the streets of modern day India. Through Mumbai, Dehli and Chennai, from Bollywood to cricket stadiums, from shopping malls to rural schools and shanty towns, the book blends the best of reportage and travel writing to get under the skin of this nation in transition. What emerges is a captivating portrait of a country at a crossroads. Old versus New. Global versus local. India's march into the twenty-first century is full of tensions and uncertainties. But so too is it brimming with optimism and hope. With over half of its billion plus population under the age of twenty-five, India's future will be written by its youth. In describing their hopes and exploring their fears, India Rising unpicks what makes this vast nation tick and asks where it's heading. Oliver Balch is a UK freelance journalist, whose work has appeared in a wide range of international publications, including The Guardian, The Financial Times and The Traveller. His first book Viva South America! Was shortlisted as 'Book of the Year' at the UK Travel Press Awards.

The Time Traveler's Wife

Author: Audrey Niffenegger

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1476764832

Category: Fiction

Page: 592

View: 9752

"The beloved, mega bestselling first novel from Audrey Niffenegger, "a soaring celebration of the victory of love over time" (Chicago Tribune). A most untraditional love story, this is the celebrated tale of Henry DeTamble, a dashing, adventuresome librarian who inadvertently travels through time, and Clare Abshire, an artist whose life takes a natural sequential course. Henry and Clare's passionate affair endures across a sea of time and captures them in an impossibly romantic trap that tests the strength of fate and basks in the bonds of love. "The Time Traveler's Wife is an odd and enchanting love story. Most of us meet the person we love when we are adults, when the children we were are long gone. Henry and Clare--through the decidedly mixed blessing of Henry's Chrono-Displacement Disorder--have it both ways. It is a story of intense devotion filtered through time--of two people who share the best and worst of growing up as soulmates in a world that can change in an instant"(Charles Dickinson, author of A Shortcut in Time)"--

The Tall Man and the Small Mouse

Author: Mara Bergman,Birgitta Sif

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781406366204

Category: Children's stories

Page: 32

View: 7317

On a tall hill, in a tall house, lived a tall man and a small mouse... From Mara Bergman and Birgitta Sif, creator of Oliver and Frances Dean Who Loved to Dance and Dance, comes an enchanting new story of friendship and teamwork; a modern fable of little and large. All day long, the Tall Man does tall things that need doing, like picking apples and untangling swings and fixing all the broken things. But, one day, the huge town clock simply stops to TICK and TOCK and DING! Whatever will the Tall Man do? However hard he tries, he just doesn't have a clue! Perhaps now is just the right time for the perfect little friend to come along?

Travelling Heroes

Greeks and Their Myths in the Epic Age of Homer

Author: Robin Lane Fox

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0140244999

Category: History

Page: 513

View: 9923

This remarkable and daringly original book proposes a new way of thinking about the Greeks and their myths in the age of the great Homeric hymns. It combines a lifetime's familiarity with Greek literature and history with the latest archeological discoveries and the author's own journeys to the main sites in the story to describe how particular Greeks of the eighth century BC travelled east and west around the Mediterranean, and how their extraordinary journeys shaped their ideas of their gods and heroes. It gathers together stories and echoes from many different ancient cultures, not just the Greek - Assyria, Egypt, the Phoenician traders - and ranges from Mesopotamia to the Rio Tinto at Huelva in modern Portugal. Its central point is the Jebel Aqra, the great mountain on the north Syrian coast which Robin Lane Fox dubs 'the southern Olympus', and around which much of the action of the book turns. Robin Lane Fox rejects the fashionable view of Homer and his near-contemporary Hesiod as poets who owed a direct debt to texts and poems from the near East, and by following the trail of the Greek travellers shows that they were, rather, in debt to their own countrymen. With characteristic flair he reveals how these travellers, progenitors of tales which have inspired writers and historians for thousands of years, understood the world before the beginnings of philosophy and western thought.

The Bering Strait Crossing

A 21st Century Frontier between East and West

Author: James Oliver

Publisher: INFORMATION ARCHITECTS

ISBN: 0954699564

Category: History

Page: 256

View: 2664

The Bering Strait Crossing is the epic story of the Intercontinental Divide. This is where the 53-mile wide strait, named for Danish explorer Vitus Bering (1681-1741), separates four continents across the Europe-Asia landmass and the Americas.

Bears, Bears Everywhere!

Author: Mara Bergman

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781860393488

Category: Bears

Page: 32

View: 8025

This is a warm, rhyming lyrical text about a little girl who loves bears more than anything else in the world.

Let Our Fame Be Great

Journeys among the defiant people of the Caucasus

Author: Oliver Bullough

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141956224

Category: Travel

Page: 512

View: 5954

Two centuries ago, the Russians pushed out of the cold north towards the Caucasus Mountains, the range that blocked their access to Georgia, Turkey, Persia and India. They were forging their colonial destiny, and the mountains were in their way. The Caucasus had to be conquered and, for the highlanders who lived there, life would never be the same again. If the Russians expected it to be an easy fight, however, they were mistaken. Their armies would go on to defeat Napoleon and Hitler, as well as lesser foes, but no one resisted them for as long as these supposed savages. To hear the stories of the conquest, I travelled far from the mountains. I wandered through the steppes of Central Asia and the cities of Turkey. I squatted outside internment camps in Poland, and drank tea beneath the gentle hills of Israel. The stories I heard amplified the outrages I saw in the mountains themselves. As I set out, in my mind was a Chechen woman I had met in a refugee camp. She lived in a ragged, khaki tent in a field of mud and stones, but she welcomed me with laughter and kindness. Like the mountains of her homeland, her spirit had soared upwards, gleaming and pure. Throughout my travels, I met the same generosity from all the Caucasus peoples. Their stories have not been told, and there fame is not great, but truly it deserves to be.