Timothy Pope has a brand new telescope and he's testing it out at the park. Children will delight in peeping through the die-cut holes and guessing what Tim has spotted. Is that really a shark he can see? Turn the page and find out . . .
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the park . . . Timothy Pope is blown this way and that way in the windy park -- but among the whistling wind and blustering brollies could that be a shark he spies through his telescope. Peep through the die-cut hole in the pages of the book to find out. A third book in the bestselling Shark in the Park series -- it's fin-tastic fun!
Give your young children the best start to learning English with Jamboree Storytime's interactive, play-based approach! One of ten beautifully illustrated Readers in the Jamboree Storytime series - the storybooks provide engaging and lively stories in authentic English with strong visual support. Jamboree Storytime is an exciting new series designed to introduce the English language to children aged 3-5. It nurtures and extends their developing awareness of stories and integrates this with language learning, through songs, rhymes, puppets and play-based activities. The series has been specifically developed to encourage a love of stories and reading in young children, and to begin to introduce the English language in an accessible and enjoyable way.
Jamboree is an exciting new resource to introduce the English language to young children. It nurtures and extends their developing awareness of stories as well as of language learning, and includes songs, rhymes, puppets and many play-based activities. It has been specifically developed to encourage a love of stories and reading in young children, and to begin to introduce the English language in an accessible and enjoyable way.
The Shark in the Park by Mark Watson and Pablo Michau ""Highly original, imaginative and thrilling."" ""The best illustrated children's book of 2014, hands down."" ""An old, old monster in a supposedly safe environment, one familiar to all. A walk in the park will never be the same again." " ""A hit! A brave and brilliant hit! An immediate children's classic." " The air is misty, bright and cool, the morning Michael walks to school. At the boundary of the park he waits, nervously he hesitates. The day warms up, the sun shines down and Mike walks on, into town. Gnarly branches, crook and tight, curl around the ghostly light. Suddenly he freezes, weak at the knees, what is that swimming beneath the trees? Terrifying, funny, thrilling! This new, beautifully illustrated children's book is available in paperback and digital versions. The Kindle version includes links to exclusive interactive content. Hear 7-time Emmy award winner, ABC News correspondent, and currently the host of Primetime: "What Would You Do?," John Quinones read "The Shark in the Park" on youtube here... http: //goo.gl/WXPCi0 Enjoy, and remember, it's just a story."