Meet Mr. and Mrs. Green

Author: Keith Baker

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

View: 286

Mr. and Mrs. Green are ready for some fun, and you're invited! Come along as they go camping, eat stacks of pancakes, and try their luck at the County Fair. (Snow cones, anyone?) Whatever the Greens are up to, it's sure to be an adventure, because life with these two is always full of surprises--not to mention chocolate bars, marshmallows, and rainbow sprinkles!

Lucky Days with Mr. and Mrs. Green

Author: Keith Baker

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 72

View: 125

Mr. and Mrs. Green are back for another round of sweet and adventurous alligator escapades. This time they're trying their hand at detective work, entering a gumball-guessing contest, and (most daring of all!) participating in the town talent show. Happily for the Greens, luck is on their side. Luck and cookies--JUMBO cookies! With its snappy text and warm, bright illustrations, this third book in the Mr. and Mrs. Green series is sure to be an alligator-sized success with beginning readers everywhere.

More Mr. and Mrs. Green

Author: Keith Baker

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 68

View: 625

Mr. and Mrs. Green, two alligators, spend time together fishing, painting, and going to the park.

Something about the Author

Author: Thomson Gale

Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 344

View: 295

Series covers individuals ranging from established award winners to authors and illustrators who are just beginning their careers. Entries cover: personal life, career, writings and works in progress, adaptations, additional sources, and photographs.

George Boyle White: surveyor, colonial citizen, diarist

Volume 2 Selected Diaries 1843-1875

Author: Les Dalton

Publisher: Les Dalton

ISBN:

Category: Farmers

Page: 710

View: 940

A dedicated diarist, White compiled a detailed account of colonial life in the Hunter Valley away from its hub in Sydney. In the privacy of his diary, where ‘an opinion could be given without incurring censure’, commentaries on other colonials could be harsh, while casting himself as imposed upon by family and friends. A nervous public speaker he could, when aroused, write an abrasive letter or stir public controversy. He was fond of reading the classics, filled notebooks with quotations and quoted them in his diaries. Feeling isolated in the antipodes he followed closely news of world events. Perhaps he can best be thought of as a thwarted intellectual living in a colonial backwater. Elected to the Legislative Assembly in 1858, he chaired an inquiry with significant outcomes for land settlement. He was, said a contemporary, not only a historian, and an eyewitness, but “a prominent actor in the parts he recorded”.

The First Directive

Author: Joseph D. McNamara

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

View: 219

A rich mans teenage daughter has disappeared, and for some reason, people in high places are getting nervous. Sergeant Fraleigh, a homicide cop, is put on the case and promptly violates the first directive of police work: he gets involved with a beautiful suspect. When big politics goes to bed with big money and with teenage girlsits tough to make the right choices. And the case of the rich mans missing daughter is a sinkhole of corruption dragging down microchip millionaires with more money than they know what to do with and more power than they know how to handle.