My Little Book of Words

Author: Roger Priddy

Publisher: My Little Books


Category: Board books

Page: 28

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A classic,Priddy photographic book that will make a fabulous addition to any child's early learning library. A step on from a first words book, My Little Words Book will help to develop vocabulary and strengthen language skills. With bright photographs of items that children will recognise and clear labels, there is plenty to explore in this engaging board book. The rainbow-coloured, tabbed page edges make it easy to turn the page.

My Little Book of Animals

Author: Roger Priddy

Publisher: Priddy Books


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 14

View: 862

With bright pictures and simple labels, My Little Book of Animals will make a fabulous addition to your child's early learning library. This classic, Priddy title is a step on from a first words book and will help your toddler to develop their vocabulary and strengthen their language skills. With colorful photographs of animals your child will recognize, labeled simply and clearly, there is plenty for toddlers to explore in this engaging board book. The rainbow-colored, stepped edges make it easy for little hands to turn the page and encourages toddlers to discover each section. Also available: My Little Book of Words.

The Little Book of Lost Words

Collywobbles, Snollygosters, and 86 Other Surprisingly Useful Terms Worth Resurrecting

Author: Joe Gillard

Publisher: Ten Speed Press


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 192

View: 240

The founder of History Hustle presents a handy guide for expressing yourself with history's best words. This collection features scores of unique words from history that deal with surprisingly modern issues like sleeping in and procrastination--proving that some things never change! The Little Book of Lost Words presents each term that's ready to be brought back into modern-day use, complete with definition, hilarious sample sentence, and cheeky historical art. You'll learn new words for the cozy room where you like to Netflix and chill (snuggery), for a dishonest politician (snollygoster), and for a young person who sleeps through the day and doesn't work (dewdropper). If you like Lost in Translation, Shakespeare Insult Generator, Drunk History, and Roald Dahl--and you delight in the way words like blatteroon and flapdoodle roll off the tongue--then you're the word lover this book was written for. Want to know what a fizgig or groke is? Read this book!

My Little Book of Wonderful Words

A-Z DIY Dictionary Notebook 6x9 with Alphabetical Order Headed Pages

Author: Hayley Mitchell




Page: 52

View: 434

This 52 page 6x9" notebook has two pages for each letter of the alphabet, perfect for creating your own dictionary of favourite words, or orgnaising notes alpabetically. Pages are lined with two coloums.

The Little Book of Big Words

Author: Andy Hughes

Publisher: How to Books Limited


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 203

View: 197

It is easy to look up a word in the dictionary, but knowing how to use it is a different matter altogether. This volume solves that problem by explaining and illustrating the use of each word in a simple, straightforward and sometimes humorous way.

My Little Book of Kind Words Journal

A Beautiful Lined Journal Ideal for Recording Beautiful Thoughts, Dreams, Ideas, for Planning, for Tracking - 100 Pages - A5 6x9 Inches

Author: The Simple Life Press




Page: 100

View: 994

There are multiple uses for this pretty lined journal notebook. You have 100 pages to fill with your ideas, dreams, plans, inspiration quotes, poems or sketches. Whatever you choose to use this beautiful book for, you will be motivated to keep adding to your writing every day

My Little Book of Chinese Words

Author: Catherine Louis

Publisher: North South Books


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 208

View: 126

Presents an introduction to Chinese writing, with each word accompanied by a pronunciation guide to the Chinese word, and its English translation.

My Little Book of Positive Affirmations

Author: Cooper Pauline



Category: Self-Help

Page: 56

View: 519

Words are undisputedly powerful; words can build us or break us, heal us or make us sick. Let us make a deliberate effort, to make positive declarations over our lives and well-being, let us secure our future via these positive affirmations.