Would You Rather Be a Bullfrog?

Author: Dr. Seuss

Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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A series of choices are presented in rhyming text.

Who Will Be My Pet?

Author: Stan Tusan

Publisher: Golden Books


Category: Pets

Page: 32

View: 358

A boy never has interesting things for show and tell, until one day when he finds a rock containing two tiny Martians.

A Duke in Need of a Wife

Author: Annie Burrows

Publisher: Harlequin


Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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A search for a duchess…despite his scandalous secret! Oliver, Duke of Theakstone, needs a duchess, but who will accept his secret illegitimate child? He invites several eligible ladies to his estate to assess their suitability, including infuriating beauty Miss Sofia Underwood. Oliver is a master of cool practicality, so he’s hopeful when he sees the connection between Sofia and his daughter. What scares him is there’s nothing cool or practical about his attraction to Sofia! “The Marquess Tames His Bride is a delightful story about true love, passion and mystery” —Goodreads on The Marquess Tames His Bride “The author shows talent all the way through and her writing is magnificent” —Goodreads on The Marquess Tames His Bride

How to be Topp

A guide to Success for tiny pupils, including all there is to kno about SPACE

Author: Geoffrey Willans

Publisher: Penguin UK


Category: Fiction

Page: 112

View: 698

All skools make some sort at teaching the pupils things and the headmaster pin up a huge timetable of lessons ect. which make the heart sink when you look at it. Nigel Molesworth is back, this time taking the tinies in hand and showing that they can survive the first term - as long as you avoid the prefects and show all due respect to Molesworth 1. Back to Skool might be particularly hard on Mater and Pater, but think of those poor new bugs, forced to be their best at Latin, English, foopball and French (Armand in his striped shirt and feeble questions). Just follow his timeless advice, however, and you too could be Topp.

The Big Green Book of Beginner Books

Author: Dr. Seuss

Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 254

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Presents a collection of stories, including "Great Day for Up," "I Am Not Going to Get Up Today!," "I Wish That I Had Duck Feet," "Maybe You Should Fly a Jet! Maybe You Should Be a Vet!," and "Wacky Wednesday," along with "Would You Rather Be a Bullfrog?"


Author: Margery Sharp




Page: 88

View: 451

This is a new release of the original 1960 edition.

Book of Riddles

Author: Bennett Cerf



Category: Riddles

Page: 64

View: 868

Children love jokes, so what could be a greater encouragement to reading than a BOOK OF RIDDLES? Every turn of a page brings a hilarious answer to a delightfully silly question fro beginning readers age 5-8. 'I can read it all by myself' is the Beginner Books motto, and behind it is an understanding of how important it is for children to take pride and pleasure in their early reading. Beginner Books have been designed to appeal directly to children through the use of humour, rhyme, and bright pictures that can be 'read' even by the non-reading child. Some Beginner Books are simple stories, others are hilarious nonsense: both types have been designed to give children confidence and make them want to go on reading.