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I Love My Grandad

Author : Giles Andreae
ISBN : 1408350637
Genre : Board books
File Size : 70.67 MB
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A celebration of grandparents and the special role they play in family life. This delightful board book captures the joy of spending a fun-filled day with Grandad. With a gentle, rhyming story and sweet, colourful illustrations, this is the perfect present for every family. For new grandparents, on Father's Day or at any time of the year. From the creators of I Love My Daddy, a Sunday Times Top 10 Bestseller, and I Love My Mummy, winner of the Book Trust Early Years Award.
Category: Board books

Little Big Love

Author : Katy Regan
ISBN : 9781509837403
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 75.52 MB
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**Previously published in hardback as Little Big Man** ‘Katy Regan broke my heart and put it back together again with Little Big Love’ Lucy Diamond Liam Jones is the love of Juliet’s life. He was her brother’s best friend first, then hers, then the father of her son. In those shining weeks after Zac was born, she’d never been happier, and neither had Liam. Until the night he disappeared without a trace. Zac is now ten, and collects facts: octopuses have three hearts; the world’s heaviest man weighed over 100 stone; only three species of animal have a blue tongue. The one piece of information he really wants, though, is the truth about why his father left. His family refuse to talk about that night but when Juliet inadvertently admits to him Liam is the only man she's ever loved, Zac decides to find him and give his mum a second chance at happy ever after. After all, nothing can stand in the way of true love . . . Or can it? ‘A big-hearted, brilliantly pitched tale about family, love and finding your place in the world’ Heat ‘Poignant, funny and heartbreaking with a story that stays with you long after you have put it down’ Psychologies ‘Beautifully written and brimming with people to love and root for . . . Had me from the first page’ Lisa Jewell
Category: Fiction

Always On My Mind

Author : Megan Henry
ISBN : 9781925183337
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 66.86 MB
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Captivating and inspiring, Always On My Mind is an unforgettable account of one woman's search for peace during her darkest hours. Set in outback Western Australia, Megan Henry is thrust in to the Indigenous and Maori cultures that surround her, intertwined with the complex history of Australia's shearing industry. Blinded by naïve youth, Megan fails to see that some loves must come at an unimaginable cost. Her delicate heart, her independence and her sanity were all called in to question as her relationship and her life manifest into unhealable pain. In her spiralling demise; anorexia, addiction and suicide became her saviour.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The English Ladder Level 3 Teacher S Book

Author : Susan House
ISBN : 9781107400764
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 81.2 MB
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The English Ladder is a four-level course designed to help pupils take their first steps in English. Join the Fantastic family for fun, adventure and lively language learning through engaging stories, challenging songs, games, tongue twisters, and communication activities. Part of a four-level course, this Level 3 Teacher's Book features lesson-by-lesson teaching notes, notes for activities in the Pupil's Book and Activity Book, tests for the end of each unit and each level and clear guidance on language presentation.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Breaking Through Barriers To Boys Achievement

Author : Gary Wilson
ISBN : 9781408193556
Genre : Education
File Size : 26.86 MB
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Educators have for many years sought to understand why boys underperform in schools and what can be done about it. In Breaking through barriers to boys' achievement, Gary Wilson provides the full picture as to why boys of all ages underachieve and what can be done to start solving the problem. He presents the 28 barriers to boys' learning, including early language development, 'laddish' culture and lack of male role models. His emphasis is very much on turning out respectable young men who have a 'caring masculinity'. The second edition of this ground-breaking book includes revised and updated case studies, data and practical tips and advice on how to raise boys' achievement. You will find tried-and-tested strategies which will help you to: - effectively engage boys in the life of the school - engage boys in the curriculum, with particular emphasis on literacy - create the right culture for learning - develop emotional intelligence in boys - develop self-esteem - provide opportunities for reflection - turn the 'peer police' into a positive force for good - teach in ways that will hit all the right buttons for boys, but will not disadvantage girls Breaking through barriers to boys' achievement provides a practical toolkit that will enable every teacher, department, key stage or school to determine precisely which barriers impinge upon their work with boys and to plan a way forward. It also provides a range of whole-school models for developing effective projects for raising boys' achievement.
Category: Education

Love To Hate You

Author : Emma Lea
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 43.97 MB
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Noelle I was having a very bad day. The worst day of my life. With only eight weeks left until my thirtieth birthday (oh, and Christmas) I was determined to cram every last ounce of fun into my life before I officially became an 'adult'. But my pursuit of the perfect lead-up to my thirtieth birthday was ruined when I turned up at work to find out I no longer had a job. Then I got home to find my boyfriend in bed with someone else. I didn’t hang around for his explanation, instead packing my stuff and walking out, leaving him and the apartment we’d shared behind. Now I was jobless, homeless, and broke. Things couldn't get much worse. Logan I was having a very bad day. With less than an hour before I was due to address the board of investors about the next round of funding for my medical research, I couldn't find a damn thing. My PA had abandoned me for marriage, leaving me high and dry (well, not really, she did arrange for a replacement, but apparently I was impossible to work for) so now I was stuck with an office that looked like a tornado had torn through it and no report to give the investors and the very possibility of being refused the money I needed to make the medical breakthrough I knew was within my grasp. I was a genius—my mother had me tested—but I really sucked when it came to filing. One drunken online ad later and Noelle walked into my life, turning it upside down and leaving me wondering how I ever survived without her. But being a PA is just a temporary solution for Noelle, and she has no intention on staying permanently. No matter how good we are together. *This is a sexy office romance set at Christmas time in Australia where things get hot and steamy (and I don't just mean the weather). **This book was previously published as 'Girl Friday'
Category: Fiction

A To Zoo

Author : Carolyn W. Lima
ISBN : UOM:49015003139004
Genre : Children's literature, English
File Size : 34.77 MB
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Presents a guide to nearly 27,000 children's picture book titles grouped in over 1,200 subjects and indexed by author, title, and illustrator.
Category: Children's literature, English


Author : Rachel Elliot
ISBN : 1845392973
Genre : Children's stories
File Size : 42.59 MB
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Suitable for the youngest of readers, this mini-board book presentsllustrated, simple and heart warming stories. It includes stories such as;olly's Jolly Brolly, Grandad, Smelly Bill, Ghost, Zzzzz and My Dad!.
Category: Children's stories

Grade Teacher

Author :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105007906394
Genre : Education
File Size : 65.12 MB
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Category: Education

Loving Dallas

Author : Caisey Quinn
ISBN : 9780062366849
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 32.33 MB
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In the second novel in bestselling author Caisey Quinn’s Neon Dreams series, a country rock band and its members embark on the rocky road to fame and find love along the way. Every dream comes with a price… Dallas Sacrifice. I’m familiar with it. I’ve had to leave behind everyone I cared about—my sister, my best friend, my band, and my high school sweetheart—in order to chase my dream of making it in Nashville. But when Robyn Breeland walks back into my life, it’s as if the universe has decided to give me a second chance. I’m just not sure it’s one I’m willing to take. Robyn Heartbreak. I practically majored in it. Dallas Lark was the first boy I ever loved and the one who'd shattered my heart into pieces. But I’ve moved on. Working in promotions at Midnight Bay Bourbon, I’m too busy to sit around moping over my ex. But when my company decides to sponsor his tour, I’ll have to face him whether I’m ready to or not. Dallas is determined to drive me to distraction, and my body begs me to let him. Trouble is, my heart can’t tell the difference between a second chance and making the same mistake twice.
Category: Fiction

My Two Grandads

Author : Floella Benjamin
ISBN : 9780711240926
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 28.97 MB
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Aston's Grandad Roy played in a steel band and Grandad Harry played the trumpet in a brass band. Aston always enjoyed going to visit them and listen to them practise. But soon he wanted to join in. So he asked Grandad Roy to teach him to play the steel drums and then he asked Grandad Harry to teach him to play the trumpet. He loved practising both instruments. Then the school needs a band to play at the school fair, and both grandads want their own band to play. Finaly Aston had an idea - both bands join together to make one big band, and Aston joins in first on steel drums and then on trumpet. This delightful story of a mixed-race family reconciling their very different cultures is a wonderful celebration of diverse cultures. Written by one of Britain's foremost campaigners and media personalities and illustrated by a highly regarded illustrator, this book is sure to build on the success of My Two Grannies.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Nanny And Grandad And The Pirates Of Devon

Author : Martin Harman
ISBN : 9781514447901
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 32.13 MB
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Everyone has a Nanny and Grandad but do we really know what they get up to when they go out by themselves? Our Nanny and Grandad seem to get into all sorts of adventures. In Nanny and Grandad and the Pirates of Devon, we find the loveable pair on holiday on the south coast of England enjoying the peaceful surroundings. The question is, how long can they stay out of trouble and will it remain peaceful all day? There is only one way to find out.
Category: Fiction

An American Story

Author : David Toay Lowell
ISBN : WISC:89082474321
Genre :
File Size : 86.85 MB
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The Publishers Weekly

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ISBN : UCSD:31822031999170
Genre : American literature
File Size : 45.31 MB
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Category: American literature

I Love

Author : Александр Авдеенко
ISBN : UCSC:32106006602442
Genre :
File Size : 34.33 MB
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Better Betting With A Decent Feller

Author : Carl Chinn
ISBN : UOM:39015024788070
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 87.1 MB
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Today, branches of chains such as William Hill and Ladbrokes are familiar sights in high streets across Britain, and betting takes place on all sorts of events - from horse-racing to general elections, from football-match results to the likelihood of snow falling on Christmas Day. Yet until 1961 street bookmakers were illegal, and old prejudices are slow to fade away. A stigma is still attached to bookmaking, and for many people bookmakers remain a disreputable and shady lot. This book sets out to examine why this is the case. Social historian Carl Chinn was himself a bookmaker, like his father and grandfather before him, and therefore brings his own unique perspective to this lively and highly readable account of the profession's history, from its origins among the sharpsters who hoodwinked punters at racecourses, to the illegal street bookies who offered the working class a tantalising escape from poverty, to the growth of leisure empires such as Coral and William Hill.
Category: Political Science