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The First Hippo On The Moon Read Aloud By David Walliams

Author : David Walliams
ISBN : 9780008113612
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Number one bestselling author David Walliams presents this explosively funny space adventure, illustrated by artistic genius Tony Ross. This eBook comes with read-along audio, hilariously performed by the author himself. Warning: very silly sound-effects included!

Focus On 100 Most Popular English Male Comedians

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Literacy In Australia

Author : Amy Seely Flint
ISBN : 9780730369240
Genre : Education
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Infused with our authors’ personal experiences teaching, Literacy in Australia, 3rd Edition is delivered as a full colour printed textbook with an interactive eBook code included. This enables students to master concepts and succeed in assessment by taking the roadblocks out of self-study, with features designed to get the most out of learning such as animations, interactivities, concept check questions and videos. With a prioritised focus on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures featured throughout the text, pre-service teachers will be well-equipped with the knowledge of what kinds of activities they can include in and out of the classroom for an enriching learning experience for their students.

The Shy Manifesto

Author : Michael Ross
ISBN : 9781350114401
Genre : Performing Arts
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Last night I tried not to be shy, just as an experiment for one night - and with catastrophic results. 17 year old Callum is proud to be shy and he thinks you should be too, because what this noisy, crazy world needs right now is a bit more self-restraint. The Shy Manifesto is a bittersweet coming-of-age comedy drama about a shy boy who is fed up of constantly being told to come out of his shell. Tonight he is to address an audience of radical shy comrades and incite the meek to finally rise up and inherit the earth. But memories of the previous night's drunken escapades at a classmate's end-of-term party keep intruding, and threaten to upend the fragile identity he has created for himself. Callum delivers his manifesto, exploring adolescence, isolation, self-loathing and sexuality. His irreverent lightness of touch, and multi- rolling as the other characters in his story endear him to the audience, encouraging us that we, too, can be proud to be shy. The Shy Manifesto is a solo piece that takes the experience of being shy as its central subject- something which has rarely been explored in drama, and yet which touches on many audience members lives.

The World S Worst Children 2

Author : David Walliams
ISBN : 9780008259631
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The brilliant follow-up to David Walliams’ bestseller The World’s Worst Children! Ten more stories about a brand new gang of hilariously horrible kids from everyone’s favourite children’s author, illustrated in glorious full colour by Tony Ross.

The First Travel Guide To The Moon

Author : Rhoda Blumberg
ISBN : 059070396X
Genre : Moon
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A detailed travel guide outlining travel arrangements, moon history, places of interest, and other pertinent information for lunar visitors

The Rough Guide To Zimbabwe

Author : Barbara McCrea
ISBN : 1858285321
Genre : History
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The fourth edition of the Rough Guide to Zimbabwe includes Botswana's national parks and Okavanga Delta. Zimbabwe and Botswana boast stunning wildlife and a diverse array of cultures. With the Rough Guide, you can catch the roots and rhythms of Zimbabwean jive (popularized by the Bhundu Boys) and watch lions and elephants in some of the world's best parks. The Rough Guide's complete listings take you from Botswana's Okavango Delta to Zimbabwe's capital Harare, stopping at villages and cities along the way to find great restaurants, bars and hotels to suit your budget and needs.

The Tale Of Henrietta Hippo

Author : Aaron Johnson
ISBN : 9781491837795
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Everyone has a dream and Henrietta Hippo is no exception. The desire to be a child's companion has always been her ambition and now she finds that the way to accomplish her dream is within her grasp. She finds she needs to overcome many challenges both in her personal life and in the assignments she receives through the mail from Teddy Tec. Her judgement, common sense, and loving nature shine forth in her work and the companion school realizes that she would make a wonderful child confidant. Despite self doubt and limited funds, her wish in the end is granted amd a new and different life unfolds for her.

The Derelict House

Author : Lesley Cripps Thomson
ISBN : 9781491897614
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Elephants breaking down walls, a hyena sharing a fire with the night guard to keep warm, hippos fighting, armless monkeys bringing their young to be admired by the author—this book is a kaleidoscope of wild animals, strange and often eccentric tourists, the trails and tribulations of running a poorly equipped lodge in a remote wilderness area, and the laughter and tears of working with and living alongside staff from a different background and culture. Written with great compassion, this is Lesley Cripps Thomson’s story of how she forges a bond with staff who do not want to be told what to do or how to do it by a woman and the hardships they have to live with, including illness and poverty. She tells of the good times they have and how, in a crisis, they all pull together. ============================ In The Derelict House, Lesley Cripps Thomson vividly conveys the fun and the frustrations of living and working in the African bush. Enlivened by the many characters who pepper the pages, her book also paints a colourful picture of the wildlife scene. For those who aspire to sample wild Africa for the first time, and for those who have already fallen under its spell, this is an excellent read. For myself, it has been a pleasure to encounter a book so evocative of the Africa I have come to love. Douglas Willis, FRGS, FRSGS (Scotland) Running a lodge in the African bush means not only exotic wildlife but also eccentric human life. A vivid and engaging read. William Saunderson-Meyer - Sunday Times, South Africa “I loved The Derelict House ... it brought back fond memories of my own time in The Luangwa Valley and the characters and wildlife really are true to form” Julie Croucher, ‘Travel With Jules’ UK


Author : Edgar Williams
ISBN : 9781780237329
Genre : Nature
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"Hippos are well-loved, cumbersome, rotund mammals famous for lounging, semi-submerged in muddy pools. Gregarious herbivores, they emerge after dusk from the water into the cool night air to graze on grass and plants before returning to the water at sunrise. They have huge mouths adapted for grazing as well as large, sharp tusks and jaws powerful enough to bite through crocodiles, small boats and even humans. Hippos originated in Asia and share a common ancestor with whales. The common hippo, once found all over Africa, is now largely confined to South and East Africa, while its close relative, the mysterious pygmy hippo, dwells only in the forests of West Africa. Until the last Ice Age, they were common across Europe, including Britain. To the ancient Egyptians the hippo was a revered deity, while at the same time it was hunted for sport; later, the Romans imported them into their circus spectacles. From the first Egyptian god, Taweret, to Obaysch, the first living hippo exhibited in the London Zoo in the nineteenth century, hippos have inspired wonder and awe."--Page 4 of cover.

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