Jack's Granny is sick with a bad case of the moozles! And the only cure is the fruit of the fantastic flumflum tree which grows on the faraway Isle of Blowyernose. It's a perilous journey, but Jack bravely sets sail, with a motley crew of only three -- and a large patchwork sack that Granny has filled with an odd assortment of items from chewing-gum to tent pegs. But what use will they be against hungry sharks, a leaky boat and a thieving monkey? Follow Jack across the ocean in this irresistible story from the creators of TYRANNOSAURUS DRIP and THE TROLL.
When everyone has left the house in the morning, the bath toys spring into action and head off on exciting adventures in their magical flying bath! From giving a muddy piglet a shower to putting out a fire for a frightened baboon, they have water at the ready for any emergency - but they're always home for the children's bathtime at the end of the day. The simple rhyming speech-bubble text is great to read aloud, and perfect for developing reading confidence. Richly detailed, sumptuous artwork completes this irresistible book for young readers. The Flying Bath is A playful and adventurous story from Julia Donaldson and David Roberts, the creators of Tyrannosaurus Drip, The Troll and Jack and the Flumflum Tree.
When Jack and Annie got back from their adventure in Magic Tree House #52: Soccer on Sunday, they had lots of questions. How did soccer get started? Who are some of its greatest players? What is the World Cup? Find out the answers to these questions and more as Jack and Annie track the facts behind one of the world's most popular sports. Filled with up-to-date information, photos, illustrations, and fun tidbits from Jack and Annie, the Magic Tree House Fact Trackers are the perfect way for kids to find out more about the topics they discovered in their favorite Magic Tree House adventures.
When Jack and Annie got back from their adventure in Magic Tree House #51, they had lots of questions. How did Florence Nightingale change nursing? Who helped women get the vote? What was Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, dream? How did Gandhi change the world? Find out the answers to these questions and more as Jack and Annie track the facts behind six amazing people who have changed history. Includes Florence Nightingale, Martin Luther King, Jr., Gandhi, Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, and John Muir. Filled with up-to-date information, photos, illustrations, and fun tidbits from Jack and Annie, the Magic Tree House Fact Trackers are the perfect way for kids to find out more about the topics they discovered in their favorite Magic Tree House adventures. And teachers can use Fact Trackers alongside their Magic Tree House fiction companions to meet common core text pairing needs.
Fans of Mary Pope Osborne's mega bestselling Magic Tree House series will love to keep their own notebook--just like Jack and Annie! This fun, full-color journal is filled with lists of things Jack and Annie have found in Frog Creek--such as squirrels, ladybugs, dandelions, and spiderwebs; places they've been in the world; and ideas for fun activities, along with plenty of space for kids to write their own lists. Includes a sticker sheet for kids to decorate their lists and highlight their favorites.
Herman Melville (1819 - 1891) was an American poet and novelist of the American Renaissance, best known for his allusive adventure novel "Moby-Dick." Mysterious and unpredictable, the "Pierre: or, The Ambiguities" contains all the good and intriguing features of the Gothic fiction genre. "The Apple-Tree Table and Other Sketches" is a wonderful collection of the author's short stories, such as "Jimmy Rose," "The Happy Failure," "The 'Gees," and of course "The Apple-Tree Table" itself.
Herman Melville (1819 — 1891) was an American poet and novelist of the American Renaissance, best known for his allusive adventure novel "Moby-Dick." Mysterious and unpredictable, the "Pierre: or, The Ambiguities" contains all the good and intriguing features of the Gothic fiction genre. "The Apple-Tree Table and Other Sketches" is a wonderful collection of the author's short stories, such as "Jimmy Rose," "The Happy Failure," "The 'Gees," and of course "The Apple-Tree Table" itself.
Mary Pope Osborne perfectly blends fantasy, adventure, and history in this paperback edition of the bestselling Magic Tree House chapter book. Jack and Annie have a new mission to help save the life of Merlin's beloved baby penguin, Penny: They must travel in the magic tree house to Abraham Lincoln and get a special feather from him! But when they visit the White House in 1861, they find the new president overwhelmed by his busy schedule as he tries to save a divided nation. A magic potion and a wish instantly transport Jack and Annie to a mysterious woods. Are these the same woods where Abraham Lincoln takes his daily horse ride? If so, can a ragged orphan named Sam help them find Abe? Or will Jack and Annie have to give all their strength and time to helping Sam instead? It's a race against time as Jack and Annie try to do the right thing and help a new friend--and still save a president, a troubled nation, and Penny, as well!
Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) was an English novelist and poet. The wonderful story of the romantic entanglement between church musician, Dick Dewey, and the attractive new school mistress, Fancy Day. "Under the Greenwood Tree" is one of Thomas Hardy's most gentle and pastoral novels.
Magic Tree House Fact Tracker #12: Sabertooths and the Ice Age
After leaving the safe but stifling confines of Fabletown for the cruel and dream-crushing streets of Hollywood, the incomparable Jack Horner (a.k.a. Jack B. Nimble, a.k.a. Jack the Giant Killer, a.k.a. Jack of the Tales) found unprecedented fame and fortune by cashing in on his own overly embellished legend—only to have it all taken away by the unforgiving enforcers of Fabletown’s laws. Now, stripped of his wealth and forced into exile, Jack must return to his roots as a wandering ne’er-do-well, chasing after easy money and easier women. But upon hitting the open road, it soon becomes clear that the Mundane world boasts dangers the likes of which even this most experienced and charming of rogues has never faced before.
This new adventure with Red Knit Cap Girl and her friends uses simple prose and radiant illustrations to shine a light on the joy of reading and the importance of working together. One day Red Knit Cap Girl and her friends discover a hollow tree in the middle of the forest. What can be done with one ordinary tree? 'I will keep my book in this nook so everyone can read it,' Red Knit Cap Girl says. But the tree isn't only for books. Little by little, one by one, the animals share their unique gifts and turn the ordinary tree into a special spot for everyone to enjoy!
Часы круглые из пластика. Palm tree in the sea. Sun is shining. Wonderful weather, beautiful landscape. Warm memories of the beautiful journey and the bright summer
Magic Tree House #51: High Time for Heroes features Jack and Annie back in Egypt, still seeking the secrets of greatness for Merlin. This time they will meet the great nurse, Florence Nightingale, on her trip to Egypt that served as the inspiration for the choices that made her both famous and beloved. The Magic Tree House books, with their fiction and nonfiction titles, are perfect for parents and teachers just starting to get into the "Core Curriculum." With a blend of magic, adventure, history, science, danger, and cuteness, the topics range from kid pleasers (pirates, the Titanic, pandas) to curriculum perfect (rain forest, American Revolution, Abraham Lincoln) to seasonal shoe-ins (Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving). There is truly something for everyone here.