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4 edition of Our Favourite Stories from Around the World (Longman Book Project) found in the catalog.

Our Favourite Stories from Around the World (Longman Book Project)

by Wendy Body

  • 15 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Longman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language reading schemes,
  • For National Curriculum Key Stage 1

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10652212M
    ISBN 100582335884
    ISBN 109780582335882
    OCLC/WorldCa60183300

    International Children's Digital Library. FREDERICKSBURG, VA: Read how one reference librarian in Virginia went online to the International Children's Digital Library to help a local man find books in Farsi that he could read to his children. This librarian shared, "Our [local] library could never afford to purchase the more than 4, children's books available free in languages from.   All the children he photographed in his book, Toy Stories: Photos of Children From Around the World and Their Favorite Things, are somehow connected to .

      This is the first of French's popular Dublin Murder Squad, and it’s twisty and unpredictable. The story has two primary threads: one revolves around a psychopath, the other around a supernatural disturbance, and you'll want to talk about both. I would love to visit Ireland, but this is a far cry from a beautiful, scenic novel: I'm hoping for a lot less crime and gore on my visit.   These stories are collected from around the world, but they all have one thing in common: they'll make you want to sleep with the lights on tonight. by .

      GABRIELE GALIMBERTI is a photographer whose work has appeared in Newsweek, Le Monde, and Vanity Fair, among other , he finished an eighteen-month photography trip around the world. His photographs and stories have led to partnerships with illy and and have appeared in slideshows on Slate. No matter where he currently rests his Reviews: Our 10 Favorite Monsters. By Benjamin Radford 01 March Mythologies from around the world include stories of strange and terrifying creatures, including the half-bull, half-human Minotaur.


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Our Favourite Stories from Around the World (Longman Book Project) by Wendy Body Download PDF EPUB FB2

Children Just Like Me: Our Favorite Stories from Around the World provides a cheery trip around the world through folk tales. This book reaches out to the broad audience that kept Children Just Like Me: In Association with UNICEF, the earlier title in the series, on bestseller lists for six months.

This beautiful follow-up retells the favorite stories of 10 of the kids featured in the first volume.5/5(4). This book was part of the read alouds in our P4/5 Curriculum from Sonlight. As with any story book, you will not necessarily like them all, but I did enjoy the majority of the stories in this book.

It is fun to see different folk tales from around the world and compare them to each other/5. Get this from a library. Our favorite stories from around the world. [Jamila Gavin; Amanda Hall; Barnabus Kindersley] -- Provides a cheery trip around the world through folk tales.

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There are stories from different cultures, and she loves picking stories from the map on the inside cover. The artwork is also beautiful. Asia is the world's largest continent. A place with unique cultural heritage, Asia is home to more than billion people, making it the most populous continent on Earth.

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Not only do they inspire our travels, they teach us about other cultures and far away lands. These books encourage children to use their imaginations and make connections, hopefully realizing they never need to leave the comfort of home to learn about. Favourite line from the book: “In the time between the two wars, a British colonial officer said that with the invention of the airplane the world has no secrets left.

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