Shooting Kabul N.J.Senzai
The crimson thread Suzanne Weyn
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See our FEATURE BOOKS for Term 4.
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First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg
PYP ATTITUDES – confidence and risk -takers
The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear and ill. Anne Mortimor
Hear this story begin read here.
“In this beautifully illustrated edition of the beloved nonsense poem by Edward Lear, Anne Mortimer takes the reader on the delightful voyage of the Owl and the Pussycat as they sail across the sea and travel into lush jungles, all by the light of the moon. Filled with rich detail and breathtaking artwork, this is a glowing tribute to the power of true love.”
Extract of a review by
Kirsten Cutler, Sonoma Library, CA
The Lighthouse Keeper’s Surprise by Ronda & David Armitage
“Hamish, the lighthouse cat, is stuck up a tree far away from his cosy lighthouse home. And Mr Grinling and his great-nephew, George, are stuck in the lighthouse on Christmas Eve| Find out if they all get home safely in these two delightful Lighthouse Keeper sories, now in one handy B-format bind-up.”
Review from Boomerang Books