Suspense and Obscurity
Fitness and Nutrition
by Janet Stott-Thornton.
by Janet Stott-Thornton. 05 lbs. Dimensions:0. Age Range:4 to 8 years. Grade Range:Preschool to Grade 3. Related Subjects.
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Library descriptions. Monkey learns that fire isn't always a friend.
That crime had been committed was certain. The bullet, which appeared tohave come from a small pistol or revolver, had been fired from somelittle distance, as there was no scorching of the clothes. No weapon wasfound in the compartment (which finally disposed of the theory ofsuicide), nor was there any sign of the brown leather bag which theguard had seen in the hand of the tall gentleman.
Janet Stott-Thornton. The Story of Amy Johnson: Pioneering Woman Aviator (Literacy 2000 Stage 8). Janet Stott-Thornton. Shadows (Literacy 2000 Satellites: Stage 2).
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What others are saying. What others are saying. Three Africa themed books - I lost my tooth in Africa, My Father's Shop Galimoto + craft to make your own galimoto. Fire on the Mountain (Aladdin Picture Books): Jane Kurtz, E. Interview with Author Jane Kurtz on African Stories - Redeemed Reader. Sense Pass King, a story from Cameroon retold by Karin Tchana, illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman - very clever gal, very fun story! (one of our fave Kids' Books About Awesome Girls). It is important for children (and anyone who walks into a library) to find books and information relevant to their unique background and circumstances.
This series of old, old, well-loved stories from Africa in large print was specially designed to appeal to younger readers. This series is suitable for reading aloud and self-reading and the art of African story-telling will be enjoyed by all. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
John K. Thornton is an American historian specializing in the history of Africa, the African Diaspora and the Atlantic world. He is a professor in the history department at Boston University. Thornton was born 3 May 1949 in Fort Monroe, Virginia. His father, Col. Robert L. Thornton, was then serving in the US Air Force, eventually becoming a professor of Business Administration at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.