|Title:||Mary Bachelor's Every Day Book: Stories from Every Age and Continent to Take You Through Each Day of the Year|
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|ePUB size:||1433 kb|
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|Publisher:||Highland Books; 3rd edition (November 24, 2000)|
Books by Mary Batchelor. The Children's Bible in 365 Stories. Publisher: Lion Hudson PLC. ISBN: 0745913334. Mary Bachelor's Everyday Book: Stories from Every Age and Continent to Take You Through Each Day of the Year. Publisher: Highland Books.
Popular children's author Mary Batchelor retells old favourites as well as significant lesser-known stories. Evocative illustrations by John Haysom reflect the mood and content of each story. Words and pictures combine to make a classic which millions have already enjoyed. Idea This best-selling children's Bible includes all the great stories of the Old and New Testaments. Popular children's author Mary Batchelor retells old favourites as well as significant lesser-known stories. Ideal for a child to read alone or for an adult and child to read together through the year. This is the book that introduced me to the Bible at age five. It's gorgeously illustrated via paintings that don't seem to fade from my memory even after all these years. Bought this on a whim and was transported to my childhood instantly.
5 Mary: I usually (go) by car too. Jack (take) me because he (pass) my office on his way to the factory. But this week he (work) in a factory in the opposite direction: so I (queue) like you. 6 Peter: Here’s a 9 now. You (come) on it or you (wait) for a 14? Mary: I (think) I’ll take the 9. If I (wait) for a 14 I may be late, and if you (be) late at my office everyone (look) at you. 7 Mary and Ann (wait) outside a telephone box. Inside the box a boy (dial) a number. Mary: You (know) that boy? Ann: Yes, he’s a friend of my brother’s. He (phone) his girl friend - every day from this box. 8 Mary:. 35 This is a story about an invalid who (spend) most of the day in bed. He has a powerful telescope and he (amuse) himself by watching the activities of the people in the opposite houses. One day when he (watch) No. 24 he (see) a murder being committed.
Last Saturday my fathe. .take) my friends and me to the circus. W.(see) lots of things. eat) the popcorn an. drink) the orange juice (laugh) at the funny clowns. The lion. do) tricks; the. jump) through hoops. Benjamin Franklin was born in Boston in 1706. He was the fifteenth of the seventeen children of a poor candlemaker. He went to school only one year. He began to work when he was twelve. At the age of fourteen he decided to be a writer. He copied the great stories of famous writers and later he became the best known writer in his time. When he was seventeen, he left Boston and arrived in Philadelphia with only a few pennies in his pocket.
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