|Title:||Old Tom's Guide to Being Good (Young Puffin Confident Readers)|
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|ePUB size:||1700 kb|
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|Publisher:||Puffin Books (January 28, 1999)|
Start by marking Old Tom's Guide to Being Good as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. When Angela receives a surprise invitation to the Queen& afternoon tea party, she has to make sure that Old Tom behaves. With her trusty Guide To Being Good, Old Tom ends up surprising everyone! A fourth hilarious Old Tom adventure.
With her trusty Guide To Being Good, Ol. .Home All Categories Children's Books Children's Humor Books Old Tom's Guide to Being Good. ISBN13: 9780786856947. Old Tom's Guide to Being Good. Part of the Old Tom Series).
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View on the Mobile Site. Old Tom's Guide to Being Good ~~ Leigh Hobbs. When Angela Throgmorton is invited to tea with the queen, she brushes up on her manners and insists that her rebellious cat, Old Tom, do the same. By the author of Old Tom Goes to Mars. What Readers Are Saying.
Please note this book is over 20 years old. It will therefore have tanned pages, age spots and plenty of shelf wear. However, for its age it is still very useable, and a great read. Please note this is a damaged book. The condition of this book is as stated above, however this book is slightly damaged in some way. Typically a grazed corner or torn cover. If you are looking for a fun and easy read for young children this is a good one. My 6 year old read it easily and enjoyed it. The story is fun and moves along fairly well so the child isnt bored. Small book but useful to get kids reading - also I found it was equally appealing to boys and girls.
Old Tom's Guide to Being Good. Leigh Hobbs is the bestselling author of more than 20 books, including the iconic Old Tom, Mr Chicken goes to Paris and Horrible Harriet. Mr Chicken goes to Paris was shortlisted for the 2010 Prime Minister's Literary awards and has been a constant best seller at the Louvre Museum Bookshop in Paris. Old Tom has been adapted into an extremely popular TV series. Leigh Hobbs was the Australian Children's Laureate for 2016-17. The Friday Pitch: Books for children & young adults. The Friday Pitch: New Zealand submissions. Academic Submission Guidelines.
Puffin began in England in 1941 when Allen Lane, publisher of Penguin Books, and Noel Carrington, a publisher of natural history books, teamed up to produce the first line of quality paperbacks for children. Puffin USA didn’t get its start until 1978, when Penguin acquired Viking Kestrel and Viking’s paperback line, Seafarer Books. Eileen Kreit was a long standing member of the Penguin Young Readers Group before joining Puffin as Vice President and Publisher in February 2004. She began her career at Penguin in 1990.
YOUNG EXPLORERS 1. Tom’s Haircut. EXPPHLOORNERICS S 9780230404762 Crazy Cat and Fat Old Rat. EXPPHLOORNERICS S 9780230404779 Professor Green and the Snake. EXPPHLOORNERICS S 9780230404786 Tom’s Haircut. I S b n 978-0-230-40475-5 9 7855. Mum, Dad and Holly take Tom to the hairdresser’s, but the shop is closed. Back at home Holly decides to cut Tom’s hair, but the results are not good. They focus on how reading works, so children are able to read new texts and pronounce new words more easily.
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Do you have or teach young advanced readers? While I only taught a handful of them in the classroom setting, I know from personal friends and blog readers alike that it can be a challenge to find books for them. The struggle is real. On the one hand, you want them to have books on their reading level. While other 1st graders might be starting to read Frog and Toad, young advanced readers might devour entire chapter books in what seems like a couple of hours.