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ISBN:0744516110
Author: Penny Dale
ISBN13: 978-0744516111
Title: Bet You Can't! (Green - Dialogue) (Reading Time)
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Language: English
Publisher: Walker Books; New Ed edition (February 22, 1990)
Pages: 32

Bet You Can't! (Green - Dialogue) (Reading Time) by Penny Dale



Personal Name: Dale, Penny, 1954-. Publication, Distribution, et. London Walker reading time. Rubrics: Contests Fiction.

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Books by Penny Dale, Ten in the Bed, Bet you can't, All about Alice, The elephant tree, Wake Up Mr. B!, Daisy Rabbit's tree house, Ten out of bed, Princess, Princess. September 2, 2008 History.

The story concerns a brother and sister who must pick up their toys at bedtime, but are hindered by the usual sibling animosity. In American spoken English, admonition is expressed by the half-sung pattern do-mi-la-so. Such utterances appear 10 times in this book. Bet I ca. "Bet we can't. Bet we ca. ) Children will enjoy taking turns playing C-E-A-G on a musical instrument

When Penny was very small, she found her parents' folios from a time when they both went to life drawing classes in London. She remembers being immensely impressed by their drawing, and even though she was very young, she knew she wanted to draw like that one day. At her junior school she was encouraged to draw pictures to complement written work, and this she loved, though this was not encouraged later on at secondary school, which she found disappointing.

Penny Dale was born in Abbey Road near The Beatles' Studio, but grew up in Ottery St Mary. Her first school was so small that all the children were in one classroom, and even that wasn't full. She drew and made things all the time and her dad showed her how to use a hammer properly, something she's still proud of. She made plasticine models of everything she could think of. When Penny was very small, she found her parents' folios from a time when they both went to life drawing classes in London  . Her books have met with great success: Bet You Can't and Once There Were Giants were included in the UK SATS booklist for many years. Wake Up Mr B! was commended for the Kate Greenaway Medal 1988.

How much time should I spend teaching reading? It’s a common question with a somewhat surprising answer. Here’s Rachel to explai. ow Much Time Should You Spend on Reading? All About Reading lessons are designed so that you can work at your student’s pace. Here are three simple guidelines to follow. What if you can’t finish a whole lesson in one sitting? No worries–this next tip is for you. Lessons often take more than one day to complete.

Sujon: I am also fine. I am happy that we have finally met together after all these years. Akhi: Yes, a long time have passed. Why are you in this railway station? Sujon: I am going to Sylhet. Akhi: Sylhet! I knew that your. Dialogue between Two Friends Who Met After Long Time. Sujon: Hello, Akhi! How are you?

It is bedtime, and a girl is tidying a tremendous mess of toys into a great pile in a laundry basket. Her brother dares her to lift the basket high above her head, which she succeeds in doing. Then he has a try, and fails, dropping the basket and scattering the toys all over the place. This starts a sequence of challenges between the two children. There are some things the boy can do and some things the girl can do. Penny Dale's other books include "The Stopwatch", "Ten in the Bed" and "Wake Mr B!".
Reviews: 3
Roram
I was looking for some books to donate to a new multi-cultural library that has just open locally and I was lucky to find this gem of a book in a thrift shop and portrays two biracial children having fun together.

A little boy comes across his sister tidying up her toys into a basket, he asks her why she is tidying up and she tells him it is because it is time for bed so their toys have to be put away.

The little boy then bets her that she can't lift the basket up and she of course takes up his bet and what follows is delightful romp through several colourful pages as the children try to out do each other with bets culminating in the basket of toys ending up scattered across the room and the exasperated sister trying to hide in the basket to get away from her brother.

This is smashing little book for children who have just started to read for themselves or for parents who want an easy read with their children at bedtime.

Delightful.
skriper
The story concerns a brother and sister who must pick up their toys at bedtime, but are hindered by the usual sibling animosity.
In American spoken English, admonition is expressed by the half-sung pattern do-mi-la-so. Such utterances appear 10 times in this book. ("Bet you can't." "Bet I can." "Bet we can't." "Bet we can.") Children will enjoy taking turns playing C-E-A-G on a musical instrument.
Oh, one more thing: The entire text is written in comic strip balloons--just in case you disapprove of that sort of thing.
Cktiell
This book is about two kids cleaning up. They get into a competition over who can pick up the toy basket. Then they try to fit both kids in the basket. At last, they both clean up. This is a good book because it teaches kids to get along.