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by June Melser,Joy Cowley,Deirdre Gardiner
Pages: 16 pages
Publisher: Shortland Publications (1980)
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One Cold Wet Night book. The Story Box Level One Emergent Small Book. Story based on a traditional rhyme by June Melser and Joy Cowley. Illustrated by Deirdre Gardiner. Shortland Publications.
One Cold Wet Night book. One Cold Wet Night (The Story Box: A Read-Together Book) . One cold wet night, the farmer got out of bed, and went outside. the horse jumped into the bed, and said, "I'm going to be warm t One Cold Wet Night (The Story Box: A Read-Together Book).
The Story Box Read-Togethers, Set B. English. By (author) Joy Cowley, By (author) June Melser. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Alan hadn’t looked; she was right.
Do you remember the tim. ’ Alan would say, and Alice would listen, wide-eyed, smiling, chipping in with a detail or two when he forgot. Their stories were like other people’s photograph albums or the family silver, kept in a glass cupboard and taken out for polishing every now and then. They reminded Alan and Alice who they were. Alan hadn’t looked; she was right. He had been putting the job off because it was so easy there would be no fun in it.
The night we first me. He laughed. Despite the mild night, Alan shivered and pulled his jacket close. But they don’t fit together. They have only fitted together because you have rammed one into the other with a make-up brush. ‘For crying out loud!’
The night we first me. And then the face was gone. The noise stopped,’ called Alice. ‘For crying out loud!’
1980 The Story Box Read-Together Level Emergent Books - Hairy Bear (P) Story by Joy Cowley, Illustrations by Deirdre Gardiner ISBN-13: 9780868670430 Pages: 16 . 5"x7.
1980 The Story Box Read-Together Level Emergent Books - Hairy Bear (P) Story by Joy Cowley, Illustrations by Deirdre Gardiner ISBN-13: 9780868670430 Pages: 16 . This book is inappropriate for children, or at least my 5 year old. It's a rhyming story about bears who think they are being robbed and how they will attack the potential robbers from taking all of their money. Didnt allow my son to read past the first page. Apparently the "robbers" are the bear cubs raiding the fridge. Would be cute if the robbers would have been, i dont know, anything less scary for a child.
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And I want some candy; I think a box of chocolates. And all that night he lay there, A prey to hopes and fears. I think that’s him a-coming now.
King John’s Christmas. And I want some candy; I think a box of chocolates. (Anxiety bedewed his brow. He’ll bring one present, anyhow-. The first I’ve had for years. Forget about the crackers, And forget about the candy; I’m sure a box of chocolates. Would never come in handy; I don’t like oranges
The children assembled first, of course. They stood together, away from the pile of stones in the corner, and their jokes were quiet and they smiled rather than laughed
The children assembled first, of course. School was recently over for the summer, and the feeling of liberty sat uneasily on most of them; they tended to gather together quietly for a while before they broke into boisterous play, and their talk was still of the classroom and the teacher, of books and reprimands. They stood together, away from the pile of stones in the corner, and their jokes were quiet and they smiled rather than laughed. The women, wearing faded house dresses and sweaters, came shortly after their menfolk. They greeted one another and exchanged bits of gossip as they went to join their husbands.