Asterix Omnibus 5

This special collectors' edition features books thirteen to fifteen in one fabulous volume.

Author: Rene Goscinny

Publisher: Asterix

ISBN: 9781444004908

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

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This special collectors' edition features books thirteen to fifteen in one fabulous volume. In ASTERIX AND THE CAULDRON, Asterix is guarding a cauldron of money when the cash disappears! He and Obelix try gladiatorial contests, theatrical performances, even bank robbery to regain the money. Chief Huevos y Bacon's son is taken hostage in ASTERIX IN SPAIN. Asterix and Obelix go to his rescue, but taking him home means tangling with the tourist industry, flamenco, and a wild aurochs in the bullring! In ASTERIX AND THE ROMAN AGENT, Caesar sends Agent Tortuous Convolvulus to make the Gauls suspect each other of teachery! Can Asterix and friends outwit the wily Convolvulus? There is no better way to enjoy the antics of our indomitable hero and his friends.

Asterix Omnibus

Collects three comics on the story of Asterix the Gaul, a strong, inteligent warrior, and the adventures he has while protecting his village from the invading Romans.

Author: Albert Uderzo

Publisher: Orion Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780752891569

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 161

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Collects three comics on the story of Asterix the Gaul, a strong, inteligent warrior, and the adventures he has while protecting his village from the invading Romans.

Asterix Omnibus 11

Collection of three Asterix books.

Author: Goscinny

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Category: Astérix (Fictitious character)

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Collection of three Asterix books. In Asterix and the actress, Asterix and Obelix celebrate their joint birthday party--and some surprise guests have been invited. Asterix and the class act contains fourteen stories, including tales of the day Asterix and Obelix were born (in the middle of a village fish fight). In Asterix and the falling sky, the Gauls' one fear--that the sky may fall on their heads--looks like it might come true.

Asterix Omnibus 11

In this special collectors' edition, three great Asterix albums are collected in one fabulous volume for the first time ever.

Author: Rene Uderzo

Publisher: Asterix

ISBN: 9781444004267

Category: Fiction

Page: 176

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In this special collectors' edition, three great Asterix albums are collected in one fabulous volume for the first time ever. In ASTERIX AND THE ACTRESS, Asterix and Obelix celebrate their joint birthday party - and some surprise guests have been invitied! ASTERIX AND THE CLASS ACT contains 14 stories, including tales of the day Asterix and Obelix were born (in the middle of a village fist fight). In ASTERIX AND THE FALLING SKY, the Gauls' one fear - that the sky may fall on their heads - looks like it might come true... There is no better way to enjoy the antics of our indomitable hero and his friends.

Asterix

In ASTERIX AND THE OBELIX'S BIRTHDAY, the pair celebrate their 50th birthday with adventures around the world and well-wishes from friends including Edifis, Panacea and the pirates.

Author: René Goscinny

Publisher: Orion Children's Books

ISBN: 9781510107236

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Page: 152

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In Asterix and the Picts Asterix and Obelix rescue a mysterious Pict named MacAroon and must journey to Caledonia, now Scotland, to return him to his lady love. However, the treacherous chieftain, MacCabeus, plans to marry her and claim the throne - with the help of the Romans! In Asterix and Obelix's Birthday, the pair celebrate their 50th birthday with adventures around the world and well-wishes from friends including Edifis, Panacea and the pirates. In Asterix and the Missing Scroll, Caesar has finished writing the history of his campaigns in Gaul but his version of events don't seem quite right. Can the Gauls make sure the truth is revealed in time?

Asterix and the Chieftain s Daughter

With heartfelt thanks to Anthea Bell for her wonderful translation work on ASTERIX over the years. ... 5 Asterix Omnibus 6 Asterix Omnibus 7 Asterix Omnibus 8 Asterix Omnibus 9 Asterix Omnibus 10 (Books 28–30) Asterix Omnibus 11 (Books ...

Author: Jean-Yves Ferri

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1510107207

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

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When Adrenalin, the rebellious daughter of the great Gaulish chieftain Vercingétorix, arrives at their village, Asterix and Obelix are tasked with protecting her from the Romans chasing her. This is easier said than done though, as Adrenalin is desperate to escape! Follow our favourite heroes as they try and reach Adrenalin before the Romans do. With trademark jokes and chaotic fight scenes, the latest instalment in this best-selling series is sure to entertain new and old fans alike.

Asterix and the Missing Scroll

... 34 Asterix and Obelix's Birthday – Asterix Omnibus 9 (Books 25–27) The Mansions of the Gods the Golden Book Asterix Omnibus 10 (Books 28–30) Asterix and the Laurel Wreath 35 Asterix and the Picts Asterix Omnibus 11 (Books 31–33) AN ...

Author: Jean-Yves Ferri

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 151010044X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

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Asterix, the Gaul is back for more funny, fast-paced adventure in this cheeky and energetic comic, the New York Times bestselling thirty-sixth Asterix album. Julius Caesar has finished writing the history of his campaigns in Gaul. His publisher, Libellus Blockbustus, foresees a huge success ... but there's a snag. The chapter about Caesar's defeats by the indomitable Gauls of Armorica. Cut it, Blockbustus advises, and everyone will believe that Caesar conquered all Gaul! Or will they? Newsmonger and activist Confoundtheirpolitix takes the chapter to Asterix's village. Can the Gauls make sure the truth is revealed? Multi-million selling Asterix is much loved across the world, perfect for children age 7-11 and hilarious for kids and parents alike. Following in the footsteps of Goscinny and Uderzo, the thirty-sixth Asterix album by Ferri and Conrad is a number 3 New York Times bestselling title.

Asterix Omnibus 4

In this special collectors' edition, books ten to twelve are brought together in one fabulous volume.

Author: Rene Uderzo

Publisher: Asterix

ISBN: 9781444004281

Category: Fiction

Page: 144

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In this special collectors' edition, books ten to twelve are brought together in one fabulous volume. In ASTERIX THE LEGIONARY, Obelix is in love - but the lovely Panacea is engaged to Tragicomix, a conscript in the Roman army. Asterix and Obelix must join up to resue him. In ASTERIX AND THE CHIEFTAIN'S SHIELD, Caesar plans to hold a triumph using the shield of his defeated enemy, Vercingetorix, but the shielf is missing! Romans and Gauls race to track it down. The athletes of the ancient world assemble in ASTERIX AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES. Asterix and the Gauls enter the games, but magic potion is banned! Can our friends win without it? There is no better way to enjoy the antics of our indomitable hero and his friends.

Asterix Omnibus 3

In this special collectors' edition, books seven to nine are brought together in one fabulous volume.

Author: Rene Goscinny

Publisher: Asterix

ISBN: 9781444004755

Category: Fiction

Page: 152

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In this special collectors' edition, books seven to nine are brought together in one fabulous volume. In ASTERIX AND THE BIG FIGHT, Chief Cassius Ceramix has gone over to the Roman enemy. The fight for control of the village between Vitalstatistix and his rival is bound to be a knockout. Asterix and Obelix help one little ancient British village hold out against the Roman invaders in ASTERIX IN BRITAIN. Our heroes must face fog, rain, warm beer and boiled boar with mint sauce. In ASTERIX AND THE NORMANS, can Asterix and his friends teach the Normans the meaning of fear? There is no better way to enjoy the antics of our indomitable hero and his friends.

Graphic Novels A Guide to Comic Books Manga and More 2nd Edition

11. 2016. 208pp. 978-1-61262978-0. Vol. 12. 2016. 208pp. 978-1-63236104-2. Asterix Omnibus Written by René Goscinny. Illustrated by Albert Uderzo. ... And when the trouble gets tough, there's only one Gaul for the job—Asterix!

Author: Michael Pawuk

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440851360

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 719

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Covering genres from action/adventure and fantasy to horror, science fiction, and superheroes, this guide maps the vast and expanding terrain of graphic novels, describing and organizing titles as well as providing information that will help librarians to build and balance their graphic novel collections and direct patrons to read-alikes. • Introduces users to approximately 1,000 currently popular graphic novels and manga • Organizes titles by genre, subgenre, and theme to facilitate finding read-alikes • Helps librarians build and balance their graphic novel collections

Asterix 38

Upheavals and pandemonium are definitely on the horizon!

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Publisher: Papercutz

ISBN: 9781545805695

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

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Upheavals and pandemonium are definitely on the horizon! Adrenaline, the daughter of the famous Gaulish chieftain is being hunted down by the Romans. She secretly finds refuge in the village of our indomitable Gauls - the only place in Roman-occupied Gaul that can guarantee her protection. And let's just say that having this very special teenager around will cause plenty of confusion, and not just for Obelix...

Teaching Visual Literacy in the Primary Classroom

Goscinny, R. and Uderzo, A. (2007) Asterix Omnibus Volume 1, London: Orion. ... Great Train Robbery, The (1903) Film directed by Edwin Porter, screenplay by Scott Marble and Edwin Porter, 11 minutes, released by Edison Manufacturing ...

Author: Tim Stafford

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136936777

Category: Education

Page: 192

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Teaching Visual Literacy in the Primary Classroom shows how everyday literacy sessions can be made more exciting, dynamic and effective by using a wide range of media and visual texts in the primary classroom. In addition to a wealth of practical teaching ideas, the book outlines the vital importance of visual texts and shows how children can enjoy developing essential literacy skills through studying picture books, film, television and comic books. Designed to take into account the renewed Framework for Literacy, each chapter offers a complete guide to teaching this required area of literacy. Aimed at those who want to deliver high quality and stimulating literacy sessions, each chapter contains a range of detailed practical activities and resources which can be easily implemented into existing literacy teaching with minimal preparation. In addition, each chapter gives clear, informative yet accessible insights into the theory behind visual literacy. Containing a wealth of activities, ideas and resources for teachers of both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, this book discusses how children's literacy skills can be developed and enhanced through exploring a range of innovative texts. Six chapters provide comprehensive guides to the teaching of the following media and literacy skills: picture books film and television comic books visual literacy skills genre adaptation. Teaching Visual Literacy in the Primary Classroom is an essential resource for all those who wish to find fresh and contemporary ways to teach literacy and will be useful not only to novices but also to teachers who already have experience of teaching a range of media. Students, primary school teachers, literacy co-ordinators and anyone who is passionate about giving pupils a relevant and up-to-date education will be provided with everything they need to know about teaching this new and ever-expanding area of literacy.

The Paris Metro

“The metro may be a mere hundred years old but it tells a tale of France twenty times as long. The story begins in the fifth century BC when wild Celtic tribes roamed the countryside of Gaul.

Author: Susan L. Plotkin

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9780738852485

Category: History

Page: 405

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“The metro may be a mere hundred years old but it tells a tale of France twenty times as long. The story begins in the fifth century BC when wild Celtic tribes roamed the countryside of Gaul. Then Julius Caesar imposed a Roman rule that lasted five hundred years and forced the Celts to settle down. All that seems like only yesterday to a Frenchman because those Celts and Romans are close friends to every reader of the French comic book series Asterix. Asterix and his fellow Celts live quite happily in a small, fortified enclave in Brittany in northwestern France. Their idyllic, primitive existence is occasionally intruded upon by those nasty Roman conquerors, but the Celts always manage to get the best of the Romans despite great odds… “Alésia - (Métro Line 4). The Battle of Alésia (52 BC) is the oldest event commemorated in the Paris Metro. The Celtic warrior Vercingétorix managed to unite competing tribes against the Romans in one last attempt to save Gallic independence. It was not an easy task. It was difficult to live with, let alone lead, these autonomous, quarrelsome groups. Vercingétorix planned to wage hit-and-run guerrilla warfare- to starve the Romans into defeat by destroying the crops in their path as they penetrated deeper into Gaul in pursuit of the pesky Celts. In the town of Bourges the local population refused to allow the destruction of their wheat - a fatal mistake. Caesar descended on the town and confiscated it for his hungry troops. With renewed energy the Romans gave chase. The Celts retreated to a high plateau called Alésia, where they were quickly surrounded by Caesar’s forces. “The table was now turned. Caesar built a fortification around Alésia, twelve and a half miles in circumference. It consisted of a double row of spikes, one facing inward and the other outward, which prevented both escape and the re-provisioning of the rebels. The Celts had only a month´s worth of provisions but somehow they held out for two by which time the men were famished and exhausted. Vercingétorix surrendered. Few lives had been lost in battle but countless numbers died of starvation. Vercingétorix was imprisoned in Rome where six years later when he was all but forgotten Caesar had him strangled to death… “Both the Celts who lost and the Romans who won have contributed much to French culture, so it’s a tricky thing for the French to say whether Alésia was a victory or a defeat. One thing is clear: in real life, the Celts did not always win. “In the end, it was most likely the mountains of horse manure that gave birth to the Paris Metro. During the last quarter of the 19th century, Paris did not lack the means of transport. What it patently lacked was a transportation system. There were competing omnibus lines, trams, trains and private conveyances, all overlapping, most taking roundabout routes throughout the city, hindering one another and certainly hindering business. “Forty lines of horse-drawn omnibuses traversed Paris in 1870 and ten thousand horses were required to pull them. The maintenance of the horses ate up fifty percent of the entire company budget. Each omnibus held about 20 passengers, half of them riding on top of the carriage. By the turn of the century the omnibuses carried as many as forty people each, still with many sitting on the carriage roof. The roads were made of cobblestones or wood planks or sometimes just hardened mud; there were no shock absorbers on the carriages; and the stench from the horse manure was overwhelming. One hundred million passengers used the omnibuses that year, probably half of them holding perfumed handkerchiefs to their noses to ward off the stench.”

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Omnibus

... Who Translating Whom Competition 10 The Classical Continuum I. Symbol and Sign William B. Thompson 11 Latin and Greek ... Richard Seaford 26 Dido and Aeneas : Asterix on Omnibus Competitions back cover Plans for OMNIBUS 3 back cover ...

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Whitaker s Book List

I.tabs . pbk £ 4.90 H.M.S.O. ( 2.90 ) Edu 0 11 493513 0 Assessment of Alternative Colliery Spoil Disposal Options ... III . pok £ 3.25 Hodder : Nelson ( 1.90 ) Lang 0 340 50035 2 Asterix Omnibus , Bumper ( Goscinny & Uderzo ) Tr.fr.

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Stories Pictures and Reality

4–0, with much laughter, Teddy Robinson's Omnibus). Five Dolls and later Alice ... The puns and the catchphrases in the Asterix series were a shared delight to the two children between 5–10 and 11–0 (Ralph), with Rebecca 9–1 and up.

Author: Virginia Lowe

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134153279

Category: Education

Page: 208

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Stories, Pictures and Reality follows two children as they work out the reality status of stories and pictures, with a daily parent-observer record from the birth of the first child until the second is eight, a span of eleven years in all. Together these children pick through the meaning of stories and the motivations of the characters they discover in this unique first-hand description of the discernment that children bring to books from an early age, full of revealing quotes that tell us a great deal about the cognitive development of our young readers: "It’s a joke 'cause it couldn’t really have happened", "I’ll tell you what's pretend: Batman, Robin, Superman, pirates, cowboys and Indians". "Pussy cats don’t fly kites!", "The man who drawed it was wrong". In analysis this longitudinal study shows that children have more insight and understanding than they are often given credit for and that they approach subjects that puzzle the most sophisticated of thinkers with an elegant simplicity beyond the expectations of conventional psychologists and children’s literature commentators. This book urges readers, especially practitioners and academics, to afford greater respect to what young children are capable of in this area.