You Can t Take An Elephant On the Bus

This riotous picture book is filled with animals causing total disaster as they try to travel in the most unsuitable vehicles. A real romp of a book, with hilarious rhyming text and spectacular illustrations.

Author: Patricia Cleveland-Peck

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 140884981X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 941

You can't take an elephant on the bus ... It would simply cause a terrible fuss! Elephants' bottoms are heavy and fat and would certainly squash the seats quite flat. Never put a camel in a sailing boat, or a tiger on a train, and don't even THINK about asking a whale to ride a bike ... This riotous picture book is filled with animals causing total disaster as they try to travel in the most unsuitable vehicles. A real romp of a book, with hilarious rhyming text and spectacular illustrations.

You Can t Call an Elephant in an Emergency

Find out why in this hilarious picture book filled with the most unlikely rescue attempts. The brilliant new book from the creators of the bestselling You Can't Take an Elephant on the Bus and You Can't Let an Elephant Drive a Digger.

Author: Patricia Cleveland-Peck

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408880628

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 323

An elephant firefighter? A traffic cop sloth? A paramedic chimpanzee? What a catastrophe! In case of emergency, you'd do best to avoid ALL of these creatures. Find out why in this hilarious picture book filled with the most unlikely rescue attempts. The brilliant new book from the creators of the bestselling You Can't Take an Elephant on the Bus and You Can't Let an Elephant Drive a Digger. It's bursting with all sorts of emergency vehicles and crazy creatures. Nee-nar! Nee-nar!


You Can t Let an Elephant Drive a Digger

Elephants driving diggers?

Author: Patricia Cleveland-Peck

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408879158

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 200

Elephants driving diggers? Gorillas on scooters? A shark in the bath? A kangaroo ... on the loo? Join in with the fun as an array of improbable creatures tries to be helpful (with hilarious consequences) in this laugh-out-loud picture book. The brilliant follow-up to the bestselling You Can't Take an Elephant on the Bus. This eBook comes with a glorious audio accompaniment, read by CBeebies star Justin Fletcher.

The Story of Tutankhamun

Prepare to be amazed as you uncover the story of the most famous boy king, and a world-changing discovery.

Author: Patricia Cleveland-Peck

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1526630567

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 696

Nominated for the CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Children's Book Awards 2018. Uncover the true story of an Egyptian king, and the 20th century explorer who found him. Discover the troubles Tutankhamun faced as a young king, his untimely death, and his legacy, which lay hidden for centuries. Pore over his treasures, learn the steps of mummification, and see Tutankhamun's fascinating story bought to life. Travel through history with Howard Carter, on his quest to uncover Tutankhamun's hidden tomb, his incredible discovery, and our continued hunt to understand and unearth the riches of Ancient Egyptian life. Prepare to be amazed as you uncover the story of the most famous boy king, and a world-changing discovery.

Pumpkin Power A Bloomsbury Young Reader

A fun re-imagining of a classic story, ideal for children practising their reading at home or in school. You've probably heard the story of Cinderella; how her father married for the second time and how his wife was a nasty, mean woman.

Author: Patricia Cleveland-Peck

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1472969537

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 737

A fun re-imagining of a classic story, ideal for children practising their reading at home or in school. You've probably heard the story of Cinderella; how her father married for the second time and how his wife was a nasty, mean woman. But did you know Cinderella had a friend called Perkin who worked in the garden? She wasn't the only one the fairy godmother helped. You see, it all started with seven, big seeds... This magical retelling of a classic fairytale from bestselling author Patricia Cleveland-Peck is perfect for children who are learning to read by themselves and for Key Stage 1. It features magical illustrations from Hannah Marks and quirky characters young readers will find hard to resist. Bloomsbury Young Readers are the perfect way to get children reading, with book-banded stories by brilliant authors like Julia Donaldson. They are packed with gorgeous colour illustrations and include inside cover notes to help adults reading with children, as well as ideas for activities related to the stories. 'Every child needs a Bloomsbury Young Reader. Fun, stretching, just the right length, full of adventurous vocabulary and punctuation.' (Julie-Ann McCulloch, Teacher) Book Band: Gold Ideal for ages 6+

What Makes Me A Me

Who am I? I ask myself. What makes me a ME? I think hard with all my might, And look around to see. What makes you a you? Are you like a sports car – lightning fast? Or maybe you're like a tree ... Do your arms stick out like branches?

Author: Ben Faulks

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408883325

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 461

Who am I? I ask myself. What makes me a ME? I think hard with all my might, And look around to see. What makes you a you? Are you like a sports car – lightning fast? Or maybe you're like a tree ... Do your arms stick out like branches? No? Then perhaps you're like a snail – very slow (especially when it's time for school!). A funny and thought-provoking look at what makes us us, from Ben Faulks (known as Mr Bloom from CBeebies) and David Tazzyman (bestselling illustrator of You Can't Take an Elephant on the Bus). Guaranteed to feed the imagination, this celebration of being who we are is perfect for inquisitive (and inventive!) little minds. This eBook comes with a glorious audio accompaniment, read by CBeebies star Justin Fletcher.

Jelly Boots Smelly Boots

But here's what I'm tellin' Helen: 'Don't SIT on your melon, Helen!' Filled with colour illustrations and packed with silly rhymes, witty wordplay and thought-provoking story poems, this collection will delight children of all ages.

Author: Michael Rosen

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 140888559X

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 128

View: 190

A riotous celebration of words – silly words, funny words, words you only use in your own family, new words, old words, and the very best words in the right order. Melon Melon squashy, melon sloshy. My friend Helen's eating melon. So far, so good with Helen and her melon. But here's what I'm tellin' Helen: 'Don't SIT on your melon, Helen!' Filled with colour illustrations and packed with silly rhymes, witty wordplay and thought-provoking story poems, this collection will delight children of all ages. Michael Rosen is the bestselling author of We're Going on a Bear Hunt, along with many other picture books and collections of poetry.

The Naughty Naughty Baddies

WHAT will the Queen do when she sees her spotless Little Doggy Woof-Woof? WHERE is the King sitting as they creep, creep past? (Clue: a throne of sorts.) WILL the Naughty, Naughty Baddies get away with it?

Author: Mark Sperring

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408849712

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 520

Once there were four Naughty, Naughty Baddies. And each one was as naughty as the next. They liked nothing more than being diabolically dreadful. But best of all, they loved creeping ... When Four suggests a cunning plan to STEAL all the spots off the Queen's Little Doggy Woof-Woof, they all grin fiendishly and chuckle evilly as they creep, creep, creep ... WHAT will the Queen do when she sees her spotless Little Doggy Woof-Woof? WHERE is the King sitting as they creep, creep past? (Clue: a throne of sorts.) WILL the Naughty, Naughty Baddies get away with it? A very funny, deliciously naughty story that will have children and adults alike laughing with glee. From the bestselling pen of Mark Sperring and the bestselling brush of David Tazzyman. This eBook comes with a glorious audio accompaniment, read by CBeebies star Justin Fletcher.

Macca the Alpaca

Macca the Alpaca is the alpaca-llama mashup of the year! Perfect for fans of Oi, Frog! and You Can't Take an Elephant on the Bus. Macca is an alpaca. He loves splashing in puddles, and he gives the very best cuddles. Harmer is a llama.

Author: Matt Cosgrove

Publisher: Scholastic UK

ISBN: 1407195565

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 465

Macca the Alpaca is the alpaca-llama mashup of the year! Perfect for fans of Oi, Frog! and You Can't Take an Elephant on the Bus. Macca is an alpaca. He loves splashing in puddles, and he gives the very best cuddles. Harmer is a llama. He's tall, strong and woolly, but he's also a BIG BULLY. When a friendly alpaca comes face-to-face with a meanie llama, he soon realises that LLAMA DRAMA lies ahead. But, who knows, perhaps the differences that separate the two will be exactly what brings them together in the end. A heartwarming story of friendship, acceptance and the value of being yourself.

Punch

ce FUS " You cannot hold a Eel , except with sand ! ” | Boots and ... By some
mysterious law of Nature , which no philosopher has yet explained , the persons
who use omnibuses at ... Then that Elephant he ups and says , says he , Brave
boys !

Author: Mark Lemon

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Category: Caricatures and cartoons

Page:

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The Pet Cautionary Tales for Children and Grown ups

A laugh-out-loud cautionary tale (for children and grown-ups) written by Catherine Emmett and illustrated by David Tazzyman, bestselling illustrator of the Mr Gum series and You Can't Take an Elephant on a Bus.

Author: Catherine Emmett

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 1529073529

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 822

A laugh-out-loud cautionary tale (for children and grown-ups) written by Catherine Emmett and illustrated by David Tazzyman, bestselling illustrator of the Mr Gum series and You Can't Take an Elephant on a Bus. Digby David slammed the door, and dumped his bag upon the floor. "Daddy! I DEMAND a pet, Why have I not got one yet?" Digby David wants a pet, but not just any pet - it has to be TWICE as big as Reuben's guinea pig and even better than Lily Jean's cat. Digby David's Daddy does what he's told, and soon Digby has a guinea pig, which he loves with all his heart... for half a day. Digby demands bigger and better, Daddy's hair gets greyer and greyer, and when Digby's dog gets boring too, he insists Daddy buy him... a gorilla! A hilarious tale with a 'be careful what you wish for' message, especially if you wish for a gorilla and don't look after it properly.

Boys Life

GUS We'll pay you to take the most exciting classes anywhere* ... My dog can't
read. ... Tom Swiftie: "I feel like I've been hit by an elephant," Tom said flatly— Bry
But- tars, Moroni, Utah. ... I was only walking through a crowded school bus.

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Page: 72

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Boys' Life is the official youth magazine for the Boy Scouts of America. Published since 1911, it contains a proven mix of news, nature, sports, history, fiction, science, comics, and Scouting.

Chocolate Elephants

The People's Bus arrives first, but the passengers refuse to get on. The
Cheapobus arrives, and everyone piles in. Exitbus. EnterMunyoro and People's
Busdrivers) DRIVER 1: You can't do this to us. DRIVER 2: You want my family to
starve?

Author: Jo Dorras

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Children's stories, Zimbabwean (English)

Page: 69

View: 232

A young idealist gets her chance to be all-powerful and change the world for the better. She gets to the top, but how much good can she do up there? A play suited to school or classroom production with minimal props or sets.

Hearings

And it is entirely different when you have the bus stations , because you have one
in each city . ... You take in the whole bay area - notice I am talking to Mr .
Younger — we could add Long Beach , and we are bigger than Oakland and San
Francisco . ... What we did was change some white elephant land which they
were going to use for public housing , and which we stopped ... You cannot give
anything , according to our charter , 124 FEDERAL AIRPORT ACT
AMENDMENTS , 1959.

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

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Kenya National Assembly Official Record Hansard

Also we could use the African district councils and local urban councils to
disseminate ideas to the areas, so that the ... Of course you cannot take your car
there, the Government road to Lamu is such a narrow road that only a mule can
go through it, but you can walk down and see these places. ... We could do that if
we had buses owned by people here with scheduled times to move from Nairobi
to the national ... never been able to see a lion or even an elephant and they live
in Kenya.

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Page: 730

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The official records of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya, the House of Representatives of the Government of Kenya and the National Assembly of the Republic of Kenya.

Parliamentary Papers

Why cannot it Well , it was really a question of overwork and inability to find the
time . ... Where you have a great congestion from the ' buses and trams , as at the
" Elephant and Castle , " you do get a very large number of accidents ? -You do .

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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Category: Great Britain

Page:

View: 271


The Truth According to Arthur

From an exciting new picture book pairing – Booktrust award-winning Tim Hopgood, and internationally bestselling David Tazzyman (illustrator of the Mr Gum books by Andy Stanton).

Author: Tim Hopgood

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408864975

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 175

Arthur and The Truth are not the best of friends right now. Why? Because today Arthur did something he shouldn't have done – he rode on his big brother's bike (when his mum told him not to) and then he accidentally bumped it into Mum's car. Arthur knows he's done wrong but will he tell the truth OR will he bend it, stretch it, cover it up, hide it ... ? What would YOU do? What will Arthur do? Find out in this fresh and funny take on a common childhood predicament – to tell the truth or to tell a little fib. From an exciting new picture book pairing – Booktrust award-winning Tim Hopgood, and internationally bestselling David Tazzyman (illustrator of the Mr Gum books by Andy Stanton).

Report from the Select Committee on Transport Metropolitan Area

Why cannot it ? Well , it was really a question of overwork and inability to find the
time . I am speaking not with direct ... Where you have a great congestion from
the ' buses and trams , as at the Elephant and Castle , ” you do get a very large ...

Author: Great Britain. Select Committee on Transport

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Category: Communication and traffic

Page: 503

View: 955


African USA magazine

TRAVEL TO ZIMBABWE As you know , from last month ' s month ' s Victoria Falls
is well worth more etc . ... You Togo in the South Sahara , it is better may see
elephants cross the road and to bring lightweight clothes for ... This will give you
a areas you cannot take pictures . ... Or ly bus service with BAe 146 four season .
You ...

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Category: Africans

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