Neusprachliche Mitteilungen Aus Wissenschaft Und Praxis

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... Theory and Criti- cism of the Short Story with a Special Focus on the Short
Story in Britain«. Ein Personen- und Sachindex rundet das Werk ab. Gerade der
Anthologie-Teil sowie die kommentierte Bibliographie machen das Buch nicht
nur für Studierende der Anglistik, sondern auch für Lehrerinnen und Lehrer
interessant. Liesel Hermes (Karlsruhe) Rosa-Maria Wagner: Englisch lernen mit
Benjamin Blümchen für Kinder Int Vor- und Grundschulalter. Ismaning: Hueber
Verlag, 2002.

Angelina Ballerina

Author: Katharine Holabird
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0718194144
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Her parents, Mr and Mrs Mouseling, are in despair - but then they think of a plan. They decide it's time for Angelina to go to ballet school - she works hard for years and years until she becomes the famous ballerina Mademoiselle Angelina!

The Gruffalo S Child

Author: Julia Donaldson
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1509804765
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This edition features the classic story with a stunning redesigned cover and beautiful finish, making it a must-have addition to the bookshelves of all Donaldson and Scheffler fans - big and small!Also available with redesigned covers are ...

The One Dollar Horse

Author: Lauren St John
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 144400378X
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A thriller set in the equestrian world about making the impossible possible, about reaching the top on a one dollar horse.

More Nursery Rhymes

Author: Lucy Cousins
Publisher: Campbell Books
ISBN: 9780333783368
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This is a selection of teacher-friendly rhymes, traditional in origin and brightly illustrated.

One Two Three Me

Author: Jeremy Fitzkee
Publisher: Viking Childrens Books
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Unexpected rhymes such as half/giraffe and towel/owl show the silly sounds of everyday words.