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Who Sank the Boat?

Who Sank the Boat?
Author : Pamela Allen
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2013
Category : Animals
Total pages :32
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The reader is invited to guess who causes the boat to sink when five animal friends of varying sizes decide to go for a row.

Who Sank the Boat?

Who Sank the Boat?
Author : Pamela Allen
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2008-05-09
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :129
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The reader is invited to guess who causes the boat to sink when five animal friends of varying sizes decide to go for a row.

Who Sank the Boat?

Who Sank the Boat?
Author : Pamela Allen
Publisher : Picture Puffin
Release Date : 2007
Category : Animals
Total pages :28
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Besides the sea, on Mr Peffer's place, there lived a cow, a donkey, a sheep, a pig, and a tiny little mouse. One warm sunny morning for no particular reason, they decided to go for a row in the bay . . .

Who Sank the Boat? and Other Stories

Who Sank the Boat? and Other Stories
Author : Pamela Allen
Publisher : Puffin Books
Release Date : 2016-10-31
Category :
Total pages :280
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"A beautiful collection of nine classic stories by celebrated author and illustrator Pamela Allen. Gather the children together and be captivated by this collection of classic stories by award-winning writer and illustrator Pamela Allen. Full of imagination and with moments of hilarity, this treasury contains nine popular stories by one of New Zealand and Australia's best-loved picture book creators. Inside, you will meet playful characters facing all sorts of situations. Stories included are Who Sank the Boat?, My Cat Maisie, Belinda, Alexander's Outing, Brown Bread and Honey, Daisy All-Sorts, Cuthbert's Babies, Grandpa and Thomas and Share Said the Rooster.Truly to be treasured, Who Sank the Boat? and other stories is the perfect collection to share with children, and to read over and over again."

Egg Drop

Egg Drop
Author : Mini Grey
Publisher : Knopf Books for Young Readers
Release Date : 2012-06-27
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :32
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Now for something completely different from Mini Grey! A mother hen tells her chicks about the egg that wanted to fly. “The egg was young. It didn’t know much. We tried to tell it, but of course it didn’t listen.” The egg loves looking up at the birds (yes, it has eyes). It climbs 303 steps (yes, it has legs) to the top of a very tall tower—and jumps. It feels an enormous egg rush. “Whee!” it cries. “I am flying!” But it is not flying, it is falling. Hold your tears, dear reader—there is a sunny ending for this modern-day Humpty Dumpty. Impossible to categorize, Egg Drop is Mini Grey at her zaniest.

Mr Archimedes' Bath

Mr Archimedes' Bath
Author : Pamela Allen
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2020-01-20
Category :
Total pages :32
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Every time Mr Archimedes has a bath with his friends, the water overflows. Somebody must be putting extra water in the bath. Is it Kangaroo? Or is it Goat or Wombat? Whoever it is, Mr Archimedes is going to find out.

Move Over!

Move Over!
Author : Harriet Ziefert
Publisher : Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Release Date : 2005
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
Total pages :28
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Five animal friends on a rubber raft are asked to make room so more of their friends can join them.

Bertie and the Bear

Bertie and the Bear
Author : Pamela Allen
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1983
Category : Bear
Total pages :28
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When Bertie is chased by a bear, all sorts of people chase after him and make all sorts of deafening sounds.

Just a Little Bit

Just a Little Bit
Author : Ann Tompert
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release Date : 1996-03
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :32
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When Mouse and Elephant decide to go on the seesaw, Mouse needs a lot of help from other animals before they can go up and down.

What Floats in a Moat?

What Floats in a Moat?
Author : Lynne Berry
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2013-07-09
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :48
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While trying to cross a moat, Archimedes the Goat and Skinny the Hen learn why objects sink or float. By the author of The Curious Demise of the Contrary Cat and the illustrator of Itsy-Bitsy Baby Mouse.

Essential Epidemiology

Essential Epidemiology
Author : Penny Webb,Chris Bain
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2010-12-16
Category : Medical
Total pages :129
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The new edition of this popular textbook remains a clear and practical introduction to epidemiology for students in all areas of health. By emphasising the role of epidemiology across a broad range of health monitoring and research, it gives students an understanding of the fundamental principles common to all areas of epidemiology. It also integrates the study of infectious and chronic diseases as well as public health and clinical epidemiology. Avoiding complex mathematics, it steps through the methods and potential problems underlying health data and reports, while maintaining a balance of rigour and clarity. The nuts-and-bolts of epidemiology are embedded in the wider international health perspective through recent and classical examples across different areas of health to engage students from a range of backgrounds. Concepts are illustrated with charts and graphs, and end-of-chapter questions test understanding (with answers provided). Online resources include further exercises, slides for teaching and useful weblinks.

Will the Boat Sink the Water?

Will the Boat Sink the Water?
Author : Chen Guidi,Wu Chuntao
Publisher : PublicAffairs
Release Date : 2007-04-24
Category : History
Total pages :256
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The Chinese economic miracle is happening despite, not because of, China's 900 million peasants. They are missing from the portraits of booming Shanghai, or Beijing. Many of China's underclass live under a feudalistic system unchanged since the fifteenth century. They are truly the voiceless in modern China. They are also, perhaps, the reason that China will not be able to make the great social and economic leap forward, because if it is to leap it must carry the 900 million with it. Chinese journalists Wu Chuntao and Chen Guidi returned to Wu's home province of Anhui, one of China's poorest, to undertake a three-year survey of what had happened to the peasants there, asking the question: Have the peasants been betrayed by the revolution undertaken in their name by Mao and his successors? The result is a brilliant narrative of life among the 900 million, and a vivid portrait of the petty dictators that run China's villages and counties and the consequences of their bullying despotism on the people they administer. Told principally through four dramatic narratives of paricular Anhui people, Will the Boat Sink the Water? gives voice to the unheard masses and looks beneath the gloss of the new China to find the truth of daily life for its vast population of rural poor.

Torpedoed

Torpedoed
Author : Deborah Heiligman
Publisher : Henry Holt and Company (BYR)
Release Date : 2019-10-08
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
Total pages :288
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From award-winning author Deborah Heiligman comes Torpedoed, a true account of the attack and sinking of the passenger ship SS City of Benares, which was evacuating children from England during WWII. Amid the constant rain of German bombs and the escalating violence of World War II, British parents by the thousands chose to send their children out of the country: the wealthy, independently; the poor, through a government relocation program called CORB. In September 1940, passenger liner SS City of Benares set sail for Canada with one hundred children on board. When the war ships escorting the Benares departed, a German submarine torpedoed what became known as the Children's Ship. Out of tragedy, ordinary people became heroes. This is their story. This title has Common Core connections.

1545

1545
Author : Peter Marsden
Publisher : Seaforth Publsihing
Release Date : 2019-04
Category : England
Total pages :256
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The raising of the _Mary Rose_ in 1982 was a remarkable feat of archaeology and her subsequent preservation and display at Portsmouth a triumph of technical skill and imagination. She is more than a relic, however. She has a story to tell, and her sinking in the Solent in 1545, when under attack by the French, and the reasons for it, have intrigued historians for generations. With the benefit of access to her remains, archaeologists have been able to slowly unravel the mystery of her foundering on a calm summer's day in July 1545. This new book by one of the country's leading experts on the _Mary Rose_ contains much that is published for the first time. It has the first full account of the battle in which Henry VIII's warship was sunk, and tells the stories of the English and French admirals. It examines the design and construction of the ship and how she was used, and develops themes begun when he was earlier commissioned by the Mary Rose Trust to write the multi-volume history of the ship. He shows for the first time conclusively that the French fleet arrived unexpectedly to seize the Isle of Wight and Portsmouth a day later than was once believed, that the many bodies found in the wreck reflect her at action stations, and that the ship had had an extra deck added and was therefore more unstable than was previously thought. Finally, the author makes it clear who was responsible for the loss of the _Mary Rose_, after describing what happened onboard, deck by deck, in her last moments afloat. The fascinating revelation will intrigue the general reader as well as the historian and archaeologist and the book is set to become the last word on the career of this most famous of ships.

A Bus Called Heaven

A Bus Called Heaven
Author : Bob Graham
Publisher : Candlewick Press
Release Date : 2020-11-03
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :40
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“In a story where every turn is possible, if improbable, Graham makes readers believe. High hopes and busy, vibrant artwork . . . will entice children.” — Booklist (starred review) One morning in front of Stella’s house, an abandoned bus appears, looking sad as a whale on a beach. On its front, held up with packing tape, is a hand-painted sign that says Heaven. Right away, the bus brings change to Stella’s street when people stop to talk about it instead of rushing by. “This bus could be ours,” Stella declares. With a master’s eye for finding the magic in the mundane, Bob Graham creates an encouraging story about community — a whimsical tale about neighbors of all ages and stripes coming together, and about one little girl who comes into her own.