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I Am a Book

By Roger Hargreaves
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Roger Hargreaves
Have you ever imagined what it might feel like to be a book? Or a pencil? An ocean? A pair of scissors? Or, even, a sausage? Well, Roger Hargreaves has - and it's hilarious! The poetry classic is also in rhyme - most of the time!I am an orange you're going to peel.But - you don't think about how I feel!Ouch! That hurt! But you don't care!You peel away. It's most unfair!Roger Hargreaves was the bestselling creator of the Mr Men series. I Am a Book was first published by Hodder Children's Books in 1984.
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  • I Am A Jew

    By Clive A Lawton
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    Clive A Lawton
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  • I Am A Woolly Hat

    By Vivian French, Salma Koraytem, Betania Zacarias
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    Vivian French, Salma Koraytem
    Illustrated by:
    Betania Zacarias
    Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.Basma has been wondering a lot about love. What is it like? Does it have a shape or a colour or a taste? Is it like a coat or a jumper or a shawl? Or is it like a warm woolly hat? This charming new Early Reader story from the United Arab Emirates will be enjoyed by everyone, parents and children alike - and in particular fans of GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU.
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  • I Am An Optician

    By Deborah Chancellor
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    Deborah Chancellor
    A bright, engaging series taking young readers through a day in the life of a dentist.Caring for Us: I am a Dentist explains to young readers what happens during the course of a normal optician's day, and describes what they can expect on a trip to the optician.
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  • I Am Christian

    By Cath Senker
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    Cath Senker
    I am Christian follows William as he talks about his faith. He tells us about his: worship, beliefs, food, family, books, priest and school.
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    I Am Fugitive

    By Sif Sigmarsdottir
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    Sif Sigmarsdottir
    What if finding out the meaning of life meant destroying peace on Earth - would you still seek out the answers? Perfect for fans of Sarah J Maas, The Hunger Games and Divergent After rescuing thousands of teenagers from a gruelling regime in space, Amy Sullivan must try to make sense of home, as it is now. But after an invasion of such colossal proportions, it seems Earth won't be going back to normal any time soon. And when Amy is made Ambassador for Solidarity at the newly created Earth Council, she must defend Earth against new attacks from Visitors. Working day and night to protect planet Earth, Amy still dreams of Caeser, the boy with the dimples, from another planet - she is convinced he can help her. But Caeser is still in space, where conflict is the only thing on agenda. Are two teenagers from different galaxies able to make those in power choose peace ... over the very meaning of life itself?
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    I Am Here, Where Are You?

    By Anita Jones, Sarah Horne
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    Anita Jones
    Illustrated by:
    Sarah Horne
    In I Am Here, Where Are You? Ollie tells the reader where he is. Using this simple premise, Ollie starts off in the room in his house, then zooms out from this location to his road, his town, county, country, continent, planet, solar system, galaxy and finally universe.For readers aged four and up, I Am Here, Where Are You? follows the simple structure of "This is the House that Jack Built". Photographs and gorgeous artwork by the super-funky Sarah Horne combine to give children a sense of their place in the world by zooming out from their own location. It provides a springboard for discussion of the reader's location and explores concepts of cultural diversity, extended family, time zones and conservation of the planet we all share. Finally, it invites the reader to practise writing their own address, finishing at The Universe. The book provides great support for the geography curriculum at key stages 1 and 2.
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  • I Am Hindu

    By Cath Senker
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    Cath Senker
    I am Hindu follows Jasmine as she talks about her faith. She tells us about her: beliefs, books, worship, mandir, family, clothes and food.
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  • I Am Jewish

    By Cath Senker
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    Cath Senker
    I am Jewish follows Daniel as he talks about his faith. He tells us about his: school, family, books, clothes, beliefs, worship and food.
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    I am Josephine - and I am a Living Thing

    By Jan Thornhill, Jacqui Lee
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    Jan Thornhill
    Illustrated by:
    Jacqui Lee
    Meet Josephine: she's a little girl, a big sister and a human being. She's also a mammal, an animal and a living thing-all identities she explores in this simple but informative picture book that provides a fabulous introduction to classification.Inspired by science and nature writer Jan Thornhill's many school visits, this book is intended to help children recognise themselves as part of the natural world, with an emphasis on how all living things share similarities.Beautiful illustrations in vibrant colors combined with minimal text make this an easy introduction to the classification of living things. Endmatter goes into further detail about the unique characteristics of humans, mammals, animals and living things.
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    I Am Malala

    By Malala Yousafzai, Patricia McCormick
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    Malala Yousafzai, Patricia McCormick
    'Malala is an inspiration to girls and women all over the world.' - J.K. RowlingWritten by Malala in collaboration with critically acclaimed author, Patricia McCormick, this children's edition tells the remarkable story of a girl who knew from a young age that she wanted to change the world - and did. Her journey will open your eyes to another world and will make you believe in hope, truth, miracles, and the determination of one person to inspire change. Raised in a once-peaceful area of Pakistan transformed by terrorism, Malala was taught to stand up for what she believes. So she fought for her right to be educated. And on 9 October, 2012, she nearly lost her life for the cause. She was shot point-blank on her way home from school. No one expected her to survive. Now, she is an international symbol of peaceful protest and the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize winner.This book is a must-read for anyone who believes in the power of change.
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  • I Am Muslim

    By Cath Senker
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    Cath Senker
    I am Muslim follows Aaliyah as she talks about her faith. She tells us about her: family, mosque, beliefs, worship, books, clothes and food.
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  • I Am Not Sleepy and I Will Not Go to Bed

    By Lauren Child
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    Lauren Child
    A classic Charlie and Lola picture book about tricky bedtimes from Children's Laureate Lauren Child.Charlie has this little sister Lola. Sometimes he has to try and get her off to bed. This is a hard job because Lola likes to stay up late... Lola says, "I am not slightly sleepy at 6 or 7 or 8. I am still wide awake at 9 and not at all tired at 10,11 and 12 and I will probably be perky at even 13 o'clock in the morning."Told with true Lauren Child style, this warm and funny picture book will make bedtime fun for even the most reluctant of children.As seen on CBeebies!'Funny, bright and very entertaining' - Daily Mail
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  • I Am Not Sleepy and I Will Not Go to Bed

    By Lauren Child
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    Lauren Child
    A classic Charlie and Lola board book story about tricky bedtimes, from Children's Laureate Lauren Child.Charlie has this little sister Lola. Sometimes he has to try and get her to go to bed. This is a hard job because Lola likes to stay up late. Lola says, "I am not slightly sleepy at 6 or 7 or 8. I am still wide awake at 9 and not at all tired at 10, 11 and 12 and I will probably still be perky at even 13 o'clock in the morning."This wonderfully imaginative bedtime tale is perfect for sharing with the very youngest Charlie and Lola fans.'Funny, bright and very entertaining' - Daily Mail
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    I am the Blade

    By J P Buxton
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    J P Buxton
    When his woodcutter guardian is viciously murdered and his home burned to the ground, Tog is running for his life. It's freezing, he's lost everything, there's a man with a knife on his tail, and all he has to survive are his wits, his fighting skills - taught to him by his woodcutter guardian but never before tested - the motley travelling companions he gathers on the way, and a garbled message - the woodcutter's last, gasped words - STONE, ORCHARD, MOON. Are they clues? The ravings of a fading mind? So begins a journey through a land ruled by robber barons, though they call themselves lords and kings - towards a destiny - or choice - at first dimly perceived, growing stronger and more terrifying as his journey nears its climax.
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  • I Am Too Absolutely Small for School

    By Lauren Child
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    Lauren Child
    A classic Charlie and Lola board book story about starting school from Children's Laureate Lauren Child.Charlie's little sister Lola is nearly big enough to go to school... but Lola is not so sure. She thinks it probably would be useful to read and write and count, but she doesn't really have time for lessons - she's much too busy doing extremely important things at home. And anyway, Lola's invisible friend, Soren Lorensen, is slightly nervous about going to school.This wonderfully imaginative tale of starting-school worries is perfect for sharing with the very youngest Charlie and Lola fans.
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  • I Am Too Absolutely Small For School

    By Lauren Child
    Authors:
    Lauren Child
    A classic Charlie and Lola picture book about starting school worries, from Children's Laureate Lauren Child.Charlie's little sister Lola is nearly big enough to go to school. But Lola is not so sure...Lola says, "I am absolutely not BIG. I am still really quite small. I probably do not have time to go to school. I am too extremely busy doing important things at home." This classic first-day-at-school tale addresses children's fears with warmth, humour, and a lot of fun.As seen on CBeebies!'No first-timer should start school without this book' - The Sunday Times
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    I Am Traitor

    By Sif Sigmarsdottir
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    Sif Sigmarsdottir
    At the end of the world, who can you trust? The story of one teen's fight against an extra-terrestrial invasion. For fans of Michael Grant, Suzanne Collins and Robert Muchamore.London has been targeted by extra-terrestrial life and victims are transported to a terrifying other world.Amy Sullivan is an unwilling hero. She runs until she can't run any more. Then, she is taken. To have a chance of saving herself, and her planet, Amy will have to put faith in those she fears the most. But what if it means becoming a traitor to everyone she has ever loved? A modern-day War of the Worlds from one of Iceland's bestselling authors.
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  • I Did It!: Pirates Can Be Honest

    By Tom Easton, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Tom Easton
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    Captain Cod asks Davy to be careful moving cannonballs about, but poor Davy ignores him and ends up dropping a heavy cannonball through a hatch where it goes right through the keel causing a leak. Davy is so embarrassed he shuts the hatch and goes to bed. The next morning, he wakes up to find the bottom of the boat is full of water. He decides it's time he owns up and bravely goes to see the captain. But will it be too late to save the ship? Will Davy get into trouble for not be honest in the first place?The books in the 'Pirates to the Rescue' series are designed to help children to recognise the virtues of generosity, honesty, politeness and kindness. Reading these books with children will help them to understand that their actions and behaviour have a real effect on people around them. The books will help young readers to recognise what is right and wrong and what to do when faced with difficult choices.Notes for parents, guardians and teachers are included at the end of the story to help give starting points for discussion and follow-up activities to help encourage positive behaviour.
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  • I Didn't Do It!: A book about telling the truth

    By Sue Graves, Desideria Guicciardini
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    Sue Graves
    Illustrated by:
    Desideria Guicciardini
    Poppy doesn't always tell the truth at home. She doesn't always tell the truth at school either. Now she's getting other children into trouble. Can she learn that it's better to own up than to tell a lie?This series introduces young children to different aspects of our emotions and behaviour. A fictional story is backed up by suggestions for activities and ideas to talk about, while a wordless storyboard encourages children to tell another story.Supports the Personal, Social and Emotional Development Area of Learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage. For children aged 3+
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