Born in a garden shed and separated from her family, stray puppy, Squirrel, has a life filled with surprises, setbacks and adventures as she bravely journeys from town to town, encountering friends and foes, both animal and human, in her search for a place to call home. Told entirely from Squirrel's canine perspective, this touching tale offers a gorgeous contemporary twist on the classic animal adventure story.
Are you barking mad for dogs? Well, you can unleash your canine creativity and colour away the stresses of daily life with this colouring and sticker book. Inside you'll find various indoor and outdoor settings with three-dimensional photographic scenery providing witty narratives for you to colour and personalize with decorative doggy stickers. Bring the scenes to life with over 200 stickers to choose from, including playful puppies, happy-go-lucky hounds and dog beds, bones and balls. Create humorous scenes by dressing up a pup with tie and hat in an office space, or place a row of pooch stickers at a bar cocktails in paws! Free your mind with this new take on art therapy. This paperback book has 80 pages and measures: 25 x 25 x 0.9cm
NOTICE: Polish Release, cover may contain Polish text/markings. The disk has English audio. Young lovers Hero and Claudio, soon to wed, conspire to get verbal sparring partners and confirmed singles Benedick and Beatrice to wed as well.
When you've written 38 plays and 154 sonnets, you have to be really organized. Most people praise William Shakespeare for his use of language, plot, and character -- but we're totally blown away by his ability to keep track of everything. Hundreds of characters... hundreds of locations... and enough plot twists and turns to make a lesser man dizzy. But The Bard stayed on top of things, and you can too, with these Much Ado About Nothings Sticky Notes.
Level & Subject: GCSE English LiteratureFirst Teaching: September 2015 First Exams: June 2017This fantastic CGP Text Guide for Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing has everything students need to write top-grade essays for the latest Grade 9-1 GCSE English Literature exams. It’s bursting with thorough notes on the play’s plot, characters, writer’s techniques, language, themes and context - with quick questions, in-depth questions and exam-style questions throughout the book. There’s also plenty of exam advice to help students improve their grades, plus a cartoon-strip summary of the whole play at the back of the book. For even more help don’t miss CGP’s Much Ado About Nothing - The Complete Play (9781782948520), it includes the full text of the play, easy-to-read notes and thought-provoking practice questions.