Corduroy Lost And Found
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📒Corduroy Lost And Found ✍ Don Freeman
✏Corduroy Lost and Found Book Summary : A classic character in children's literature for nearly forty years is back for a brand-new adventure! Corduroy the beloved bear slips out very early one morning to get a birthday present for Lisa. He spies what he thinks is a yellow balloon up in the sky, thinking that would be perfect for her. But when the sun rises, the balloon (really the full moon) disappears. And now Corduroy is lost. Lisa finds him, but not before Corduroy succeeds in getting just the right gift—a lollipop as yellow and round as the moon. This brand-new Corduroy picture book is written in the whimsical style of Don Freeman and illustrated in the exact scratchboard technique he used to create Corduroy and A Pocket for Corduroy.
📒A Pocket For Corduroy ✍ Don Freeman
✏A Pocket for Corduroy Book Summary : This irresistible childhood classic is a delightful sequel to the original, well-loved tale Corduroy. This charming story takes readers into a multi-ethnic, urban neighborhood Laundromat, where Lisa's mother warns her to take everything out of her pockets before washing. Pockets! Corduroy doesn't have any pockets! The furry bear's search for a pocket of his own takes him on an adventure filled with the sights, sounds, smells and hazards of the Laundromat. As a result, Lisa and her beloved bear become separated as Corduroy ends up locked inside the Laundromat all night. And what do bears do all night in places like this? They ski in the soap flakes and nap in the baskets, of course! Fortunately, Lisa returns early the next morning to reclaim her tired little friend. Soon, Lisa is sewing Corduroy a pocket of his very own and again all is well in the life of Corduroy. "This merry tale gets added interest from...the setting, a multi-ethnic urban neighborhood, of cuddly Corduroy and his pal Lisa, a black child, and her attractive mother." — Publishers Weekly.
📒Grin And Bear It The Wit Wisdom Of Corduroy ✍ Don Freeman
✏Grin and Bear It The Wit Wisdom of Corduroy Book Summary : Adventurous, imaginative, and always optimistic, Corduroy offers up wit and wisdom that will bring a little bit of sunshine to readers of all ages. Never forget who you are--and never forget who loves you. There's always a good reason to party! You're never too grown-up for a teddy bear. There's lots more advice where that came from in Grin and Bear It, this adorable collection of wit and wisdom from America's favorite teddy bear, Corduroy. The book uses Don Freeman's signature scratchboard art from the four classic Corduroy books to illustrate comforting and universal life lessons like: "You're never too small to get where you need to go," and "Love what you see in the mirror." Charming and inspirational, this is the perfect gift for graduation, or any other occasion when you need a little confidence boost.
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📒The Penguin Book Of Classic Children S Characters ✍ Leonard S. Marcus
✏The Penguin Book of Classic Children s Characters Book Summary : Presents some of the best-loved characters in children's literature, including Peter Rabbit, Winnie-the-Pooh, Corduroy, Madaline, Homer Price, Pippi Longstocking, and Matilda, in stories and excerpts from longer works
📒Corduroy ✍ Adrian Bell
✏Corduroy Book Summary : Corduroy was first published in 1930. It was followed by Silver Ley in 1931 and The Cherry Tree in 1932. Together they form a trilogy that has been described as 'the classic account of a twentieth-century Englishman's conversion to rural life'. In Corduroy the author's experiences as a farm apprentice in Suffolk are described. The tone is affectionate, humourous and not in the least patronizing. At times there is an elegiac strain not dissimilar to Edward Thomas. The three books constitute a threnody for, what was then, a vanishing, pre-mechanized way, of farming and rural life.
📒Sally Sharp And The Corduroy Clue ✍ Patricia Bow
✏Sally Sharp and the Corduroy Clue Book Summary : It's a dream job - a chance to model the fabulous outfits designed by Jones & Hewens for their new Corduroy Rose label. For Sally, Tasha and Fay, it's a way to end the summer on a high note before school begins. And it doesn't hurt a bit that head designer Peter Hewens is stunningly handsome in a dark and brooding style. But a shadow has marred the glamour. A guest was killed during one of the showings at wealthy homes, and a series of thefts may be linked to the murder. And then Peter's young sister Valerie vanishes, leaving signs that convince the police of her guilt. Before she "ran away" she asked Sally Sharp for help, but never had a chance to say why she was afraid. At 17, Sally is already well known as a problem-solver. Suspecting that Val was set up, she takes the case. It pits Sally, Tasha and Fay against the police, against Peter - who bafflingly refuses to cooperate - and against a pair of vengeful teens who mean to bring Sally to a permanent and very unglamorous end.
📒California Preschool Curriculum Framework ✍ California. Child Development Division
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📒Incognito ✍ Andrea Raynor
✏Incognito Book Summary : Filled with humor, insight, and faith, this true story tells how one young woman overcame challenges, stereotypes, and personal struggles at Harvard Divinity School and emerged an ordained minister. As a bright young girl from Ohio, Andrea Raynor always wanted to be a doctor. Instead, she landed—almost by accident—at Harvard Divinity School, which, she quickly discovered, was no typical seminary. When she attended, in the 1980s, HDS was a place overflowing with creative expression and freedom of thought. Her classmates included two men who were undergoing sex changes and a woman who fancied herself a geisha. There was a lively gay and lesbian caucus, marches on Washington, civil disobedience, and more sexual intrigue than could be found in a stereotypical college fraternity house. Providing a bird’s-eye view of life within the hallowed halls (and beneath the crimson robes), Incognito is a humorous and poignant glimpse inside one of the nation’s most revered institutions. From navigating relationships to exploring whether a pretty girl can truly wear a collar, Incognito tackles our assumptions about spirituality, the church, morality, and identity, and affirms that God often works in ways—and in people—we least expect.
📒Corduroy Mansions ✍ Alexander McCall Smith
✏Corduroy Mansions Book Summary : From the author of the global best-seller, The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, comes a brand new serial novel set in the heart of London. 'Corduroy Mansions is the affectionate nickname given to a genteelly crumbling mansion block in London's vibrant Pimlico. This is the home patch of - among others - a lovelorn literary agent, possibly the first ever nasty Liberal Democrat MP and Freddie de la Hay, an urbane terrier trained to be vegetarian and respectful of feline rights. Loafers, wine merchants, vitamin evangelists and the occasional psychoanalyst pass each other on the stairs of this delightful metropolitan des res. With his trademark wit, charm and lightness of touch, Alexander McCall Smith introduces a colourful cast of characters, full of the life, laughter and humanity so beloved in his writing.