"The T. Rex was strong, with teeth sharp as knives. When most dinos saw him, they ran for their lives!" And so Dr. Seuss' Cat in the Hat introduces young readers to the fiercest of all the many extinct reptiles featured in this exciting exploration of the Age of Dinosaurs. This title forms part of a series of books that takes an off-beat look at natural history through a fun combination of Seussian rhymes and zany illustrations. Aimed at early readers - from four to seven year olds - the books are designed to bridge the gap between concept books written for preschoolers and more formal non…
The Cat and company travel by hot air balloon up and into various weather phenomena including rain, snow, thunder, tornadoes, and (yikes!) even hurricanes! Along the way they learn about thermometers, anemometers, wind vanes, cloud formations, humidity, fog, smog, weather folklore, and how to stay safe in lightning. Written and illustrated in Seussian style, this a great addition to the Cat in the Hat s Learning Library!"
Addresses the needs of many different types of students in many different settings. This book offers perspectives on a wide range of key vocabulary topics, including: teaching root words to young children; incidental word learning through word play; direct instruction of vocabulary-learning strategies; and, teaching vocabulary in content areas.
With the able assistance of Thing 1 and Thing 2 -- and a fleet of Rube Goldbergian vehicles -- the Cat in the Hat examines the various parts of plants, seeds, and flowers; basic photosynthesis and pollination; and seed dispersal.
Kniha vznikla u příležitosti výstavy Membra Disjecta for John Cage. Wanting to Say Something About John.
Traditional galleries, contemporary spaces, paintings and sculptures, art cafés, art in the streets and people who have something to say about it.
; EP (2015) (2015 Record Store Day); ; SIDE A ; I'm Not Losing Sleep ; I Dig Everything ; Cant Help Thinking About Me ; SIDE B; Do Anything You Say ; Good Morning Girl ; And I Say To Myself;
Traditional galleries, contemporary spaces, paintings and sculptures, art cafés, art in the streets and people who have something to say about it. Kurátor handpicks the best of what art has given to Prague.
From reconstructing Shakespeare's accent to the rise and fall of Received Pronunciation, actor Ben Crystal and his linguist father David travel the world in search of the stories of spoken English. Everyone has an accent, though many of us think we don't. We all have our likes and dislikes about the way other people speak, and everyone has something to say about 'correct' pronunciation. But how did all these accents come about, and why do people feel so strongly about them? Are regional accents dying out as English becomes a global language? And most importantly of all: what went wrong in…