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PETER SMITH is a cycling fanatic who has recently ridden from Albury to Mildura and around Laos and south-western China. He lives in Sydney.
June 2013 Book of the Month A warm and witty take on the Tour de France in which Monsieur Albert wins the world's most exciting bike race. With gently humourous rhyming text, teamed up with Bob Graham's distinctive and endearing illustrations, makes for a friendly and heart-warming picture book that will charm and thrill young and old.
With its closely aligned content and structure, this textbook will equip your students for the refreshed OCR A-level and AS Economics specifications. - All new practice questions at the end of each chapter, featuring multiple choice, stimulus and essay questions - New knowledge check question feature, testing student understanding throughout - New case studies, facts and figures and practical exercises reflecting recent economic developments - Charts and graphs to give students a strong grounding in economic theory and strengthen their skills in applying those concepts at A-level - Manageable learning objectives matched to the specification and summaries of the key findings at the end to encourage students to take control of their study We are seeking endorsement from OCR for the Student Textbook and Student eTextbook.
There's a hush in the crowd as the mayor lifts his gun, then an ear-splitting Bang! and the race has begun, with a flashing of goggles and pale cyclists' knees, and a murmuring sound like the bumble of bees.Monsieur Albert enters the Grand Cycle Race, but he's up against Francois, the champion of France. Can he possibly win?Witty text by Pete Smith and gentle, funny illustrations by Bob Graham make this story a classic, ideal for reading aloud to young and old.