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One of our Books of the Year 2014 A feast of words for every kind of situation is spread across the beautiful pages of this book. The words that are included come from the story of a family’s everyday life. From the opening spread which is a cross-section of the family home, it is all delightfully busy! There are bedrooms and bathrooms and a living room and a kitchen and something interesting is happening in each. As the day progresses, the family hurry about their business at home and out and about. Lots to look at and lots to learn. SHARE WITH US YOUR WONDERFUL WORLD - Why not share your world with a photo of an object, a person or place that best represents your world together with the word that goes with it at the hashtags #ShareYourWorld, #barefootbooks, #wonderfulwords and #lovereadingkids.
Highlight the importance of teamwork, responsibility and kindness with these 36 wordless storytelling cards, designed to support 30+ games. An array of 12 character, 12 setting and 12 object cards help build literacy, sequencing and problem-solving skills. For children aged 3 to 10
Follow a bustling family through their busy day! Each scene is teeming with people, places and things, and you'll meet people of all races, cultures, lifestyles and abilities as you go.
Squares are everywhere! Diamond shapes, checkers, and plaids throw a pattern of squares on people, animals, and objects from the world around us. Harlequins, box turtles, tartan slippers, pineapples-all are covered with criss-crosses, ridges, and squares of all sorts! The Silly Shapes series for children shows how shapes and patterns appear wherever you look. The bright, beautiful illustrations will encourage toddlers and preschoolers to look at the world around them with new curiosity, while the simple text is perfect for children who have just started to learn their ABC's!