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When Grandma creates a robot babysitter for twins Jake and Jess, chaos ensues! Jess and Jake love having a robot babysitter, but lately Robin's been malfunctioning more and more often... And the only person who can help - their inventor Grandma who created Robin - has disappeared. It's time for the twins take matters into their own hands... The third book in a brilliantly funny series, perfect for fans of David Solomons, RUNAWAY ROBOT, THE NOTHING TO SEE HERE HOTEL and KID NORMAL.
When Grandma creates Robin the robot babysitter for twins Jake and Jess, chaos ensues! When Robin the robot babysitter loses his memory in an accident, he starts thinking he's a teacher at Jake and Jess' school. Although he has unlimited knowledge to share with the students, Robin is DEFINITELY not your average teacher and people are getting suspicious. Not only that, but Jake and Jess want their OLD robot back. How can they restore the Robin they know and love? The second book in a brilliantly funny series, perfect for fans of David Solomons, THE NOTHING TO SEE HERE HOTEL and KID NORMAL.
For the child who says, I want to be a pilot when I grow up! And for any child who wants a gentle behind-the-scenes look at being a pilot. This I Can Read book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 5 to 7 who are ready to read independently. It's a fun way to keep your child engaged and as a supplement for activity books for children. Pilots fly airplanes! Did you know that there are many different kinds of pilots? When Aunt Ro and I visit the Air Fair, I meet pilots who fly seaplanes, hot air balloons, cargo planes-and more! I Want to Be a Pilot is part of an I Can Read series that introduces young readers to important community helpers. This Level One I Can Read is perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
When Grandma creates a robot babysitter for twins Jake and Jess, chaos ensues! Robin is embarrassing, clumsy and, worst of all, programmed to make them do their homework. They're also pretty sure he thinks their dog is a baby. The twins decide they have to do something before everyone realizes that Robin is a robot. But getting rid of their new babysitter will mean putting aside their sibling squabbles and working together, which might be an even bigger challenge... The first in a brilliantly funny series about a robot babysitter and the mayhem he causes, perfect for fans of David Solomons, THE NOTHING TO SEE HERE HOTEL and KID NORMAL!
In this action-packed chapter book, Mabel doesn't like her dance lessons - she would rather be playing football. But when she watches Come Dance with Me on TV, something mysterious happens. Books with short chapters are a great way for children who are reading independently to extend reading stamina and progress to the next step of their reading journey. This Read with Oxford Stage 6 book has short chapters, an engaging story and exciting illustrations. Tips for parents and fun after-reading activities help you to get the most out of the story. Featuring much-loved characters, great authors, engaging storylines and fun activities, Read with Oxford offers an exciting range of carefully levelled reading books to build your child's reading confidence. Find practical advice, free eBooks and fun activities to help your child progress on oxfordowl.co.uk. Let's get them flying!
A fun, new bedtime story to read to your kids! Join Zoey the zebra as she searches across Africa for the best way to say good night. She sees the bedtime routine of lions, warthogs, monkeys, and more-but which one is the very best? Teaching little ones to celebrate differences while appreciating the blessing of their own unique family, How Do You Say Good Night? is a great way to introduce the concept of diversity in a fun and respectful way while also fostering an attitude of gratitude. Watch your little ones reach for this book night after night!
Clumsy Mabel Green hates her dance lessons. She'd much rather be playing football! But when she watches Come Dance With Me, something mysterious happens Oxford Reading Tree All Stars is an engaging chapter fiction series which combines age-appropriate content with imaginative stories, perfect for inspiring and stretching able infants. The series develops comprehension skills and provides a wide variety of fiction topics and styles, alongside illustrations that aid understanding. All the books in this series are carefully levelled, so it's easy to match every child to the right book - one which will develop their reading skills and fuel their love of reading. Help with children's reading development is also available at www.oxfordowl.co.uk.
The Greatest Gift of all Time is a missional resource targeted at children aged 8-11.Developed to support numerous Christmas events, the narrative centres around the story of the nativity and God's willingness to come down to earth and be with us.Written and illustrated by Catalina Echeverri, this booklet has a contemporary and compelling design, helping children to explore the Christmas story and consider their own response.
What is being a Christian all about? is a 24 page missional booklet targeted at children aged 8-11 who attend outreach/mission events. Developed to support numerous mission events, the narrative of the booklet centres around presenting what Christians believe in a series of simple steps. Illustrated by Catalina Echeverri, this booklet has a contemporary and compelling design, helping children to explore the Christian faith, and consider their own response.
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