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In A Pony for a Day, Ella spends a day at a riding school where she finds out how to ride and look after a pony. Oxford Reading Tree inFact is a non-fiction series that aims to engage children in reading for pleasure as powerfully as fiction does. The variety of topics means there are books to interest every child in this compelling series. The series is written by top children's authors and subject experts. The books are carefully levelled, making it easy to match every child to the right book.
The popular beginner instruction books for kids with fun exercises, theory and easy songs to play. My First Piano Book introduces young children to the piano and music-making through fun activities, rhymes, songs and pieces. The author's tried-and-tested progression covers note learning, theory, aural and composing through a creative and holistic approach. Many pieces have simple teacher duet parts to encourage ensemble playing from the start, and the book is illustrated throughout in the charming Get Set! style. This carefully designed tutor will inspire, entertain and, most importantly, nurture a love of music that can last a lifetime. Suitable for children aged 5 years and over, this book facilitates a seamless transition from pre-stave reading onto stave reading, leading effortlessly into the highly acclaimed Get Set! Piano Tutor Book 1. Song list: Hey, hey, look at me! Engine, engine Spider, spider Up and down Sausage in a pan Soft kitten Au clair de la lune Music Town show time Cuckoo Five fat sausages Mousey in the house Old Mister Woodpecker On a log Old MacDonald Hot cross buns Hob shoe hob Merrily we roll along High and low Up like a rocket! Slowly, slowly Yum, yum Tiny Bee and Bitsy Flea Little Arabella Miller Shooting stars Three little birds Teddy bear Cheese! Bell horses Jack Frost Pease pudding More pease pudding Naka naka hoi Once there was a princess Secret alien Counting song E my name is Emily Clap your hands Suo Gan Goodnight Five little monkeys Round and round Mice, mice Dear Santa... Naughty pussy cat Twinkle, twinkle Pitter, patter Can you tap this rhythm? Allunde alluya I can sing high Tallis duet Down in the garden Frere Jacques Haydn's surprise! Happy birthday
The popular beginner instruction books for kids with fun exercises, theory and easy songs to play. This book follows and supplements the tried-and-tested progression of Get Set! Piano - My First Piano Book. It includes favourites like 'Ring-a-Ring-a-Roses', 'Peter Taps with One Hammer' and 'The Wheels on the Bus', as well as playful new pieces, featuring dinosaurs, superheroes, aliens, scooters and more! Some pieces have straightforward teacher duet parts to encourage ensemble playing from the start, and there are lots of music theory puzzles and activities to consolidate learning and offer an extra layer of fun and exploration. The book is illustrated throughout in the charming Get Set! style, and students are encouraged to decorate and colour in the drawings to reflect their progress. Suitable for children aged 5+. Song list: Aliens are everywhere Starlight Andy Pandy Dino Dino dinosaur Hickory, dickory, dock Tick, tock Mousie, mousie In the light of the moon I had a cat Playing with letters Superhero Who have we found in Music Town? Families My wish for fish Peter taps Two little dickie birds Little Johnny dances My new scooter Round and round the garden This little light of mine Kaeru no uta On the bus
Sports Day is coming up soon and Suzi's in a great mood - until her class get saddled with mean old Miss Grit as their supply teacher. Miss Grit has it in for Suzi from day one, and worst of all, Suzi's rival Barbie Meek is Miss Grit's class favourite! The terrible duo are about to turn Suzi's life into a nightmare ... will she even make it to Sports Day for her chance to win the race? A comical and quirky revenge tale of school bullies and sports day from award-winning author Vivian French. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+
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