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Cambridge Reading Adventures is a ground-breaking Primary guided reading series which offers a great variety of engaging texts with international appeal. The series has been created by Cambridge University Press in collaboration with the UCL Institute of Education's International Literacy Centre. Each book is placed into reading bands, providing a gradient of challenge which helps accelerate learning to read. Teacher's notes are provided inside every book with full guidance to get the most out of every reading session.
Pack a basket; we're going on a picnic! But picnics can be more than just a summertime event, and can definitely be more than the same old fried chicken and potato salad. Authors Rick Walton and Jennifer Adams present dozens of new ideas for picnics any time of year, with interesting new recipes and lots of fun games and activities to do while picnicking. Somehow, food tastes better when it's eaten outside. With Packing Up a Picnic, kids can grab their favourite foods, head to a park, spread out the blanket and chow down! Packing up a Picnic offers ideas for new and unusual picnics with themes that encourage fun, learning and creativity. Each picnic includes an introduction, a list of supplies and items to bring, and a menu with recipes and hints on making and packing the food. The authors also include some general picnic requirements and things the planner should know, such as the best picnic container, what to put your picnic on, what to eat your picnic with, and other handy things to bring, such as mosquito repellent, sunscreen and moist towlettes for easy cleanup. Plus, the authors discuss germs, food storage and how to avoid getting sick by handling food in the right way. Including these unique picnic themes: Breakfast Picnic Bicycle Picnic Haunted Picnic Snow Picnic Mystery Picnic Beach Picnic Drive-in Picnic
Jo Jacuzzo is a bit down on her luck when she accepts a job offer that will take her from Buffalo, N.Y., to Tampa, Fla., to pack the belongings of the aged Mrs. Phipps and drive her back to Buffalo. She makes it as far as Georgia before a blown engine and a giant motor home divert her far from her original plans and carry her deep into danger. Question number 1: Why is heiress Charity Redmunn driving a motor home at all? Question number 2: Who is driving the smaller RV that pops up in every campground and truck stop Jo and Charity stop in? Question number 3: How long will it take butchy Jo to maneuver fetching Charity into one of the motor home's bunks? Not long, and shortly thereafter Charity reveals that she is driving across country with a load of stolen art to pay the ransom of her brother, Paul, who is being held by loan sharks. Before Jo can figure out that that makes absolutely no sense at all, Charity is murdered, Jo is in the hospital in police custody, and Paul is showing up to tell her that "she won't get away with it." Tampa is looking awfully good at this point, but Jo is mad as hell about Charity's murder and someone is going to pay. After escaping from the police, infiltrating a militia group, and discovering the surprising contents of Charity's will, Jo begins to unravel the mystery, but the killer has one last, horrible ace up his sleeve.
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