Spots Birthday Party
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Spot plays a lively game of hide-and-seek with the animals that come to his birthday party, in a lift-the-flap book. On board pages.
It's Halloween and time to dress up. What will Spot decide to wear? Join in the fun with Spot and his friends as they try on different costumes in this coloured board book.
It's his Dad's birthday, so Spot decides to surprise him by baking a cake. First he goes shopping for tasty ingredients then he starts cooking in the kitchen - and things get a little messy! Bigger, brighter paperback edition of a favourite lift-the-flap adventure featuring Spot, who became an instant success with his first outing in the 1980 classic, Where's Spot? 'Spot is one of the essential experiences of childhood.' Parents magazine
A lift-the-flap adventure tells of Spot's first day in school with his teacher, Ms. Bear, and his classmates, Helen Hippo, Tom Alligator, and Steve Monkey. Reissue.
Spot is so excited after helping wrap presents and decorate the tree, that Sally, his mother, has trouble getting him to go to bed.
Spot the puppy, his mother, and his animal friends have a fun-filled day playing in the park. Movable flaps conceal portions of the illustrations and text.
Young children learn about colors, shapes, and numbers as they follow Spot, the playful puppy, and his friends through their daily activities. Reprint.
Join the hunt to find lovable puppy, Spot, in Eric Hill's first ever lift-the-flap tale! Lift each flap to find all sorts of funny animal surprises, before discovering where cheeky Spot has been hiding. This is the perfect first book for little ones - the playful text is a wonderful spur to read and respond together, and the hide-and-seek flaps encourage curiosity and interactivity. This is a special anniversary edition of this much-loved classic to celebrate 40 years since the first publication of Where's Spot?.
Spot and his friends like playing with toys, flying kites, and making music together.
This bestselling Christmas story has now been brilliantly adapted for audio CD and there are two readings - the first is a straight reading with music, and the second has a 'special sound' to indicate where to turn each page as you read along in the book. On Christmas Eve Spot meets two reindeer who are looking for Santa's missing sleigh. If they don't find it, there won't be any presents for anyone on Christmas day. Spot manages to track it down and has a wonderful snowy adventure along the way.
A brightly coloured Spot adventure especially for young children. Join Spot as he welcomes a baby sister into the family.
Spot goes to a fancy dress birthday party - but where are all his friends? Lift the flaps and see who's hiding behind those costumes!
On the first day of school, Spot brings his new lunchbox, plays the drums, has fun outside, and listens to a story. On board pages.
The Little Princess wants her dinner! And her teddy, and her potty. . . . Several tantrums later, she learns that good manners go a long way. But not everyone else is so polite--Beastie must also master "please" and "thank you" if the Little Princess is to give him his dinner back.
Spot wants to play hide-and-seek. But when he and his friends start to play, they manage to invent a new version of the familiar game and have a lot of fun in the process. The simple text and bright illustrations make these books ideal for shared reading.
Russian formalism and Marxist criticism had a seismic impact on 20th-century literary theory and the shockwaves are still felt today. First published in 1979, Tony Bennett's Formalism and Marxism created its own reverberations by offering a new interpretation of the Formalists' achievements and demanding a new way forward in Marxist criticism. The author first introduces and reviews the work of the Russian Formalists, a group of theorists who made an extraordinarily vital contribution to literary criticism in the decade following the October Revolution of 1917. Placing the work of key figures in context and addressing such issues as aesthetics, linguistics and the category of literature, form and function or literary evolution, Bennett argues that the Formalists' concerns provided the basis for a radically historical approach to the study of literature.