MOSSIES BOOK FOUR
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Short stories about Four are fun if a bit underwhelming. Veronica Roth Fantasy Rate book. Read or buy. Popular with kids. Based on 3 reviews. Based on 12 reviews. Get it now Searching for streaming and purchasing options Common Sense is a nonprofit organization.
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Your purchase helps us remain independent and ad-free. Get it now on Searching for streaming and purchasing options A lot or a little? The parents' guide to what's in this book. Educational Value. Positive Messages. What parents need to know Parents need to know that Four: A Divergent Collection is five short stories written from the perspective of Four, a lead character in the Divergent trilogy.
When her teacher calls her "a stupid little girl" because she misspells cat, she points her finger and her teacher sprouts whiskers. Quite right! A small child used to being coerced will warm to the summary justice meted out in this tale. A little book with a great big message about the enormity of small children's feelings.
Children are intrigued by this highly original book containing witty cards in envelopes for the Jolly Postman to deliver to fairytale characters.
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Hours and hours of fun. A great story about a little girl who is looked after by her dad, and has the day from hell on a school visit to the dinosaur museum. Things look up when she turns into a dinosaur, although being scaly-skinned brings its own problems. A perceptive story from an author likely to figure large in your child's reading over the years.
A brilliant, simple idea - and talk about value for money! We have not seen one that is not beautifully, sometimes heart-breakingly, written or wittily illustrated. The list grows longer, parents more thankful. Begin by reading them to your children, and the older ones will start collecting them themselves with their pocket money.
A golloping, gulping, grumptious story from the master storyteller, concerning a horrid, greedy, brutish crocodile who has secret plans and clever tricks to fill up his tummy with a yummy child. Will make them scream with laughter. Irina is a sad and lonely child; the wooden horse she sees in a junk shop is sad and lonely too, and needs a home.
Nabb's book is a superb internalised dialogue, a modern fairytale in which the horse comes alive and liberates Irina from the burden of her sadness. Seven upward. Heart-warming without being twee. Six upward. A Children's Book Award winner that tells about Streaker, a rocket on four legs with a woof attached. Children giggle uncontrollably at the humour, and it will raise a smile in mums and dads as well.
A seriously silly retelling of the story in which Snow White is a wannabe pop star who has to defeat the mean queen, who was once the lead singer with The Wonderful Witched Witches. Parents may sigh, but children find it hilarious.
Great pictures. This is the place where for most little girls real reading begins. Few can resist Mildred Hubble, the little witch at Miss Cackle's academy who is always crashing her broomstick and getting her spells wrong. Much copied but not bettered. There are three more. First in a witty series about class three, who get a bit of a shock when their new teacher does not enter by the door but flies in through the window.
But then, Mr Majeika is a wizard, albeit one for whom things are always going wrong.
Classic children's library: 4-7
Their hives with thyme neglect not to surround, And pines, transplanted from the hilly ground; Nor blush to wear your callous hands with toil; Set thriving trees, and water well the soil. Pear-trees, matur'd by age, he could dispose, And elms, of riper growth, in order'd rows, And thorns with plums then bending, and the plane, Of shade to shelter Bacchus' social train. With them all lies in common; they alone Of house and children property disown; By settled laws direct their lives, and know The joys a country and fixt seats bestow. Oft, as they roam, their wings on flints they tear, And, self-devoted, breath their lives in air, Laden with sweets: of flow'rs so strong the rage, So full does glory all their souls engage.
Say, what God deign'd the secret to impart? Say, Muse! Parent Cyrene! Why was I taught to pant for joys above?