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Mama Drives a School Bus By Suzanne Berton
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It's fun to ride the school bus with Mama. this way a little girl gets to know all the children and all the rules. It's great to ride the school bus with Mama.
Mama Drives a School Bus By Suzanne Berton
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This book covers the school bus safety rules for early years children as seen through the eyes of a little girl who tags along with her Mama driving the school bus.
Mama Drives a School Bus By Suzanne Berton
eBook (PDF): $5.99
This book covers the school bus safety rules for early years children as seen through the eyes of a little girl who tags along with her Mama driving the school bus.
Mama Drives a School Bus By Suzanne Berton
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This book covers the school bus safety rules for early years children as seen through the eyes of a little girl who tags along with her Mama driving the school bus.
Mama Drives a School Bus By Suzanne Berton
Hardcover: List Price: $27.99 $20.99 | You Save: 25%
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This book covers the school bus safety rules for early years children as seen through the eyes of a little girl who tags along with her Mama driving the school bus.
Bus for Happy School Activity Package By Chris Morningforest, Rebecca Raymond
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The Bus for Happy School activity pages are meant to be used with bus safety education for K-3rd grade students, Brought to you FREE by HUCKLEBERRYHAPPYBOOKS™. Little Maurice Happy and Chubby... More > Chicken and the other Happy characters reinforce bus safety rules and procedures for young students. Join them and have some fun.< Less
The First Day of School: Riding the Bus By Carly Glantz
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This book is designed to help children who are going to ride a bus for the first time. It is a social story that portrays experiences when riding a school bus. The illustrations are photographs of... More > children in these situations.< Less
The Bus To Destiny By Terrence P. Nelson
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Everyday,12 year old Jimmy Thunder steps onto a bus and goes searching for his dog Smoocher, along the endless maze of city streets. Throughout this journey, he befriends a variety of passengers who... More > become inspired by his passion and determination to find his beloved friend. Jimmy Thunder escapes the abuse at home and the bullying at school by traveling the winding streets on a city bus. The school officials think he has moved and his mother assumes he's at school. His bus fares are purchased with his lunch money, and each day he sets off in search of his destiny: to find the only living soul who genuinely loves him...his old dog Smoocher. This is a novel of tragedy as well as strength and hope, revealed as Jimmy Thunder meanders through the streets of the city, desperate to find some far-off “dog farm”. This is a journey that touches the lives of his fellow passengers and reveals that deep within this wounded boy, is a true heroic character.< Less
Poems On The Bus By Richard Archer
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Poems on the Bus is the third collection of poetry from Richard Archer. The poems in this book came to life on the bus from Walsall to Birmingham and back again. Much to the surprise of the fellow... More > passengers. Inside discover the perils of commuting in sub-zero conditions and just what might have been the contents of your school dinner.Read on and discover why people don't queue for the bus anymore and the secret fate that befell your favourite childhood pets. This is a collection of poetry that can be enjoyed on your journey to work,at home or with a glass of your favourite tipple in the pub.< Less
Riding the Bus By Laura Gibson
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Remembering home and school, as well as the interspaces between, this book explores my phenomenological account of my childhood experiences of learning. By engaging with my past experiences and by... More > telling my story, I aim to uncover the meanings and essences that have become written upon them both then and now. I explore the manner in which my experience was shaped by various forms of power and knowledge in the different spaces of my life, as well as how my life has in turn become filled with meaning and an understanding of conformity and acceptance. I question the link between my experience of socially embedded power and domination and the reality of the lived experience of disability and difference, with hope that my experience with social injustices will provide an opportunity for shared understanding and emancipation. By remembering and telling, I attempt to bring to light the seemingly mundane and insignificant as a step towards emancipation.< Less