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Watching Shadows By The Children of Horton Kirby Primary School
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This is a book written by all of the children at a primary school. Its about three children and a dog who end up on an adventure because the dog Ruby ate a giant purple mushroom. They encounter a few... More > problems on the way but do they get back home safely? Do they stay out of trouble?< Less
Watching Down By Ashini Gunaratne
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A story about a passed girl who watches down on her so called friends and tells their story as she gives away her own by introducing herself as a girl not very popular to the world that she now calls... More > the world of lies< Less
Watching Down By Ashini Gunaratne
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A story about a passed girl who watches down on her so called friends and tells their story as she gives away her own by introducing herself as a girl not very popular to the world that she now calls... More > the world of lies< Less
Jesus Is Watching By Ken Lord
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A collection of short stories--some biographical, some observational, some essay, a couple that are historical, and at least one that may bring tears to your eyes.
Jesus Is Watching By Ken Lord
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This is a collection of short stories from the Pen (computer) of Ken Lord. There's a love story, a couple horror stories, a history story, some memoirs of the author's early years, a heart-warming... More > story of a community's support, and the fulfillment of a convict's wish. There's even a humorous article here.< Less
Jesus Is Watching By Ken Lord
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This is a collection of short stories from the Pen (computer) of Ken Lord. There's a love story, a couple horror stories, a history story, some memoirs of the author's early years, a heart-warming... More > story of a community's support, and the fulfillment of a convict's wish. There's even a humorous article here.< Less
Jesus Is Watching By Ken Lord
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A collection of short stories--some biographical, some observational, some essay, a couple that are historical, and at least one that may bring tears to your eyes.
Watching Thought By Florianne Springett
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Imagining someone’s thoughts can become important when they cannot talk. Understanding body movement and eye contact becomes the language that we have together and keeps us from being... More > separated. Watching Thought is an illustrated play based on the experience of a mother and her two daughters, one of whom is severely disabled with no speech. It poetically explores non-verbal communication and the emotional needs within the family. It was written, following the experience of social exclusion, as a play to be performed by young people for young people, and for all to read. It opens up a platform for sharing thoughts on disability, coming of age and caring for a family member. Illustrations created for the play by the author. Florianne Springett grew up in London. She studied art and graphic design, followed by a career in design for publishing. Watching Thought is based on her own personal experience.< Less
Watching You By Annika Gregg
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Kati has come to live in America from England. She is going to go to a great school when her cousin Kelly causes a problem that may ruin her life as well as her education.
Nobody Watching By Maurice Collis
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Gareth is afraid of moving from junior school to grammar school. He believes he will lose his friends and his way of life. This book gives an insight into life in the 1960's without technology, day... More > time television and shows that life for children is lived largely outside of the house. The world is a smaller place and the village is the universe for most children who look after themselves in a community which is supportive in an unobtrusive way. Gareth's journey through 1962-3 is beset with hopes and fears and although he would like to find a way to maintain his current way of life he eventually realises that life changes irrevocably. He sets out his story in a series of journals which he hides cleverly. A stranger discovers the first journal in a house in which Gareth lived and this sets the finder on a voyage of discovery - discovery about Gareth and the secret of truth and fiction. The story is based in the village of Llandaff North in Cardiff, Wales.< Less