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Lucy_and_madhouse_canteen By Heiki Vilep
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“In Persia, they used to put a shovel in front of a running cat’s face,” her brother Andy had told. “And when they had been running against the shovel for a hundred years,... More > they started to have kittens with flat faces.” Of course, Andy’s tales had to be taken with a grain of salt, as they were usually just cock-and-bull stories. Once it happened that Edward Norton fell into the bathtub. Lucy and Madeline were floating ducks in the bath when Edward Norton climbed on the edge of the bathtub to see what they were up to. The edge of the tub was slippery and the poor kitty splashed into the water. Lucy knew that cats didn’t like water very much and helped the cat out of the bathtub. Wet Edward Norton looked like a crooked tree branch and the children decided that such a posh name as Edward Norton was no longer fit for such a scrawny thing. “Let’s just call him Edward then,” Madeline suggested. “No,” said Lucy. “Edward is the name of a wise man. There was a writer called Edward.”< Less
Months Have Numbers Too! By Anita Lostetter
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This book is designed to help children to learn about the different months, numbers and holidays associated with that month!
Berta the Lazy Bee By David Parody
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A story of a bee who likes eating the nectar more than making honey. Fortunately, Queen Bee acts to save the day and Berta becomes the busiest bee of the hive.
Lucy-invents-a-candle-blower By Heiki Vilep
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And Lucy got to wish her biggest wishes: “Ten Barbie dolls, an umbrella with flowers, a pram with a big doll who pees, a pink ballerina dress, a whole pile of new cartoon DVDs, a small pool in... More > the yard, a playhouse next to it, a nice curved slide like we have at playschool, and a proper piano…” Her wish list was cut off here by the lights that were switched on. “It can’t be!” Mum grabbed her head with both hands. What they saw was more than awful. Amy’s mother’s sprayed hair was standing up, just like gone with the wind, there were blobs of whipped cream on the guests’ faces and you could hardly see the twins. There was even something hanging on the ceiling lamp. The candles were gone from the cake. One of them was on Granny’s head and another one had got stuck in the curtains. It was an awful mess. Luckily Andy managed to unplug the vacuum cleaner before the table was completely empty...< Less