LP 1 - Side 1 01. Mirror's Image 02. Three Decades 03. Who Can Say LP 1 - Side 201. Do You Remember 02. New Ice Age 03. Scarlet Fields LP 2 - Side 1 01. I Only Think Of You 02. I Can't Control Myself LP 2 - Side 2 01. Primary Colours 02. Sea Within A Sea
Joe Kubert is one of the greatest American comic-book cartoonists of all time; his Sgt. Rock of Easy Company, Enemy Ace, and Tarzan comics, all done for DC Comics during the 1960s and 1970s, are already the subject of archival editions. In the 1940s, young Kubert developed his design sense and realistic art style by freelancing for a variety of comic-book publishers in a glorious variety of non-superhero genres: horror, crime, science fiction, western, romance, humor, and more. For the first time, 33 of the best of these stories have been collected in one full-color volume, Weird Horrors and Daring Adventures: The Joe Kubert Archives Vol. 1 with a special emphasis on horror and crime … more violent and sexy (by contemporary standards) than much of his later, Code-constrained work.
It’s Halloween and Hank Zipzer wants to create the scariest haunted house ever! Unfortunately, Hank’s dog, Cheerio, is more scared than anyone. So scared, in fact, he runs away. Have Hank’s Halloween high-jinks gone too far this time?
Primary Colours is an activity-packed, six-level course for young learners aged six to twelve years. The accompanying Teacher's Book provides step-by-step guidance, as well as photocopiable worksheets, progress tests and ideas for classroom activities. Extra support and practical ideas are included in the 'A-Z of teaching young learners' at the back of the book.
She and Mel are going to escape - into the ravaged land outside, a place of freedom and chaos and horrors. Except Lily hasn't reckoned on two things: firstly, her sister's ability to control the horrors; and, secondly, on those out there who desperately want to find and control Mel. Mel's growing power might save the world, or end it completely. But only Lily can protect Mel from what is to come...
This exciting four-level course is packed with fun activities. Right from the start, children are fully involved in thinking for themselves, doing things themselves, and making things themselves. The topics in the Pupil's Books encourage children to think about the world around them and, at the higher levels, are linked to other subject areas in the school curriculum. This approach makes language learning more meaningful and memorable. Regular revision pages, and 'I can' sections in the Activity Books allow children to evaluate their own progress, giving them a real sense of achievement. The Songs and Stories Audio Cassette/CD can be used in the classroom or at home and is a fun way of providing extra practice. Delightfully illustrated Vocabulary Cards are also available to practise the target language.
In July 1942, thirteen-year-old Anne Frank and her family, fleeing the horrors of Nazi occupation, went into hiding in an Amsterdam warehouse. Over the next two years Anne vividly describes not only the daily frustrations of living in such close quarters, but also her thoughts, feelings and longings as she grows up. Her diary ends abruptly and tragically when, in August 1944, Anne and her family were all finally betrayed. The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank remains the single most poignant story to emerge from the Second World War, and her diary has come to symbolize not only the horrors of the Holocaust but the strength of the human spirit in adversity.
Colours is a wonderful introduction for children into the amazing world of colour. This book covers the colours that can be achieved by mixing different combinations of colours and the many different colours we find around us everyday. The book also covers primary colours and the different uses of colour such as in signs and traffic lights.
The October Country is Ray Bradbury's own netherworld of the soul, inhabited by the horrors and demons that lurk within all of us. Renowned for his multi-million-copy bestseller, Fahrenheit 451, and hailed by Harper's magazine as "the finest living writer of fantastic fiction," Ray Bradbury proves here that he is America's master of the short story.
Drawing on the author's personal experiences of the horrors of civil war as a young doctor, this title takes place in Kiev, 1918, a time of turmoil and suffocating uncertainty as the Bolsheviks, Socialists and Germans fight for control of the city. It tells the story of the Turbins, a once-wealthy Russian family.