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ISBN:
0195206444
Author:
Tony Bradman
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press (June 30, 1988)
Pages:
28 pages
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1887 kb
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Tony Bradman has written more than 50 books for children. She decides to "wait and see" what to spend her money on at each stop, which is just as well as when they reach the post office her Mum has forgotten her purse

Tony Bradman has written more than 50 books for children. She decides to "wait and see" what to spend her money on at each stop, which is just as well as when they reach the post office her Mum has forgotten her purse. Jo gives her the money to post her Grandma's parcel. On the way home all the shop keepers reward her kind gesture by giving her produce from their shops.

Tony Bradman (born 22 January 1954) is an English writer of children's books and short speculative fiction best known for the Dilly the Dinosaur book series

Tony Bradman (born 22 January 1954) is an English writer of children's books and short speculative fiction best known for the Dilly the Dinosaur book series. He is the author of more than 50 books for young people published by multiple houses including Alfred A. Knopf, Methuen Publishing, Puffin Books, and HarperCollins. Bradman was born in Balham, London.

It's Saturday, and Jo has some money to spend  . Now a full-time author, he has produced several successful anthologies for young readers for Random House Children's Books, including three focusing exclusively on football: the FOOTBALL FEVER titles. Books by Tony Bradman. Mor. rivia About Wait And See.

Now a full-time author, he has produced several successful anthologies for young readers for Random House Children's Books, including three focusing exclusively on football: the FOOTBALL FEVER titles.

Author:Bradman, Tony. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Wait and See by Tony Bradman (Paperback, 1990). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Author: Tony Bradman and Eileen Browne. Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Books. Jo has saved up her pocket money and is tempted to spend it all at the local shops, but instead, decides to wait and see. Sure enough, her mother forgets her money at the post office and Jo steps in to help. On the way home, Jo’s mum tells all the shopkeepers about Jo’s kind act and they reward her with all the exciting food she wanted to spend her money on in the first place

Tony Bradman has written more than 50 books for children.

Tony Bradman has written more than 50 books for children. Country of Publication.

Escape From The Blitz is the vividly imagined tale of young Betty as she is evacuated from her home in London to the home of the formidable Lady Florence Musgrave. From the effects of rising sea levels to changes in animal behaviour and human lifestyles, these powerful stories portray the issues surrounding climate change in personal terms and so bring them vividly to life. Offering warnings and inspiration in equal measure, the stories cover a wide range of localities from Siberia and Canada to Australia, UK, Sri Lanka and the Philippines.

It's Saturday, and Jo has some pocket money to spend

It's Saturday, and Jo has some money to spend. It's Saturday, and Jo has some pocket money to spend.

It's Saturday, and Jo has some money to spend. So she and her mom go shopping, while Dad stays at home to make lunch. But what should she spend her money on? The cookies and cakes at Mrs Tomaselli's bakery look delicious but so do the rosy red apples at the fruit stand. Jo can't decide -- she'll have to wait and see. In the end, Jo finds a surprising and generous way to use her money which brings some unexpected rewards and the tale closes with an entertaining and ingenious twist. This is a beautifully told and sympathetic story set in the context of an interracial family and accompanied by Eileen Browne's bright, realistic illustrations that capture the happy bustle of a shopping expedition.
  • Iell
This book is really cute. I'm always looking for books with multicultural characters to add to my daughter's library, and this one is the latest one I found. It's set in England so some of the words they use are different than what we (Americans) use and that's something else that my daughter will find interesting as she gets older (she's 2). The story is very cute and has nothing to do with race (it's a little girl deciding what she wants to do with her money) but I like that so many cultures are represented. I'd recommend this book to everyone.
  • Shan
I grew up in South East London, where Jo and her family, as well as the author, hail from.

This book (along with Through My Window and In A Minute) really capture the London of my childhood (90s).

They are lovely stories which had many years of use when I was young, and now my daughter loves them too. The illustrations are fantastic. Extremely detailed with lots to look at. These have kept my daughter captivated since she was about 13 months old. They are still regularly read now she is two and a half, and I foresee them being a firm favourite for years to come.

I would say the books are aimed at around five years and up. Really good books for children when they are learning to read.

In this story, Jo and her Mum go in to town to post a parcel to her Gran for her birthday. Jo also has some pocket money she wants to spend! They stop off at various shops on the way and Jo is tempted to spend her money. She decides to "wait and see" what to spend her money on at each stop, which is just as well as when they reach the post office her Mum has forgotten her purse. Jo gives her the money to post her Grandma's parcel. On the way home all the shop keepers reward her kind gesture by giving her produce from their shops. Which is also just as well, as the neighbour's dog has eaten the lunch Jo's Dad had lovingly prepared when they were out!

I'd recommend this book to anyone with a little bookworm!