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by Ivan Ripley,Jenny Ackland

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ISBN:
0198386478
Author:
Ivan Ripley,Jenny Ackland
Category:
Words Language & Grammar
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press (September 6, 2007)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1596 kb
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1629 kb
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1535 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
135


A new addition to the well-established At Home With workbook series from Oxford - Handwriting 1 is a curriculum-based workbook with step-by-step activities to practice the first handwriting skills of pencil grip, co-ordination and how to form letters accurately. At Home with Handwriting 1 contains first handwriting practice for children to do at home. Each page contains carefully levelled writing exercises for the 5-6 year old. The pages are clear, illustrated, and fun.

At Home With Handwriting book. Jenny Ackland, Ivan Ripley (Illustrator). First handwriting practice for children to do at home. Get A Copy.

At Home with Handwriting 1 contains first handwriting practice for children to do at home

At Home with Handwriting 1 contains first handwriting practice for children to do at home.

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Jenny Ackland, Ivan Ripley. At Home with Handwriting 2 contains handwriting practice for children to do at home

Jenny Ackland, Ivan Ripley. At Home with Handwriting 2 contains handwriting practice for children to do at home. Each page contains carefully levelled writing exercises for the 6-7 year old to improve their letter formation and practice joined up letters to write words. Working through these exercises is an easy way to boost children's confidence at school - the step-by-step activities are simple enough to work on their own, or equally perfect to do together with an adult giving encouragement.

At Home with Handwriting 1 (Paperback). Jenny Ackland (author) . At Home With Handwriting 1 is a fun activity workbook for children, aged 5-7 years, to do at home. Using a variety of tasks such as filling in missing letters and copying, children will establish a comfortable and efficient pencil grip, write correctly formed letters, and leave appropriate gaps between words. This book is ideal to build confidence in writing at primary school and can be followed with At Home With Handwriting 2. Publisher: Oxford University Press ISBN: 9780192733375 Number of pages: 32 Weight: 114 g Dimensions: 275 x 149 x 5 mm.

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At Home With Handwriting 1 is a fun activity workbook for children, aged 5-7 years, to do at home

At Home With Handwriting 1 is a fun activity workbook for children, aged 5-7 years, to do at home.

At Home With Handwriting 1 is a fun activity workbook for children, aged 5-7 years, to do at home. ISBN:978-0-19-273337-5. Издательство: "OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS" (2012). At Home with Handwriting 1.

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At Home with Handwriting 1 contains first handwriting practice for children to do at home. Each page contains carefully levelled writing exercises for the 5-6 year old. The pages are clear, illustrated, and fun. Working through these exercises is an easy way to boost children's confidence at school - the step-by-step activities are simple enough to work on their own, or equally perfect to do together with an adult giving encouragement.
  • Narim
Wodehouse is a master story teller.
  • Darksinger
If one appreciates P.G. Wodehouse, they will also appreciate this one as well. I got this as agift and the person was very pleased to receive it.
  • Alsardin
Great
  • Beanisend
While best known for his novels featuring Jeeves and Wooster, P.G. Wodehouse demonstrates his comic genius throughout all of his novels, and that genius is on constant display throughout "The Old Reliable". The tale is a laugh-out-loud funny look at a few poor down-and-out souls in Hollywood desperate to get their hands on some money to get themselves back on their feet. And since everyone turns to Wilhelmina "Bill" Shannon to solve all of their problems, she has garnered the title nickname, the Old Reliable, for her quick thinking and ingenious plans.

Bill Shannon is down on her luck, having been fired from the Hollywood production firm she worked for, forced to live with her sister (former silent screen star and loaded widow Adela Shannon). She pays for her room and board by writing her sister's dull memoirs and trying to think of ways she can get back on her feet. Smedley Cork, Adela's brother-in-law has spent all of his money and must rely upon his sister-in-law for his keep which leads to a very boring existence. Joe Davenport, Bill's former colleague who was also recently fired, wants desperately to marry Bill's niece, if only he had some money and if only she would ever say yes to his proposals. When Smedley finds a diary belonging to the sensational star who used to live in Adela's mansion, everyone believes their problems are solved, and that the sale of the diary will make all of their dreams come true. But not if Adela and a certain sneaky former safeblowing English butler have anything to say about it.

"The Old Reliable" is a short, fast-paced read, full of Wodehouse's trademark wit and humor. The narrative is peppered with Hollywood references and quotes from Shakespeare. Readers will recognize some plot elements from other Wodehouse novels, but will still enjoy the "what else could possibly happen" scenes that Wodehouse concocts in an effort to make a happy and entertaining ending for everyone involved, except perhaps Adela.
  • Era
When P G Wodehouse's stories are mentioned most readers think of Jeeves and Wooster, stately English houses set in the countryside. The Hollywood home of an aging silent film star does not spring to mind but in this most unlikely setting Wodehouse has managed to create his own special sort of madness. Populating this mansion was the owner, Adela, her unfortunate brother-in-law who she had to support, her long suffering, but reliable, sister Wilhelmina (Bill), who was writing Adela's memoirs and supervising the staff, the butler Phipps. When Adela's niece, Kay and Bill's former protege Joe arrive complications begin to abound involving a missing diary, a shady past and more than one romance.

Wodehouse has managed to transport a bit of his own slapstick version of England as it never was to early Hollywood with his familiar results. As always the plot is deliciously complicated, full of unlikely but fortuitous coincidences and happy endings. Even without Jeeves or a stately English estate this is a delightful addition to the Wodehouse canon that any fan will not want to miss.
  • Nekora
I finished this book in two sittings - I had to have my dinner in between. As in each of his books, PGW weaves a clever plot into the tale, full of twists and turns. There is then the usual lot - boy proposed to girl, girl rejects him, girl accepts him in the end. As I read this book as the fifth of a collection of five complete novels of Wodehouse, I could find lot of similar points between the various stories. A scheming butler, girl accepts boy after feeling sorry for him... the same stuff I had read before. This reduced my impression of Wodehouse, but nevertheless, he continues to be my favorite writer. The central character, The Old Reliable, 'Bill' Shannon is a woman on amazing intelligence. She outwits the plotting, double crossing butler, gets two true lovers together, outbosses her overbearing sister and manages to get thirty thousand dollars for her to-be-husband and herself. A tale set in Early Hollywood, where everyone and anyone aspires to be an actor, where money is the keystone of life. Read on!
  • Runehammer
Wodehouse is a master.