B b Koala la piscine
Youpi ! Papa et Maman emmènent toute la famille à la piscine. Et il y a même... un grand, un très grand toboggan ! Bébé Koala et Allistair oseront-ils y monter ?
B b Koala Mon imagier pour grandir
Bébé Koala accompagne les enfants de 2 à 5 ans dans leurs apprentissages ! Un livre ludique et complet pour grandir avec Bébé Koala en découvrant les formes, les couleurs, les contraires, les lettres, les chiffres, le corps humain, les moments de la journée, les saisons, les animaux ou encore les transports...
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Learn about Koalas, where they live and why it is almost always in a tree.
The Red Fairy Book
THE TWELVE DANCING PRINCESSES THE PRINCESS MAYBLOSSOM SORIA MORIA CASTLE THE DEATH OF KOSHCHEI THE DEATHLESS THE BLACK THIEF AND KNIGHT OF THE GLEN. THE MASTER THIEF BROTHER AND SISTER PRINCESS ROSETTE THE NORKA THE WONDERFUL BIRCH JACK AND THE BEANSTALK THE LITTLE GOOD MOUSE GRACIOSA AND PERCINET THE THREE PRINCESSES OF WHITELAND THE VOICE OF DEATH THE SIX SILLIES KARI WOODENGOWN DRAKESTAIL THE RATCATCHER THE TRUE HISTORY OF LITTLE GOLDEN HOOD THE GOLDEN BRANCH THE THREE DWARFS DAPPLEGRIM THE ENCHANTED CANARY THE TWELVE BROTHERS RAPUNZEL THE NETTLE SPINNER FARMER WEATHERBEARD MOTHER HOLLE MINNIKIN BUSHY BRIDE SNOWDROP THE GOLDEN GOOSE THE SEVEN FOALS THE MARVELLOUS MUSICIAN THE STORY OF SIGURD
The Snow Queen
You must attend to the commencement of this story, for when we get to the end we shall know more than we do now about a very wicked hobgoblin; he was one of the very worst, for he was a real demon. One day, when he was in a merry mood, he made a looking-glass which had the power of making everything good or beautiful that was reflected in it almost shrink to nothing, while everything that was worthless and bad looked increased in size and worse than ever. The most lovely landscapes appeared like boiled spinach, and the people became hideous, and looked as if they stood on their heads and had no bodies. Their countenances were so distorted that no one could recognize them, and even one freckle on the face appeared to spread over the whole of the nose and mouth. The demon said this was very amusing. When a good or pious thought passed through the mind of any one it was misrepresented in the glass; and then how the demon laughed at his cunning invention. All who went to the demon's school- for he kept a school- talked everywhere of the wonders they had seen, and declared that people could now, for the first time, see what the world and mankind were really like. They carried the glass about everywhere, till at last there was not a land nor a people who had not been looked at through this distorted mirror. They wanted even to fly with it up to heaven to see the angels, but the higher they flew the more slippery the glass became, and they could scarcely hold it, till at last it slipped from their hands, fell to the earth, and was broken into millions of pieces. But now the looking-glass caused more unhappiness than ever, for some of the fragments were not so large as a grain of sand, and they flew about the world into every country. When one of these tiny atoms flew into a person's eye, it stuck there unknown to him, and from that moment he saw everything through a distorted medium, or could see only the worst side of what he looked at, for even the smallest fragment retained the same power which had belonged to the whole mirror. Some few persons even got a fragment of the looking-glass in their hearts, and this was very terrible, for their hearts became cold like a lump of ice. A few of the pieces were so large that they could be used as window-panes; it would have been a sad thing to look at our friends through them. Other pieces were made into spectacles; this was dreadful for those who wore them, for they could see nothing either rightly or justly. At all this the wicked demon laughed till his sides shook- it tickled him so to see the mischief he had done. There were still a number of these little fragments of glass floating about in the air, and now you shall hear what happened with one of them.
Texts from Mittens
Presents a collection of humorous text conversations between a cat and his owner.
A la conqu te des femmes
Ce livre énumère les forces en jeu en dressant le portrait minutieux des duellistes : enfance, éducation, religion, formation, influences, mentors, femmes, premiers pas politiques, traversées du désert, méthode, amis et ennemis, zones d'ombre, manies cachées et stratégie... Une biographie comparative qui éclaire d'un jour nouveau l'avenir de la France. Alexandre Kara a été journaliste à Europe 1 et Paris Match. Il est aujourd'hui grand reporter à France 2 où depuis 2007 il couvre l'actualité de l'Élysée.
The street art book
An insider's tour of the works and studios of some of the world's forefront street artists examines the materials, techniques, and neighborhoods that shape urban art, in a tribute that includes coverage of such artists as Scrawl Collective, Blek le Rat, and Michael De Feo. Original. 20,000 first printing.
I Love You Always
I Love You When is an ode to motherly love that approaches a timeless topic with elegant simplicity and refreshing honesty. With a simple question, "Mom, will you love me my whole life?" Archibald sparks the most honest and relatable of answers from his mother, who goes on to tell her son about all the moments in life through which she loves him. "I love you when you behave and when your good behavior doesn't last" and "I love you when you look your best and when you're feeling your worst" are some of the scenes author Astrid Desbordes and illustrator Pauline Martin succeed in depicting with heartwarming candidness. A refreshing take on a timeless subject, I Love You When beautifully recounts a mother's unconditional love for her child."