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  1. When Mr Clicketty Cane plays his silly game All the kids in the street they like to do the same. Wash your face in orange juice! Join in the laughter with Peter Combe's catchy songs, brought to life with fun illustrations and a cast of quirky animal characters!
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  2. Andrew wants freckles. He wants to be like Nicky Lane, who has millions of them. If he had freckles like Nicky, then his mother would never notice when his neck was dirty. He wouldn't have to wash and he'd never be late for school. So when Andrew hears about the secret recipe for freckle juice, he's determined to try it . . .About the Author Judy Blume spent her childhood in Elizabeth, New Jersey, making up stories insider her head. She has spent her adult years in many places, doing the same thing, only now she writes her stories down on paper. More than 82 million copies of her books have been sold, in thirty-two languages. Her twenty-eight books have won many awards including the National Book Foundation's Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. Judy lives in Key West, Florida, and New York City with her husband. She loves her readers and is happy to hear from them. Emily Gravett has won the Kate Greenaway Medal twice with her books Wolves and Little Mouse's Big Book of Fears. An author-illustrator of unique talent and skill, she has a host of popular and critically acclaimed titles to her name including Dogs, Wolf Won't Bite! and Again! And is the illustrator of Cave Baby, written by Julia Donaldson. Emily lives in Brighton with her family and pet dogs.
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  3. Freckle Juice
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  4. The Juice Box Bully : Empowering Kids to Stand Up for Others
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  5. Jessie is learning to be polite. When she says ‘thank you’ it sounds a bit like ‘DA HOO’. When she says ‘please’ it sounds exactly like ‘PEAS’. One tea-time, Jessie and her older brother Ben are left with a new babysitter. When asked what she’d like to drink, Jessie replies, ‘Orange juice peas’, and that’s exactly what she gets! Followed by ‘milk peas’, ‘water peas’, and on it goes. Each time, Jessie fishes the peas out of her drink and cheeky Ben giggles, as the pile of peas on the table grows bigger and bigger… This is a hilarious story for young children, with a great sense of repetition. Lizzie Well’s bright, expressive illustrations perfectly capture the humour and Jessie’s increasing frustration at being misunderstood.
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  6. From the man who kickstarted the juice craze - sustained weight loss with 7 steps to health The quick and easy diet plan to help you lose weight and feel great! 'Thanks to my rollercoaster ride through diet fads and failed weight-loss attempts, I...
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  7. Too busy to eat healthily? Not any more! This little book is packed with delicious and nourishing smoothie and juice recipes that you can whip up in a jiffy - even in advance. All recipes are gluten free, dairy free and free of refined sugars....
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  8. Jessie is learning to be polite. When she says 'thank you' it sounds a bit like 'DA HOO'. When she says 'please' it sounds exactly like 'PEAS'. One tea-time, Jessie and her older brother Ben are left with a new babysitter. When asked what she'd like to drink, Jessie replies, 'Orange juice peas', and that's exactly what she gets! Followed by 'milk peas', 'water peas', and on it goes. Each time, Jessie fishes the peas out of her drink and cheeky Ben giggles, as the pile of peas on the table grows bigger and bigger... This is a hilarious story for young children, with a great sense of repetition. Lizzie Well's bright, expressive illustrations perfectly capture the humour and Jessie's increasing frustration at being misunderstood.
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  9. :Like her Newbery Award-winning Out of the Dust, Hesse once again celebrates a child's ability to extract beauty, pleasure and even signs of hope from her harsh surroundings. The opening image of Ma spreading grape jelly so thin on the sliced white bread you can hardly find the purple gives readers an immediate, vivid impression of the Faulstich family's poverty level. The simple, honest narrative of nine-year-old Justus (Juice) Faulstich matter-of-factly expresses her plethora of concerns: Pa is out of work again; Ma is pregnant and keeps having dizzy spells; and she herself has to repeat third grade because no matter how hard she tries, she simply can't learn to read. On top of that, the family must come up with back taxes amounting to $1000. The outside world may be cold and cruel (Poor as Job's turkey, that's what the church ladies say we are), but Juice doesn't let it overshadow the warmth of her home: We might not belong to anyone else in this whole world. But us Faulstiches, we belong to each other. Hesse's poignant story of a family faced with seemingly insurmountable hurdles is filled with small triumphs and momentary insights. Juice's resourcefulness and faith in her father set him onto a vocational path, but also lead her to the realisation that, as she learns to read, she may have to leave him behind: Pa and me, we've been careful tiptoeing around this particular secret. This brave heroine will pass the torch to readers everywhere; her courage is infectious. Ages 8-10. Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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  10. This book covers all the essential blending techniques, and has information on buying, using and maintaining juicers and blenders. There are also troubleshooting tips, advice on choosing the perfect ingredients, decorating and garnishing drinks,...
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  11. In Crazy Sexy Juice, wellness advocate and New York Times best-selling author Kris Carr teaches you everything you need to know about creating fresh, nutritious juices and smoothies, and creamy, indulgent nut and seed milks. With enough recipes to...
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  12. Green juices and smoothies are the go-to drink of the moment. They are fantastically healthy, packed with vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. And they're also much better for you in terms of sugar content and balanced energy levels. Christine...
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  13. With the help of healing raw foods and juices, Jamie went from hating her body to loving herself, from fear of food to an intense respect for it as �life�s fuel�. As a teenager, she was diagnosed with anorexia, and at 5� 7� and 85 lbs, she knew...
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  14. The Big Book of Juices is a new edition of Natalie Savona�s classic title � now with even more juices and smoothies and more than 250 photographs. It is founded on two basic principles. First, that juicing is easy if we simply adopt the habit of...
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  15. When Mr Clicketty Cane plays his silly game, All the kids in the street they like to do the same. Wash your face in orange juice! Join in the laughter with Peter Combes catchy songs, brought to life with fun illustrations and a cast of quirky animal characters! Includes three of Peter Combes most popular tunes: Wash Your Face in Orange Juice, Stuck in a Pizza and Spaghetti Bolognaise, all on a bonus CD!
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  16. When Mr Clicketty Cane plays his silly game, All the kids in the street they like to do the same. Wash your face in orange juice! Join in the laughter with Peter Combe's catchy songs, brought to life with fun illustrations and a cast of quirky animal characters!
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  17. Orange Juice Peas
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