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  1. Ruby Red Shoes lives in a colourful caravan with her grandmother. Ruby is gentle and kind and cares for all living things, including plants and trees, animals and people. Ruby is also particularly fond of strawberry jam and peppermint tea. About the AuthorIllustrator and artist Kate Knapp is a graduate of the Queensland College of Art. Her design business ‘Twigseeds’ produces cards, prints, stationery and books. Ruby Red Shoes is Kate’s first picture book.
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  2. From one of Australia's finest writers for young people comes this evocative novel juxtaposing the inner life of three girls, the undercurrents of their parents' marriage and the political dramas of the adult world. The earth smelt strong to Matilda and full of things growing and dying all at the same time. She thought about the grey-green tangled bush at the end of her street, full of cowboys and Red Indians, waiting with their guns and their bows and arrows. She thought about the Japs and the Germans and the shining sword and chocolate biscuits, and the Argonauts sailing across the ocean, and the silver trail of snails on cardboard. She thought about the princess in the film, 'How do you do, so glad you could come, how do you do' and the wonderful butterfly bathroom and poor little Karen and her beautiful red shoes. She thought about the sad smiling man with his chess set and the newsreel and her tennis ball, up and up and up in the air, high as the tallest tree in the Basin, and Uncle Paul with his hands in his pockets, and her mother's red shoe falling down down down into the deep green bush for ever. Funny, tough-minded and tender, this is the story of Matilda and her two sisters growing up in Sydney in the 1950s at the time of the Petrov Affair. Punctuated by the headlines of the time, it shows with unsettling clarity how the large events of the world can impinge on ordinary lives.About the AuthorUrsula Dubosarksy is a multi-award winning novelist and one of Australia's finest writers for children. She was born in Sydney in 1961. After studying several languages at university, she taught French to primary school children. She then travelled to Israel where she spent one of her most memorable years on a kibbutz. Since 1989, Ursula has published many award-winning books including The White Guinea-Pig, The First Book of Samuel, High Hopes and Abyssinia. Her work is recognised overseas as well as in Australia: the Cambridge Guide to Children's Books in English des
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  3. When Grandpa decides to buy Jessie a new pair of shoes for winter, the rest of the family join in with offers of new socks, skirt, blouse, sweater coat, scarf, hat and mittens. Jessie doesn’t want to be mean, but all she really wants is a new pair of…
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  4. Once there was an emu wearing one red shoe, Who set out on a walk just like emus do, Leaving from the town they call Tullabaloo… Why was that emu wearing one red shoe? Follow all the animals in this fun singalong mystery from favourite Aussie singer-songwriter John Field and award-winning illustrator David Legge.
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  5. Emma and the Mystery Shoes follows Emma on a tale of discovery as she has a wonderful day searching for the best way to use her new sparkly shoes.
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  6. Once upon a time, there was a princess who owned thousands of shoes. For every dress she owned she had many matching pairs of shoes. But still the princess felt something was missing - she just didnt know what. Then, one day, she saw a woman...
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  7. PreSchool-Grade 1 A slight episode about a navy-blue cat, new white shoes, and maintaining a positive outlook. Pete the Cat strolls down the street singing, I love my white shoes, I love my white shoes, I love my white shoes. Then he steps in (actually climbs up) a huge hill of strawberries that turn his pristine sneakers red. Did Pete cry? Goodness, no! He kept walking along and singing his song. I love my red shoes.... He proceeds to step in a mound of blueberries and then a mud puddle, each incident changing his sneakers to a new hue (the colors never blend). Unsmiling but placid, Pete takes it all in stride. After stepping into a bucket more like a tub of water, he notices that his sneakers are not only white again, but also wet. Even though they are back to their original color, the next illustration perplexingly shows Pete walking along with each shoe sporting one of the four colors highlighted in the book. Bright, childlike illustrations show the long-limbed feline regularly altering his footwear but continuing not to watch where he's walking. The moral of the story keep going no matter what happens to you in life may sound like good advice, but it doesn't instill any sense of power in children it just tells them to accept their fate. The downloadable song might help spark interest, but there's not much here to get excited about. Maryann H. Owen, Racine Public Library, WI Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.Pete the Cat goes walking down the street wearing his brand new white shoes. Along the way, his shoes change from white to red to blue to brown to WET as we steps in piles of strawberries, blueberries and other big messes! But no matter what color his shoes are are, Pete keeps movin' and groovin' and singing his song...because it's all good.Ages: 3 - 7
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  8. A beautiful hardback gift edition of the beloved children's book BALLET SHOES, featuring the classic illustrations by Ruth Gervis. Elegantly designed with a cloth-bound cover and ribbon embellishment, this is the perfect present for young dancers and readers, or for any lover of classics. BALLET SHOES is the story of Pauline, Petrova and Posy Fossil, three very different girls who were each adopted as an orphaned baby by the eccentric explorer, Gum. After leaving the children in the care of his niece Sylvia in London, he returns to exploring, promising to come back in five years' time. At first, the girls lead privileged and sheltered lives in the comfort of wealth. But after five years go by and Gum fails to return, Sylvia's money starts to run out. Things begin to look bleak for Sylvia and the Fossil girls until they hit on an inspired idea: Pauline, Petrova and Posy will take to the stage. But it's not long before the Fossils learn that there's more to being a star than they thought. Originally published in 1936, Noel Streatfeild's BALLET SHOES is a story of family, friendship and growing up that stands the test of time and is loved by generations.
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  9. One, Two, Buckle My Shoe
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  10. There Was an Old Woman (Who Lived in a Shoe)
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  11. Shoe Shoe Baby owns the best shoe shop in town where every kind of footwear you could dream of can be found under one roof. Shoe Shoe Baby sells shoes to make you taller, shoes that hoot, speedy boots and shoes that put a spring in your step. But what does she dream of when it's time to sleep?
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  12. The country bunny attains the exalted position of Easter Bunny in spite of her responsibilities as the mother of twenty-one children. It is difficult to believe that this very modern feminist tale was originally written in 1939. A gem of a fantasy in which kindness and cleverness win out over size and brawn. -- Learning Magazine
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  13. Tonight the mirror swept us into Cinderella's fairy tale. Now, we are NOT messing this story up. No way. Cinderella is going to marry her prince just like she's supposed to. Uh-oh. Cinderella broke her foot and there's massive swelling. The glass slipper won't fit, the prince won't know she's the one for him, and they won't live happily ever after. And it's all our fault! To save the day we'll need to: - Learn how to use a dustpan - Stay out of jail - Find Cinderella a job - And make sure true love finds its way. We just have to get it all done before the clock strikes twelve and the chance for a happily ever after is gone . . . forever!
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  14. :Eric Litwinis a guitar-strumming, song-singing, banjo-picking, tale-telling, song-writing, national-award-winning, music-producing, fun, folksy type of guy. He loves to blend song and story together and is inspired by the depth and simplicity of folk songs and folktales. Eric is a popular performer, delighting thousands of children and families every year. He has recorded two award-winning children's music CDs. James Dean's art has sold in more than ninety galleries and shops across the United States. He has devoted his paintings to Pete the Cat for ten years and has turned his natural love for cats into his life's work. James published his first adult book, The Misadventures of Pete the Cat, a history of his artwork, in 2006. James lives in Savannah, Georgia, with his wife, four cats, and one dog.
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  15. Caillou is growing, and his shoes are too small now. Mommy takes him to the store to buy a new pair. On the way, he sees Sarah running really fast. That makes Caillou want a pair of shoes to run in. First, the salesman has to measure his feet. Caillou picks just the right pair and he shows Sarah how fast he can run. Become a star reader with Caillou! Based on a popular episode of Caillou, this story introduces basic reading skills to beginning readers. Ideal for shared reading and spotting sight words. This title levels GRL F and Lexile 160L
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  16. This best-selling title offers an ingenious approach to teaching little ones to tie their shoes. Inside, irresistible rhyming text guides children through the process step-by-step. Red lace, yellow lace, Here's how you begin: Make an X but leave a space, To poke the red lace in. Sunny full-color illustrations demonstrate the steps and, the most fun...children can follow along on a model shoe with real laces! A gentle and engaging lesson that also challenges toddlers' hand-eye coordination.
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  17. When Grandpa decides to buy Jessie a new pair of shoes for winter, the rest of the family join in with offers of new socks, skirt, blouse, sweater coat, scarf, hat and mittens. Jessie doesn't want to be mean, but all she really wants is a new pair of...
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  18. Katrina wants to know ore about God: Mama, what does God wear? Does God like to paint? Does God ever cry, Papa? Her parents' responses, based on the Psalms, help Katrina to know God in ways that are very real to her.Poetic text and bright impressionistic illustrations combine beautifully to make this a gentle and affirming picture book that will encourage a child's exploration of God. Ideal for reading aloud.
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