A lively story, vivid artwork, and fifty talented lizards will help young readers master the skill of counting by fives and tens as groups of late lizards show up just before the curtain goes up on their live performance. Simultaneous.
Learn about alliteration through easy, engaging text andcolorful photographs.Additional features to aid comprehension include logical narratives, bolded key words, detailed photographs, an answer key, sources for furtherresearch, and an introduction to the author.
Wizards with Lizardsand witches in britches.This batty bookwill have you in stitches. Fun jokes, rhymes and riddlesabout broomsticks and bats.Ogres, big noses,goblins and cats!Crazy book titles,plus doctors galore...Grab hold of this book andyou'll laugh till you're sore!
Luigi must save the King from the devious Morton Koopa - and only the reader can make the choices that allow him to beat Morton and the rest of the Koopa Kids. There are codes to crack, puzzles to solve and mazes to conquer.
"Imagine a giant reptile that stands ten feet long and weighs more than three hundred pounds. Imagine a reptile with three eyes. Actually, you don't have to imagine them. You'll find them in Leaping Lizards!"--Back cover.
Plastic lizards come to life in this spooky tale that’s perfect for middle-grade readers and comes with a toy. When Jake Johnson hears about the Crispy Crunchy Cocoa Flakes Win-a-Bike Sweepstakes, it sounds like the contest of his dreams. All he needs to win the Mean Green Lizard Machine Mountain Bike is one more toy lizard from a box of Cocoa Flakes. Jake has been tormenting and teasing his sister with the toy lizards, but it looks as if Dee Dee will have the last laugh when she opens a box of Cocoa Flakes and finds the last, contest-winning lizard—the one Jake needs. Just as Jake gets his hands on the last lizard, things take an eerie, unexpected, and frightening turn. Who could have ever imagined that a few ordinary toy lizards from a cereal box could suddenly turn into a living, breathing army of miniature monsters, capable of wreaking havoc on the entire Johnson household? Can Jake outwit the terrifying toys and save his family?
As the most comprehensive new media industry directory, this guide profiles hundreds of computer graphics, animation, and multimedia companies in the United States and Canada. Researched categories include areas of specialisation, number of employees, description of company achievements, mailing addresses, phone and fax numbers, and Web addresses.
Taking a modern approach to teaching standard microeconomic theory, this text uses a number of carefully selected, real-life examples - both domestic and international - from today's headlines to help facilitate students' understanding of core economic concepts. All mathematical equations and calculations are addressed in Maths Notepad features as well as in occasional calculus references in selected appendices. The text brings the modern theory of the firm-transaction costs, the agency problem, search theory, asymmetric information, game theory and bilaterals contracting - into the standard discussion of firms and markets, while also incorporating results from finance literature on how markets adjust to risk and uncertainty, including the roles of futures and swap markets.
The average reptile owner has two or three reptile pets, not necessarily of the same species, and needs one book that will answer all their questions. What can you expect from a reptile as a pet? How do you set up a habitat for a desert snake or a rain forest frog? What should you feed these most finicky eaters? There are also tips on avoiding salmonella, advice about handling your pet and a section on what to do if you are bitten. The most comprehensive information on every aspect of the subject is presented in an easily-accessible, quick, fun format.