Instead, he has created an emotional roller-coaster. Neither Blake nor Schofield have fantastical super powers — but they possess courage, dignity and honour in abundance. Which ensures that audiences of all ages will remember those who lost their lives for our freedom.
The blue fairy that sent Cynthia on her way to Hollywood. After Cynthia Erivo won a Tony award for her performance in The Color Purple on Broadway — in a role she originated in her home town of London — she thought she might be asked to do something exciting in the West End. Or land a juicy TV role. They asked if she was aiming to be an understudy. The movie tells the story of Harriet Tubman, the freedom fighter who used daredevil tactics to free slaves.
Erivo puts her success down to her mother, Edith, who moved to London from her home in Nigeria when she was I was in the car! Erivo trained for months to have enough stamina to carry off the more athletic moments in Harriet. Two years ago after her Broadway success she sang at the Oscars Ball. Search for a perfect boyfriend. Ah, how divine!
She and her classmates are all hoping to attract husbands whose credit is good. Well, hello, lolly! The Hello, Dolly! Imedla Staunton pictured above is starring in The Hello, Dolly!
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Illustrations by Victor Ambrus put the finishing touches to a little gem. High quality cream paper and a special easy to read font ensure a smooth read for all. About the Little Gems series: Little Gems are in a gorgeous new chunky format, with high-spec production including coloured endpapers and jacketed flaps with activities. Additional features include high quality cream paper, Barrington Stoke font and illustrations on every page. They are perfect for 's. These quality stories promote good reading practice for all newly independent readers.
Interest Age No-one knows better than Julia Donaldson how to tell a story for young readers.
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There are three fairy tales in this appealing collection, each told simply but with a bounce and narrative brio that will keep the pages turning and readers eager to know what happens next. Colour illustrations by Peter Bailey catch all the atmosphere as well as the action and add to the charm.
This bright lively collection is a perfect book for children just reading on their own and ready to build up reading stamina. Elmo and his sister want to move to the run down house with the overgrown garden. Instead, their parents choose to buy the house next door. Luckily, Elmo and his sister can still play in the jungle as the house remains empty.
But, when new owner arrives, it looks as if their fun will be over It's beautifully packaged and illustrated by the wonderful Hannah Shaw. Mrs Button runs a shop — the nicest thing about it, she says, is the people — Mr Button runs the post office. The story is set in the days before text messages, emails, the internet and if you want to send a message urgently, a telegram is the way to do it. Young Billy Button longs to be a telegram boy, delivering those important messages on a shiny red bicycle.
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With short sentences, lots of repetition, and jolly colour illustrations by Jamie Smith, this is just right for newly independent readers. Interest Age When a tiny dragon escapes from the pages of the story he has been reading, Patrick can hardly believe his eyes. But when a White Knight on a charger follows, Patrick soon finds himself playing a very big part in the story!
One of our Dyslexia Friendly Books of the Year - Interest Age When a tiny dragon escapes from the pages of the story he has been reading, Patrick can hardly believe his eyes. Interest Age Everyone knows that footballers are super-superstitious and when things suddenly start going wrong for the Saints, they decide their team is under a curse.
The question is, what can they do to lift it? The action flows, both on the pitch and in the dressing room, and the story feels as real and authentic as a pair of muddy football boots. A winner! So when they notice a sad boy in the audience and find out his granny has gone missing, they set about finding her, using some of their circus skills in the process. The toads provide the backdrop to a thoroughly enjoyable tale of friendship, inter-school horticultural rivalry and the fall and rise of an umbrella emporium.
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