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Cool ways to remember stuff!

Advantages: A lovely coffee table book to browse at leisure, or when the need arises.
Disadvantages: None that I can see

THIRTY DAYS HAS SEPTEMBER Cool Ways to Remember Stuff I bought this book for my eight year old daughter last Christmas. I'm one of those awful parents who, along with nice toys and games, aim to provide at least a few educational gifts at spec ...

Elysia2003 07.12.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Thirty Days Has September - Chris Stevens

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Boo to bullies!

Advantages: Doesn't patronise children, plenty of talking points.
Disadvantages: Difficult to buy new, illustrations are old-fashioned.

Bullying: it's one of those things that should be left in the world of childish things. But all too often, it isn't. Very frequently, children who bully grow up to be adults who bully. Oftentimes, this is because the cause of their behaviour hasn't been r ...

tallulahbang 07.03.2011 · Read full review
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Review of No More Bullying! - Rosemary Stones

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Final in the trilogy, funny and sweet read.

Advantages: Nice ending to the trilogy. Funny and sweet novel.
Disadvantages: Not as gripping as I would like. Difficult to find.

Rainbow Road is the third in the trilogy of novels by Alex Sánchez. Followed by Rainbow High and Rainbow Road. Alex Sánchez is known for his novels following the troubles and highlights of gay teens. Story Rainbow Road follows the same structure as ...

Katien-111 20.06.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Rainbow Road - Alex Sanchez

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