Juvenile Fiction

Witch Snitch

Author: Sibéal Pounder

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 288

View: 312

Tiga and friends are famous throughout Sinkville for their part in the Witch Wars competition, but there's so much more of Sinkville to discover! Now, Ritzy City's Top Witch Peggy Pigwiggle has asked Tiga and Fran to make a TV documentary about the most interesting witches in town – with Fluffanora helping out as fashion adviser. But whilst Tiga enjoys making the documentary, she can't help but feel there's something going on behind her back ... This hilarious companion story sits alongside the main Witch Wars series as a standalone title, and is full of character profiles, facts and activities to fascinate fans and give them everything they need to create their very own Witch Wars party.

Big Book of Tongue Twisters

Author: Nilam Pathak

Publisher: Aegis India PL


Category: Education

Page: 152

View: 366

A small percentage of people have clear pronunciation in oral communication. Everyone knows about its importance, but are unable to put required efforts to improve their pronunciation in their spoken language. Most people also lack the required tools and techniques to bring clarity in their speech. This book would act as one of the tools to bridge the gap to achieve exceptional oratory from basic or below average levels. Quality in words pronunciation is appreciated by all, irrespective of the spoken language. That is necessary for fine and effective speech, which is required in all professional and personal endeavors. Many capable people fail to achieve their potential due to lack of good communication skills. An effective way to deliver the ideas and messages is a must for personal and professional success. This fact had always been correct, it is true now and it will remain valid in the distant future. According to Oxford dictionary a ‘Tongue Twister’ is “a sequence of words or sounds, typically of an alliterative kind, that is difficult to pronounce quickly and correctly, as, for example, ‘tie twine to three tree twigs’.” We have created and collected a large list of alliteration and tongue twisters for the readers looking for speech challenges and fun.
Juvenile Fiction

Witch Tricks

Author: Sibéal Pounder

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 288

View: 617

Felicity Bat's cool big sister, Idabelle, is always up to no good, but when Tiga and Fluffanora are invited to join her secret clique, The Points, they can't resist. But soon they realise that Idabelle doesn't really want to make friends. She's using them – and a bit of magic – to bring back the infamous outlaw witch gang, the Ritzy Six! Tiga and Fluffanora are going to need all the help they can get to magic history's most mischievous witches back to the past. Unfortunately, Felicity Bat is furious with them and Fran is just a teensy bit busy starring in the TV wrestling event of the century ... FAIRY FIGHTZ! Join all your favourite Witch Wars witches on their sixth adventure!

Snitchy Witch

Author: Frank J Sileo

Publisher: Magination Press



Page: 32

View: 676

Tattling is an all too familiar occurrence among children that can have harmful impacts on friends and relationships. This spellbinding story encourages children to examine the difference between snitching and telling, and the impact of their words on others.

October Holiday

Author: Stephen P. Adams

Publisher: Moody Pub


Category: Fiction

Page: 373

View: 797

In this futuristic novel, readers are escorted to a time when Halloween is the most celebrated holiday--when spiritism thrives and law enforcement takes the day off. Criminals, however, are working hard, and it's during this time that Judge Neal McBride presides over a case that not only changes his life--but threatens it.
Juvenile Fiction

Flowers for the Wicked Witch

Author: Hanna Kraan

Publisher: Front Street Incorporated


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 123

View: 168

The continuing adventures of a not-quite-so-wicked witch who lives in the forest with an owl, a hare, and a hedgehog.


Author: Packages

Publisher: Packages


Category: History

Page: 510

View: 466

This book investigates the history of capital punishment across the world, and the fascinating lives and careers of the people who are employed to deliver the ultimate penalty.
Horror tales

The Ultimate Witch

Author: Byron Preiss

Publisher: Dell


Category: Horror tales

Page: 360

View: 767

Gathers stories about witches by Tanith Lee, Ray Bradbury, Jane Yolen, and Karl Edward Wagner
Current Events

Snitch Culture

Author: Jim Redden



Category: Current Events

Page: 235

View: 362

Welcome to 'Snitch Culture,' a detailed analysis of how the growing surveillance of individuals has created a society far more insidious and pervasive than anything George Orwell ever imagined. Based primarily on the experience in the United States, but equally relevant to the United Kingdom and Europe, the book reveals the enormous energy, effort and money that is being put into creating a vast domestic intelligence network to track every man, woman and child. A fascinating insight into the world of 'big brother'.

Dead Witch Walking

Author: Kim Harrison

Publisher: HarperCollins UK


Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 293

From New York Times best-selling author, Kim Harrison, comes the first book in her brilliant series, The Hollows; packed with vampires, werewolves and witches - don’t miss out on the sexiest urban fantasy you’ll read this year.

Art and Writing Throughout the Year

Author: Merrill Watrous

Publisher: Lake Publishing Company


Category: Art

Page: 204

View: 739

Art and writing throughout the year is an imaginative teaching resource that weaves together writing, literature, and art in a way that gets children totally involved in the creative process. It includes nineteen thematic units-each with clear instructions for implementing the projects, reproducible writing plans for primary and middle grades, and related art projects to complete with reproducible pattern pages.

The 5th Witch

Author: Graham Masterton



Category: Fiction

Page: 325

View: 296

A crime cartel is using four witches to hold L.A. in a grip of fear. No one can stop them except the 5th witch. Original.
English language

Word Families

Author: Don McCabe



Category: English language

Page: 359

View: 270


The Harlem Snitch Trials

Author: Seth Mielke

Publisher: Seth Mielke


Category: Fiction

Page: 116

View: 508

The Harlem Snitch Trials includes several short, terrifying horror stories. The Which A young boy goads his friend into searching for a witch, out in the woods. What could go wrong? Telephone "I'm not insane, you know . . ." The Boogeyman A boy is willing to try anything to save his sister from The Boogeyman. Corn A can of sweetcorn. A terrible tragedy. 3:33 A man wakes up from a nightmare. All he wants is a glass of water. The Academy What happens when you get out of line at The Academy? What happens when you retire? Lunch Lady 6'4" and 480 pounds. Pain and suffering. That's what's on the menu. Like-Minded A family of four hangs from the tree in their front yard. This is nothing new in Badville. Paranormal (from Hayveland) Two sisters record 'fake' paranormal activity in their new home.