Bébé Koala va prendre son bain. Allistair le hamster ne l'entend pas de cette oreille et refuse de plonger dans la baignoire...
Bébé Koala accompagne les enfants de 2 à 5 ans dans leurs apprentissages ! Un livre ludique et complet pour grandir avec Bébé Koala en découvrant les formes, les couleurs, les contraires, les lettres, les chiffres, le corps humain, les moments de la journée, les saisons, les animaux ou encore les transports...
Bébé Koala à la neige
Author: Nadia Berkane
Publisher: Hachette Enfants
Bébé Koala, le petit personnage préféré des 18 mois - 4 ans. Cet hiver, Bébé Koala et Allistair passent leurs premières vacances aux sports d'hiver... Bonshommes de neige, descentes en luge, premiers cours de ski et batailles de boules de neige... Ils vont bien s'amuser...!
Bébé Koala - Le doudou
Author: Nadia Berkane
Publisher: Hachette Enfants
Bébé Koala a perdu Poulette, son doudou ! Allistair le hamster mène l'enquête pour le retrouver. Mais il n'est ni dans la chambre, ni dans la cuisine, ni dans le jardin. Où se cache donc Poulette ?
Retrouve dans ce recueil 7 histoires amusantes de Bébé Koala et de son petit hamster, Allistair. Une histoire à découvrir chaque soir de la semaine, avant de faire de beaux rêves !
Includes, 1982-1995: Les Livres du mois, also published separately.
Author: Roger Hargreaves
Mr. Birthday is very good at organizing birthday parties. He likes to make sure that everyone he knows has a party on his or her birthday. But there seems to be an important birthday coming up that Mr. Birthday knows nothing about . . .
When Little Miss Naughty meets the Good Fairy, she sure is in for a surprise! Little Miss Naughty always wants to be . . . well, naughty. So she steals the Good Fairy’s wand and tries to ruin all the Mr. Men’s and Little Misses’ days! But she is surprised when everything keeps turning out for the best. And really, what fun is that?
The Indian Media Business
Author: Vanita Kohli-Khandekar
Publisher: SAGE Publishing India
The Indian Media Business, Fourth Edition gives you detailed analysis, perspective and information on eight segments of the media business in India—print, TV, film, radio, music, digital, outdoor, and events. It presents the business history, current dynamics, regulation, economics, technology, valuations, case studies, trends (Indian and global) and a clear sense of how the business operates. This book is a must-read for media professionals, students and for those planning to invest in the Indian media and entertainment business. The outstanding feature of the fourth edition is a new chapter on digital media—arguably, the first ever look at digital media from a comprehensive business perspective. This looks at everything from history to business dynamics and the major issues digital media faces in India. This edition tackles regulation with more detail than any of the previous ones. There is one large case study on the quality of regulation in India and several caselets such as the ones on copyright law, defamation law and how it works for social media. This edition also contains more caselets than the previous editions. There are caselets on the changes in readership methodology, on the trouble with news broadcasting and on the rising power of Hindi newspapers and the impact of digital on both print and TV among others.
From the moment Miss Payne (“The Hound of the Baskervilles, the English teacher from Hell. The Pitbull!”) walks into their classroom, Calma and Kiffo know she will have to go. After doing a bit of, well, teacher stalking, they are amazed to discover her having late-night rendezvous with suspicious associates. Could she be involved in the mob? The drug trade? How fabulous! But the more they work to prove Miss Payne is crooked, the more evidence they find of her innocence. Creeping hell! A teacher this heinous has got to be guilty of something—right? From the Hardcover edition.
Pip and Posy
Author: Axel Scheffler
Publisher: Candlewick Press
When Posy sees Pip riding his scooter in the park, she grabs it from him and tries to ride it, but since she has never ridden a scooter before she falls down and Pip must decide what to do.
That's Not My Penguin
Author: Fiona Watt, Rachel Wells
Publisher: Usborne Books
This delightful series of board books is aimed at very young children. The bright pictures, with their patches of different textures, are designed to develop sensory and language awareness. Babies and toddlers will love turning the pages and touching the feely patches.
Author: Katherine Pancol
Publisher: La Esfera de los Libros
Author: Amy Sackville
Following her wonderful debut, The Still Point, Sackville returns with a strangely beautiful short novel about love and sex and obsession. A literature professor marries his prize student, a woman forty years his junior, and at her request he takes her to the say for their honeymoon. He is embarked on his lifes work, a book about enchantment-narratives in literature, most all of them involving strange girls and women, but soon finds himself distracted by his own enchantment for his new white-haired young wife. They travel to the Orkney Islands, the ancient Mesolithic and Neolithic site north of the Scottish coast, “the Seal Islands, a barren place of extraordinary beauty. And as the days of their honeymoon pass his desire and his constant, yearning contemplation become his normality. His mysterious bride becomes his entire universe. He is consumed.