Pirate Pete

Author: Ladybird
Publisher: Ladybird Books
ISBN: 9780723299806
Size: 40.82 MB
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Pirate Pete is getting rid of his nappies and learning to use the potty like a big boy! Follow him on his potty training adventure and join in by colouring in the pages and adding stickers to the story.

Pirate Pete S Potty Sticker Activity Book

Author: Ladybird Ladybird
Publisher: Ladybird Books
ISBN: 9780723281573
Size: 32.67 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Pirate Pete is getting rid of his nappies and learning to use the potty like a big boy! Follow him on his potty training adventure and join in by adding stickers to the story.

Happy Mum Happy Baby

Author: Giovanna Fletcher
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1473651255
Size: 17.77 MB
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Eventually I stumbled across a book on the internet called Pirate Pete's Potty,
which had fab reviews. I bought it and just left it in Buzz's room. One night he
picked up the book and wanted to read it – it has an enticing sound button, so I'd
been hoping this would happen. We read it together and he cackled his way
through, joining in with the narrative and choosing a potty and pair of bigboy
pants from the ones illustrated – he went for the red frilly ones adorned with
hearts because they ...

Leading Practice In Early Years Settings

Author: Mary E Whalley
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780857253286
Size: 67.24 MB
Format: PDF
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One of the books, Sade has used is: Pirate Pete's Potty Book by Andrea
Pinnington (2009). In discussion with Caitlin, Sade is also sharing the nappy-
changing time and is using this time to make eye contact with Jado and talk to
him about the pre-school. REFLECTIVE TASK What strategies would you
implement to ensure your setting's practice was inclusive and met the specific
needs of the following children? ○ a girl with sensitive or troublesome skin; ○ a
child with Afro-braided and ...

Pirate Pete I M A New Big Brother

Author: Amanda Li
Publisher: Ladybird Books
ISBN: 9781409313748
Size: 18.91 MB
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This book is part of Ladybird's successful Pirate Pete and Princess Polly series, and is the perfect companion to Pirate Pete's Potty book.

Princess Polly S Potty

Author: Andrea Pinnington
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1409302199
Size: 78.47 MB
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This book is perfect for helping girls feel confident and motivated about using the potty. Princess Polly's Potty was written by Andrea Pinnington and illustrated by Melanie Williamson.

Pirate Mom

Author: Deborah Underwood
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 038537450X
Size: 72.22 MB
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Join Pete, whose mom has been hypnotized to believe she's actually a pirate, on his adventure to get his mom to remember who she really is!

Horn Book Guide

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Size: 80.74 MB
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After someone absconds with her potty, a desperate Suzy Sue interrogates the
farm animals. Meanwhile, they're mighty impressed with the little "poo-pot" they'
ve found ("No more stepping in poo / wherever we go!"). Better laid-out text would
've helped the book's rhymes flow, but they still pack a comic wallop, as do the
illustrations featuring animals trying to hold it in. nb Kennedy, Kim Pirate Pete's
Talk Like a Pirate 32 pp. Abrams isbn 978-0-8109-9348-8 $15.95 (4) Illustrated
by Doug ...

The Last Of The Demon Slayers

Author: Angie Fox
Publisher: Moose Island Books
ISBN: 1939661072
Size: 29.62 MB
Format: PDF
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Pirate thumped his butt on to the floor. “Flappy's not good at 'sit' and he doesn't
know how to 'fetch.' I thought I had him at 'play dead' till I realized he was
sleeping. But I know for a fact I told him to stay ... fried curses, beheaded a
werewolf. I ripped out the blackened heart of a fifthlevel demon, for Pete's sake.”
And I'd potty trained a busload of threeyearolds. I was actually more proud of that
than anything else. “Or wait. Did Grandma tell you about the spider?” I wouldn't
put it past her.