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Specky Magee and the Season of Champions, Arena, Felice; Lyon, Garry
1 Arena, Felice; Lyon, Garry Specky Magee and the Season of Champions
Australia Puffin 2004 0143300628 / 9780143300625 Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
223 pages. Simon 'Specky' Magee and his Under 14s football team, the Booyong High Lions, return to battle out the second half of their league's season. The Lions are playing well and Specky's form is looking good - perhaps good enough to win a scholarship to a prestigious sporting school. But a knee injury sees him sidelined, and suddenly his future is filled with uncertainty. Will his team make it to the finals without him? Will he be able to play if they do? And how is he going to impress the talent scout if he can't play footy? Meanwhile, he'll have to deal with his rival and worst enemy, Screamer Johnson, and he will meet the mysterious Tiger Girl and the Great McCarthy. Join Specky Magee as he finds out why there's more to being a champion than just being a legend on the field. For upper primary and lower secondary school age children. 
Price: 9.50 AUD
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Poems by Young Australians 2004: the best entries from the 2004 Taronga Foundation Poetry Prize, Bale, Josephine et al
2 Bale, Josephine et al Poems by Young Australians 2004: the best entries from the 2004 Taronga Foundation Poetry Prize
Australia Random House 2004 0759320365 / 9780759320369 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
xvi + 95 indexed pagespages including illustrations s and foreword by Bradley Trevor Greive. Here is a collection to share and enjoy uathe very best poems by young people, for young people. This anthology of winning and commended poems from the 2004 Taronga Foundation Poetry Prize is both a delight and a revelation, showcasing the remarkable talent of poets from 8 to 19 years of age. The brainchild of bestselling author Bradley Trevor Greive, the Taronga Foundation Poetry Prize was launched in 2003 - a chance for young people to get creative, get writing and get published. The competition brings together two themes that have been linked throughout history - poetry and nature. Both are under threat, and both are passions of author Bradley Trevor Greive. 'Nature has always been one of the greatest inspirations for poetry. In fact, it is virtually impossible to appreciate the beauty and wonder of nature without a love of poetry.' Bradley Trevor Greive. For primary students. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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Wrecked! Mysteries and Disasters at Sea, Bassett, Jan
3 Bassett, Jan Wrecked! Mysteries and Disasters at Sea
Australia Allen & Unwin 1996 1864480890 / 9781864480894 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
96 indexed pages including b/w and colour illustrations. Fabulous treasure lost for 300 years; mutineers chained to the ship's deck; a rescue on horseback; bodies vanished in a blowhole. These extraordinary stories of danger and heroism at sea chart the extremes of human experience. For primary and secondary school students. Covered in adhesive plastic. Shipwreck stories and miraculous rescues After long months of sailing across the oceans, navigating by sun and stars, there on the horizon is the new land. But wild seas, jagged rocks and coral reefs snared many a ship before it could reach safety. How many people drowned when the Cataraqui smashed into rocks off King Island? Find out how the 'graveyard' and treasure of the Batavia was uncovered after 300 years; how Captain Bligh and his castaways suffered in an open boat after the mutiny on the Bounty; how two people survived the wreck of the Loch Ard when everyone else perished. Did Eliza Fraser owe her life to the Aborigines? How do you explain the ancient wreck before the arrival of Captain Cook? Unbelievable but true, these extraordinary stories of disaster and rescue at sea chart the extremes of human experience - from brutality and madness to heroic courage and endurance. 
Price: 29.00 AUD
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Reading, Writing and Arithmetic in 1950, 2000 and 2050, Bock, Brian;Taylor, Lee
4 Bock, Brian;Taylor, Lee Reading, Writing and Arithmetic in 1950, 2000 and 2050
Australia Book House 2001 1740181662 / 9781740181662 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
250 pages including illustrations. This book straddles the second and third millennia, looking back with affection at the children who went through the State educational system in Victoria half a century ago, and forward to a better education system for children born forty years hence. The thrust of the ideas in this book is that education systems may be slowly evolving to allow for the individual needs of the individual children in their care. As a primary teacher in the Victorian State system in the early 1950s, the accuracy of Brian Bock’s word pictures makes me want to laugh and cry at the same time. 
Price: 15.00 AUD
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Literacy Evaluation: Issues and Practicalities: Issues and Practicalities, Bouffler, Chrystine (editor)
5 Bouffler, Chrystine (editor) Literacy Evaluation: Issues and Practicalities: Issues and Practicalities
Australia PETA 1992 0711916705 / 9780711916708 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 8vo 
116 pages. The increasing pressure for greater accountability which has accompanied recent economic changes has put assessment high on the educational agenda. There are four major groups requiring performance information: students, teachers, parents and educational systems. This book surveys some of the recent developments in language assessment, both in Australia and overseas, which attempt to satisfy the needs of these groups. It looks at some of the issues which surround these developments, raising questions about our views of knowledge and asking whether the needs of all groups can be satisfied by one form of assessment. It also looks at the way some systems and some teachers have tackled the issues and offers practical suggestions for organising assessment in the classroom. Chrystine Bouffler is Head of the School of Education at Ballarat University College. She has had a long involvement in teaching and literacy learning within Australia and overseas. She is well known to PETA members for her work on spelling - in particular, for her book Spell by Writing and PEN Spelling It Out to Parents, both written with Wendy Bean. Her interest and expertise go beyond the area of spelling, however, and her most recent publication was a PEN on Assessment and Evaluation in Reading, written with Bruce Knight. There is a name in the first page. 
Price: 14.50 AUD
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Quicksilver (A little ark book), Broome, Errol
6 Broome, Errol Quicksilver (A little ark book)
Australia Allen & Unwin Children's Books 1997 1864483814 / 9781864483819 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
96 pages including drawings. 'Why are they called charms?' Mum wrinkled her forehead. 'I don't know. It must be something to do with magic.' On her eleventh birthday, Luisa's father sends her a silver charm bracelet from Paris. She wishes he hadn't gone away. Life is different without him, and she feels at odds with her mother and friends. Luisa decides to add charms to the silver chain until he returns: bell, flower, mirror, heart... Some are gifts, others she saves up to buy, but each of the charms works a kind of spell and nothing turns out quite the way she expects... In Quicksilver, Errol Broome has written an intriguing chain of stories that combine fantasy and reality to explore the fragile links connecting family and friends. Errol is the author of many books for children, including Tangles, Rockhopper and Splashback. For primary school age. Ex-library markings/attachments or remnants of and covered in adhesive transparent plastic. 
Price: 10.50 AUD
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Boys in Schools: Addressing the Real Issues-Behavior, Values and Relationships, Browne, Rollo
7 Browne, Rollo Boys in Schools: Addressing the Real Issues-Behavior, Values and Relationships
Austria Finch Pub 1995 0646239589 / 9780646239583 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
246 pages. This guide for parents and teachers discusses how innovative approaches used in schools can change the way boys view themselves and others. Assembled are a collection of writings from key practitioners of boys programs both in secondary and primary schools. Assessed are difficulties associated with bullying, school violence, boys' underachievement, homophobia, sexism, boys' uninvolvement in school life, relationships, peer culture, masculinity, gender stereotypes, identity, and self-esteem. In addition, the problems schools face with boys' behavior and attitudes as they relate to reducing the quality of education for both boys and girls are addressed. 
Price: 9.00 AUD
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New Questions for Contemporary Teachers: Taking a Socio-Cultural Approach to Education, Burnett, Bruce; Daphne Meadmore; Gordon Tait
8 Burnett, Bruce; Daphne Meadmore; Gordon Tait New Questions for Contemporary Teachers: Taking a Socio-Cultural Approach to Education
Australia Pearson 2004 1741032261 / 9781741032260 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 8vo 
170 indexed pages including bibliography. There is highlighting in some pages. New Questions for Contemporary Teachers: taking a socio-cultural approach to education is an introductory overview of sociology of education. Typically taught as a compulsory subject in education programs, the book covers the needs of both primary and secondary student teachers. From the same team that authored Understanding Education and Practising Education, this title comprises all new chapters reflecting current sociological and educational perspectives. It is divided into three distinctive sections: How to govern? Do we all get a fair go? and Where Now? * Section 1 examines the mechanisms of governance and rejects the simplistic "domination and coercion" model of the exercise of power. Each chapter within the section explores the ways in which social management occurs through careful and targeted regulation. * Section 2 investigates the questions about how society distributes wealth and access without lapsing into reductionism. It focuses on how notions such as "cultural capital" and "habitus" shape educational outcomes. * Section 3 examines the issues relevant to the future of education such as the advances in technology, the role the government plays in implementing school-based management practices and ways in which schools can become more globalised and become far more multi-national, multi-faith and multi-cultural geographic communities. Table of Contents: 1. Why ask new questions? Gordon Tait Part 1 - How do we govern? 2. What is the relationship between social governance and schooling? Gordon Tait 3. The rise and rise of testing: how does this shape identity? Daphne Meadmore 4. What do we mean by "risky kids"? Jill Brannock 5. What is the significance of literacy? Karen Dooley Part 2 - Do we all get "a fair go"? 6. How does social class work to make the great divide? Daphne Meadmore 7. Gender equity and education: what are the issues now? Sandra Taylor 8. How does "othering" constitute cultural discrimination? Bruce Burnett 9. What role do culture and race have in literate futures? Jean Phillips, Jo Lampert, Annah Healy, Part 3 - What now? 10. Technophobes or technophiles? Bruce Burnett 11. What does economic management have to do with education? Peter Meadmore 12. So where are we heading? Jo Ferreira & Anne Hudson 
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Philosophical Explorations: Freedom, God, and Goodness, Cahn, Steven
9 Cahn, Steven Philosophical Explorations: Freedom, God, and Goodness
USA Prometheus Books 1989 0879754877 / 9780879754877 1st Edition Glossy Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
231 pages. This distinctive blending of an original, easy-to-read monograph with selections from primary sources in the history of philosophy will fill a unique niche in the libraries of both professionals and interested readers. Well-written and accessible introductions to philosophy are difficult to find, but Dr. Cahn has remedied this by offering fascinating discussions of three of the most talked about topics in Western thought: free will, the existence of God, and the reasonableness of value judgments. Each subject is presented in a form that maximizes clarity and readability. Fourteen selections from primary sources assist in amplifying the issues raised and, in doing so, illustrate a wide range of philosophical perspectives. Steven Cahn is provost and professor of philosophy at the graduate school of the City University of New York. 
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Thinking Together: philosophical inquiry for the Classroom, Cam, Philip
10 Cam, Philip Thinking Together: philosophical inquiry for the Classroom
Australia Hale & Iremonger 1995 0868065080 / 9780868065083 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good Large 8vo 
106 pages including bibliography. Thinking Together shows how story-based material can be used to help children raise philosophical puzzles and problems that will set them thinking. It shows how to build a community of inquiry in the classroom, and how to use questioning techniques, group discussion and other activities to develop thinking skills and concepts that can be applied across the entire curriculum. "It's a central theme of this book that we can most profitably nurture good thinking in the classroom by encouraging children to inquire and reason together about things of significance." * "The main experience I am concerned with is classroom discussion, where attention is paid to the skills and dispositions of thinking together - to such basic things as asking questions, giving reasons, sticking to the point, being fair-minded, listening to alternative points of view and exploring disagreement." [from the introduction by Philip Cam] There is a name in the first page. 
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Teaching Children with Special Needs: An Australian Perspective, Casey, Kevin
11 Casey, Kevin Teaching Children with Special Needs: An Australian Perspective
Australia Social Science Press 1994 0949218847 / 9780949218841 1st Edition Glossy Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
305 indexed pages. Teaching Children With Special Needs is a text for both student and practising teachers who are interested in improving the achievement and adjustment of children with special needs in the education system. The book aims to: acquaint students and teachers with the rich diversity of individual differences across the intellectual, physical, behavioural and communicative domains; provide up to date information on the policies, provisions and exemplar programmes in the support of children with special needs, that exist within the various states and territories of Australia; ˘ assist the regular class teacher with information and strategies, that might enhance both the academic and social inclusion of children with special needs into mainstream education. Kevin Casey is a Senior Lecturer in Education Studies at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia. He taught extensively in primary schools throughout the state and was principal of a special school for students with disabilities at a Commonwealth Rehabilitation Centre. He established the special education course at Claremont Teacher’s College and was later the coordinator of special education courses at the Western Australian College of Advanced Education. In recent years he has been involved in the development of a B .Ed. degree for teachers of the hearing impaired and the establishment of support services for students with disabilities at Edith Cowan University. His current research interest is the post-compulsory education of students with special needs. 
Price: 11.00 AUD
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Drama Anytime, Chatterton, Percy
12 Chatterton, Percy Drama Anytime
Canada Primary English Teaching Association 1986 0909955646 / 9780909955649 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 8vo 
88 pages including b/w illustrations. "Drama Anytime" examines the place of drama in the primary curriculum. It provides guidelines for planning a drama program and suggests a variety of approaches that teachers can use. Examples of activities in movement, role play, improvisation, and performance are all included and case studies complete this highly practical guide to drama in the primary school. Jill Charters taught in NSW primary schools for seven years before becoming a drama consultant in the Studies Directorate of the NSW Department of Education, where she wrote the Draft Drama K-6 syllabus. She is now ‘spreading the word’ in the NSW Metropolitan North region while teaching at North Sydney Demonstration School. Anne Gately has worked in the Studies Directorate of the NSW Department of Education since 1981. After teaching for six years in NSW secondary schools she undertook training with Dorothy Heathcote at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in England. Currently she is working on curriculum development in drama. There are some ex-library markings. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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Teach Your Child to Spell, Cheetham, John S.
13 Cheetham, John S. Teach Your Child to Spell
Australia Hyland Pub House 1993 0947062408 / 9780947062408 Reprint Glossy Soft Cover Good 12mo 
72 pages including b/w illustrations. This book aims to provide a workable method for parents to try to help their children to overcome their resistance to learning spelling and so to improve their spelling performance. As well as improving spelling you will receive the bonus of a new relationship with your child in its learning. Parents who have used the technique described in this book, have often told us how their child has: become more open in talking about what is happening at school; become more communicative with both parents; developed a willingness to try learning activities; and even become enthusiastic about homework - which previously had been thought of as ‘too difficult and so often avoided; developed competency with spelling leading to more enthusiasm for writing. A step-by-step guide to develop spelling in only 15 minutes a day. A simple solution to improve spelling and build your child's confidence. Ages: 8 to 18. Creases in the cover. 
Price: 9.50 AUD
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Seams of Gold (Making Tracks), Cheng, Christopher
14 Cheng, Christopher Seams of Gold (Making Tracks)
Australia National Museum of Australia Press 2007 1876944528 / 9781876944520 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo Donna Rawlins 
64 pages. I wanted to tell him that sewing is womens work, not mens work. But Danny knows that he has to respect his uncle and do as he says, even if that means joining him on a sewing trip to the goldfields. Danny would rather be anywhere else until he takes things into his own hands! For primary school children. Christopher Cheng is the author of more than 20 books, including picture books and historical novels. 
Price: 8.00 AUD
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Bold as Brass:, Clark, Margaret
15 Clark, Margaret Bold as Brass:
Australia Puffin 1997 0140386238 / 9780140386233 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo Bettina Guthridge 
100 pages. A Mango Street story, about a girl named Tabitha Walsnott, her father, the school principal, and a boy in her class named Enrico Boldani (Boldy) whom shesaid had flattened her father's car tyre. Margaret Clark has been a primary teacher, a pre-school director, a lecturer with the faculty of Education at Deakin University, and a counselor in an alcohol and drug center. Margaret's books have won awards in Europe, she received the White Raven award for Wally the Whiz Kid, in 1993. She was shortlisted for the EARS Award in 2001 for Hold My Hand, Or Else audio book and the YARA Award, in 2001 for A Wee Walk. Clark has had books published in sixteen different countries. Two of her earlier works, Pugwall (1987) and Pugwall's Summer (1989), were adapted for national and international television. 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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Love Charms, Clark, Margaret
16 Clark, Margaret Love Charms
Australia Random House 2008 1741662648 / 9781741662641 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
188 pages. For primary school age. Laura's adventurous grandmother sends her a birthday charm to add to her silver bracelet, just as she does each year. This time it's a golden cat and it's gorgeous! But at her birthday sleep over someone steals it. Does the thief belong to the Populars or the Fringes - the two competing girl groups at the party? Luckily, Laura's mother is a private investigator and takes time out from tracking down the One-Eyed One-Armed bandit to help her with ideas. For primary school age. 
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17 Clark, Margaret Millie the Moaner
Australia Puffin 1997 0140386246 / 9780140386240 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
103 pages. Millie Minor is such a moaner. She even moans about a class visit to the circus! When Millie and Toby Shaw become unwilling stars of the show, confetti and kisses like cold spaghetti are the order of the day. For primary school age. 
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The Great Divide: The Construction of Gender in the Primary School, Clark, Margaret
18 Clark, Margaret The Great Divide: The Construction of Gender in the Primary School
Australia Curriculum Development Centre 1989 0642533180 / 9780642533180 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
112 pages. This book is an outcome of a project commissioned in 1987 by the Curriculum Development Centre's Education of Girls Program. It is hoped that the insights developed in this book will contribute to the development of inclusive curriculum policy and practice and meet the need noted in the National Policy for the Education of Girls in Australian Schools for a more concerted effort to identify and address the educational needs of girls in primary schools. Sticker in the inside front cover. Inscription in the first page. 
Price: 14.00 AUD
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Skipping not Tripping: How to help children whose motor skills seem clumsy and Uncoordinated, Cocks, Neralie
19 Cocks, Neralie Skipping not Tripping: How to help children whose motor skills seem clumsy and Uncoordinated
Australia Simon & Schuster 1992 0731803043 / 9780731803040 1st Edition Glossy Soft Cover Very Good 12mo Carol Dunn 
xi + 108 indexed pages. Life can be very stressful for children who have trouble coordinating their body movements. Everyday activities, such as catching a ball or riding a bike, become mammoth challenges, and the difficulty of trying to keep up with peers can result in loss of self-esteem. Body movement includes gross motor skills such as running or catching a ball, as well as fine motor skills such as writing, holding pens and pencils and using scissors. Many children with poor coordination also have difficulties in concentration. For these children, pressure in the playground is often combined with problems in the classroom. Skipping not Tripping is an essential guide for all parents of primary school children who seem clumsy and uncoordinated. lt explains: the stages of development of body skills; what factors influence coordination; how children with these difficulties may appear — caught in a muddle, daydreamy, fidgety or impulsive; and it pays special attention to their vulnerability and how best to encourage them in their pursuit of a normal and happy life. l /lost importantly, this book provides parents with loads of activities which they can do with their child at home. These games have been specially selected and designed to help specific areas of a child’s motor development. For a child, the parent can be the greatest teacher especially when learning is fun! Skipping not Tripping will help your child gain competence and confidence in performing motor skills. Neralie Cocks is an Occupational Therapist with the Child Development Unit at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children in Sydney. She has extensive experience in working with children with motor difficulties, and is highly qualified in her field. 
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English Grammar: A Functional Approach, Collerson, John
20 Collerson, John English Grammar: A Functional Approach
Australia Primary English Teaching Association 1994 187562211X / 9781875622115 Reprint Glossy Soft Cover Good 12mo 
152 indexed pages. reases in the front cover, name in the front fly. At a time when increasing attention is being given to grammar by teachers and others, this book presents an introduction to English grammar based on a functional approach. lt is not intended as a grammar for teaching directly to school students but as a resource for teachers themselves. A functional grammar is more appropriate for teachers than traditional grammar because it can be more directly related to the ways in which language is being used. Fleaders who have some familiarity with traditional grammar will find this functional approach different from the traditional one, but they will recognise quite a number of familiar landmarks. However, the book has been written on the assumption that many readers may not be familiar with any grammar, and everything is clearly explained as the text unfolds. While this book does not deal explicitly with the teaching of grammar, it is based on the belief that teachers should be confident in their knowledge of the grammatical system. For the more the teacher knows about how the language operates, the more insight he or she will have into how students are using language in their speech and writing. The sort of systematic knowledge of grammar offered by this book becomes a resource to be drawn on continually in talking with students about language. Name in the first page. 
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