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Books with author Million Liz

  • Farmer In The Dell

    Liz Mills

    Paperback (Cartwheel Books, Oct. 1, 2006)
    9 bright, sturdy cards with little plastic PVC animals on each one from the classic children's rhyme "The Farmer in the Dell" fosters early learning, pre-reading, and memory skills in a fun way .Play and Learn Stacking Cards feature 9 sturdy, die-cut cards, each with one plastic animal, each taken from the classic children's rhyme, The Farmer in the Dell. Each card progresses along with the rhyme as the farmer chooses a character who chooses another charac.ter in turn. These cards build memory skills, sequencing, story-building, and vocabulary. Bright, lively illustrations make the cards eye-catching and fun for toddlers. These cards make learning fun.
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  • African Nursery Rhymes: Popular rhymes for South African children reworked and and adapted for South African children.

    Liz Mills

    eBook (Struik Lifestyle, Nov. 20, 2012)
    This delightful collection of 55 nursery rhymes, specially reworked and adapted for South African children, is a must for every young adult’s bookshelf or e-Book collection. Nursery rhymes are an essential part of a child’s development, teaching youngsters rhythm and rhyme as well as word skills and improving memory. They are also useful tools for helping to teach vocabulary and learning to count.
  • African Nursery Rhymes

    Liz Mills

    Paperback (Penguin Random House South Africa, Nov. 28, 2017)
    This delightful collection of 55 nursery rhymes – specially reworked and adapted for South African children – is a must on every young child’s bookshelf. Nursery rhymes are an essential part of a child’s development, teaching youngsters rhythm and rhyme as well as word skills, and improving memory. They are also useful for helping to teach vocabulary and learning to count.The fun, colorful and often humorous illustrations are sure to capture the imagination and will make bedtime or anytime reading an activity that both children and parents will look forward to, and will have them returning to the rhymes time and time again.
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  • African Nursery Rhymes

    Liz Mills

    Hardcover (Penguin Random House South Africa, April 19, 2015)
    This delightful collection of 55 nursery rhymes – specially reworked and adapted for South African children – is a must on every young child’s bookshelf. Nursery rhymes are an essential part of a child’s development, teaching youngsters rhythm and rhyme as well as word skills, and improving memory. They are also useful for helping to teach vocabulary and learning to count.The fun, colorful and often humorous illustrations are sure to capture the imagination and will make bedtime or anytime reading an activity that both children and parents will look forward to, and will have them returning to the rhymes time and time again.
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  • I Know An Old Lady

    Liz Mills

    Cards (Cartwheel Books, Oct. 1, 2006)
    9 cards with little plastic animals on each one from the humorous children's rhyme, "I Know an Old Lady (Who Swallowed a Fly)" Early memory, story-building, and sequencing skills developed.Play and Learn Stacking Cards feature 9 sturdy cards, each with one plastic animal featured in the humorous rhyme "I Know an Old Lady (Who Swallowed a Fly)." A related activity is included on the back of each card. These cards help build early learning, pre-reading skills such as story-building, sequencing, rhyme, and sight-word recognition. Bright, lively illustrations make the cards eye-catching and fun for toddlers. These cards are the perfect way to introduce children to early reading concepts while spendng enjoyable time together.
  • Who Is My Mommy? Stacking Cards

    Liz Mills

    Cards (Cartwheel Books, Aug. 1, 2006)
    Nine cards with a little plastic animal on each one to teach the names of baby animals and their parents. Stack the cards to play and learn!Play and Learn Stacking Cards feature 9 sturdy cards, each with one plastic baby animal and the name of that animal's parents. These cards help build vocabulary and sight recognition. Bright, lively illustrations make the cards eye-catching and fun for toddlers. These cards are the perfect way to introduce children to the world around them through play.
  • Where Do I Live?

    Liz Mills

    Cards (Cartwheel Books, Aug. 1, 2006)
    Nine cards with a little plastic animal on each one to teach where animals live. Stack the cards to play and learn!Play and Learn Stacking Cards feature 9 sturdy cards, each with one plastic animal and important information about that animal's home. Bright, lively illustrations make the cards eye-catching and fun for toddlers. These cards are the perfect way to introduce children to the world around them through play. The cards help build vocabulary and sight recognition.
  • I Spy A Circus

    Liz Mills

    Paperback (Cartwheel Books, Aug. 1, 2003)
    Spyler and CeCe are the stars of the new I Spy TV show. This 8x8 TV tie-in book has both a fun story and an exciting I Spy game!Meet Spyler and CeCe--they love to play I spy!The famous I Spy Circus has a ringleader and a clown but nothing for them to do. It's time to play I spy!I spy a straw, a yellow bird that sings.a tennis racket, and two gold rings.Spyler twirls the gold rings at one end of a tightrope, the yellow canary flies through the rings, and CeCe holds the straw in her mouth for balance at the other end of the tightrope. Spyler and CeCe put on a great show, and the I Spy Circus is a huge success!
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  • I Spy Pirate Treasure

    Liz Mills

    Paperback (Cartwheel Books, Sept. 1, 2003)
    Ahoy, mateys! Play I Spy!This book features Spyler and CeCe, characters from the I Spy TV show.Spyler and CeCe look for pirate treasure as they follow a treasure map.When Spyler and CeCe have found everything, the two friends bury their chest again and make a new map!Throughout, children can play I Spy and look for fun objects. At the end there's an extra I Spy game!
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  • Little Red Riding Hood

    Mitton Tony, Million Liz

    Paperback (Walker Books Ltd, )
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  • A Christmas Storm: A modern version of 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens

    Liz Mills

    Paperback (Independently published, Dec. 1, 2018)
    Illustrated modern version of Dickens's 'A Christmas Carol'. A short story for a Christmas, family read. How will Storm be persuaded to overcome her all consuming temper? With a cat, ghosts, tragedy and Christmas hope, reawaken the spirit of Christmas.
  • Where Do I Live?

    Liz Mills

    Paperback (Cartwheel Books, Aug. 1, 2006)
    Play and Learn Stacking Cards feature 9 sturdy cards, each with one plastic animal and important information about that animal's home. Bright, lively illustrations make the cards eye-catching and fun for toddlers. These cards are the perfect way to introduce children to the world around them through play. The cards help build vocabulary and sight recognition.