|Statement||Elaine Forrestal ; illustrated by Sharon Thompson.|
|Contributions||Thompson, Sharon, 1958- ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.F767 Gla 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||2003447584|
Elaine Forrestal is the author of A Glassful of Giggles, Miss Llewellyn-Jones, Rainbow Jackets, Straggler’s Reef, and The Watching Lake. Moira Court is the illustrator of Miss : Elaine Forrestal. Infectious giggles, gigantic puddings, apple green pigs, clattering cupboards, and more in these deliciously funny stories from award-winning writer Elaine Forrestal. Teacher’s Notes for A Glassful of Giggles. The stories in this collection are funny, quirky, imaginative and magical. They can be simply read for fun. Or they can be told as part of an oral language programme, acted out during drama or creative writing sessions and extended into many of the other curriculum areas. A Glassful of Giggles. Elaine Forrestal is an Australian writer who has produced middle-grade novels such as the award-winning Straggler's Reef, Someone like Me, and Winning, as well as the collections of simple, short read-aloud tales published as A Glassful of Giggles and Rainbow Jackets. Her "Eden Glassie" mystery novels, which take place during the holiday season on a working Australian vineyard, focus on Tori, .
Buy A Glass Full Of Giggles by Elaine Forrestal () from Boomerang Books, Australia's Online Independent Bookstore. The giggles keep spreading through the school, until finally, even the principal catches them. Whatever will they do? A Glassful of Giggles is the title story in a new collection of short stories for young readers. Filled with giggles, green pigs, giants and noisy cupboards, these stories will appeal to children in the early years of primary. A Glassful of Giggles. Infectious giggles, gigantic puddings, apple green pigs, clattering cupboards, and more, in these deliciously funny stories from award-winning writer Elaine Forrestal. Roberta Sykes is one of Australia’s best-known black activists. The story of her life’s journey was first presented in Snake Cradle in , and followed by Snake Dancing () and Snake Circle ().Snake Dreaming brings together these three books in one complete volume.. In Snake Cradle we meet Sykes, growing up in Northern Queensland in the s, the daughter of a white mother and an.
Gigglers are humorous stories to motivate even your most reluctant reader. Full-colour illustrations bring these funny stories to life. These books are popular across a range of ages because humour is the one thing that all kids like. The first set of the Gigglers series has very short, easy-to-read stories and the length and complexity of the. SIDELIGHTS: Elaine Forrestal is an Australian writer who has produced middle-grade novels such as the award-winning Straggler's Reef, Someone like Me, and Winning, as well as the collections of simple, short read-aloud tales published as A Glassful of Giggles and Rainbow Jackets. Fremantle Press is supported by the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries. Fremantle Press is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. Summary: A Bad Case of the Giggles is an anthology of funny poems for children covering a variety of topics. According to the editor, the poems were narrowed down to “the very best” by teachers and children from a list of hundreds of poems. Cover: The book I have is hard cover and very sturdy. The colors are bright and eye-catching.