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What Zola Did On Monday

Author : Melina Marchetta
ISBN : 9781760895150
Genre : Australian fiction
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Zola loves living on Boomerang Street with her mum and her nonna. Every day of the week is an adventure. But Zola has a problem. No matter how much she tries, she can't keep out of trouble! Seven stories in the series - one for every day of the week.
Category: Australian fiction

What Zola Did On Wednesday

Author : Melina Marchetta
ISBN : 9781760147624
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Zola loves living on Boomerang Street with her mum and her nonna. Every day of the week is an adventure. But Zola has a problem. No matter how much she tries, she can't keep out of trouble! Like on Wednesday, when Zola has a plan to help find her friend Sophia’s missing turtle . . . Collect all seven stories in the series. One for every day of the week.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

What Zola Did On Tuesday

Author : Melina Marchetta
ISBN : 9781760895167
Genre : Australian fiction
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Zola loves living on Boomerang Street with her mum and her nonna. Every day of the week is an adventure. But Zola has a problem. No matter how much she tries, she can't keep out of trouble! Like on Tuesday, when Zola tries to help Nonna knit a scarf...
Category: Australian fiction

What Zola Did On Thursday

Author : Melina Marchetta
ISBN : 9781760895181
Genre : Australian fiction
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Zola loves living on Boomerang Street with her mum and her nonna. Every day of the week is an adventure. But Zola has a problem. No matter how much she tries, she can't keep out of trouble. Like on Thursday, when she and the gang form a band and upset their cranky neighbour, Mr Walton . . .Collect all seven stories in the series - one for every day of the week!'Highly recommended . . . Full of humour and brimming with the close ties of family, [and] . . . community, children will love reading of Zola and her life.
Category: Australian fiction

What Zola Did On Sunday

Author : Melina Marchetta
ISBN : 9781760895228
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From the author of Looking for Alibrandi comes this gorgeous series to engage and entertain newly independent young readers. A wonderful children's series celebrating community, friendship and kindness from the bestselling author of Looking for Alibrandi. Fun, heartwarming stories full of mischief and humour, sure to charm and engage newly independent young readers. Zola loves living on Boomerang Street with her mum and her nonna. Every day of the week is an adventure. But Zola has a problem. No matter how much she tries, she can't keep out of trouble. Like on Sunday, when it's St Odo's fete and Zola and the gang join in the fun . . . Collect all seven stories in the series. One for every day of the week! 'A charming series that will enchant all who read it.' The Book Muse 'Bursting with warmth, family love, troublesome dogs, and growing things . . . perfect for beginning readers . . . Zola is such a delightful, thoughtful, and slightly mischievous character.' Aussie Kids Books 'There is a rich diversity in families with single parents, same-sex parents, multi-generational families and different cultures . . . Perfect for newly independent readers or for class or home read-alouds, I highly recommend this for little humans from around 6 years upwards.' Sue Warren A beautiful big family, cousins living in the house behind you, a hole in the fence for you to climb through and play. A beautiful street, a community of people you love . . . a neglected garden that everyone has forgotten . . . a beautiful junior novel about family and community. . . It truly does warm your heart as you read it . . . It's absolutely stunning!' Kids Book Review 'Early readers aged 5-7 are very fortunate to now have a Melina Marchetta story just for them.' Angela Crocombe, Books + Publishing.
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What Zola Did On Friday

Author : Melina Marchetta
ISBN : 9781760147556
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A wonderful children’s series celebrating community, friendship and kindness from the bestselling author of Looking for Alibrandi. Fun, heartwarming stories full of mischief and humour, sure to charm and engage newly independent young readers. Zola loves living on Boomerang Street with her mum and her nonna. Every day of the week is an adventure. But Zola has a problem. No matter how much she tries, she can't keep out of trouble. Like on Friday, when she and Alessandro decide to paint Nonno Nino’s little yellow boat . . . Collect all seven stories in the series. One for every day of the week! 'A charming series that will enchant all who read it.’ The Book Muse ‘Highly recommended . . . Full of humour and brimming with the close ties of family, [and] . . . community, children will love reading of Zola and her life.’ Fran Knight
Category: Juvenile Fiction

What Zola Did On Saturday

Author : Melina Marchetta
ISBN : 9781760147648
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A wonderful children’s series celebrating community, friendship and kindness from the bestselling author of Looking for Alibrandi. Fun, heartwarming stories full of mischief and humour, sure to charm and engage newly independent young readers. Zola loves living on Boomerang Street with her mum and her nonna. Every day of the week is an adventure. But Zola has a problem. No matter how much she tries, she can't keep out of trouble. Like on Saturday, when it’s tomato day at Nonna Rosa’s and Zola is helping out . . . Collect all seven stories in the series. One for every day of the week! 'A charming series that will enchant all who read it.’ The Book Muse ‘Bursting with warmth, family love, troublesome dogs, and growing things . . . perfect for beginning readers . . . Zola is such a delightful, thoughtful, and slightly mischievous character.’ Aussie Kids Books ‘There is a rich diversity in families with single parents, same-sex parents, multi-generational families and different cultures . . . Perfect for newly independent readers or for class or home read-alouds, I highly recommend this for little humans from around 6 years upwards.’ Sue Warren A beautiful big family, cousins living in the house behind you, a hole in the fence for you to climb through and play. A beautiful street, a community of people you love . . . a neglected garden that everyone has forgotten . . . a beautiful junior novel about family and community. . . It truly does warm your heart as you read it . . . It’s absolutely stunning!’ Kids Book Review ‘Early readers aged 5–7 are very fortunate to now have a Melina Marchetta story just for them.’ Angela Crocombe, Books + Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Disappearance Of Mile Zola

Author : Michael Rosen
ISBN : 9780571312030
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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It is the evening of 18 July 1898 and the world-renowned novelist Émile Zola is on the run. His crime? Taking on the highest powers in the land with his open letter 'J'accuse' and losing. Forced to leave Paris, with nothing but the clothes he is standing in and a nightshirt wrapped in newspaper, Zola flees to England with no idea when he will return. This is the little-known story of his time in exile. Rosen has traced Zola's footsteps from the Gare du Nord to London, examining the significance of this year. The Disappearance of Zola offers an intriguing insight into the mind, the loves, the politics and the work of the great writer.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Zola Dictionary The Characters Of The Rougon Macquart Novels Of Emile Zola

Author : J. G Patterson
ISBN : EAN:4057664590817
Genre : Fiction
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"A Zola Dictionary; the Characters of the Rougon-Macquart Novels of Emile Zola" by J. G Patterson. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Category: Fiction

Collision Course

Author : Jason Henderson
ISBN : 9780857909022
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Mary Decker's clash with Zola Budd at the 1984 Los Angeles Games is one of the biggest and most controversial events in Olympic history. In a head-to-head that gripped the imagination of the world, the 3000 metres race pitted the experienced and glamourous world champion from the host nation against a prodigious, teenage waif from South Africa wearing a hastily-organised British flag on her vest and, memorably, no shoes on her feet. Disastrously, a mid-race collision saw Decker tumble to the inside of the track after her legs tangled with Budd's as the 18-year-old overtook the American in a battle for pole position. Distraught and unable to carry on, the tearful Decker watched in frustration as Maricica Puica of Romania stormed to gold while Budd, who was heavily booed by the partisan crowd in the closing stages, faded to seventh. Using the famous Olympic moment as its focal point, Collision Course tells the story of two of the best-known and greatest athletes of all-time, analyses their place in history as pioneers of women's sport, and lifts the lid on two lives that have been filled of sporting and political intrigue that, until now, has never been fully told.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Moment Of Truth

Author : Hugh McLeave
ISBN : 9780917990328
Genre : Great Britain
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England, 1264: as Simon de Montfort and his fellow Barons challenge Henry III's arrogant conviction of the divine right of kings to rule, the country moves inexorably towards civil war. In the little town of Lewes in Sussex, Judith, daughter of Belaset, seeks revenge for the massacre of her family and other Jews by de Montfort. As a trusted messenger between the King and his loyal followers, she is asked to act as go-between for King Henry and William Foville, Prior of St Pancras in Lewes. Judith seizes the opportunity to strike one last blow against de Montfort before her wedding to Aaron of.
Category: Great Britain

Romancing The Cathedral

Author : Elizabeth Emery
ISBN : 0791451240
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Through an analysis of political, art historical, and literary discourse, this book considers French fascination with the Gothic cathedral.
Category: Literary Criticism

Bourdieu And Literature

Author : John R. W. Speller
ISBN : 9781906924423
Genre : Social Science
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Bourdieu and Literature is a wide-ranging, rigorous and accessible introduction to the relationship between Pierre Bourdieu's work and literary studies. It provides a comprehensive overview and critical assessment of his contributions to literary theory and his thinking about authors and literary works. One of the foremost French intellectuals of the post-war era, Bourdieu has become a standard point of reference in the fields of anthropology, linguistics, art history, cultural studies, politics, and sociology, but his longstanding interest in literature has often been overlooked. This study explores the impact of literature on Bourdieu's intellectual itinerary, and how his literary understanding intersected with his sociological theory and thinking about cultural policy. This is the first full-length study of Bourdieu's work on literature in English, and it provides an invaluable resource for students and scholars of literary studies, cultural theory and sociology.
Category: Social Science

Collecting And Appreciating

Author : Simone Francescato
ISBN : 3034301634
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book examines the role and the meaning of collecting in the fiction of Henry James. Emerging as a refined consumerist practice at the end of the nineteenth century, collecting not only set new rules for appreciating art, but also helped to shape the aesthetic tenets of major literary movements such as naturalism and aestheticism. Although he befriended some of the greatest collectors of the age, in his narrative works James maintained a sceptical, if not openly critical, position towards collecting and its effects on appreciation. Likewise, he became increasingly reluctant to follow the fashionable trend of classifying and displaying art objects in the literary text, resorting to more complex forms of representation. Drawing from classic and contemporary aesthetics, as well as from sociology and material culture, this book fills a gap in Jamesian criticism, explaining how and why James's aversion towards collecting was central to the development of his fiction from the beginning of his career to the so-called major phase.
Category: Literary Criticism

Masters Of Prose Mile Zola

Author : Émile Zola
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Genre : Literary Collections
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Welcome to the Masters of Prose book series, a selection of the best works by noteworthy authors. Literary critic August Nemo selects the most important writings of each author. A selection based on the author's novels, short stories, letters, essays and biographical texts. Thus providing the reader with an overview of the author's life and work. This edition is dedicated to the French writer Émile Zola, the best-known practitioner of the literary school of naturalism, and an important contributor to the development of theatrical naturalism. He was a major figure in the political liberalization of France and in the exoneration of the falsely accused and convicted army officer Alfred Dreyfus, which is encapsulated in the renowned newspaper headline J'Accuse…! Zola was nominated for the first and second Nobel Prize in Literature in 1901 and 1902. This book contains the following writings: Novels: Germinal; The Downfall; Therese Raquin. Short Stories: The Attack on the Mill; Captain Burle; The Miller’s Daughter; Jean Gourdon's Four Days; The Fete At Coqueville; The Flood; Death of Olivier Becaille; Nana; The Fortune of the Rougons. Essays: J'Accuse...! If you appreciate good literature, be sure to check out the other Tacet Books titles!
Category: Literary Collections

A Roman Boy

Author : Joseph Anthony Sheridan
ISBN : 9781925011081
Genre : Adoption
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Lucius Decius Verus is the son of a Roman officer, Marcus Decius Verus, and his wife Camilla. They live in the north of England when that country is ruled by Rome around the time when Hadrian’s Wall is being built, about 122 AD. When he is only a few months old the couple, while driving through a wild storm, negligently lose the child from the carriage they are travelling in. The child, Lucius, is found by a local woman, Mora, who decides to keep the child. And she names the baby boy Corio. Camilla blames Marcus for the loss of her baby, the one love in her life, and she leaves him and goes south to live with her sister. Mora is later murdered by her husband, Vero, when Corio is three years old. So, Mora’s friend, Liva, and her husband, Agar, take over the responsibilities of raising Corio as their son. The boy grows up with his adopted parents, learning to farm while interacting with some of the Roman population, learning a little Latin in the process. When Corio is fourteen years old, unbeknown to him, his natural father Marcus is injured in battle and his mother Virginia, a tall, bossy woman, comes to look after her son and decides to stay indefinitely. When she is visiting a friend, Natalia, she sees the boy there and is startled by his likeness to her son Marcus.
Category: Adoption