|Statement||a story about choices written by Kathryn Cole ; illustrated by Qin Leng|
|Series||I"m a great little kid series, I"m a great little kid series|
|Contributions||Leng, Qin, ill|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-five Cents gets down to the bone of this reality, depicting eventual choices that will help young readers navigate their own right-from-wrong situations. Life lessons aside, the book’s adorable art—innocent kids in a multicultural classroom drawn with beautifully scratchy, sweeping lines and eye-pleasing hues Author: Kathryn Cole. Free Online Library: Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-five Cents: A Story about Choices.(Children's review, Brief article, Book review) by "Children's Bookwatch"; Publishing industry Library and information science Family and marriage Books Book reviews. Never Give Up, Reptile Flu and Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-Five Cents, are the first of six planned picture books for kids aged to teach important lessons about communication, self-esteem, and self-confidence. Many of the same characters appear in each book. Get this from a library! Fifteen dollars and thirty-five cents: a story about choices. [Kathryn Cole; Qin Leng; Boost Child & Youth Advocacy Centre,] -- When his friend Joseph finds money in the schoolyard and intends to keep it, Devon thinks he should turn it in, and when they discover that their friend Lin lost the money, they both face a tough.
Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-Five Cents,A story about choices,Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-Five Cents,,Fiction Ages ,Great Little Kid,Cole, Kathryn. Never Give Up (I'm A Great Little Kid, #1), Reptile Flu (I'm A Great Little Kid, #2), Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-Five Cents (I'm A Great Little Kid, #3) Author: Kathryn Cole. Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-five Cents: A Story about Choices by Kathryn Cole ; Qin Leng (illus.) Toronto illustrator Qin Leng presents a diverse cast of characters in publishing veteran Kathryn Cole’s latest addition to the I’m a Great Little Kid series, which focuses on helping young readers with self-esteem, communication, and making good. First, write the amount in numeric form in the dollar box, located on the right side of your check next to the dollar sign (“$”). Start by writing the number of dollars (“8”) followed by a decimal point or period (“.”), and then the number of cents (“15”). Ultimately, you’ll have “” in the dollar box. For more examples.
Title: dollar fifteen cents. Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-Five Cents: A story about choices (I'm a Great Little Kid) The spine remains undamaged. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Seller Inventory # GI4N FIFTEEN DOLLARS AND THIRTY-FIVE CENTS. A Story About Choices. From the "I'm a Great Little Kid" series GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-Five Cents: A Story About Choices. (I'm A Great Little Kid). Kathryn Cole. Illustrated by Qin Leng. Toronto, ON: Second Story Press, Thirty-seven dollars and five cents is the value the government places on up to twenty minutes of my time. This figure, the amount a practice receives from Medicare for a standard consultation, hasn’t changed in four years, and under the current government, will not change for another three.