Sammy Two Shoes and Billy Bellbird

The book in a silent way describes just how friends are created and how those friendships can be with creatures or persons that wouldn't normally be seen together."--Publisher.


Author: Gavin Gosney


ISBN: 0473198851


Page: 40

View: 279

The Tommy Two Shoes Mysteries

At the party, I met Sammy's new girlfriend. I was shocked. The unfinished business with mybrother suddenlycame to a head. Sammy's newdate was areally greatgirl. She washis first cousin, Susan Brickle. Iwas in a tight spot.


Author: Thomas Beck

Publisher: Laurel Highlands Publishing

ISBN: 9781941087176

Category: Fiction

Page: 216

View: 402

Tommy’s friends and family always seem to have a problem that soon becomes his. When extortion screeches on his friend’s door, Tommy agrees to help. Although Uncle Aidan’s ghost throws obscure clues Tommy’s way, Tommy cannot stop the shakedown arriving on his own doorstep.

Sammy Two Shoes and the Bumble Bee

"Sammy Two Shoes is a beautiful wee kitten.


Author: Gavin Gosney

Publisher: Sammy Two Shoes

ISBN: 0473176939

Category: Children's stories, New Zealand


View: 489

Ellen Hart Presents Malice Domestic 15 Mystery Most Theatrical

Years ago, I had a friend called Sammy Two Shoes. We grew up together in the streets, pitched pennies, stole hubcaps, got shot at. The kind of thing that makes you somebody's brother. Sammy was in love with a woman who was in love with ...


Author: Anne Louise Bannon

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 9781479453719

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 460

The Malice Domestic anthology series returns with a new take on mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition—original tales with a theatrical bent! Included are: Preface, by Ellen Hart The Rock Star, by Frances Aylor Perfectly Awry, by Anne Louise Bannon The Ghost in Balcony B, by Michele Bazan Reed Drama-Rama Flip Flop, by Cindy Brown It’s Not O.K. Corral, by M. E. Browning Mary-Alice Imagines Her Life as a Movie, by Karen Cantwell The Ghost of Hamnet, by R. M. Chastleton When the Wind is Southerly, by Leone Ciporin Raising Cain, by Carla Coupe Death of Another Hero, by Susan Daly The Stars Are Fire, by Phillip DePoy Death Plays the Palace, by Margaret Dumas The Homicidal Understudy, by Elizabeth Elwood No Final Act, by Daryl Wood Gerber Deus Ex Machina, by B. J. Graf The Nine Deaths in Hamlet?, by A. P. Jamison Heat Wave, by Maureen Jennings Thus With a Kiss, by Margaret Lucke Such Tricks As These, by Jaquelyn Lyman-Thomas Final Curtain, by Sharon Lynn The Mask, by Cheryl Marceau The Ultimate Tie-Breaker, by Deborah Maxey True Crime, by Adam Meyer A Star Goes Dark, by Raquel V. Reyes Not Your Lolita, by Merrilee Robson A Death in Shubert Alley, by Lee Sauer Dance on Fire, by Shawn Reilly Simmons Missed Cue, by Lynn Slaughter You Know How Actresses Are, by C. M. Surrisi Five Words, by Elaine Togneri Ask Fred the Usher, by Arthur Vidro Death Takes a Bow, by Mo Walsh Deal With the Devil, by James Lincoln Warren Method for Murder, by Carol L. Wright

Sammy Two Shoes and Santa

Sammy Two Shoes snuggles down near the Christmas tree and is soon fast asleep.


Author: Gavin Gosney


ISBN: 0473495465

Category: Cats

Page: 44

View: 994

Sammy Two Shoes snuggles down near the Christmas tree and is soon fast asleep. She hears some strange noises, and runs to the table and hides underneath it. All of a sudden front door opens and a big man with the scruffy white beard in the red suit, wearing a red hat with a snowball, booms "Merry Christmas Sammy."

Growing Mathematical Ideas in Kindergarten

EZRA: Altogether it [2 + 3 + 4] makes nine. BECKY: TALI HAS SUGGESTED THAT THIS IS LIKE AN I SPY GAME . ... EZRA: Ten fingers. TANYA: Two ears and two eyes. JAMAL: Two legs. MEGAN: A pair of shoes is two shoes. SAMMY: Two arms.


Author: Linda Schulman Dacey

Publisher: Math Solutions

ISBN: 9780941355223

Category: Education

Page: 239

View: 287

Grade level: k, t.

Sammy Two Shoes and Cornelius C Mouse

The adventures of Sammy and Cornelius C. Mouse as they get up to mischief in the old church on the corner of Selwyn Road and Cook Street. Great read with a semi-historic connection and a message about being honest.


Author: Gavin Gosney


ISBN: 0473259532


Page: 37

View: 917

Cactus Mistletoe

Sammy looked at his hands. “I left it in my room. Dad told me to get some breakfast quick so we could go.” He pulled himself up onto a stool. “Well, I think we can risk another moment‟s delay so you can wear two shoes to go riding.


Author: Emjae Edwards

Publisher: Boss Bean

ISBN: 9781456413316

Category: Fiction

Page: 184

View: 204

From the Northeast of England to the Southwest United States. Emma is bound by a deathbed promise to find her only living relative, a six year old boy, and bring him home for Christmas. Despite the heat, the unfamiliar territory and a man as prickly as the cactus around his home, Emma learns that traditions and family are not defined by geography or genealogy.