(Own) Mr Archimedes' Bath: Pamella Allen. A fun story and a great science link - teaching volume or water displacement.

Archimedes' Bath - Pamela Allen - Every time Mr Archimedes has a bath with his friends, the water overflows. Somebody must be putting extra water in the bath. Is it Kangaroo? Or is it Goat or Wombat? Whoever it is, Mr Archimedes is going to find out.

(Own) My Cat Maisie (Picture Puffins) by Pamela Allen

Booktopia has My Cat Maisie, Picture Puffin Series by Pamela Allen . Buy a discounted Paperback of My Cat Maisie online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

(Own x2) Waddle Giggle Gargle! by Pamela Allen - Used for teaching punctuation - see Playing with Grammar in the Early Years

(Own Waddle Giggle Gargle! by Pamela Allen - Used for teaching punctuation - see Playing with Grammar in the Early Years

(Own) Bertie and the Bear by Pamela Allen

Booktopia has Bertie and the Bear, Picture Puffin S. by Pamela Allen. Buy a discounted Paperback of Bertie and the Bear online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

(Own) The Potato People by Pamela Allen

Then, one cold and rainy Friday, they make the potato people .

(Own) Belinda by Pamela Allen

Take a look at the 35 speech and language goals you can target in your speech therapy sessions using the Belinda picture book by Pamela Allen.

(Own) Alexander's Outing by Pamela Allen

Alexander's Outing - Pamela Allen Stay close, take care,' quacked Alexander's mother. But Alexander was a wayward duckling – he straggled behind . and disappeared down a deep dark hole .

(Own) Black Dog by Pamela Allen - I read this and wasn't sure what it was about; a girl dreaming of a beautiful blue bird while she neglects her dog. It's deep and a little dark, so probably good for gifted or troubled students.

(Own) Black Dog by Pamela Allen - I read this and wasn't sure what it was about; a girl dreaming of a beautiful blue bird while she neglects her dog. It's deep and a little dark, so probably good for gifted or troubled students.

(Own) Brown Bread and Honey by Pamela Allen

"Brown bread and honey" by Pamela Allen - A delightfully told tale about a king who over indulges in all the rich food his cooks can provide. That is, until one day when he becomes ill.


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