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  • Brand: Karin Noll
  • Brand: Sean Badal
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First Piano Lesson for Tiny...

First Piano Lesson for Tiny Tots: The method used in this book does NOT require t the need for a Piano.

Three year old twins, Tshepi and Sipho, receive a gift of a piano from their father.. Realising that small children have a natural ability to soak up and store information, their mother spends quality time with them, teaching them the names of some keyboard notes in an interesting and fun way. She uses the same method to teach them about the stave on which music is written and how to read a few notes.

Price R113.04

King of Swords by Karin Noll

LOVE AFFAIRS CAN INDUCE STEEP LEARNING CURVES.

This certainly happens to Margret Hansen, a young nursery school teacher living in a country town in post-war Germany, but longing for a broader stage upon which to live her life. Her wish seems to come true when, unexpectedly, she falls in love with a wealthy man from out of town. He opens her eyes to a glittering world beyond the drudgery of her provincial lifestyle and the home she shares with her mother and grandmother. But the stars in her eyes turn to tears when she discovers that she has become pregnant. Now she is forced to face herself, to untangle many dilemmas and to make some life-altering decisions.

Price R173.04

The Adventures of Selwyn...

Selwyn and Robert replaced, Squary Wary and Roundy Boundy, who were the original characters. Because of circumstances they became Selwyn and Robert. The author felt it was appropriate to change the images in order to fit in with the new characters. As in the story "Selwyn and Robert learn a Secret on the Farm", the pixies help them again, but in a different way. This time they help them to find an interesting way to travel a great distance in order to save Whako the white lion cub.

Price R104.35

The Hour of Need by Sean Badal

When a twenty-nine year-old Indian immigrant arrives from Zanzibar to a cold and bleak post-war London in 1946, he hadn’t expected on finding a mummified corpse in the East End building in which he’d intended to set up shop. Unable to unravel the mystery of the corpse and fearful for his future, he hatches fantastical plans to get rid of it, with unexpected consequences.

He hadn’t planned on romancing the dead man’s nice niece either…

Price R172.17