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Sleepy Mr Sloth

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He’s quite good at climbing. He knows how to swing. But sleeping’s his favourite, favourite thing!

Created by Paul Kennedy, Nick Mulgrew and Graham Paterson (and edited by Tarryn-Anne Anderson and Arthur Attwell) at the very first Book Dash on 10 May 2014.
ebook, 19 pages
Published May 10th 2014
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Zadarmistická blbôstka o ospalom leňochodovi, ktorý cestou za haluzou na spanie musí prekonať nečakané protivenstvá zvieracej ríše. Fauna proti faune, bez práce nie sú haluze.

Dospelý prečíta, kým zaberie ristretto; dieťa, kým sa neprelúska anglickými ňuňu ilustráciami :)

Prvá (štvor)veta:
One day, Mr Sloth came to visit. He said:
I’m sleepy! I need a good branch for a bed!

Posledná (dvoj)veta:
And that branch was just the right one for his bed.
The bird and the snake, the giraffe and each bee
were happ
Jan 27, 2018 rated it really liked it
Good bedtime story
Přečetla jsem to, jelikož ji měli zdarma ke stažení v MKP, a jelikož bezmezně miluji lenochody. A láska k nim by se měla pěstovat od útlého věku.
Mar 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: children-s-lit
Sleepy Mr. Sloth is a children's ebook on It is about a little sloth who is trying to find a branch to go to sleep on, but every branch he finds is not ideal for sleeping! Every time he finds a branch he thinks is perfect, something interrupts his slumber. The story is set up as if it is a regular book, with turning pages. Although it wasn't particularly interactive, it was vey easy for the reader to focus on and understand the story. There wasn't anything to distract the read ...more
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Paul Michael Kennedy is a British historian specialising in the history of international relations, economic power and grand strategy. He has published prominent books on the history of British foreign policy and Great Power struggles.

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