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e-Book Money Troubles (A Little Bill Book for Beginning Readers) epub download

Author: Bill Cosby
ISBN: 059095623X
Pages: 40 pages
Publisher: Cartwheel (June 1, 1998)
Language: English
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Size ePUB: 1878 kb
Size Fb2: 1797 kb
Size DJVU: 1709 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 575
Format: lrf lrf lit txt
Subcategory: Children

e-Book Money Troubles (A Little Bill Book for Beginning Readers) epub download

by Bill Cosby



One Dark and Scary Night (A Little Bill Book for Beginning Readers). My only complaint would be that I wished Cosby had had Little Bill's parents explain the danger in what he had supposedly been doing that caused him to be late for dinner (his lie), before having Bill come clean.

One Dark and Scary Night (A Little Bill Book for Beginning Readers). But, it did allow for another important safety topic to be discussed.

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While trying to raise enough money for a telescope, Little Bill makes a discovery about generosity and the needs of others. Money Troubles (Little Bill Books for Beginning Readers). 0590164023 (ISBN13: 9780590164023).

Little Bill has an interesting plan in "Money Troubles," another Little Bill Book for Beginning Readers by Bill Cosby. His teacher has explained about the Oort Cloud that exists beyond the orbit of Pluto and how one day a comet will emerge from the cloud and travel through space toward the sun. Little Bill has decided that he is going to discover that comet and have it named Comet Little Bill after himself so he can become famous.

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Money Troubles (A Little Bill Book for Beginning Readers). In this easy-to-read chapter book by comedian and storyteller Bill Cosby, Little Bill learns that everyone in his family has a special treasure to offer. It's raining outside and Little Bill is bored. He walks around his house, trying to find something to do. Now What? : A Book for Graduates by Bill Cosby 1st/1st Print.

The tenth was Bill Cosby’s Little Bill. Maybe there should be. After all, readers sophisticated enough to enjoy Naked Lunch are not going to confuse a talented smackhead with a role model. That book made the list not because of its content, but because of its author. The ALA is against censorship and urges readers, including children, to speak out for the books on the list. Although a case can be made to the other nine books and their graphic nature. For example, the Eisner-nominated, Sex Criminals is a graphic novel on the list, which follows a couple who can freeze time only when they orgasm. That sounds like fun for you, but it shouldn’t be near kids.

Each book has an introduction by Alvin F. Poussaint, a doctor and professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. The Best Way to Play. Little Bill and his friends all watch Space Explorers, a cartoon on TV Saturday morning. Poussaint writes about how parents and teachers can use these realistic, funny books to teach lessons about tolerance, honesty, friendship and family relationships. Then, they rush to a nearby vacant lot to pretend they are flying through space, chasing aliens and landing on the moon.

com: Money Troubles (A Little Bill Book for Beginning Readers) (9780590956239): Bill Cosby: Books. What others are saying. Money Troubles by Bill Cosby, illustrated by Varnette P. John O. Peterson Library. Honeywood.

Now a Scholastic Reader!Little Bill wants to be a famous astronomer. But first, he has to buy a telescope. He only has $47.87, and the telescope costs $100. How will he get the money?
Enila
My school was cosponsoring a bookdrive for underserved children in the community. I knew that this book, along with all of the other Little Bill Books, would be a great addition to any home. This book is valuable for the young and old.
Xlisiahal
Great
Mildorah
Purchased this book and the book was listed as NEW and one page is half torn out. I returning the product.
Captain America
Little Bill has an interesting plan in "Money Troubles," another Little Bill Book for Beginning Readers by Bill Cosby. His teacher has explained about the Oort Cloud that exists beyond the orbit of Pluto and how one day a comet will emerge from the cloud and travel through space toward the sun. Little Bill has decided that he is going to discover that comet and have it named Comet Little Bill after himself so he can become famous. The only problem is that Little Bill needs a telescope to be able to discover a new comet and it costs $100. Knowing his parents will never give him that much money, Little Bill is coming to have to get the money himself. When he checks his football bank, he discovers he is only $52.13 away from becoming famous.
Little Bill does a pretty good job of finding jobs that someone his age can do, although along the way he learns that some people have even better reasons for wanting to make money than being famous. Of course, there is a point where Little Bill gets ahead of himself and tries to take advantage of a situation, which explains why he looks so different at the end of the book from how he starts out. Ironically, "Money Troubles" does end up with Little Bill becoming famous. As Dr.Alvin F. Poussaint points out in his introductory letter to parents, one of the main lessons of this book for beginning readers is that working brings money. Little Bill shows some of the things the children can do to earn money through jobs outside the family. However, the other lesson is that other people may need money more than we do.
The idea of Cosby's Little Bill books is to affirm the value of friendships and family relationships while encouraging children to solve problems fairly and creatively. But as this particular story shows, the famous comedian is also interested in modeling positive behavior for young children as well. I know how everybody used to applaud Cosby's "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids" for its educational value, but I really think these Little Bill books are much more impressive. As always, the story is illustrated by Varnette P. Honeywood.
Nirn
Bill certainly has some money troubles now! Of course you don't need much money in Prison, Bill !
Steelrunner
My kids (girls, 7 & 8) have recently fallen in love with the Little Bill books. But this one is a special discovery. The realistic approach to the subjects of money, want, need, being poor, to give or not to give, are dealt with so succinctly in this little book. All three of us were moved by the events as they unfolded. Thought-provoking and challenging for kids AND their parents!