What happens when the bully Axel goes beyond teasing and taunting? Young readers will identify with Ollie, who is the object of name-calling and intimidation. Does he cave in and get discouraged? What happens when Axel secretly plots to guarantee that Ollie's bullfrog will not win the Frog Jumping Contest? Will his underhanded tactics work? Ollie and Jumper will delight and entertain you right up To The surprise ending.
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Teddy is focused on one thing, and one thing only—making his brother proud. That means finishing his Master’s degree with the highest grades possible, then finding a good job. Those plans don’t leave time for anything else, so when Teddy is told he needs a date for a birthday party, he lies and says he has one in the hopes that he’ll be able to wiggle his way out of the party. He doesn’t. Instead, he finds himself having to come up with a fake boyfriend, and he has no idea who can help him with that, so he’s lucky Sterling, a Gillham pack member and one of his acquaintances, comes up with someone. When a pack member approaches Ollie and asks him if he wants to play fake boyfriend for a friend of his, Ollie agrees. He hopes it will help distract him from the jealousy he feels at the sight of his best friend with his mate. He loves Gabriel and Gabriel’s new mate, but he wants what they have, and he doesn’t know how to get it. They’re both stunned when they meet at the party and realize they’re mates. Teddy doesn’t have time for Ollie, but can he really give up his only chance at being with his mate? And can Ollie get over what his parents did to him and trust Teddy, especially when Teddy is trying so hard to keep him at arm’s length?
Like the swallows, our son Ollie came in the spring and left in the autumn. Dancing, singing, swooping - there was something birdlike about his energy, joy and laughter - but also the fleeting, enigmatic quality of his life. When he was two he lost all his speech, as autism turned his life - and ours - into a baffling challenge. Then at four he had to face a new challenge when he almost died from leukaemia. But chemotherapy worked its magic and he made a full recovery. He was a tough survivor and nothing seemed to dim his spirit: he could light up a room and energize everyone around him. So it was a huge shock, after several cancer-free years, when a fatal brain tumour was discovered. This time his body had had enough and he died very suddenly. He was twelve. Ollie had extraordinary courage and endurance. Time after time he bounced back, determined to enjoy life. He was obstinate, mischievous, playful, flirtatious, quixotic, funny. He generated - and continues to generate - huge amounts of laughter. And he was very beautiful. We always felt that if autism had not unravelled the wiring of his neural pathways, he would have achieved extraordinary things. This is the story of the journey we made with Ollie. Unlike a mountaineer, pursuing extreme experiences out of choice, he had difficulty thrust upon him: he was forced to be brave. For me, too, the journey was far more compelling than any expedition.
"When a toy is bestowed with the title of "favorite," it takes on a coveted rank among the world of household things. But when a vengeful toy conspires to destroy these favorites, he must be defeated by a stuffed toy rabbit"--
What can an osprey named Ollie do when a bigger, faster, and stronger bald eagle named Eglon moves into his neighborhood and begins to bully Ollie by stealing every fish he catches for his dinner? Ollie has been trying on his own to figure out how to avoid Eglon, and nothing seems to work. Ollie is embarrassed at how scared he is of this bully and how many times he has failed to protect himself and keep his dinner. But a good friend, a turtle named Thaddeus, notices Ollie isn't himself lately and offers some good advice. But can a friend who doesn't even fly help Ollie? Will his crazy idea work? And can a bunch of noisy, bothersome flock of seagulls really be able to help Ollie? Ollie Osprey's Bully Challenge shows children you need friends to stand against a bully. You need to share this problem, not hide it. Ollie Osprey has action, suspense, humor, and, a message a child can relate to when they feel they are alone and have no recourse. Ollie has a good ending to a bad situation.
In the beginning, all animals were born wild and free. Ollie, however, was born in a cage and has spent his entire life in a zoo. Everything he knew, he learned from his mother and through the bars of his confinement. His life was totally dependent upon humans. He always had plenty to eat and it was fun watching the humans who visited daily, especially the little ones. Life was comfortable and Ollie grew up soft. But as fate would have it, that is all going to change. Ollie is thrown into a completely new environment of which he knows nothing. Ollie will have to learn new things in order to survive without the help of humans. He will make new friends, but the real world is wild. He will also find those who would hurt him. Can he toughen up and make a new life for himself?
Another 87th precinct novel from 'the undisputed master - and there's nobody who does it better' DAILY MIRROR Irritating though he was, Lester Henderson had it all when he strode up to rehearse his keynote address in the darkness of a downtown theatre. Widely tipped to be the next mayor and possessing a nice line in catalogue-casual daywear, Henderson stood four-square facing his glorious future. But five shots later and his lifeblood was seeping away - gunned down by person or persons unknown from stage-right... At that point he became Ollie Weeks' problem. But this savage crime is suddenly overshadowed by a deed even more repugnant. Ollie's life's work is his novel. Honed by countless rejection letters, it is finally ready to be released to the general populace. But then the one and only manuscript disappears, leaving Ollie to head off in pursuit of the thief. A thief who is convinced that Ollie's work contains the secret location of a hoard of hidden diamonds...
Donkey Ollie es uno de los personajes de dibujos animados más queridos de todos los tiempos. Disfruta de estas grandes historias en inglés y español. Te reirás y te divertirás también.
- Author : Karen Treisman
- Publisher : Jessica Kingsley Publishers
- Release Date : 2021-06-17
- Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
- Pages : 224
- ISBN : 9781787757677
In a magical underwater forest lived a colourful and loveable Octopus called Ollie, who loved swimming with his friends and spending time with his mum and dad, Orla and Orson the Octopuses. Until one day, Orla started to get very sick. The doctors did everything they could to help her, but very sadly, Orla died. Ollie had so many thoughts and feelings spinning around in his head, and his heart was hurting. This activity book has been developed by expert child Psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Karen Treisman. The first part of the book is a colourful illustrated therapeutic story about Ollie the Octopus, with a focus on Ollie making sense of and processing the loss of his mum, Orla. This is followed by a wealth of creative activities and colourful photocopiable worksheets for children and the people supporting them to explore aspects of loss, grief, death, and bereavement, and how to find ways to understand and cope with them. The final section of the book is full of advice and practical strategies for parents, carers, and professionals on how to help children aged 5-10 to begin to understand the complex and multi-layered feelings surrounding loss and bereavement, and what they can do to help navigate them through their grief journey. This activity book is complemented by a standalone picture book of Ollie's story, also available from Jessica Kingsley Publishers (Ollie the Octopus, ISBN 9781839970238).
"It's time you met one of your most important superpowers..." The Captain is disappointed when Ollie feels like laughing at his clumsy classmate Adam, and decides that it's time to introduce him to one of the four super superpowers, Empathy. Empathy transports Ollie into Adam's shoes and teaches him how to understand and share Adam's feelings. But with Empathy comes great responsibility, and the chance for Ollie to return to the library to earn his first Captain's stripe. Can Ollie use his superpowers to win the golden stripe and help Adam to overcome the bullies?
Ollie doesn't see things the same way everybody else does (and he certainly doesn't see things the same way his older sister does). Instead of cars in traffic, Ollie sees a circus parade. Instead of cows grazing in a field, Ollie sees deadly bison with sharp horns and hooves. And at school, instead of letters on the board, Ollie sees birds with pointy beaks, and fish with flapping tails in the big blue sea. Ollie knows he doesn't need glasses, because he likes the world better the way he sees it. But will his parents and bossy sister see things his way?
A key novel of the Harlem Renaissance, this story recounts a young African American woman's attempts to build a life in the poor, rural South during the early decades of the 20th century.
Death isn’t the end of love. Katie Newman, grief-stricken over losing her father, knows this. Every day, she hopes for some kind of resolution. Fate intercedes, not by supplying her father’s dearly departed spirit but that of a sixty-ish hippy who needs Katie’s help with unfinished business. While she might have wondered about the afterlife, it is suddenly thrust upon her in the form of Ollie Morris, a rather unique ghost. Ollie has been sent by Katie’s father to help him move on in hopes that she will be able to do the same. In exchange for spooking her unfaithful boyfriend out of her life, Ollie asks Katie to drive him to Colorado, and during the trip, they both realize that unfinished business, be it that of the living or the dead, rarely resolved as expected.
Twelve-year-old Ollie Oxley isn’t expecting his first friend in town to be a ghost, but together they team up to save his mom’s theater and take down the school bully.
- Author : Kevin Kelvin Hill
- Publisher : AuthorHouse
- Release Date : 2011-02
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 40
- ISBN : 9781456732547
This story carefully displays two adversaries at war with one another and either one will not give in an inch of territory. The sorcerers and demons were fighting the dragons for dominance in Western Europe. As both adversaries struggle for dominance you'll be surprise who will win the battle.
Every morning Ollie leaves for school, but before he gets on the bus he pretends to have forgotten his schoolwork. One day, as Ollie 'forgets' the most important project of the year, his friend Freddy insists on helping him get it. As Ollie heads home, the two boys find Ollie's fishing rod stashed in the woods and discover they both have a love for fishing, and an even greater lesson.
This is a wonderful Script for a future Donkey Ollie movie as they go to the Island of Patmos to meet Donkey Ollie's friends.
Two funny, unlikely friends—a thoughtful sloth and an impatient fox—make their big debut in this hilarious new picture book celebrating friendship and the wonderful ways in which we're all different. Best friends Jasper and Ollie decide to go to the pool. On your mark, get set . . . WAIT! As Jasper races ahead—crashing into the mailman, speeding past the ice cream truck—Ollie takes his sweet time, pausing to admire a butterfly, smell a daisy, and help the mailman pick up his letters! With a clever design that shows Jasper's hectic rush compared with Ollie's casual stroll, this hilarious story allows young readers to easily recognize the differences between the two pals. It's a smartly paced, hugely funny celebration of what makes each person special. Kids AND grown-ups will giggle as they decide if they're more of a "Jasper" or an "Ollie." It's also a great story to share the concept of "taking time to smell the roses"—a perfect lesson in our overly scheduled world. And look for book two from this exciting new author-illustrator, coming in summer 2020: Jasper & Ollie Build a Fort. Critics love Jasper & Ollie!: "A hilarious and lively romp that sneaks in a message about the importance of patience and will have its readers hoping for some follow-up adventures of the 'odd couple' friends."—School Library Journal “Forget the tortoise and the hare, this tale of friendship between an unhurried sloth and a wild fox is a funnier version of those famous opposites, and one that will have kids wondering whether they’re more like the deliberate Ollie or the frenetic Jasper.”—ReadBrightly.com Children's Book Council "Hot Off the Press" selection