Once Upon a Potty: Boy by Alona FrankelThe classic books on a timeless subject -- for a new generation.
In 1975, Alona Frankel wrote and illustrated her first book, especially for her son Michael, on how to use the potty. Thirty-two years later, Once Upon a Potty -- Boy and Once Upon a Potty -- Girl are the classic books on potty training and have sold more than four million copies worldwide. These childrens books help parents everywhere deal successfully with an often vexing challenge for the whole family.
Thanks to their timeless words and beloved images, Once Upon a Potty -- Boy and Once Upon a Potty -- Girl are being discovered and used by a new generation of parents. These two books, with their phenomenal staying power, target and meet the needs of an obviously perpetual market.
🎭LA HIJA DEL AIRE🎭 #Almagro42
La Hija del Aire
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book.
Hubbard Rose Constance. Who Wrote the Segunda parte of La hija del aire?. In: Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire , tome 54, fasc. Calderon, "Hija fui de Ananias". The Play and the Problem. Revived by ninteenth-century German scholars, La hija del aire, a comedia in two parts, later found favor with the the Generation of More recently A.
We don't currently have any sources for this product. If you add this item to your wish list we will let you know when it becomes available. Is the information for this product incomplete, wrong or inappropriate? Let us know about it. Does this product have an incorrect or missing image? Send us a new image.
The ancient legend of Semiramis is dramatised by a master playwright in a terrifying story of a human love triangle amidst a raging battle between two goddesses, Diana and Venus. Caught in the middle is Semiramis, raised in isolation as a prisoner, who enters the world as a full-grown woman with the fire and ambition of a fearsome ruler. Woods Semiramis languishes in a remote prison, where she has been locked up since her infancy. She is guarded by Tiresias, a priest in the service of the goddess Venus.