Big And Small, Room For All

De (autor) Ilustrat de Gillian Newland
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en Limba Engleză Board book – 06 Jul 2017 – vârsta până la 2 ani
For the first time in board book format, this concept book by award-winning author Jo Ellen Bogart explores the size of animate and inanimate objects and their places in the universe. She introduces children to the concept of 'we' - that humans are a big part of the world, but a small part of all of existence.
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ISBN-13: 9780143198932
ISBN-10: 0143198939
Pagini: 32
Ilustrații: 32
Dimensiuni: 203 x 168 x 17 mm
Greutate: 0.39 kg
Editura: Penguin Random House Group
Colecția Tundra
Locul publicării: Toronto, Canada

Notă biografică

Jo Ellen Bogart is the author of many best-selling children’s books, including Jeremiah Learns to Read, Daniel’s Dog, and Gifts. She has degrees in elementary education and psychology from the University of Texas, and she now writes full time. Jo Ellen has won the Ruth Schwartz Award and has been shortlisted for the Mr. Christie’s Book Award. Her first book for Tundra was a biography of Maud Lewis called Capturing Joy: The Story of Maud Lewis. Born in Houston, Texas, she now lives in a pet-filled home in Guelph, Ontario.

Gillian Newland is an artist living and working in Toronto, Ontario. She has a diploma in illustration from Sheridan College. This is her first children’s book. When she is not working, Gillian likes to travel. She tends to be the reclusive sort, but you can sometimes find her sketching on the subway.


Praise for Capturing Joy:
“. . . Bogart’s introduction to this Canadian painter is a lesson in self-determination . . . A lovely and inspiring book.” — School Library Journal

“Jo Ellen Bogart tells Lewis’ story with empathy and insight . . .” – Quill & Quire