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Tap Tap Boom Boom

De (autor) Ilustrat de G. Brian Karas
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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 11 Apr 2017 – vârsta de la 3 până la 7 ani
When a thunderstorm hits a city street, children and grown-ups dash to the subway for shelter and an impromptu friendly gathering.
The clouds are gathering above a city street and soon tap, tap, boom, boom As a thunderstorm rolls in, people of all stripes race down to the subway to get away from the crackling rain and wind. With quirky wordplay and infectious rhymes, Elizabeth Bluemle crystallizes an unexpected moment of community, while G. Brian Karas s warm illustrations show the smiles to be had when a storm brings strangers together as friends."
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780763693046
ISBN-10: 0763693049
Pagini: 32
Dimensiuni: 229 x 267 x 5 mm
Greutate: 0.16 kg
Editura: CANDLEWICK BOOKS

Notă biografică

Elizabeth Bluemle is the author of "How Do You Wokka-Wokka? "and "My Father the Dog, "both illustrated by Randy Cecil, and "Dogs on the Bed, "illustrated by Anne Wilsdorf. Elizabeth Bluemle lives in Vermont, where she co-owns the Flying Pig Bookstore in Shelburne.
G. Brian Karas has illustrated more than ninety children's books, including two books about Ant and Honey Bee by Megan McDonald; "Switching on the Moon: A Very First Book of Bedtime Poems, "edited by Jane Yolen and Andrew Fusek Peters; and the "New York Times "Best Illustrated Children's Book "Are You Going to Be Good? "by Cari Best. G. Brian Karas lives in the Hudson Valley of New York.

Recenzii

In toe-tapping, jazz-chant verse, author, bookseller, and PW blogger Bluemle writes about the way a sudden thunderstorm "makes friends/ of strangers." ... Bluemle's story unfolds on a scale just right for preschoolers, with plenty of hullaballoo, subtle attention to the senses, and an affirmation of the way misfortune can lead to small miracles.
--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Bluemle employs bouncy, fast-paced rhymes and rhythms with words that emphasize sound and movement. ... The text, appropriately varied in size and boldness to match the storm's activity, moves across mostly double-paged spreads and intermingles with the illustrations. Karas ... sets gouache and pencil drawings within collages of photographs of New York City. ... The ethnically diverse characters are animated as they head for the subway stairs, and there are delightful details to elicit giggles from young readers. Cuddle up for a rainy-day adventure.
--Kirkus Reviews

Children will enjoy following the various characters as they put up umbrellas, splash through puddles, and run for cover down the subway stairs... Karas' colorful, detailed, and lively pictures--created using photographs, gouache, and pencil--are the perfect vehicle for Bluemle's succinct, catchy rhymes that energetically describe a sudden rainstorm in the city.
--Booklist

The sonorous language of Bluemle's rhythmic text makes it a pleasure to read aloud... Karas' illustrations--a mixture of photographs, gouache, and pencil--are as expressive and detailed as always, and the combination of media expertly captures both the energy of a big city and the quietness of a pause in the commotion.
--Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
'Tap Tap Boom Boom' offers a smaller, anecdotal slice of New York life... quotidian but magical, the kind of interruption in routine that might loom large in a small child's eyes and is rendered evocatively here. G. Brian Karas's illustrations, which combine drawings and photographs, capture the crazy yellow light of a summer storm while the onomatopoetic title, used as a refrain in the text, renders the sound of big, juicy raindrops splattering on concrete as thunder cracks overhead.
--The New York Times Book Review
In toe-tapping, jazz-chant verse, author, bookseller, and PW blogger Bluemle writes about the way a sudden thunderstorm "makes friends/ of strangers." ... Bluemle's story unfolds on a scale just right for preschoolers, with plenty of hullaballoo, subtle attention to the senses, and an affirmation of the way misfortune can lead to small miracles.
--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Bluemle employs bouncy, fast-paced rhymes and rhythms with words that emphasize sound and movement. ... The text, appropriately varied in size and boldness to match the storm's activity, moves across mostly double-paged spreads and intermingles with the illustrations. Karas ... sets gouache and pencil drawings within collages of photographs of New York City. ... The ethnically diverse characters are animated as they head for the subway stairs, and there are delightful details to elicit giggles from young readers. Cuddle up for a rainy-day adventure.
--Kirkus Reviews
Children will enjoy following the various characters as they put up umbrellas, splash through puddles, and run for cover down the subway stairs... Karas' colorful, detailed, and lively pictures--created using photographs, gouache, and pencil--are the perfect vehicle for Bluemle's succinct, catchy rhymes that energetically describe a sudden rainstorm in the city.
--Booklist
Karas's winsome, multicultural caricatures inhabit a neighborhood that appears lifelike due to his used