Fb2 When Africa Was Home (Orchard Paperbacks) ePub
by Floyd Cooper,Karen Lynn Williams
|Category:||Geography and Cultures|
|Author:||Floyd Cooper,Karen Lynn Williams|
|Publisher:||Scholastic (March 1, 1994)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1542 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1978 kb|
|Digital formats:||mobi docx lrf txt|
Karen Lynn Williams (Author), Floyd Cooper (Illustrator). This beautiful book is about a Caucasian American boy living in Africa with his parents (his father was working there), his experiences with his African nanny, friends and the nature arround.
Karen Lynn Williams (Author), Floyd Cooper (Illustrator). People: like wonderful extended family, nature: wonderful playground
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When Africa Was Home book. The joyful text and Cooper's boldly drawn, glowing of washed pictures evoke the intensely physical experience of the small child, his delight in the place and culture, what it feels like to belong there". Karen Williams story is a quality example of the struggles children can experience when they do not identify with the country that their parents recognize as "home. Jan 15, 2009 Lorraine rated it really liked it.
Author(s): Karen Lynn Williams, Floyd Cooper (Illustrations). When Africa Was Home (Hardcover). Published March 1st 1991 by Orchard Books (NY). ISBN: 0531070433 (ISBN13: 9780531070437). Author(s): Karen Lynn Williams, Floyd Cooper (Illustrator). ISBN: 0531085252 (ISBN13: 9780531085257).
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Williams, Karen Lynn; Cooper, Floyd, ill. Publication date. New York : Orchard Books. After returning to the United States, Peter's whole family misses the warmth and friendliness of their life in Africa; so Peter's father looks for another job there. no toc page and page number on the book. 1st Orchard paperbacks ed. urn:acs6:ll:pdf:c79-dcba8e8b579e urn:acs6:ll:epub:227-4ffc28abea82 urn:oclc:record:1036903730.
The small white child in this picture book feels alien when his family returns to America
book by Karen Lynn Williams. The small white child in this picture book feels alien when his family returns to America. He can't wait to go back to the warm African village where he ran free with his friends under a wide sk. .The joyful text and Cooper's boldly drawn, glowing oil-wash pictures evoke the intensely physical experience of a small child.
Karen Lynn Williams is an American writer of children's literature. She is best known for her books about the difficulties of children in developing countries. Born in 1952 in New Haven, Connecticut, she was educated at the University of Connecticut (. 1974) and Southern Connecticut State University (. She was a teacher of the deaf in Connecticut from 1977–80 and a Peace Corps teacher of English in Malawi from 1980-83
Hardcover, Paperback - In the fourth book in the Carver Chronicles series, third grader Calvin is dealing with his next . Sprout's Bookshelf - One Crazy Summer by Rita Williams-Garcia: Set in the this is an incredible book about sisters, mothers, and social justice.
Hardcover, Paperback - In the fourth book in the Carver Chronicles series, third grader Calvin is dealing with his next door neighbors moving away-and the school bully moving in. Meanwhile, competition at the school science fair is heating up, and Calvin must decide what to do when his data doesn't prove his theory. Truly unique characters, each girl has a voice all her own.
When Africa Was Home, fiction (New York: Orchard Book, 1991). Williams, Karen Lynn". The Pennsylvania Centre for the Book.
Karen Lynn Williams is an American writer of children's literature YouTube Encyclopedic. When Africa Was Home, fiction (New York: Orchard Book, 1991). First Grade King, fiction (New York: Clarion Books, 1992). Applebaum's Garage, fiction (New York: Clarion Books, 1993). Tap-Tap, fiction (New York: Clarion Books, 1994). Retrieved 6 April 2010. She was a teacher of the deaf in Connecticut from 1977–80 and a Peace Corps teacher of English in Malawi from 1980-83
Karen Lynn Williams, When Africa Was Home, Orchard Books (New York, NY), 1991
Karen Lynn Williams, When Africa Was Home, Orchard Books (New York, NY), 1991. Deborah Eaton, Petey, Silver Burdett (Parsippany, NJ), 1992. Denise Burden-Patmon, Imani's Gift at Kwanzaa, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1992. Winner of three Coretta Scott King honor awards for illustration, author and illustrator Floyd Cooper brings to life stories, poems, songs, and works of nonfiction detailing centuries of the African-American experience. Luminous" is perhaps the single most often used word by critics to describe Cooper's art, beginning with his contribution to the 1988 picture book Grandpa's Face, with a text by Eloise Greenfield.