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by Marie-Louise Gay

Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Author: Marie-Louise Gay
ISBN: 1554981034
ISBN13: 978-1554981038
Language: English
Publisher: Groundwood Books (August 9, 2011)
Pages: 32
Fb2 eBook: 1727 kb
ePub eBook: 1624 kb
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When Stella was small she thought she was a turtle, that trees could talk, and that words were like ants running off the pages of her books.

When Stella was small she thought she was a turtle, that trees could talk, and that words were like ants running off the pages of her books. She couldn’t tie her shoes.

Although Marie-Louise In this book in the Stella and Sam series, Marie-Louise Gay has gone back in time to answer the questions often asked by the children who read and love the books.

Although Marie-Louise In this book in the Stella and Sam series, Marie-Louise Gay has gone back in time to answer the questions often asked by the children who read and love the books

Marie-Louise Gay's evocative watercolor illustrations and whimsical, humorous story create a world where .

What did Stella look like when she was small? In this book in the Stella and Sam series, Marie-Louise Gay has gone back in time to answer the questions often asked by the children who read and love the books. From When Stella was Very, Very Small. In this book, Stella and her little brother are spending the day at the sea.

Marie-Louise Gay. When Stella was small she thought she was a turtle, that trees could talk, and that words were like ants running off the pages of her books. She couldn't tie her shoes, but she could survive a wild sandstorm

Marie-Louise Gay. She couldn't tie her shoes, but she could survive a wild sandstorm. Marie-Louise Gay has gone back in time to answer the questions often asked by the children who read and love her Stella books.

When Stella Was Very, Very Small – written and illustrated by Marie-Louise Gay. In this book in the Stella and Sam series, Marie-Louise Gay has gone back in time to answer the questions often asked by the children who read and love the books. Where does Stella get her wild ideas?

When Stella Was Very, Very Small – written and illustrated by Marie-Louise Gay. Where does Stella get her wild ideas? How big is Stella's imagination? What did Stella look like when she was small? How did Stella come to be the big sister to Sam that we all know and love? More information.

Marie-Louise Gay (born June 17, 1952) is a Canadian children's writer and illustrator. From 1987 to 2015, she won the annual Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award four times, all for books that she also wrote

Marie-Louise Gay (born June 17, 1952) is a Canadian children's writer and illustrator. From 1987 to 2015, she won the annual Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award four times, all for books that she also wrote. Gay was born in Quebec City and lived in Montreal and Vancouver as a child

Stella and Sam is a preschool television series based on the Canadian book series "Stella" and "Sam" by Marie-Louise Gay and published by Groundwood Books Inc. Also.

Stella and Sam is a preschool television series based on the Canadian book series "Stella" and "Sam" by Marie-Louise Gay and published by Groundwood Books Inc. Also, it was developed for television by Radical Sheep Productions. This series no longer airs on Family Jr. in Canada as of September 1, 2016.

Marie-Louise Gay has gone back in time to answer the questions often asked by the children who read and love her .

Marie-Louise Gay has gone back in time to answer the questions often asked by the children who read and love her "Stella" books. Where does Stella get her wild ideas? How big is Stella's imagination? What did Stella look like when she was small? How did Stella come to be the big sister to Sam? Although Gay didn't know what she would find when she started to explore Stella's childhood, she soon realized that when Stella was very small, she saw the world in her own unique way - with wonder, curiosity, and the sense that everything is possible. Evocative watercolors and.

Marie-Louise Gay has gone back in time to answer the questions often asked by the children who read and love her Stella books. Where does Stella get her wild ideas? How big is Stella’s imagination? What did Stella look like when she was small? How did Stella come to be the big sister to Sam? Although Gay didn’t know what she would find when she started to explore Stella’s childhood, she soon realized that when Stella was very small, she saw the world in her own unique way ? with wonder, curiosity, and the sense that everything is possible

When Stella was small she thought she was a turtle, that trees could talk, and that words were like ants running off the pages of her books. She couldn’t tie her shoes, but she could survive a wild sandstorm. Marie-Louise Gay has gone back in time to answer the questions often asked by the children who read and love her Stella books. Although she didn’t know what she would find when she started to explore Stella’s childhood, she soon realized that when Stella was very small, she saw the world in her own unique way — with wonder, curiosity and the sense that everything is possible. And when Sam came along, what could be more natural than to try to pass this sense of wonder on to him? A story of a lovely, tiny Stella, whose world is full of small adventures and slivers of magic.
Comments to eBook When Stella was Very, Very Small (Stella and Sam)
VizoRRR
Gave for a baby gift. Surprised it was just a regular thin paperback. I have seen the harder paperback
books by Gay and I thought that was what I was getting. Disappointed too much money for the quality.
Good story.
Runeshaper
My 4 year old adores the Stella books so we have ended up buying them all one by one. This was a recent addition to the collection and is quickly becoming our favorite. As usual the illustrations are beautiful and the tone is wistful, but this one is something special. It captures the magic of early childhood as well as its brevity - my favorite line describes how she no longer thinks words are ants and can read the stories they tell to her brother. It seems to be my daughter's favorite Stella book, and it is by far my favorite. I would definitely recommend it!
Nalmergas
My children love Stella & especially love how they can watch het grow in this story...our favorite Stella book!
Kagrel
beautiful children books!!!!! :)
Very Old Chap
Grandsons love thisl
Kare
Wonderful book series to share with your children or grandchildren. The illustrations are so sweet and the colors too. So cute to see what adventures go on with Stella and her little brother Sam.
Akta
adorable book. I found it to be very well illustrated and nicely written. My granddaughter really enjoyed this book. Enjoy
This was a gift for a 2-year-old named Stella and she loves it!
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