Fb2 Away from Home ePub
by Anita Lobel
|Category:||Growing Up and Facts of Life|
|Publisher:||Greenwillow Books; 1st edition (September 15, 1994)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1435 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1467 kb|
|Digital formats:||txt azw lit lrf|
Away from Home has been added to your Cart. This alliterative alphabet book takes the reader on a globe-trotting adventure as Lobel sets the stage-literally-to introduce letters and various world cities as well.
Away from Home has been added to your Cart. A sentence describes each scene: "Henry hoped in Hollywood"; "Paul painted in Paris. Lobel continually shows the reactions of those in the front row, creating the excitement of a live theater performance.
Anita Lobel (née Kempler; born June 2, 1934) is a Polish-American illustrator of children's books, including On Market Street, written by her husband Arnold Lobel and a Caldecott Honor Book for illustration, A New Coat for Anna, Alison's Z. .
Anita Lobel (née Kempler; born June 2, 1934) is a Polish-American illustrator of children's books, including On Market Street, written by her husband Arnold Lobel and a Caldecott Honor Book for illustration, A New Coat for Anna, Alison's Zinnia, and This Quiet Lady. One Lighthouse, One Moon, one of three books she created about her cat, Nini, is a New York Times Best Illustrated Book. Her childhood memoir, No Pretty Pictures, was a finalist for the National Book Award.
Author Anita Lobel. After a hug and kiss from Mama and Papa, Lena is cozy in her bed and ready for her sleep sheep to help her fall asleep. Mama Rabbit is too sick to leave her bed. But the sheep refuse to line up and be counted! "We're sca-a-a-a-red!" the sheep baa together. Poor Mama! When Papa Rabbit leaves home to get her some medicine, the ten little rabbit children take it upon themselves to help her feel better. One by one they bring her treats from around the house, including a steaming cup of hot chocolate, a cuddly toy, a good book, and a shiny necklace.
Anita Lobel is an illustrator of children's books. Her memoir that depicts her childhood of flight and imprisonment in Nazi-occupied Poland, ''No Pretty Pictures'' was a finalist for the National Book Award. She has also received the Caldecott Honor Medal. Books by Anita Lobel. Mor. rivia About Away from Home.
Anita Lobel is well known for her colorful picture books. In storytelling pictures in books for children the miniaturization of those visions came to suit me. It has served me well for many years. Her books have appeared on The New York Times best illustrated list. She is a recipient of a Caldecott Honor Medal. Her childhood memoir "No Pretty Pictures" was a finalist for the National Book award. Over the years I have won recognition from the Boston Globe, The Washington Post, the NewYork Times. As well as the Caldecott Honor from the American Library Association.
Good for School Teachers. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. I used this book in my first and second grade classrooms. We would sit in front of a large wall map and then read a page at a time. Next we would find the city or country on the map. Some clues were occasionally needed but most of the time some students would know that London is in England, or Paris is in France.
Written and Illustrated by: Anita Lobel Published by: Greenwillow Books, 1994 ISBN: 0688103545 (ISBN13: 9780688103545) Personal copy of the book. What is even more awesome is the afterword that Anita Lobel wrote that indicated which countries these cities are found, and a brief description of the monuments or landmark buildings she used to depict the city. Would you like to know which country Zachary went to? Then you have to find this book.
Anita Lobel was barely five when the war began and sixteen by the time she came to America from Sweden, where she had been . Since coming to the United States as a teenager, Anita Lobel has spent her life making pictures. She has never gone back. She has never looked back.
Since coming to the United States as a teenager, Anita Lobel has spent her life making pictures. Until now. 00-01 Tayshas High School Reading List Anita Lobel was barely five years old when World War II began and the Nazis burst into her home in Krakow, Poland, changing her life forever.