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Grandpa Green

Smith, Lane

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ISBN 10: 1596436077 / ISBN 13: 9781596436077
Verlag: Roaring Brook Press, New York, 2011
Zustand: Fine Hardcover
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Signed on the title page by the author, Lane Smith. Caldecott Honor. New/unread US first edition, first printing. Purchase includes the softcover format advance reading copy with a drawing of Grandpa Green. Both books are signed. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 013611

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Bibliografische Details

Titel: Grandpa Green

Verlag: Roaring Brook Press, New York

Erscheinungsdatum: 2011

Einband: Hard Cover

Zustand:Fine

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fine

Signiert: Signed by Author

Auflage: First Edition

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Book by Smith Lane

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"Opening this book is like opening a gate to a secret garden, filled with the treasures of a life well lived. In his portrait of a boy who adores and honors his forgetful great-grandfather, Smith shows us that the things that are meaningful to the ones we love become part of our garden, too." --"Shelf Awareness"

"Though this book has lots of adult appeal, it will also be a wonderful bridge to exploring family history with the very young." --"Kirkus Reviews"

"Sketched with a finely lined fairy-tale wispiness and dominated by verdant green, the illustrations are not just creative but poignant." --"Booklist"

"An unassuming little masterpiece...the book's power lies in its rich, allusive artistry." --"New York Times Book Review" "It's a rare glimpse into Smith's softer side--as skillful as his more sly offerings, but crafted with honesty and heart." --"Publishers Weekly" Starred Review "Visually intriguing and emotionally resonant, this is a book to pore over and talk about. With each subsequent reading, it offers new layers of meaning and visual connections.""-School Library Journal" Starred Review

"Opening this book is like opening a gate to a secret garden, filled with the treasures of a life well lived. In his portrait of a boy who adores and honors his forgetful great-grandfather, Smith shows us that the things that are meaningful to the ones we love become part of our garden, too." --"Shelf Awareness"

"Though this book has lots of adult appeal, it will also be a wonderful bridge to exploring family history with the very young." --"Kirkus Reviews"

"Sketched with a finely lined fa
"An unassuming little masterpiece...the book's power lies in its rich, allusive artistry." --"New York Times Book Review" "It's a rare glimpse into Smith's softer side--as skillful as his more sly offerings, but crafted with honesty and heart." --"Publishers Weekly" Starred Review "Visually intriguing and emotionally resonant, this is a book to pore over and talk about. With each subsequent reading, it offers new layers of meaning and visual connections.""-School Library Journal" Starred Review

"Opening this book is like opening a gate to a secret garden, filled with the treasures of a life well lived. In his portrait of a boy who adores and honors his forgetful great-grandfather, Smith shows us that the things that are meaningful to the ones we love become part of our garden, too." --"Shelf Awareness"

"Though this book has lots of adult appeal, it will also be a wonderful bridge to exploring family history with the very young." --"Kirkus Reviews"

"Sketched with a finely line

"Great-grandpa's memory may be going, but the past remains vibrantly alive in the playful topiaries that decorate his brilliantly green yard. Lush and magical." --"People" "An unassuming little masterpiece...the book's power lies in its rich, allusive artistry." --"New York Times Book Review" "It's a rare glimpse into Smith's softer side--as skillful as his more sly offerings, but crafted with honesty and heart." --"Publishers Weekly" Starred Review "Visually intriguing and emotionally resonant, this is a book to pore over and talk about. With each subsequent reading, it offers new layers of meaning and visual connections.""-School Library Journal" Starred Review

"Opening this book is like opening a gate to a secret garden, filled with the treasures of a life well lived. In his portrait of a boy who adores and honors his forgetful great-grandfather, Smith shows us that the things that are meaningful to the ones we love become part of our garden, too." --"Shelf Awareness"

"Though th

"In this affecting picture book, a boy recounts the life of his beloved great-grandfather...The author's illustrations, a blend of line drawings and sponge painting, have a classic feel, and make clever use of the topiary theme, rewarding close examination and repeated reading."--"The New Yorker" "Great-grandpa's memory may be going, but the past remains vibrantly alive in the playful topiaries that decorate his brilliantly green yard. Lush and magical." --"People" "An unassuming little masterpiece...the book's power lies in its rich, allusive artistry." --"New York Times Book Review" "It's a rare glimpse into Smith's softer side--as skillful as his more sly offerings, but crafted with honesty and heart." --"Publishers Weekly" Starred Review "Visually intriguing and emotionally resonant, this is a book to pore over and talk about. With each subsequent reading, it offers new layers of meaning and visual connections.""-School Library Journal" Starred Review

"Opening this book is like opening a gate to a secret garden, filled with the treasures of a life well lived. In his portrait of a boy who adores and honors his forgetful great-grandfather, Smith shows us that the things that are meaningful to the ones we love become part of our garden, too." --"Shelf Awareness"

"Though this book has lots of adult appeal, it will also be a wonderful bridge to exploring family history with the very young." --"Kirkus Reviews"

"Sketched with a finely lined fairy-tale wispiness and dominated by verdant green, the illustrations are not just creative but poignant." --"Booklist"

In this affecting picture book, a boy recounts the life of his beloved great-grandfather The author's illustrations, a blend of line drawings and sponge painting, have a classic feel, and make clever use of the topiary theme, rewarding close examination and repeated reading. "The New Yorker"

Great-grandpa's memory may be going, but the past remains vibrantly alive in the playful topiaries that decorate his brilliantly green yard. Lush and magical. "People"

An unassuming little masterpiece the book's power lies in its rich, allusive artistry. "New York Times Book Review"

It's a rare glimpse into Smith's softer side--as skillful as his more sly offerings, but crafted with honesty and heart. "Publishers Weekly Starred Review"

Visually intriguing and emotionally resonant, this is a book to pore over and talk about. With each subsequent reading, it offers new layers of meaning and visual connections. "School Library Journal Starred Review"

Opening this book is like opening a gate to a secret garden, filled with the treasures of a life well lived. In his portrait of a boy who adores and honors his forgetful great-grandfather, Smith shows us that the things that are meaningful to the ones we love become part of our garden, too. "Shelf Awareness"

Though this book has lots of adult appeal, it will also be a wonderful bridge to exploring family history with the very young. "Kirkus Reviews"

Sketched with a finely lined fairy-tale wispiness and dominated by verdant green, the illustrations are not just creative but poignant. "Booklist""

A Caldecott Honor Book

In this affecting picture book, a boy recounts the life of his beloved great-grandfather The author's illustrations, a blend of line drawings and sponge painting, have a classic feel, and make clever use of the topiary theme, rewarding close examination and repeated reading. The New Yorker

Great-grandpa's memory may be going, but the past remains vibrantly alive in the playful topiaries that decorate his brilliantly green yard. Lush and magical. People

An unassuming little masterpiece the book's power lies in its rich, allusive artistry. New York Times Book Review

It's a rare glimpse into Smith's softer side--as skillful as his more sly offerings, but crafted with honesty and heart. Publishers Weekly Starred Review

Visually intriguing and emotionally resonant, this is a book to pore over and talk about. With each subsequent reading, it offers new layers of meaning and visual connections. School Library Journal Starred Review

Opening this book is like opening a gate to a secret garden, filled with the treasures of a life well lived. In his portrait of a boy who adores and honors his forgetful great-grandfather, Smith shows us that the things that are meaningful to the ones we love become part of our garden, too. Shelf Awareness

Though this book has lots of adult appeal, it will also be a wonderful bridge to exploring family history with the very young. Kirkus Reviews

Sketched with a finely lined fairy-tale wispiness and dominated by verdant green, the illustrations are not just creative but poignant. Booklist

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A Caldecott Honor Book

"In this affecting picture book, a boy recounts the life of his beloved great-grandfather...The author's illustrations, a blend of line drawings and sponge painting, have a classic feel, and make clever use of the topiary theme, rewarding close examination and repeated reading." --The New Yorker

"Great-grandpa's memory may be going, but the past remains vibrantly alive in the playful topiaries that decorate his brilliantly green yard. Lush and magical." --People

"An unassuming little masterpiece...the book's power lies in its rich, allusive artistry." --New York Times Book Review

"It's a rare glimpse into Smith's softer side--as skillful as his more sly offerings, but crafted with honesty and heart." --Publishers Weekly Starred Review

"Visually intriguing and emotionally resonant, this is a book to pore over and talk about. With each subsequent reading, it offers new layers of meaning and visual connections." --School Library Journal Starred Review

"Opening this book is like opening a gate to a secret garden, filled with the treasures of a life well lived. In his portrait of a boy who adores and honors his forgetful great-grandfather, Smith shows us that the things that are meaningful to the ones we love become part of our garden, too." --Shelf Awareness

"Though this book has lots of adult appeal, it will also be a wonderful bridge to exploring family history with the very young." --Kirkus Reviews

"Sketched with a finely lined fairy-tale wispiness and dominated by verdant green, the illustrations are not just creative but poignant." --Booklist

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