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Jonathan and the Big Blue Boat

Stead, Philip

ISBN 10: 1596435623 / ISBN 13: 9781596435629
Verlag: Neal Porter/Roaring brook, 2011
Gebraucht Zustand: Fine Hardcover
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Signed on the title page by the author, Philip Stead who also added "Anchors Aweigh.". New/unread US first edition, first printing. Author of the Caldecott Winner A Sick Day for Amos illustrated by Erin Stead. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 014349

Bibliografische Details

Titel: Jonathan and the Big Blue Boat

Verlag: Neal Porter/Roaring brook

Erscheinungsdatum: 2011

Einband: Hard Cover

Illustrator: Philip C. Stead

Zustand:Fine

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fine

Signiert: Signed by Author

Auflage: First Edition.

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Book by Stead Philip C

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"Children will happily shift their focus from big to little, from large shapes to tiny numbers, from Jonathan's story to the pieces that make up its pictures." -Starred, "Kirkus Reviews
""Stead (A Sick Day for Amos McGee) uses squiggly ink lines and washes of warm color against a background of collaged newsprint, charts, and stamps that underscore the nautical theme and distance traveled . . . . a lovely, gentle adventure for younger readers." -Starred, "Publishers Weekly
""Stead combines playful compositions and his hero's serious intent in a winning combination. What at first seems almost whimsical, upon closer inspection reveals careful planning in each illustration." "-Shelf Awareness
""Stead skillfully employs color to reflect Jonathan's mood: an initial bright sky when the boy and Frederick are together, growing darkness as he sets off alone, and a final scene in which an orange-bright "globe" sun beams its rays on the reunited travelers. A gentle tale her

"The text has a gentle, meandering flavor with a repeated cumulative refrain.... The illustrations are striking..." --"BCCB"

"Children will happily shift their focus from big to little, from large shapes to tiny numbers, from Jonathan's story to the pieces that make up its pictures." -Starred, "Kirkus Reviews
""Stead (A Sick Day for Amos McGee) uses squiggly ink lines and washes of warm color against a background of collaged newsprint, charts, and stamps that underscore the nautical theme and distance traveled . . . . a lovely, gentle adventure for younger readers." -Starred, "Publishers Weekly
""Stead combines playful compositions and his hero's serious intent in a winning combination. What at first seems almost whimsical, upon closer inspection reveals careful planning in each illustration." "-Shelf Awareness
""Stead skillfully employs color to reflect Jonathan's mood: an initial bright sky when the boy and Frederick are together, growing darkness as he sets off alone, and a final scene in which an orange-bright "globe" sun beams its rays on the reunited travelers. A gentle tale heralding imagination's triumph over disappointment."" -School Library Journal"

The text has a gentle, meandering flavor with a repeated cumulative refrain . The illustrations are striking "BCCB"

Children will happily shift their focus from big to little, from large shapes to tiny numbers, from Jonathan's story to the pieces that make up its pictures. "Starred, Kirkus Reviews"

Stead (A Sick Day for Amos McGee) uses squiggly ink lines and washes of warm color against a background of collaged newsprint, charts, and stamps that underscore the nautical theme and distance traveled . . . . a lovely, gentle adventure for younger readers. "Starred, Publishers Weekly"

Stead combines playful compositions and his hero's serious intent in a winning combination. What at first seems almost whimsical, upon closer inspection reveals careful planning in each illustration. "Shelf Awareness"

Stead skillfully employs color to reflect Jonathan's mood: an initial bright sky when the boy and Frederick are together, growing darkness as he sets off alone, and a final scene in which an orange-bright "globe" sun beams its rays on the reunited travelers. A gentle tale heralding imagination's triumph over disappointment. "School Library Journal""

"The text has a gentle, meandering flavor with a repeated cumulative refrain.... The illustrations are striking..." --BCCB

"Children will happily shift their focus from big to little, from large shapes to tiny numbers, from Jonathan's story to the pieces that make up its pictures." --Starred, Kirkus Reviews

"Stead (A Sick Day for Amos McGee) uses squiggly ink lines and washes of warm color against a background of collaged newsprint, charts, and stamps that underscore the nautical theme and distance traveled . . . . a lovely, gentle adventure for younger readers." --Starred, Publishers Weekly

"Stead combines playful compositions and his hero's serious intent in a winning combination. What at first seems almost whimsical, upon closer inspection reveals careful planning in each illustration." --Shelf Awareness

"Stead skillfully employs color to reflect Jonathan's mood: an initial bright sky when the boy and Frederick are together, growing darkness as he sets off alone, and a final scene in which an orange-bright "globe" sun beams its rays on the reunited travelers. A gentle tale heralding imagination's triumph over disappointment." --School Library Journal

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