Free eBook The Saucepan Game download
by Jan Ormerod
Author: Jan Ormerod
Publisher: William Morrow & Co; 1st U.S. ed edition (March 1, 1989)
Category: Books for Children
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The Saucepan Game book. Jan Ormerod grew up in the small towns of Western Australia, with three older sisters, and as a child she drew constantly and compulsively.
The Saucepan Game book. Baby and cat have a lot of fun playing with a saucepan. She went to art school and studied drawing, painting and sculpture.
Jan Ormerod (23 September 1946 – 23 January 2013), born Janet Louise Hendry, was an Australian illustrator of children's books. She first came to prominence from her wordless picture book Sunshine which won the 1982 Mother Goose Award. Her work was noted for its ability to remove clutter to tell a simple story that young children could enjoy, employing flat colours and clean lines.
Jan Ormerod's first picture book was Sunshine. It won the Mother Goose Award in 1982, was voted the Picture Book of the Year 1982 by the Children's Book Council of Australia and was highly commended for the Kate Greenaway Medal. A reassuring glimpse into a loving home and morning routine through the eyes of a child.
ISBN 10: 0688085199, ISBN 13: 9780688085193. Book: Library binding - but not ex library, gift inscription; Dust Jacket: Minor edgewear; price clipped; Color drawings. Bookseller Inventory 13692. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: THE SAUCEPAN GAME. Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, NY. Publication Date: 1989.
Jan Ormerod understood how children behave. Dad's back with a game, a chase and a tickle
Jan Ormerod understood how children behave. Photograph: Theodora Wayte. The mother of two girls, Sophie and Laura, Jan understood what interested small children. Jan married Paul Ormerod in 1971 and they moved between England and Australia for several years before settling in Cambridge in 1987. Although they divorced in 1989, Jan and Paul, always loving parents, stayed good friends, and he was a great support to her during her final illness. Dad's back with a game, a chase and a tickle. We became good friends in Cambridge and she was a regular visitor to Homerton College, where I worked.