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by Barbara Garrison,May Garelick

Free eBook Look at the Moon download ISBN: 1572551429
Author: Barbara Garrison,May Garelick
Publisher: Mondo Pub; Ex-library edition (September 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 32
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Science Nature and How It Works
Size MP3: 1942 mb
Size FLAC: 1445 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: azw mbr mobi lit


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by May Garelick (Author), Barbara Garrison (Illustrator). A child and her cat look out the window at the moon and wonder, in easy, lilting verse, where else the moon shines?does it shine on the city beyond their window, and at the poles, and in the woodland as well? The answer is, of course, that it does, and its illuminations are bodied forth in full-color illustrations done in a batiklike technique.

Look at the Moon book . Journey through the moonlit worldMay Garelick's poetic text follows the moon in its journey around the world. Hand-printed collagraphs by Barbara Garrison evoke the drama, beauty, and silence found in the moonlit world.

Look at the Moon - written by May Garelick, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard. Tomi Ungerer, Various Owls, thanks to Vintage Kid's Books My Kid Loves Did you see the moon last night?

Look at the Moon - written by May Garelick, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard. An exploration of the finest in art, illustration, crafts and design from around the world featuring animals, both real and fantastic. Tomi Ungerer, Various Owls, thanks to Vintage Kid's Books My Kid Loves Did you see the moon last night? Leonard Weisgard Look at the Moon Иллюстратор Leonard Weisgard Автор May Garelick Страна США Год издания 1969 Издательство Young Scott Books. Look At The Moon Inuit Art Cute Illustration We Bear Vintage Children's Books Tumblr Art Bear Art Childrens Books Wall. An exploration of the finest in art, illustration, crafts and design from around the world featuring animals, both real and fantastic

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Published 1969 by Young Scott Books in New York A journey in verse to discover whether the same moon shines on all parts of the world.

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ISBN 9781572551411 (978-1-57255-141-1) Softcover, Mondo Pub, 1996. Learn More at LibraryThing. May Garelick at LibraryThing.

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A journey in verse to discover whether the same moon shines on all parts of the world.
User reviews
EROROHALO
This is a sweet book for young children, with lots of different animals and settings. I'm a fan of Barbara Garrison's art, which because of the methods used to create it, just has a very unique look that has drawn me in from the first time I saw it. Everything has great texture that makes it almost 3-D. I wish the story was longer to show more animals and people in other lands!
Moonshaper
One of the most beautiful pictures I've seen. The tale is sweet, though very simple, but the illustrations bring the story on a whole new level.
Malaunitly
This book is illustrated with a method I've never seen before - it's called collagraph. This is a collage which is then inked and printed on an etching press, and the resulting print is then colored once again to emphasize details. The illustrations add richness to the simple yet profound topic. According to the author, she was visiting France when a little girl asked her: do you have a moon in America? is it the same moon we have here? I always love books which help children explore questions we adults have already forgotten to ask. The text is lyrical and creates beautiful imaginative pictures of different regions, animals, and lifestyles around the world. My only small quibble with the book is that, towards the end, it states that once each month, on a special night, there is a full moon which can be seen all around the world by everyone. This nearly undermines the entire book by making it seem as though the moon can ONLY be seen by everyone around the world when it is full; however, I think the overall quality of the book still makes it a must-own.
Coiwield
Does Everyone See the moon as I see it -? this is the question posed by Author May Garelick. Moonlight falls outside a childs window and across the see, and many other places. Leading readers to special places near and far that the moon casts light for all to see. Barbara Garrision's charming illustrations bring these places alive. A favorite of our family is little girl and her cat watching full moon from a dock as a sail boat goes by.... Book recommended for it's pictures -and it's look at a simple yet complex subject kids wonder about
Grandparents be sure to read this one to all the grand -kids.