Suspense and Obscurity
Fitness and Nutrition
One grandfather has just enough fanciful answers to keep his little grandson satisfie. ell for now!
One grandfather has just enough fanciful answers to keep his little grandson satisfie. ell for now! Why do the star come out at night? Because the moon is scared of the dark! This book is about stimulating the imagination and learning to develop a sense of humour. These are the questions little people ask and some of the answers are really beautiful. Why do grown-ups get cross?
The questions such as "Why is the sky so high?"are replied to by an adult with a wide selection of idioms.
The questions such as "Why is the sky so high?"are replied to by an adult with a wide selection of idioms. Release date: 22 November 2012. Words and Pictures-Words and Pictures, Phonics Special: Y.
Annalena McAfee (born . 952) is a British children's author and journalist . She has written a number of children's books, some which have been translated into French, German and Dutch. a b Daniel Zalewski "The Background Hum", New Yorker, 23 February 2009.
The Visitors Who Came to Stay. Annalena McAfee, Anthony Browne.
Children's Books Literature & Fiction. More by Annalena McAfee. The Visitors Who Came to Stay. Dreamkidz (Dolphin Paperbacks). The Girl Who Got to Number One. McAfee, Annalena McAfee.
Annalena McAfee, Anthony Lewis (Illustrator). Why do small children ask so many questions? A young boy out for a walk with his grandfather receives some satisfying answers to all those child's eye mysteries.
August 1997 : UK Hardback. August 1998 : UK Paperback
Author: Annalena McAfee, Anthony Lewis ISBN 10: 1856815536. Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Will be clean, not soiled or stained.
Annalena McAfee (geboren 1952 in London) ist eine britische Journalistin und Schriftstellerin. Illustrationen Anthony Browne. London: Red Fox, 1998. Annalena McAfee studierte an der University of Essex. Sie begann ihre als Theater- und Kunstkritikerin beim London Evening Standard und arbeitete danach im Feuilleton für Kunst und Literatur der Financial Times. London: Walker, 1984. Illustrationen Anthony Lewis. London: Red Fox, 1999. Annalena McAfee interview.