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eBook I Touch ePub

by Rachel Isadora

  • ISBN: 0862032407
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Rachel Isadora
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Julia Macrae (February 27, 1986)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1724 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1138 kb
  • Other: mobi lrf docx doc
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 807

Description

Rachel Isadora is the exception.

Rachel Isadora is the exception. When she was young, she wanted to be a ballerina-and she became one. And now she has firmly established herself in a second career as an artist with an impressive string of picture books, including Ben's Trumpet, a Caldecott Honor Book. When Rachel begins a new book, she first imagines the story through the pictures. I 'see' each illustration separately," she says.

Rachel Isadora (born 1953) is an American illustrator, children's book author, specializing in picture books, and painter

Rachel Isadora (born 1953) is an American illustrator, children's book author, specializing in picture books, and painter. She is most famous for the book Ben's Trumpet, runner-up for the 1980 Caldecott Medal, or Caldecott Honor Book, and winner of the Boston Globe-Horn Book honor. Ben's Trumpet was adapted to video and also translated into a ballet by the Boston ballet company BalletRox in 2009.

Rachel Isadora is an award-winning children's author and illustrator

A very young child names the things she touches. Rachel Isadora is an award-winning children's author and illustrator. She has written children's books on multiple topics including ballet, life in America and Africa, and has illustrated several Brother Grimm tales in an African setting. She is most well-known for her Caldecott Honor Award book "Ben's Trumpet". She was a ballet dancer before she became an illustrator and children's writer. Books by Rachel Isadora. Mor. rivia About I Touch.

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Rachel Isadora is an American illustrator and writer of children's books, especially picture books. ballet company BalletRox in 2009. The more than 150 children's books Isadora has written and illustrated span a wide variety of topics, including

ISBN 10: 0688105246 ISBN 13: 9780688105242. Publisher: Greenwillow Books, 1991. Rachel Isadora lives in New York City with her two children. When she is not busy with her family, she spends most of her spare time drawing. Born and raised in New York City, Rachel studied at the School of American Ballet (associated with the New York City Ballet) as a Ford Foundation scholarship student. Work like this is a dancer's fantasy," she says.

Comments

Rainbearer Rainbearer
This board book was written in the '80s but the pictures look like the '50s. I got this book used & like the pictures & introduction of words like, "gooey, crunchy, scratchy". Like the large print & the children will be able to easily relate to things the child in the book is touching. Cute simple book & yes I will use it to teach how things feel.
Wanenai Wanenai
book was in poor condition, i had hoped to give it as a gift. nope.
RUL RUL
I know, I know... when it comes to board books, you wonder if your money would be better spent on teething toys sometimes. Our family has chosen to invest in a vast array of board books for our child because we believe that the benefits of reading to her outweigh the financial output. We also BUY the board books, rather than borrow them from the library or buy them used because young children DO tend to orally discover their world. Our daughter has chewed and thrown some of her books, BUT NOT THIS ONE! She treasures this book, it is one of her favorites. I have seen her hug it, even kiss it! I think she likes it because she can actually understand the words that go to the pictures. The illustrations are of a soft impressionistic style and are married well to the repetitive, rhythmic text. This book always seems to give her a focused calm, and has been a great tool to me in distracting her out of rascally or tantrum-y moods. Get it... you'll be glad you did!