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More than 45 animals, delightfully depicted by Charley Harper, shine from the pages of this board book. Rhyming text by Zoe Burke names them all in read-aloud-fun fashion.
"New edition featuring over 100 animal-inspired artworks by American artist Charley Harper. Includes commentary by the artist/author"--
Comprehensive and entertaining, this volume comprises the greatest works in animal illustration from the Middle Ages through the twentieth century. The chronological presentation of hundreds of black-and-white and color images begins with a medieval illuminated manuscript by the Limbourg brothers and the Renaissance works of Albrecht Dürer and other artists from the first centuries of printing. Subsequent illustrations include the seventeenth-century real and imaginary animals of Matthäus Merian and the unique eighteenth-century compilations of Albertus Seba. Nineteenth-century images are drawn from sources as diverse as J. G. Heck's Bilder Atlas; the prints of Georges Baron Cuvier; William Jardine's 40-volume Naturalist's Library; bird illustrations by John James Audubon, Alexander Wilson, Edward Lear, and many others; extraordinary butterfly and insect images by E. A. Seguy, as well as animal illustrations from Victorian chromolithograph die cuts. The exquisite Edwardian bestiary of the Detmold brothers brings the collection into the twentieth century, and ends with the imagery of contemporary dinosaur artist James Gurney. Detailed bibliographical information concerning every source—including biographical details of each artist—makes this collection a vital reference tool as well as a splendid resource of outstanding animal illustrations. Students of graphic art and illustration, as well as graphic designers and advertising professionals, will prize this treasury of material from many rare historic sources.
Join the world of balloons, pancakes, and musical instruments—just a few items that can help to improve early literacy in the library, in the classroom, and at home. Literacy builders covered range from music and instruments to magnetic letters, alphabet beads, and even food. • Teaches librarians how to use storytimes to build literacy skills in pre-readers of all ages • Outlines all of the steps necessary to carry out pre-literacy storytimes, displays, and outreach activities with photos, examples, and instructions for librarians and families • Offers ideas for using inexpensive "doodads," especially those including letters of the alphabet, to build literacy skills • Details how the musical and nonmusical can add musical elements to storytime to improve literacy • Provides tips for engaging caretakers in storytime so that children may continue learning at home
This book shows you how to build students' skills through independent work, foster creativity with imaginative activities, integrate reading and writing in all content reas, and reach all students with a variety of learning modalities. Listed resources, such as educational Web sites, are included along with reproducibles to minimize preparation and planning time.
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