Paperback: 40 pages
Publisher: Aladdin (December 1, 2001)
9.2 x 10 x 0.2 inches
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Editorial Reviews From School Library Journal PreSchool-Grade in a village in the 19th Century New England whaling Set 2-defended, this picture book the cause of noisy children and ingenuity of the girls bead fantasies book. When Emily was born, his surprise development "Goo Goo BA BA" the midwife and frightened the birds bead fantasies book. As it grows, it becomes stronger. Rather than miss school for the soft-spoken Meekmeister carted daughters, Emily is itself a demanding jobs on a whaler. It is just the place for controlling the unruly child and explosions and the crew saved the ship during a storm. In the satisfactory completion Emily returns with his family life, but this time in a lighthouse, where she warns passing ships of dangerous rocks. "And nobody in this house by the sea never complained about the noise." The oil paintings are styled after the popular art of the 19th Century and successfully pull the story together. Much of the text is against the fabric embroidery, gives the book a look charming, homespun. The cover sheets, the words are Songs of the Sea more with scrimshaw style illustrations to show Emily around his mouth wide open, hard to work with the sailors. A happy story with a heroine shows friendly, that the irrepressible nature children.Christy Norris Blanchette, Valley Cottage Library, NYCopyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. - This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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