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by Katharine; illustrated by Helen Craig Holabird,Helen Craig

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ISBN:
0906053978
Author:
Katharine; illustrated by Helen Craig Holabird,Helen Craig
Category:
Animals
Language:
English
Publisher:
HarperCollins New Zealand; 1st Edition edition (1985)
Pages:
24 pages
EPUB book:
1631 kb
FB2 book:
1558 kb
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1883 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
754


Angelina at the Fair Hardcover – September, 2000. In this volume Angelina has to take Henry with her to the fair and she isn't happy about it and does a poor job of babysitting.

Angelina at the Fair Hardcover – September, 2000. by Katharine Holabird (Author), Helen Craig (Illustrator). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Helen Craig (Illustrator). All turns out well in the end after some tense moments.

Craig, Helen; Holabird, Katharine. Angelina's annoyance at having to take her little cousin Henry to the fair turns into friendship after a day filled with adventures and surprises. no page number in the book. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Helen Craig (born 30 August 1934) is an English children's book illustrator and writer. She is best known for creating the Angelina Ballerina series of children's books with writer Katharine Holabird. Craig was born in London, evacuated during World War II and educated in Essex, then from 1943 at King Alfred's School in Hertfordshire, then in London.

With Katharine Holabird’s lively writing and Helen Craig’s charming illustrations, the original story, now refreshed and .

Katharine Holabird grew up in a family of architects and artists in Chicago. She wrote the first Angelina Ballerina at the kitchen table with her daughters twirling around her. Katharine has three grown children and three grandchildren, and now lives in New York City with her husband. About The Illustrator.

Sold bybetter world books uk (226725)99. 4% positive FeedbackContact seller. Katharine Holabird, Helen Craig. Registered as business seller. Angelina at the Fair by Katharine Holabird, Helen Craig (Hardback, 1988). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Helen Craig is a British children's book illustrator and author, best known for creating the Angelina Ballerina series of children's books with writer Katharine Holabird. The first book which she had both written and illustrated was The Mouse House ABC, published in 1977. With author Sarah Hayes, she also created Bear, a popular childre Helen Craig is a British children's book illustrator and author, best known for creating the Angelina Ballerina series of children's books with writer Katharine Holabird

Angelina at the fair. By Katharine Holabird. Illustrated by Helen Craig. Ages 5 to 8) Angelina, the mouse who danced so winningly in two earlier books, takes cousin Henry to the May Day Fair.

Angelina at the fair. Clarkson N. Potter/Crown. Darwin and the voyage of the beagle. By Felicia Law. Illustrated by Judy Brook. Anastasia on her own. By Lois Lowry

Helen Craig has illustrated more than sixty books for children, including the Angelina Ballerina books.

The Angelina Ballerina name and character and the dancing Angelina logo are trademarks of HIT Entertainment Limited, Katharine Holabird, and Helen Craig. Katharine spends her time in the Hamptons on Long Island, New York, and in London. Helen Craig has illustrated more than sixty books for children, including the Angelina Ballerina books. She lives in England.

Angelina and the Princess - a classic Angelina story by Katharine Holabird and Helen Craig. Simply reserve online and pay at the counter when you collect. Thank you for your reservation. Miss Lilly's Ballet School has been invited to perform for the Princess of Mouseland, and Angelina hopes to be a prima ballerina. But disaster strikes when she is only given a minor role. Angelina is so disappointed that she wants to leave ballet school, but she decides to work hard for the sake of all her friends in the performance.

All winter long Angelina has been looking forward to the first day of May when the fair comes to town.
  • Gathris
You don't really need all of the ballerina mishigas to like Angelina. That was a great way to start the series, but as time went by Angelina moved in a lot of directions.

In this volume Angelina has to take Henry with her to the fair and she isn't happy about it and does a poor job of babysitting. All turns out well in the end after some tense moments.

This is our favorite Angelina story, maybe because she seems most like a real young girl in this one. As always, the touchstone of the tale is kindness, gentleness and patience. But not in a heavy handed way.

If you are new to Angelina this is a fine start. If you have a few Angelinas, this is a nice one to add to your collection.
  • Jox
I dislike the portion of the story where the boys skate through and mess things up for their ice play and it is chalked up to boys being boys and just their way of saying they want to participate.
  • Super P
My daughter grew up on the Angelina books and now I'm able to share them with my granddaughter. They are enchanting and bring a message of life and love as we grow up. I love that they are beautifully illustrated as well.
  • Shezokha
Great old-school Angelina book.
The moral was a bit pushed...be nice to your little cousin.
And personally, in our house we aren't allowed to say we "hate" someone because it's freaking mean to say that! So I always have to skip over that part in here...
  • Beranyle
It was marketed as in very good condition and it would be generous to say it was in poor condition—the cover was ripped, the front and back inside covers had at least 10 dime-sized stains and every page had sticky stuff that stuck each page together
  • Vojar
Gift for my great niece. She's not old enough to read (2) but I think she enjoyed listening to the story.
  • Gianni_Giant
My daughters favorite books growing up. Especially love the illustrations, sweet story.
I love this book from my own childhood and have very much enjoyed sharing it with my little princess. It is a lovely story and has a wonderful message about making the best of any situation, now matter what role you play. My daughter is a dance lover and it is the one thing that she isn't reserved doing. To be able to help teach her life lessons using dance as a platform is invaluable.

We love Angelina in our house and I can't wait to continue to acquire the books.