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by Rachel Isadora

Download I Hear eBook
ISBN:
0862032210
Author:
Rachel Isadora
Language:
English
Publisher:
Julia Macrae (September 26, 1985)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1448 kb
FB2 book:
1852 kb
DJVU:
1603 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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840


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

A baby responds to all the familiar things she hears. 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 Hear.

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. 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. When Rachel begins a new book, she first imagines the story through the pictures.

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.

I Hear a Pickle book

I Hear a Pickle book.

Only the last page features the titular pickle-the rest of the book is a tribute to the five senses that will resonate with young readers.

And Smell, See, Touch, & Taste It, Too! by Rachel Isadora ; illustrated by Rachel Isadora. Only the last page features the titular pickle-the rest of the book is a tribute to the five senses that will resonate with young readers.

A book about your senses, this picture book invites the youngest of children to think about their senses and the many ways they use them in. .I Hear a Pickle (and Smell, See, Touch, and Taste It, Too!) by Rachel Isadora (InfoSoup).

A book about your senses, this picture book invites the youngest of children to think about their senses and the many ways they use them in life. A book about your senses, this picture book invites the youngest of children to think about their senses and the many ways they use them in life. Starting with hearing, the book offers examples of different things that children may hear in their day like birds, bees and waves. There are also things you can’t hear, like worms. There are loud and soft noises too.

Isadora’s book about the five senses is aimed perfectly at another sense-kids’ sense of humor.

Rachel Isadora, New York. It was done by the Los Angeles Children's Museum from my book, Bring On That Beat. The illustrations were done in black and white oil paint with colour shapes layered over them using the computer This is a video Roger just found. The illustrations were done in black and white oil paint with colour shapes layered over them using the computer.

  • Quttaro
Great book for toddlers. The illustrations are adorable and there are so many neat words for them to learn. I love how she divided the book into see, smell, touch and taste sections and how she repeats some of the same scenarios into more than one sense kind of like I taste a pickle and then again in another section I hear the pickle's crunch, etc.
  • Enone
My two year old granddaughter asks for this book each night, and her five year old sister loves the book as wall. This book explores the five senses and gives realistic everyday examples that kids latch onto.
  • Velellan
I love this book! My autistic 4-year-old is entertained and he is putting together all of the senses. This has been a great tool!
  • HeonIc
Jacket was ripped a little, but I generally do not care about that. Nice book that breaks down the different senses.
  • Zbr
My daughter is obsessed with this book. We had to buy it since she cried everytime we returned "the pickle book" to the library.
  • Virtual
cute story
  • THOMAS
Cute book about the five senses
It's a great book to teach toddlers the five senses and the colors and pictures are captivating.