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by Ruth Brown
I was entranced by the magic lens of Ruth Brown. Turn the book while reading and you will find a surprise. Basically, this a book about pareidolia, and seeing faces where there are none. The artist is clearly having fun with that, but it doesn't really make for that interesting of a book.
I was entranced by the magic lens of Ruth Brown. Beautifully illustrated and charming, this picture book is a must have for grandchildren to read. It not only has charming surprises, but also has a message that the frightening may be friendly when seen from a different point of view. There is no message to this book. It doesn't make any sense.
Another awesome Ruth Brown book! After reading A Dark, dark tale, I fell in love with it, and hoped I'd find some more . If at First You Do Not See is a book with a gimmick. See the colorful cat face on the cover? Flip it 180 degrees, and you've got a butterfly.
Another awesome Ruth Brown book! After reading A Dark, dark tale, I fell in love with it, and hoped I'd find some more "dark" stories in the Ruth Brown collection.
Select Format: Hardcover. Brown's radiantly hued paintings have been executed with an artfulness that one must marvel at and admire. ISBN13:9780805010312.
Written by Ruth Brown Illustrated by Ruth Brown Published by Andersen Press in 1982 ISBN: 0862640210. IF AT FIRST YOU DO NOT SEE Written by Ruth Brown. Illustrated by Ruth Brown. Published by Andersen Press. Glazed pictorial boards.
Brown’s radiantly hued paintings have been executed with an artfulness that one must marvel at and admire.
Authors: Brown, Ruth. We hope you enjoy your book and that it arrives quickly and is as expected. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 5 pre-owned listings. If at First You Do Not See by Ruth Brown (Paperback, 1997). Pre-owned: lowest price.
Книга жанра: Детективы, Книги Детективы. Читать онлайн в библиотеке Booksonline. At home he unpacked the groceries first
Книга жанра: Детективы, Книги Детективы. At home he unpacked the groceries first. The Chocorange were in his shoulder bag and there also was the envelope containing the ten- and twenty-pound notes and the five-pound note he had found on the corner of the street. Sucking his third Chocorange of the day, he counted the notes. Some drug dealer's haul, he thought vaguely, but perhaps not.
This was a book about a caterpillar who was very hungry (no, not that book), who every time he found something delicious to eat discovered that all was not as it seemed. Basically, as you read the book, you turned it to follow the writing until the book was upside down and the picture suddenly became something completey different. For example: two ice creams in cones when turned upside down became clowns with frilly necks. It was a very clever book and I loved it as a child. Hoping to get hold of a copy for my own children.