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eBook Sand in My Shoes download

by Wendy Kesselman,Ronald Himler

eBook Sand in My Shoes download ISBN: 0786820454
Author: Wendy Kesselman,Ronald Himler
Publisher: Hyperion; First Edition edition (May 1, 1995)
Language: English
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Category: Children's Books

Sand in My Shoes Hardcover – Large Print, April 1, 1995.

Sand in My Shoes Hardcover – Large Print, April 1, 1995. by Wendy Kesselman (Author), Ronald Himler (Illustrator). She says good-bye to the seaside house, the roses, the seagulls, and the ocean that she has come to love, but back at home in the city, she vows not to lose "the shell in my pocket, The sand in my shoes. Though lightly expressed, the lines will draw readers into the child's mood of heartfelt loss and longing.

by. Kesselman, Wendy Ann. Publication date. 1 volume (unpaged) : 21 x 25 cm. Associated-names. Himler, Ronald, illustrator. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). Seashore, Summer, Stories in rhyme, Seashore - Juvenile fiction, Summer - Juvenile fiction, Stories in rhyme - Juvenile fiction, Seashore - Fiction, Summer - Fiction, Summer. New York : Hyperion Books for Children.

by Wendy Kesselman & illustrated by Ronald Himler. The subtle tones of Himler's watercolor and gouache paintings capture the look of sea and northeastern shore under the diffused, late-season light as well as the smoggy, filmed-over gray of the city

by Wendy Kesselman & illustrated by Ronald Himler. The subtle tones of Himler's watercolor and gouache paintings capture the look of sea and northeastern shore under the diffused, late-season light as well as the smoggy, filmed-over gray of the city. A grouping of this book, the McCloskey, Alison Shaw's recent Until I Saw the Sea (p. 475), Charlotte Zolotow's The Seashore Book (1992), and Burton Albert's Where Does the Trail Lead?

Wendy Kesselman is an American playwright. Wendy Kesselman came to the Actors Theater of Louisville in 1980. She lives in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. She won the 1981 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, for My Sister in this House.

Wendy Kesselman is an American playwright. Merry-Go-Round, 1981. I Love You, I Love You Not, 1982. Cinderella In A Mirror, 1987. The Griffin, And The Minor Cannon, 1988. A Tale Of Two Cities, 1992. The Butcher's Daughter, 1993. Sand In My Shoes, 1995.

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Sand in My Shoes book. The illustrations, no surprise, were beautiful Ron Himler-style watercolor paintings of a beach setting that I just wanted to sink my feet into.

Sand in My Shoes, illustrated by Ronald Himler, Hyperion (New York, NY), 1995. SIDELIGHTS: Wendy Kesselman began her career in the late 1960s writing children's books and also targeted her first play, Becca, which was produced in 1977, toward children. Sister My Sister (adapted from the play My Sister in This House), Image Entertainment, 1995. Since the late 1980s, Kesselman has focused her career almost entirely on writing plays and screenplays, except for the 1995 children's picture book Sand in My Shoes. Although Kesselman had written her previous children's book, Flick, more than a decade earlier, she remained in tune with her audience.

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A child's summer at the beach comes to an end, and the child returns to the city and school, carrying a favorite sea shell, some grains of sand, and the promise of a return.