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eBook Crossing download

by Bagram Ibatoulline,Philip Booth

eBook Crossing download ISBN: 0763624349
Author: Bagram Ibatoulline,Philip Booth
Publisher: Candlewick (August 19, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 40
ePub: 1322 kb
Fb2: 1940 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Arts Music and Photography

Celebrated poet Philip Booth has captured its appeal and unmistakable cadence with precision and wit, backed by the vibrant, nostalgic illustrations of Moscow-trained first-timer Bagram Ibatoulline.

Celebrated poet Philip Booth has captured its appeal and unmistakable cadence with precision and wit, backed by the vibrant, nostalgic illustrations of Moscow-trained first-timer Bagram Ibatoulline. But the rhythms remain the same, and even if the automobiles stopped at the crossing look like they hail from Havana, kids still won't be able to keep from counting the tankers and boxcars on this old-time steam engine.

Bagram Ibatoulline was born in Russia and educated at the Moscow State Academic Art Institute. His first book was Philip Booth's Crossing, named a 2001 Best Book by Publishers Weekly. He is best known for his books with Kate di Camillo, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, and Great Joy. Bagram lives in Gouldsboro, Pennsylvania. Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! Get our latest book recommendations, author news, and competitions right to your inbox.

Bagram Ibatoulline was born in Omsk, Russia, and educated at the State Academic Institute of Arts in Moscow. His first book was Philip Booth's Crossing (Candlewick), named a 2001 Best Book by Publishers Weekly. He has worked in the fields of fine arts, graphic arts, mural design, and textile design. His first book was Philip Booth's Crossing (Candlewick), named a 2001 Best Book by Publishers Weekly

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by Philip Booth & illustrated by Bagram Ibatoulline. The locomotive sounds its old siren song in this pairing of a poem from Booth’s first book and spectacularly realistic art from Russia-born Ibatoulline. As the poet tallies passing freight cars- B&M boxcar,, boxcar again,, Frisco gondola,, eight-nine-te. an old-time, small town gathering of children and motorists gather at the crossing to watch, wait, and wave at last as the red caboose rumbles by.

Philip Booth is a Fellow of the Academy of American Poets and has been honored by Guggenheim, Rockefeller, and National Endowment for the Arts fellowships. CROSSING is Bagram Ibatoulline's first picture book. The poem "Crossing" appeared in his first book, Letter from a Distant Land. Of his inspiration for the poem, he says, "I grew up in White River Junction, Vermont, where the White River and the Connecticut River come together. Many, many trains come down the river valley, traveling from Montreal to Boston, on to New Haven and beyond. The real crossing of this poem, though, is in Brunswick, Maine.

Newbery Medalist Paul Fleischman and Bagram Ibatoulline tell a breathtaking immigration tale with appeal across generations. Pick whatever you like most. Then I’ll tell you its story

The beauty of a living thing is not the atoms that go into it, but the way those atoms are put together. The Adventures of Marco Polo. by Russell Freedman · Bagram Ibatoulline. The Serpent Came to Gloucester. Anderson · Bagram Ibatoulline. Newbery Medalist Paul Fleischman and Bagram Ibatoulline tell a breathtaking immigration tale with appeal across generations. Then I’ll tell you its story. When a little girl visits her great-grandfather at his curio-filled.

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"All who have succumbed to the allure of the railroad will be stopped in their own tracks by this eye-filling, show-stopping debut showcase." — KIRKUS REVIEWS (starred review)Start with a vintage poem by Philip Booth, whose rhythms recall the cadence of a moving freight train. Pair it with detailed realistic paintings by Bagram Ibatoulline that masterfully and dramatically capture an American freight train in its heyday, along with all the small-town denizens who stop to watch its crossing. What you have is a majestic picture book that will enthrall train enthusiasts of all ages and delight anyone who appreciates a heady dose of nostalgia.
Comments: (7)
Yellow Judge
This is a gorgeous, simple book. The pictures tell the story. It's the story of the train going by, and the people waiting at the crossing. If you have someone who loves trains, this is a nice story, but not cutesy like some train books for kids can be. Adults who like trains would like this book, too, especially to share with younger ones.

We actually bought this to replace a copy at the library that we broke. We love the pictures so much that we took the loose pages out of the old copy and hung them up all over my son's room!
Stoneshaper
This book is one of our son's favorites. The pictures are amazing and he loves to find the details in each one. The rhyme adds to vocabulary and is wonderful for discussions. My family really enjoys this book each time it's read.
Phain
My two year old son is nuts for trains. This book is beautifully illustrated and the poem is a wonderful change from the usual toddler book prose. My son and I like this book so much that I have taken the time to write a review! You will be glad you added this one to your child's library.
RUL
Quaint old school style book with a strange storyline. But for some reason my son loves it. If your child loves trains, he will like this book.
Broadcaster
This book has beautiful, lively illustrations and intelligent, simple rhymes. The book names types of railcars and counts, intermittently, to 100. Introduces the concept of counting cars and naming cars, an excellent activity!
Uriel
My (2 year old) son is obsessed with all things trains. He loves the pictures while I read him the book.
Ranterl
I didn't enjoy reading this and my kids, 4 and 9 didn't seem to enjoy it either. The pictures are beautiful and you can talk to your kids about a story as you look at the pictures, but the actual narrative part of this story is simply a list of car names and places. It is not captivating or interesting and tells no story to follow along with. If you like illustrations however, you will still get some enjoyment out of a very well illustrated book.

My son is an absolute train nut. Much more enjoyable reading books include the "Little Red Train" series, "Steam Smoke and Steel", "Chugga Chugga Choo Choo" and even the sliding "Freight Car" Board book.
if you like trains the poetry and pics are the best, great for young and old alike, Booth at his best