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by Jan Ormerod

eBook Moonlight (Viking Kestrel Picture Books) download ISBN: 0722657498
Author: Jan Ormerod
Publisher: Viking; First Edition edition (January 5, 1982)
Language: English
Pages: 28
ePub: 1312 kb
Fb2: 1615 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Literature

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Items related to Moonlight (Viking Kestrel Picture Books). Jan Ormerod's first picture book was Sunshine. Home Ormerod, Jan Moonlight (Viking Kestrel Picture Books). Moonlight (Viking Kestrel Picture Books). ISBN 10: 0722657498, ISBN 13: 9780722657492. It won the Mother Goose Award in 1982, was voted the Picture Book of the Year 1982 by the Children's Book Council of Australia and was highly commended for the Kate Greenaway Medal. Her recent titles for Frances Lincoln are A Twist in the Tail and Ponko and the South Pole.

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Jan Ormerod (23 September 1946 – 23 January 2013), born Janet Louise Hendry, was an Australian illustrator of children's books. She first came to prominence from her wordless picture book Sunshine which won the 1982 Mother Goose Award. Her work was noted for its ability to remove clutter to tell a simple story that young children could enjoy, employing flat colours and clean lines.

Hardcover published 1989-02-23 in United Kingdom by Viking Children's Books. Alert if: New Price below.

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The sun wakes up a little girl who then wakes up her father, brings her mother breakfast, and ensures that everyone leaves the house on schedule. Publisher:Viking Children's Books. ISBN13:9780722657362. Release Date:May 1981. 54 lbs. You Might Also Enjoy. The Snowman Level 2 (Storysteps).

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Comments: (7)
Chinon
Great Book!
DEAD-SHOT
Buy with Sunshine. I love wordless picture books because they let children read to the grownups and this one is fantastic. It depicts an egalitarian family realistically.
Iriar
Another wonderful - yes, superb - book by the author of "Sunshine." Cannot get any better for story line and artwork.
Agalas
i read this book and also Sunshine to my children. i am glad that i have been able to buy Moonshine. we still have the old book sunshine and it is a treasure. sincerely Vicki McKell
Kea
What a shame this delightful book is out of print - do try to get a copy if you can!
This is a sequel to 'Sunshine' by the same author. It is a picture book without any words, so the story can change slightly, be built with the words of your child and yourself. The small girl lives with her parents, has dinner, "helps" with the washing up, has a bath and gets ready for bed. Dad tucks her in and reads a book, then goes into the living room with Mum. The little girl, however, cannot settle to sleep, and there are a few things going "bump" in the night, and a need for a last minute glass of water!
The illustrations in this book are PERFECT. The expressions and physical attitudes, as well as the events are easily recognised by anyone with kids.
At time the sequences are like a comic strip - conveying small shifts in the narrative. This illustrator has observed young children I am sure....
This book was for a very long time a bedtime favourite with my son, from about age 2 on.
Frostdefender
I just finished wrapping my copy of this book to send to my daughter to share with her 2 1/2 yr old daughter. This was a favorite book to read to my two daughters when they were young and finding and reliving this delightful story again was a pure pleasure for me. The book has no text, but the most beautiful illustrations tell the story of a curious and wide-awake young girl whose parents juggle their duties with love.

I'm sorry to see the book is now out of print. It is precisely the kind of book I would love to buy a few copies of to have available as a gift to new parents.
Ucantia
Jan is an angel. If her personal life contains even 1/10th of the positivity that permeates her books for children, you would wish her to babysit your dearest, most protected children. Nice alter-egos of Jan's books are attractive to adults, including an amazing illustrative storytelling skil and, perhaps, easy status as conversation pieces for their lack of words.
My daughter loves these books. I love reading them to her. Every day, I wonder why great authors like Jan aren't in print for easy access by today's children.