|By (author):||Reid, Barbara|
|Series:||Scholastic Canada Hardcover|
|Subject:||JUVENILE FICTION / Canadian|
|JUVENILE FICTION / Family / New Baby|
|Publisher:||Scholastic Canada Ltd|
|From The Publisher*|
Barbara Reid's beloved board books are now available in one storybook collection!
For years now, Barbara Reid's board books have been staples in the baby and toddler library. Delighting parents and children alike, her bestselling titles have helped establish the importance of early childhood literacy, by helping parents discover the fun of reading to their young ones in their earliest stages.
This lovely hardcover collection is a true celebration of the importance of baby's first library, and the joy of discovering Ms. Reid's wonderful, tactile illustrations can't be beat! This book includes four favourite board books:
Read Me a Book
Sing a Song of Mother Goose
. The Vicky Metcalf Award for a body of work Order of Canada; Order of Ontario
. Governor General's Award for Illustration: The Party (winner); The Subway Mouse (finalist)
. Amelia Francis Howard Gibbon Award: Perfect Snow, The Party, Gifts, Two by Two
. Ruth & Sylvia Schwartz Children's Book Award: The Subway Mouse, Have You Seen Birds
.Elizabeth Mrazik-Cleaver Award for Illustration: Two by Two, Have You Seen Birds?
. Libris Award: Picture a Tree, Fox Walked Alone
. TPL First and Best Book List: Picture a Tree, Perfect Snow
Praise for Barbara Reid:
"With her inimitable style, Barbara Reid has created a Christmas treat to be savoured and shared over and over." (The Night Before Christmas)-National Reading Campaign
"Readers will marvel at the amazing details.a special book indeed." (Picture a Tree) -Kirkus, starred review
BARBARA REID is one of Canada's premier picture book author and illustrators. Her brilliant Plasticine art has graced the pages of over 20 picture books, including the Governor General's Award-winning The Party. Barbara is a member of the Order of Ontario and Order of Canada, and in 2016, she was named the Honorary Chair of Family Literacy Day. She lives in Toronto with her husband, photographer Ian Crysler. Visit her at ...