Mom, Dad, Our Books, and Me

Category: Book
Illustrated By: Bisaillon, Josée
By (author): Marcotte, Danielle
Subject:  JUVENILE FICTION / Books & Libraries
  JUVENILE FICTION / Canadian
  JUVENILE FICTION / Family / General (see also headings under Social Themes)
  JUVENILE FICTION / People & Places / General
Audience: children/juvenile
Publisher: Owlkids Books Inc.
Published: April 2016
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 32
Size: 11.00in x 8.60in
Our Price:
$ 23.25
Availability:
Available: 3-5 days

Additional Notes

From The Publisher*Reading takes many forms. Some of us read novels, while others read cookbooks, sheet music, tarot cards, or even the stars in the sky. We read clocks, train schedules, and facial expressions. In this ode to reading, each form is celebrated. Mom, Dad, Our Books, and Me follows a young boy and those around him - parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and neighbors - as they all read, immersed in what moves them.

Vibrant, whimsical paper collage artwork depicts the colors and textures of the many places in which we read, from hammocks and bubble baths to park benches and waiting rooms. The diverse cityscapes and landscapes often include fanciful elements of imagination.

Mom, Dad, Our Books, and Me will leave young readers reveling in this newfound or soon-to-come skill that sparks new adventures and brings people together.



From The Publisher*An ode to reading, in its many forms
From The Publisher*Reading takes many forms. Some of us read novels, while others read cookbooks, sheet music, tarot cards, or even the stars in the sky. We read clocks, train schedules, and facial expressions. In this ode to reading, each form is celebrated. Mom, Dad, Our Books, and Me follows a young boy and those around him - parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and neighbors - as they all read, immersed in what moves them.

Vibrant, whimsical paper collage artwork depicts the colors and textures of the many places in which we read, from hammocks and bubble baths to park benches and waiting rooms. The diverse cityscapes and landscapes often include fanciful elements of imagination.

Mom, Dad, Our Books, and Me will leave young readers reveling in this newfound or soon-to-come skill that sparks new adventures and brings people together.