Quiet! There's a Canary in the Library (Easy Reading Picture Books) download epub
by Don Freeman
Don Freeman did an excellent job writing a creative picture story book for children.
Don Freeman did an excellent job writing a creative picture story book for children. Most children know animals are not allowed in the library, but Freeman creates a character Cary who imagined of a day where she would invite all animals to come to the library. Of course nothing good could come from this. I recommend reading this book in a classroom setting or just for fun. If you happen to be talking about libraries this could help students learn about the proper manners for a library. Dec 29, 2014 Rachel rated it really liked it.
Quiet! There's a Canary in the Library. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Quiet! There's a Canary in the Library from your list? Quiet! There's a Canary in the Library. Published July 1986 by Children's Press (CT). Internet Archive Wishlist, Animals, Fiction, Animal behavior, Picture books, Children's library services, Children and animals, Juvenile fiction, Libraries, Imagination, Child librarians, Behavior.
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There's a Canary in the Library (Easy Reading Picture Books): Quiet! There's a Canary in the Library (Easy Reading Picture Books): ISBN 9780516087375 (978-0-516-08737-5) Childrens Pr, 1969. A Rainbow of My Own. by Don Freeman. ISBN 9780140503289 (978-0-14-050328-9) Softcover, Puffin Books, 1978. Learn More at LibraryThing. Don Freeman at LibraryThing. Results page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 NEXT.
This book is an oft-forgotten classic children's book by Don Freeman (of "Corduroy" fame). The adorable little girl goes to the library and imagines all sorts of animals joining her. It is an easy read for even the earliest young readers. The illustrations, which feature animals of every kind coming into the library, are vintage 60's-ish renderings, with humorous charm. Great book- get it while it is still in print!
This is a fun book about imagination and creativity.
A young girl visiting the library reads a book about zoo animals and imagines that she would allow all kinds of creatures to visit if she were in charge of the library. This is a fun book about imagination and creativity. I could easily picture this as a readaloud book paired with various songs about animals. The illustrations are quite striking and perfectly complement the text.
What an awesome book! This is what I was talking about in that just when . We checked out Earl the Squirrel this week because we enjoyed "Canary" so much and have read it over it and over as well.
What an awesome book! This is what I was talking about in that just when you think you've seen it all, you come across something that is so good, you can't believe you haven't seen it before. After a while Cary slowly closed her book and started talking silently to herself. If I were a librarian I know what I would do," she said. the library and the zoo, it has everything. You know, it's funny to look at these books now, because a little pen and ink drawing book like this would never pass in today's market.
Don Freeman was first introduced to children's literature when William Saroyan asked him to illustrate several books. Throughout Don Freeman’s career he was the author and illustrator of over 20 children’s books. However, his greatest influence came from the artist Honoré Daumier. Freeman studied many of Daumier’s works as well as possessed a large collection of books on the artist. He is best known for his publication of Corduroy.
And Quiet Flows the Don or Quietly Flows the Don (Russian: Тихий Дон, literally "Quiet Don") is an epic novel in four volumes by Russian writer Mikhail Alexandrovich Sholokhov. The first three volumes were written from 1925 to 1932 and published in the Soviet magazine Oktyabr in 1928–1932, and the fourth volume was finished in 1940. The English translation of the first three volumes appeared under this title in 1934.
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