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by Alison Lester

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Magic Beach (Paperark). Magic Beach (Board book). Published November 23rd 2016 by A & U Children.

Magic Beach (Paperark). Published October 1st 1992 by Allen & Unwin Children's Books. Board book, 32 pages. Author:Lester, Alison. Book Binding:Paperback. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. Magic Beach by Alison Lester (Paperback, 1992). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Magic Beach by Alison Lester is a fabulous story that is perfect for use in EYFS or KS1 during a seaside topic especially when accompanied by Twinkl seaside resources. with colourful, detailed pictures and rhyming text, Magic Beach reminds us all of beach holidays in a fun and engaging way. You could download our KS1 Beach Habitat Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity to let your pupils learn about animal and plant life that they might find on a beach.

They are launching the new Magic Beach kids range today. It was a lovely day and congratulations to all the other winners, honour books and shortlisted books, quite an amazing collection of local talent!

Visit Magic Beach, where adventure begins. Magic Beach - a long-standing favourite with Australian children. Alison Lester is the well-known creator of many popular and award-winning children's books, many of which reflect her own country childhood

Visit Magic Beach, where adventure begins. Alison Lester was the Australian Children's Laureate in 2012-13. Alison Lester is the well-known creator of many popular and award-winning children's books, many of which reflect her own country childhood. The Snow Pony was shortlisted for both YABBA and KOALA awards, reflecting its popularity with young readers of horse stories. The Quicksand Pony was shortlisted for the National Children's Award, Festival Awards for Literature in 1998, and in 1999 was the winner of the WA Young Readers Book Awards.

Imagine a beach where adventure begins. MAGIC BEACH is a true Australian classic

Imagine a beach where adventure begins. MAGIC BEACH is a true Australian classic. awards, 1991, Winner ABPA design award, 1990. Published by Allen and Unwin, soft cover.

From picture book 'Magic Beach' (Allen & Unwin). Nonfiction Picture Book Wednesday: Sophie Scott Goes South Travel to Antarctica on an icebreaker and explore the southern continent, learn about Antarctic animals, exploration history Great read aloud over many days for primary classroom.

I’ve just booked my next holiday in Orbost in February.

I’ve just booked my next holiday in Orbost in February n of East Gippsland, and I can’t wait to get back and support the local economy. These towns are hurting, and many small businesses face closure unless people come back, not just now, but all year round.

Comments: (7)

This is one of my favorite books right now. My 3.5 year old loves it too and she won't outgrow it quickly. The language is gorgeous - it is not the same old stuff - and the pictures are detailed and full of layers. One page shows some aspect of a trip to the beach and then the next is a flight of fancy that the children take (kids building a sand castle, followed by a picture of kids fighting a dragon to get into a real castle).

I bought most of this author' books after I read this one. This one and Imagine are my favorites.
Wonderful book.
This book was given to two family members. Charming!
One of my children's favorite books. It is written by an Australian author, and isn't always easy to track down in the USA, so grab it if you can. A story in rhyme that is part reality, and part fantasy about children at the beach with their friends and cousins. Beautifully illustrated with a simple but textured story.
Even as an adult, I'm enchanted by the words and beautiful pictures. Hard to believe I didn't know about this book until just a few months ago.
A rhyming story line in a child's picture book seldom works well. They often seem so contrived and sometimes downright corny.
Not so in Alison Lester's << Magic Beach >>. This book deserves the status of a classic in contemporary children's literature. In fact, the book is regularly listed in the Best Seller lists in Australia, where the author resides. ...
All children love the freedom and fun of a trip to the beach. Alison transports us to one of the childhood's favourite playground, that place where the land meets the sea. The real joys of beachside fun are joined with pleasurable and harmless seaside fantasies.
On alternate pages, we are taken from beautiful realities to even more captivating fantasies. We go from a scene with a sparkling sea to an exciting world where we can ride waves pretending they are "wild white horses". We go from sandcastle building to a land of fire breathing dragons. We explore rock-pools and their magic world of starfish and crabs, and then go to an evenmore magic Kingdom where we can ride seahorses.
The beach is still magic when it's a cloudy and gray day, our imaginations will help us discovered a treasure chest. We can go boating in the safety of bay, and then let the wind and our fantasies take us to the "edge of the world".
We fish and laze on the jetty, and in our daydreams, we catch a monstrous shark.
It is now evening-time, we are toasting marshmallows around the glowing fire, and in the shadows, there may be smugglers hauling in crate-loads of booty.
It's time for bed, and to the sounds of the ocean, we drift off to sleep on the evening tide.
This is a fabulous book which has universal and popular appeal. Let's see if we can get it back on the publisher's lists in the US. It deserves the widest audience possible.
This is one my favourite children's books. Even though it's Australian, it's happily reminiscent of my own childhood spent frolicking on NZ beaches. Gorgeous illustrations.
There is good reason to rejoice in the States, for it has not been possible to purchase new copies of this incredibly imaginative and lyrical picture book for years. One of my Top 20 during my years of running the childcare center, MAGIC BEACH exudes salt, sand, seaweed, and shells, as it bounces back and forth between the real and imagined adventures of a buoyant cast of young characters. Australia's Alison Lester has done some great illustrating over the past 25 years. This is the best of the best.
Magic Beach (Paperark) download epub
Author: Alison Lester
ISBN: 0044422652
Category: Children's Books
Language: English
Publisher: Gardners Books (July 31, 1997)
Pages: 32 pages