In the Fiddle is a Song A Book of Hidden Potential by Durga Bernhard
  

Synopsis

In the Fiddle is a Song A Book of Hidden Potential by Durga Bernhard

An acorn is not just an acorn. Somewhere deep inside is a tree waiting to grow tall. And that golden wheat swaying in the breeze? It's bread, just waiting to be baked. There's hidden potential all around us. There's even hidden potential inside you! This special lift-the-flap book will open your eyes to the remarkable possibilities within the ordinary things we see every day.

Reviews

With rhythmic phrasing and rhymes at some sentence endings, the verse is evident when read straight through. Many children, however, will find it more satisfying to pause and talk about the ideas that arise as the pages unfold. - Booklist

About the Author

Durga Bernhard has written and illustrated several children's picture books including To & Fro, Fast & Slow; Eagles: Lions of the Sky; and A Ride on Mother's Back . She lives in New York.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages

Author

Durga Bernhard
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

30th June 2006

ISBN

9780811849517


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