The Library by Sarah Stewart
  

Synopsis

The Library by Sarah Stewart

Elizabeth Brown doesn't like to play with dolls, and she doesn't like to skate. What she does like to do is read books. Now that she's grown up, her collection is so big all the shelves are collapsing. Her front door has disappeared entirely. What in the world will she do? The reclusive Elizabeth Brown surprises everyone with her splendid solution.

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The fascination and entertainment that books offer readers permeates every inch of this book... and the endpapers entice everyone who opens it to read, and read and read some more. Every library should have one (or, even better) two copies. Ibby Link A book for library lovers everywhere, the publisher has discovered a gem by transporting this American edition by the talented husband and wife team across the Atlantic. School Librarian This book provides a very clever representation of how some private libraries come to exist and it is a wonderfully depicted. www.writeaway.org.uk

About the Author

Sarah Stewart and David Small are a husband-and -wife team who have created picture books such as The Library, which was chosen by the New York Times as one of the 10 outstanding children's books of 1995. The couple live in Michigan, USA. David Small and Sarah Stewart are a husband-and-wife team who have created picture books such as The Library, which was chosen by the New York Times as one of the 10 outstanding children's books of 1995. The couple live in Michigan, USA.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Sarah Stewart
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

4th September 2008

ISBN

9781845076078


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