Starlight Sailor by James Mayhew
  

Synopsis

Starlight Sailor by James Mayhew

Award-winning artist Jackie Morris's dream-like illustrations provide an enchanting interpretation of James Mayhew's lyrical poem. Includes instructions on how to make your own paper boat. Rhyming text will appeal to the very young who are not yet reading and older children who can read for themselves. Suitable for the National Curriculum Predictable Structure & Patterned Language criterion for KS1. An ideal bedtime read, it encourages children to dream and imagine, with beautiful illustrations and high Fin production values. AR Level: 2.8 Jackie Morris runs art workshops for primary schools which involve slide shows, painting demos and creating murals and has recently run a workshop at the Edinburgh International Festival.

About the Author

James Mayhew is a popular author/illustrator whose many books include the Katie books, published by Orchard and The Kingfisher Book of Tales from Russia. He lives in Hertfordshire with his wife and son.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

James Mayhew
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Author's Website

www.jamesmayhew.co.uk/

Publisher

Barefoot Books Ltd

Publication date

1st October 2012

ISBN

9781846867507

Publisher Profile

Barefoot Books Ltd is an imprint of Barefoot Books

logo Barefoot Books celebrate art and story that opens the hearts and minds of children from all walks of life, inspiring them to read deeper, search further, and explore their own creative gifts.

Publisher's Website

www.barefoot-books.com


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