Indama Marada Al am Nooh (Arabic Edition A Sick Day for Amos Mcgee) by Philip C. Stead
  

Synopsis

Indama Marada Al am Nooh (Arabic Edition A Sick Day for Amos Mcgee) by Philip C. Stead

Amos McGee is an old zookeeper who goes through the same routine everyday with each of his animal companions. He starts his day by playing chess with the elephant and ends his day by reading to the owl in the evening. When he catches a cold one day his animal companions miss him and visit him at home to spend time with him like they normally do at the zoo. The story ends with everyone spending the night at Amos's house in anticipation of going back to the zoo the following morning.

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Thick, creamy paper and a muted palette add to the gentle resonance of a story that ends with everyone tucked in at last for a sweet night's sleep Washington Post Here is a book that exemplifies that happy combination where words and pictures carry equal weight and yet somehow create a whole that defies arithmetic BookPage

About the Author

Philip C. Stead and Erin E. Stead won the Caldecott Medal for A Sick Day for Amos McGee, their first book together. Philip is also the author and illustrator of Creamed Tuna Fish andPeas on Toast. They divide their time between Ann Arbor, Michigan, and New York City.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Philip C. Stead
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing

Publication date

23rd May 2013

ISBN

9789992195512


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