2 edition of January"s child. found in the catalog.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
|ISBN 10||0361085281, 036108529X|
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January's Child's lyrical and soothing poetry creates the feeling that each individual child is celebrated, adored and unique. The vibrant illustrations bring each month to life with amazing colors and images that enhance the feeling of well-being created by the rhythmic chant of the text/5(10).
It is written in the style of the nursery rhyme "Monday's Child", but instead of using the days of the week, this Januarys child. book use the months of the January's Child: A Birthday Month Book is a children's picture book written by Andrea Alban Gosline and illustrated by Lisa Burnett Bossi.4/5.
What a beautiful book for children of all ages. Each birthday month is celebrated and explored with wonderful, catchy, wording and unbelievable illustrations.
A wonderful book for a family to read together, celebrating each child. Also would be great for a classroom to celebrate student's birthday month. Love this book. Highly recommend it to you!/5. Every day is someone's birthday, which January's Child celebrates with creative attributes for each month of Januarys child.
book year. More positive than the traditional Monday's Child rhyme, and geared for families to share among youngest and oldest members, this is a beautifully illustrated treasury sure to become a classic, evergreen gift for new : Andrea Alban Gosline.
6 Jan - Seasonal illustrations for those born in the month of January. See more ideas about January poem, Months in a year and Kids poems pins. Gosline and Bossi’s latest collaboration is an ideal gift for a newborn. Devoting one spread to each month of the year, Gosline outlines some of the personality traits associated with children born in that month, and uses similes to help children understand how those traits will affect the people around them.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for January's Child: The Birthday Month Book by Andrea Alban Gosline (, Hardcover) at the 5/5(1). January's Sparrow Patricia Polacco, Author and Illustrator Philomel Books, Fiction, Suitable for Ages: Themes: African-American, Slavery, Fugitives, Underground Railroad, Freedom Opening/Synopsis: "Sadie, the youngest Crosswhite, shuddered when she saw the paddy rollers thunder into the slave yard on their horses, draggin' a runaway on the end of a rope behind them.
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Join us now. Charleston: Charleston: [email protected] Teays Valley: Teays Valley. January's Sparrow is a book appropriate for a 5th grade classroom. January's Sparrow follows the lives of Sadie Crosswhite and her family as the travel along the Underground Railroad and end up in Marshall, Michigan, where they peacefully live for approximately 4 years/5.
Januarys Child A Birthday Rhyme by Andrea Alba Gosline available in Hardcover onalso read synopsis and reviews. A heartfelt reinvention of the Monday's Child rhyme, affirming the gift of all children."You were.
Get this from a library. January's child: the birthday month book. [Andrea Alban; Lisa Burnett Bossi] -- Rhymed text and illustrations describe characteristics of babies born in each month of the year.
Book your school's best. field trip of the year. Feel the Rain is an original story written for the stage by JADCO Contemporary Dance Company's Artistic Director, January Wolfe.
The show is a period piece set in the 's, with authentic period costuming playfully contrasted by video imagery and a. The child of a story-teller and a woman who can make just about anything with her hands, Lara left law a little too early to call it a career, in the hope that she would create something of.
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January “Jani” Schofield was diagnosed with childhood onset schizophrenia when she was six years old. At the age of 11 she was the subject of the documentary Born Schizophrenic: Jani &.
January's Child. 4 likes. Book. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with or endorsed by anyone associated with the topic. January’s Sparrow is an vividly illustrated, almost page picture book dedicated to the Crosswhite family, a slave family who escaped north in the ’s to Marshall, Michigan.
January Crosswhite was adopted into the Crosswhite family after he was sold away from his mother as a young child. They raised him as their own on their master’s Kentucky plantation. Every elementary-aged child needs this book in his ore her personal library, and every public library should have this book in its collection.
Besides a story you cannot put down, the themes included of what absolute power does to a person, what fear does, and how heroism can be forged in the most dire circumstances, are by: 2.
Buy January's Child: A Birthday Month Book by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(9). Playing happily together, year-old January Schofield smiles at her little brother Bodhi, four.
As he hangs on her every word and tries to copy everything she does, they look like any other. January’s book recommendation is a lovely personalised book from Family Stories that we received just before Christmas, I’ve lost count of times it’s already been read!
There’s a lot of personalised books for children out there but I especially liked the look of this one because it’s about world travel and promotes diversity.