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by Mary Fedden,Susannah Amoore

  • Author: Mary Fedden,Susannah Amoore
  • ISBN: 0670877301
  • ISBN13: 978-0670877300
  • ePub: 1514 kb | FB2: 1125 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Animals
  • Publisher: Viking Juvenile; Ex-library edition (January 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 32
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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  • Format: lrf mobi mbr txt
Motley ePub download

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The Mother Goose Award was an award annually presented by Books For Children to "the most exciting newcomer to British children's book . Motley the Cat.

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A picture book in the PICTURE PUFFINS series, illustrated in colour by Mary Fedden.

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Mary Fedden & Susanna Amoore, Motley the Cat, Penguin, London, 1997). It was one of three published books that Fedden illustrated during the 1990s, the others being Jane Gardam’s 1998 The Green Man and Birds in 1999, with a foreword by Mel Gooding. Mary Fedden with her cat at Durham Wharf. Photograph courtesy of The Durham Wharf Archive. Mary and Julian always had cats at their home and studio Durham Wharf, and, as Christopher Andreae writes ‘ knows their uncanny ways.

By (author) Susannah Amoore. With bold, vibrant illustrations by contemporary British artist Mary Fedden, this is a haunting and magical tale about a truly unforgettable cat. show more.

Place of Publication. Colour Illustrations. Viking Kestrel Picture Books. Reading Age. From 6 to 99. Country of Publication. Pre-School & Picture Books.

Mary Fedden died in 2012 at the age of 96 and this book, published in 1995, was the first to consider the development of her work over the previous 40 years. It contains 60 paintings in full colour, 13 black and white drawings and 5 photographs of the artist and her studio

Mary Fedden died in 2012 at the age of 96 and this book, published in 1995, was the first to consider the development of her work over the previous 40 years. It contains 60 paintings in full colour, 13 black and white drawings and 5 photographs of the artist and her studio. The author, a friend of the artist, considers her painting in two essays, "Retrospect: Paintings from the 1940s to the 1960s" and "Later Work: Paintings and Drawings, 1972-94".

Motley' by Mary Fedden from 'Motley the Cat' by Susannah Amoore. Published by Penguin in. Mary Fedden still lifes of cats place the cats in front of a wide range of landscapes and interiors and are executed in a bold manner. Works including items by Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso will raise funds to preserve couple’s former studio at Durham Wharf. Motley, by Mary Fedden. Mary Fedden – a life in pictures. Motley' by Mary Fedden from 'Motley the Cat' by Susannah Amoore.

Susannah had 11 siblings: Mary Ann BARTEE (born MOTLEY), Charles MOTLEY and 9 other siblings. Susannah married James Motley on month day 1889, at age 64 at marriage place. James was born in 1834, in Kirton in Lindsey, Lincolnshire, England. Susannah passed away on month day 1817, at death place. Documents of Twin to Harriet Susannah MOTLEY. Susan Motley Susan Motley in England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975. Susan Motley was born to James Motley and Ann Motley.

Looking for a home of his own, Motley, the tiger-striped cat, thinks his search is over when he finds two little girls and their tall house, but he must employ all his special powers to make his dream come true.
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This is a true story about Motley, who found a home with writer Susannah Amoore, in a very cat-like manner, wisely waiting for the right time and circumstance. Susannah is a poet, who also writes for Condé Nast Publications. Motley's story is beautifully written, in what could be called "grown-up language", with words like "catapult" and "frenzied" that younger children might not understand, but would be good for them to hear read and explained to them. Children of all ages however will delight in the whimsical illustrations by Mary Fedden, a superb artist with a unique sense of perspective, and a great eye for color.
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Author Susannah Amoore uses her poetically descriptive writing style to tell the story of how she and her two young daughters were "adopted" by Motley, a humongous tiger-striped cat with a wide nose and lime green eyes who was so ugly he was beautiful.
The text is illustrated with marvelously artistic paintings by British contemporary artist Mary Fedden. Her style is boldly primitive images against a textured background.
Cat lovers ought to appreciate the story of how cats use their magic to choose their family. Art lovers will love Fedden's paintings. Non-cat or art lovers might want to pass this one by.
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