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by Charlotte Zolotow

  • Author: Charlotte Zolotow
  • ISBN: 0060269553
  • ISBN13: 978-0060269555
  • ePub: 1625 kb | FB2: 1774 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Joanna Cotler Books; First Edition edition (February 1978)
  • Pages: 32
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 326
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Over and Over ePub download

My parents read this book over and over to me, and I read it over and over to my daughter. The only thing as good as the story, are the illustrations by Garth Williams.

My parents read this book over and over to me, and I read it over and over to my daughter.

She was named publisher emerita at HarperCollins in 1991.

She studied at the University of Wisconsin, where she took classes in art, writing and child psychology. She began her publishing career in New York, in the adult trade-book division of what is now known as HarperCollins, but eventually took a job in the children's division. She was named publisher emerita at HarperCollins in 1991. Her first picture book, The Park Book, was published in 1944.

In some cases, you’ll be able to see samples of the originals and the reissued, re-illustrated reprints. Picture books & poetry for younger children.

A little girl remembers a snowman, a pumpkin, and birthday cake. But she doesn’t understand time. Summer, winter, autumn, and spring are all mixed up in her mind.

She wrote about 70 picture book texts.

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by Charlotte Zolotow. illustrated by Garth Williams. A little girl remembers a snowman, a pumpkin, and birthday cake.

by Charlotte Zolotow & illustrated by Garth Williams.

children will wish to pore over the pleasant pictures in the simple story of the holiday round which highlight childhood's year. Our heroine is a wesred-headed moppet, who at three is too small to understand the sequence of the seasons. She thinks she remembers snow, but not what comes next. A happy book for three and four year olds to call their own, with expanded captions that beginning readers will find satisfaction in reading to themselves. by Charlotte Zolotow & illustrated by Garth Williams.

Charlotte Zolotow 7 hrs · Charlotte’s daughter, Crescent Dragonwago. n,as another spring rolls in, as the year repeats, over and over. She’s holding a copy of Charlotte’s Over and Over, which expresses so powerfully and simply the cycles of the year, timeless and yet in time. The illustrations, by Garth Williams, are just about perfect for the text.

by. Zolotow, Charlotte, 1915-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by KellyCritch on October 23, 2009.

FRAY
Such a sweet book. We were given this when our first daughter was born and now I've purchased it for a couple who is expecting their first daughter. Our kids loved the comforting concept of knowing the sequence of the holidays and "what's next" - and then knowing it starts all over again! And of course Garth Williams's beautiful illustrations are always a joy.

Recommend for all kids.
Jaberini
I have loved this book since I was a small child nearly 60 years ago. The illustrations jumped off each page and I begged my parents to read it again and again. I purchased the book for my granddaughter (3 1/2) and she loves it as well. The story of the security of the things that happen year in and year out in our lives is wonderful and she happily shouts out "Easter!" or "birthday!" as each illustration is revealed as we read. What a lovely book to share.
Jogrnd
this book makes me cry every time I read it -- The simple sweetness of a mother recounting a child's year, it always makes me think of the rhythm of our own life as it goes on and on, and just makes me treasure the little years because I know they won't last forever.
Modigas
First I have to admit that I always cry when I get to the last page of this story. But there's nothing sad in the book. I don't know why I cry, but it's something I look forward to!

It's a celebration of a little girl's developing sense of time , in her response to the changing seasons and different holidays in that little girl's year, a little girl so little that she doesn't quite remember what happened last year at this time, but she almost remembers.

The little girl is not hyped or frantic over the changes in her life. She is not quite old enough to be reflective. She just takes in what happens around her and enjoys it.

My parents read this book over and over to me, and I read it over and over to my daughter. Now I buy it for other parents when they have a little girl.

The only thing as good as the story, are the illustrations by Garth Williams. He also illustrated the Laura Ingalls Wilder books (Little House on the Prarie, etc.)
Ynap
One of my most favorite books! Explains ALL. Every child NEEDS one of these - and through the years they each get one, birthday or Christmas.
Qudanilyr
A classic that my mother gave to my daughter. And we read it over and over and over. Bought this as a gift for her little daughter. The prose is well done, and the illustrations are wonderful.
Moonshaper
I use this book to introduce my kids to the calendar. I love the way this author wrote for all children to help understand the world around them.
This is a classic book.