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by Mitsumasa Anno

  • Author: Mitsumasa Anno
  • ISBN: 0529054590
  • ISBN13: 978-0529054593
  • ePub: 1326 kb | FB2: 1736 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Collins; 1st U.S. ed edition (1979)
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 978
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The King's flower ePub download

The King's Flower book. Anno's illustrations are beautifully realised and the tale w I love anything by Mitsumasa Anno, and some of his books are more for adults than children (or, happily, both).

The King's Flower book. A king discovers that bigger is not always better. What if there was a coffee cup as big as a tank, and he started magining huge things. But then some things are perfect as they are - small. The tulip the King grows in a giant flower pot makes him realise that maybe biggest isn't always best.

By (author) Mitsumasa Anno.

Mitsumasa Anno (安野 光雅, Anno Mitsumasa, born 20 March 1926) is a Japanese illustrator and writer of children's books, known best for picture books with few or no words. He received the international Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 1984 for his "lasting contribution to children's literature. Anno was born in 1926 in Tsuwano, a small town in Shimane Prefecture, Japan and grew up there. As a student at a regional high school, he studied art, drawing, and the writings of Hermann Hesse.

But if none of this is as breathtaking as Anno's Alphabet,.

A king discovers that bigger is not always better. I love anything by Mitsumasa Anno, and some of his books are more for adults than children (or, happily, both). Anno's illustrations are beautifully realised and the tale well-told - a delight for children from about 3 onwards.

Anno's Counting Book (1986). The King's Flower (1986). The Art Of Mitsumasa Anno: Bridging Cultures (with Ann Beneduce) (2003). Bungotai for Youths (2003). Anno's Sundial (1987).

The King's Flower," by Mitsumasa Anno, is an imaginative and enjoyable picture book. It follows the tradition of other parables and moral stories in describing kings and their egos. This particular king insists that everything of his own must be "bigger and better" than everyone else's things. Of course, this leads to some rather ridiculous results. Everything has to be specially built for the king. There are huge dishes, a giant chocolate bar, and some rather scary pincers that are used to pull the king's "tiny bad tooth. In the end, a small but.

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MrCat
I love anything by Mitsumasa Anno, and some of his books are more for adults than children (or, happily, both). This is a lovely tale for children, born of his imagination....What if there was a coffee cup as big as a tank, and he started magining huge things.
But then some things are perfect as they are - small. The tulip the King grows in a giant flower pot makes him realise that maybe biggest isn't always best.
Anno's illustrations are beautifully realised and the tale well-told - a delight for children from about 3 onwards.
Faegal
"The King's Flower," by Mitsumasa Anno, is an imaginative and enjoyable picture book. It follows the tradition of other parables and moral stories in describing kings and their egos. This particular king insists that everything of his own must be "bigger and better" than everyone else's things. Of course, this leads to some rather ridiculous results. Everything has to be specially built for the king. There are huge dishes, a giant chocolate bar, and some rather scary pincers that are used to pull the king's "tiny bad tooth." In the end, a small but beautiful flower proves to the king that "biggest is not best." Illustrations are creative, showing a variety of giant items juxtaposed against relatively tiny people. Points of learning might include spatial concepts, ratios, relative size, perspective, big and little, and natural versus manmade items.
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