How to

How to

By (author) Julie Morstad

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This imaginative ‘how to’ book explores whimsical ways of doing a host of different tasks, including ‘how to wonder’, ‘how to see the breeze’, and ‘how to be brave’. With text and images by award-winning illustrator Julie Morstad, this book will be beloved by all ages. How to read this book? That is up to you!

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  • Hardback | 36 pages
  • 208 x 278 x 10mm | 498.95g
  • 13 Jun 2013
  • SIMPLY READ BOOKS
  • Vancouver
  • English
  • 1897476574
  • 9781897476574
  • 148,287

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Julie Morstad is an award-winning illustrator and fine artist known for her surreal, whimsical work. Illustrator of numerous children s books, including "Singing Away the Dark" and "When You Were Small" and its two sequels "Where You Came From" and "When I Was Small," Julie has exhibited her work in galleries, animated two music videos with her brother, filled up stacks of sketchbooks, and made countless pots of soup and many loaves of bread. She lives in Vancouver with her family."

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Reviews for "The Swing" "The sensation of soaring through the skies is told in this classic poem that is given new life with beautiful drawings by an award-winning illustrator." - "Today's Parent" "Evocative and mesmerizing all at once, this is one book that is sure to engage kids right from the get-go. With its new packaging, Stevenson's classic feels as fresh and new as anything you'll find on your bookstore and library shelves today. Beautiful. There's no other word for it." - Fuse #8, "School Library Journal" Reviews of "When I Was Small" "When I Was Small is not only a charming picture book, but by focusing on the parent's past instead of the child's, it also has the potential to be a great conversation starter." - Quill and Quire Reviews and Awards for "Singing Away the Dark: " Finalist for the 2011-2012 Chocolate Lily Awards Finalist for the 2011 Marilyn Baillie Award, Canadian Children's Book Centre! Finalist for the 2011 Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Award Shortlist Finalist for the 2011 Shortlist for the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children's Book Awards Night can be a very alien world, but this beckoning book is like an invitation to come walk there. - "Kirkus Review"

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