Stories for a Fragile Planet Hardback
Traditional Tales About Caring for the Earth
by Kenneth Steven;
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Stories for a Fragile Planet
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These stories - from ancient Greece, the Far East, the Celts, Africa, Greenland, Russia, China, Japan, South America and ancient Israel - afford wonderful opportunities for Jane Ray's paradisiacal paintings of trees and flowers, animals and birds...in short, all creation.
Stories for a Fragile Planet by Kenneth Steven was published by Lion Hudson in September 2010 and is our 13770th best seller. The ISBN for Stories for a Fragile Planet is 9780745961576.
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?Jane Ray?s exquisite illustrations in jewel-like bright watercolours and inks are sometimes enclosed with decorative borders, sometimes vignettes. Her palette reflects the landscape of each tale ? airy greys and browns for Greenland; blues and yellows for Africa ? enhancing the sense of wonder and pleasure that will be experienced by young readers as they travel from one part of the earth to another. Ray?s landscapes are sometimes reminiscent of Mughal paintings with their stylised deer and undulating hills. A handsome production.?
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Is this suitable for 7-8 years old's?
This is recommended for slightly older children and young teenagers. We estimate that it would be suitable for 10-14 year old's.
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|Page last updated||26th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Kenneth Steven|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (September 2010)|
|Number of Pages||48|