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by Richard Holland,Jan Mark

eBook The Museum Book: A Guide to Strange and Wonderful Collections epub
  • ISBN: 0763633704
  • Author: Richard Holland,Jan Mark
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Arts Music & Photography
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Candlewick; Stated First Edition edition (September 25, 2007)
  • Pages: 56 pages
  • ePUB size: 1395 kb
  • FB2 size 1257 kb
  • Formats rtf lrf lit lrf


The Museum Book: A Guide. has been added to your Cart. Jan Mark's humorous and conversational insights take readers through museums' multifaceted history, while Richard Holland's eye-catching mixed-media illustrations lend their own quirky flair

The Museum Book: A Guide. Jan Mark's humorous and conversational insights take readers through museums' multifaceted history, while Richard Holland's eye-catching mixed-media illustrations lend their own quirky flair. With vivid examples from all around the world, this wonderful book puts museums - and the many artifacts lovingly stored there - on display in a whole new light.

Presents the history of museums and some of the fascinating things that are displayed in them.

The Museum Book book. Jan Mark’s humorous and conversational insights take readers through museums’ multifaceted history, while Richard Holland’s eye-catching mixed-media illustrations lend their own quirky flair.

The Museum Book" explores the variety of types of museums and the different collections that can be found in museums. The pages and text are inviting and interesting, allowing a reader with no personal knowledge about museums to have insight into what can be found in a museum.

A Guide to Strange and Wonderful Collections. About The Museum Book. Why do people collect things? This ode to museums mighty and minuscule will draw curious viewers of all ages - and is worthy of collection itself. A Guide to Strange and Wonderful Collections. By Jan Mark Illustrated by Richard Holland. What is a museum? Why would anyone amass shells, words, clocks, teeth, trains, dinosaurs, mummies. or two-headed sheep? Find out where the word museum comes from and what unusual items (unicorn horns? mermaids?) some early museums placed on view.

Jan Mark, Richard Holland. A leisurely and edifying journey of discovery. This ode to museums mighty and minuscule will draw curious viewers of all.

Jan Mark was one of the most distinguished authors of books for young people, she twice won the Carnegie Medal. Richard Holland is an illustrator who works with collage, and "enjoys the idea of collecting bits of paper and turning them into images. He lives in Essex, England.

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Why do people collect things? This ode to museums mighty and minuscule will draw curious viewers of all ages — and is worthy of collection itself.What is a museum? Why would anyone amass shells, words, clocks, teeth, trains, dinosaurs, mummies . . . or two-headed sheep? Find out where the word "museum" comes from and what unusual items (unicorn horns? mermaids?) some early museums placed on view. Jan Mark’s humorous and conversational insights take readers through museums’ multifaceted history, while Richard Holland’s eye-catching mixed-media illustrations lend their own quirky flair. With vivid examples from all around the world, this wonderful book puts museums — and the many artifacts lovingly stored there — on display in a whole new light.Back matter includes a glossary and an index.A Common Core Text Exemplar
Comments: (3)
Sudert
I am a Museum Educator and thought this was a great book for kids on the history of museolgy. My son is 7 and loves it.
ME
Good book
deadly claw
This was not at all what I thought it would be.

I thought this would be a book about different museum collections.

Instead this is a book that speaks to you as if you do not know what a museum or a museum collection is. Total waste of my money.
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