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by Miri Leshem-Pelly

eBook Lon-Lon's Big Night epub
  • ISBN: 0979065623
  • Author: Miri Leshem-Pelly
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Learn more
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Milk and Honey Press (February 15, 2007)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ePUB size: 1572 kb
  • FB2 size 1372 kb
  • Formats rtf lrf lrf mbr


Lon-Lon's Big Night book.

Lon-Lon's Big Night book. by. Miri Leshem-Pelly. Lon-Lon, a little sand fox, was born in the Negev, the desert of Israel. Lon-Lon lived with his family inside an underground burrow. One night Lon-Lon was allowed for the first time to go outside. He stepped out of the burrow, began to play, and then suddenly found himself alone in the middle of the desert, far from from his home and family. That was the beginning of Lon-L Lon-Lon, a little sand fox, was born in the Negev, the desert of Israel.

One night Lon-Lon was allowed for the first time to go outside

Lon-Lon, a little sand fox, was born in the Negev, the desert of Israel. That was the beginning of Lon-Lon's big night.

Other books by Miri Leshem-Pelly: Lon-Lon’s Big Night. When night fell on the room, the little painter fell asleep and her drawings came to life. They left the paper and took off for an adventure. What will the little girl discover when she wakes up in the morning?

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Milk & Honey Press, 2007. The book is written in both English and Hebrew on the same page. Lon-Lon becomes a little wiser to the ways of the outside world through contact with the other animals

Milk & Honey Press, 2007. Lon-Lon becomes a little wiser to the ways of the outside world through contact with the other animals. He learns the outside world is not such a friendly place, when a menacing owl swoops down to catch and perhaps devour him as he narrowly escapes into a gap in a rock.

Miri got multiple offers from agents, followed by a publishing contract with Kane Miller/EDC publishing.

Miri Leshem-Pelly is a published author-illustrator of children books. Her books include several best sellers in Israel, one book published in the . She has created 12 books so far as author/illustrator and illustrated 14 other books. A (Lon-Lon's Big Night) and two books who won the Nachum Gutman illustration award (Pitzponteva series). Two of her books (Lon-Lon's Big Night and Luti & Tery the otter cubs) were chosen for the "Book Parade" list by the ministery of education.

Her book LON-LON’S BIG NIGHT was published in English in the . by Milk & Honey Press. Miri Leshem-Pelly is represented by Anna Olswanger Literary Agency. To read about the books. The publication of this book was followed by an invitation for a coast-to-coast book tour, with many presentations. Miri’s works have won awards in Israel and have been shown on several solo exhibitions and many group exhibitions. Miri is the Regional Advisor of the Israeli chapter of SCBWI (Society of children's book writers & illustrators). In the past, she has been the chairperson of the Israeli Association of Illustrators.

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Lon-Lon, a little sand fox, was born in the Negev, the desert of Israel. Lon-Lon lived with his family inside an underground burrow. One night Lon-Lon was allowed for the first time to go outside. He stepped out of the burrow, began to play, and then suddenly found himself alone in the middle of the desert, far from from his home and family. That was the beginning of Lon-Lon's big night.
Comments: (5)
Sennnel
This book is so motivating! Lon Lon is a beautiful sand fox. Your children or you will like the story very much. The bilingual edition is very good because if you do not understand anything in Hebrew, you can make sure of the meaning in English. The pictures are absolutely wonderful!
Leceri
Through this adventure of a little sandfox who wanders too far from his Negev dessert home, readers are introduced to a hedgehog, a jerboa, a long-eared bat, an eagle owl, and a hyrax. The book is written in both English and Hebrew on the same page. Lon-Lon becomes a little wiser to the ways of the outside world through contact with the other animals. He learns the "outside world" is not such a friendly place, when a menacing owl swoops down to catch and perhaps devour him as he narrowly escapes into a gap in a rock. He meets a friendly and helpful hydrax who compliments him for his escape technique and helps him locate his burrow by the acacia tree and reunite with his worried mother, his loving father, and his brother and sister who want to know all about his adventures in the "outside world." Lon-Lon will tell his tale, only after he has gone to sleep for the rest of the day. This book was read in both languages to a class of 5-year-olds with a very positive reception. The ten children in the class were totally enthralled by the story. The English speakers listened to the Hebrew, as well, and visa versa for the Hebrew-speaking students. The soft, pencil illustrations are lovely and beautifully depict the desert scenery. However, a map of Israel and an endnote providing additional information about the wildlife of the Negev desert would have added value. For ages 4-7.
Sat
My grandkids want me to read this story again and again, and I don't mind because I learn more each time I read it. For the kids it's a story of a sand fox that gets lost. For me it's an introduction to animals that live in the Negev desert. Superb illustrations of real Negev species. Also a nice way to introduce kids to Israel.

One other nice feature--in addition to the story in English, it's written in Hebrew. I enjoy seeing the Hebrew letters, and showing them to my grandkids, even if I don't know the language well enough to understand the story in the Hebrew version.
Goltizuru
This is a great book for a child who reads well but hates too much text on a page. The story is sweet, emotional, and transports you to the negev soyou can almost feel the sand in the air. The hebrew text is simple and clear. A winner. Write more!
Zuser
This is a children's book, but I got it to help me read and practice my Hebrew. It is a story about a young desert fox and the animals he meets during the night in the desert. It is beautifully illustrated. It is written in both modern Hebrew and in English.
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