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by Julie Vivas,Richard Tulloch

eBook Stories From Our Street epub
  • ISBN: 092110362X
  • Author: Julie Vivas,Richard Tulloch
  • Genre: Children
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kids Can Press (1989)
  • ePUB size: 1381 kb
  • FB2 size 1801 kb
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Stories From Our Street Hardcover – 1989. Richard Tulloch (Author), Julie Vivas (Illustrator).

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Stories From Our Street book. Richard Tulloch, Julie Vivas (Illustrator).

Books Illustrated By Julie Vivas. 1989 The Very Best Of Friends by Margaret Wild. 1989 Stories From Our Street by Richard Tulloch. 1983 Possum Magic by Mem Fox. 1984 Wilfred Gordon McDonald Partridge by Mem Fox. 1985 The Grandma Poss Cookbook by Julie Vivas. 1986 The Nativity by Julie Vivas. 1989 I Went Walking by Sue Williams. 1991 Let The Celebrations Begin! by Margaret Wild. 1991 Nurse Lugton's Curtain by Virginia Woolf. 1993 Our Granny by Margaret Wild. 1994 Big Chants: I Went Walking by Carolyn Graham & Sue Williams.

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About this Item: Kids Can Press, 1989. Julie Vivas (illustrator). A+ Customer service! Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.

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Stories from Our Street is Tulloch and Vivas' second picture-book collaboration. They have returned to the same characters and format employed in Stories from Our House (Cambridge University Press, 1987) but with a surer touch. The stories number three in all, and are simple, gently humorous tales of everyday experience, told from a child's perspective. The Catching Tree" is about a tree that catches kites, balls, and even Mom when she attempts to rescue the lost objects. In "Bored," making a home for a beetle transforms a "nothing to do" rainy day.

Find nearly any book by Richard Tulloch. Stories From Our House. by Richard Tulloch, Julie Vivas. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780521334853 (978-0-521-33485-3) Hardcover, Cambridge University Press, 1987. Find signed collectible books: 'Stories From Our House'. Coauthors & Alternates.

From picture-book masters Margaret Wild and Julie Vivas comes this gentle and moving story about the love .

From picture-book masters Margaret Wild and Julie Vivas comes this gentle and moving story about the love between a little boy and the duckling that stays with him all of its life. WRITING STYLE This gorgeous text is a suitable springboard for discussion on the cycles of life and death, the relationships between humans and animals, and the enduring nature of friendship. Perhaps best known for the best selling Possum Magic, written by Mem Fox, Julie has illustrated stories by many well-known Australian authors, including The Tram to Bondi Beach by Libby Hathorn and Stories From Our Street by Richard Tulloch.

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Richard, moving with an extra precision and grace because of the smoothness with which the business had been managed – though he and Joan had been married nearly two years, he was still so young-looking that people did not instinctively lay upon him hostly duties; their reluctance worked in him a corresponding hesitancy so that often it was his wife who poured th.

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