Caribbean Dream by Rachel Isadora

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Where does sea meet sky? Where does sound meet color? Where does song meet soul? They meet where children run, splash, sing, and live, on an island in the West Indies. Rachel Isadora has written an inventive text, just right for the very young, featuring the activities children love. Winsome watercolors depict the connections that exist in the world around us, and take us to the places that lie deep in the hearts of all children, no matter where they live.
 

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Rachel Isadora was born and raised in New York City. Rachel studied at the School of American Ballet and was a dancer with the Boston Ballet until a foot injury. She went from being a ballet dancer to an author and illustrator. The first title she wrote and illustrated was Max. Since then she has written many others including Golden Bear, Ben's Trumpet, Nick Plays Baseball, Caribbean Dream, Mr. Moon and Not Just Tutus. Her works have earned her several awards including the Caldecott Honor Award and the Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Award. Her title Max, was named an ALA Notable Book.
 
Published October 26, 1998 by Putnam Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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On the book's righthand pages are Isadora's nimble sun-bleached watercolors_sea, hills, market, friends, rain, song_while the lefthand pages hold six words that report a feeling or activity: "Where wind meets hill, we run," "Where song meets soul, we dance," and "Where moonlight meets path, we wa...

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Isadora's (A South African Night) simple, rhythmic paean to the Caribbean opens at the start of a day: Where morning meets light, we rise. Echoing this phrasing, the author spotlights some typical

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Isadora's (A South African Night) simple, rhythmic paean to the Caribbean opens at the start of a day: ""Where morning meets light, we rise."" Echoing this phrasing, the author spotlights some typical island activities: her child protagonists take a dip at water's edge (""Where waves meet sand, w...

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