Have You Ever Done That? by Julie Larios

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Have you ever slept outside on a hot summer night? Sailed a boat in stormy waters? Or nursed a baby bird back to health? Maybe you've done other strange things you weren't expecting to do, or familiar things that became surprising as you did them. In this beautifully illustrated book of poetry you'll discover exciting possibilities in the events of each day and night. Every page hold a world to be explored.
 

About Julie Larios

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Julie Lariosis a poet who lives in Seattle. Her first book,On the Stairs,was done in collaboration with her sister, Mary Cornish.Anne Hunteris the author and illustrator of many children's book, includingPossum's Harvest MoonandPossum and the Peeper.She lives in Vermont. Anne Hunter was born in Lake Worth, Florida where she grew up accompanying her bird-watching mother into the remote woods and swamps and there beginning her own interest in natural history. She attended Earlham College and graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She paints, writes, and lives in an old farmhouse in southern Vermont with her farmer husband Andrew, one dog and eight lazy hens. Have You Ever Done That? is her ninth children's book.
 
Published September 9, 2001 by Front Street Imprint of Boyds Mills Press. 32 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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/ Have you ever done that?” These poetic challenges to do something different make even sleeping in the back lawn in a sleeping bag seem like an adventure.

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With subtle cross-hatching and muted colors, Hunter brings an intriguing tension to every picture—and conveys the message that, for those willing to look a little harder and risk a little more, life-changing surprises and revelations await.

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