On My Beach There Are Many Pebbles by Leo Lionni

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Take a look. And another. And another. Are those ordinary pebbles you see, lying on an ordinary beach? Or are they hearts and gift-wrapped packages, numbers, letters, and the faces of friends? Take a look. And another.

 

About Leo Lionni

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Leo Lionni was born in Amsterdam on May 5, 1910. He attended the University of Zurich and also earned a doctorate in Economics from the University of Genoa in 1935. He taught himself to draw by visiting museums. After marrying Nora Maffi in 1931, Lionni moved to Milan, Italy, where he became known as a painter. In 1939 he moved to Philadelphia and began working in advertising design. Lionni held several positions in the artistic field including artistic director and design director. He also served as president of the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Around 1960 Lionni moved back to Italy. His first of over forty children's books was Little Blue and Little Yellow. Other titles include Inch by Inch, Frederick, Swimmy, and Alexander and the Wind-up Mouse, all of which won a Caldecott Honor. In addition, he received the American Institute of Graphic Arts Gold Medal in 1984. Lionni died on October 11, 1999 at his home in Tuscany, Italy at the age of 89.
 
Published March 1, 1961 by Astor-Honor Inc. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Realistic black-and-white renderings of stones with fanciful names (fishpebbles, numberpebbles, peoplepebbles) make up this simple and effective book by the Caldecott Honor artist. Ages 3-up. (Aug.)

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Realistic black-and-white renderings of stones with fanciful names (fishpebbles, numberpebbles, peoplepebbles) make up this simple and effective book by the Caldecott Honor artist. Ages 3-up. (Aug.)

Aug 21 1995 | Read Full Review of On My Beach There Are Many Pe...

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