Star Climbing by Lou Fancher

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Welcome to the magical night world of star climbing. Run and dance with Leo the Lion and Ursa the Bear. Dive into a shimmering star pool with Pisces the Fish, and rest on the glimmering back of Cygnus the Swan. Lou Fancher lets imagination soar during this fantastical journey through sparkling star constellations. Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher's breathtaking art brings the star animals to life, filled with radiance and glory.


About Lou Fancher

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Lou Fancher and Steve Johnson have worked as a creative team for over 22 years and have illustrated over 30 children's books including Dr. Seuss's "My Many Colored Days, "Jon Scieszka's "The Frog Prince, Continued "and Lois Duncan's "I Walk the Night "which was recognized as a "New York Times "Best Illustrated Book. They live in Moraga, California. Steve Johnson has written more than 20 books on a variety of computer software, including Microsoft Office XP, Windows XP, and Macromedia Director MX and Fireworks. In 1991, after working for Apple Computer and Microsoft, Steve founded Perspection, Inc. Perspection, Inc. is a software training company committed to providing performance-based training to help people effectively and efficiently use computer technology. Perspection writes and produces software training books, and develops Web-based training for Windows and Macintosh personal computers. Since 1991 they have written more than 60 computer books and sold over 4.5 million copies.
Published February 7, 2006 by HarperCollins. 32 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Science & Math. Fiction

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The child balances on Pegasus with arms outstretched, dips a finger into a placid pool from the back of Cygnus and dives into the golden light next to Pisces.

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Ethereal, textured paintings accompany Fancher's rhythmic, lyrical poem about a child's imaginary journey through the night sky before he or she drifts off to sleep.

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