Peter Newell - The Slant Book FLAC
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|none||Peter Newell||The Slant Book (File, AAC, Mono, 64 )||LibriVox||none||US||2011|
|none||Peter Newell||The Slant Book (File, MP3, 128)||LibriVox||none||US||2006|
|none||Peter Newell||The Slant Book (File, MP3, 64 )||LibriVox||none||US||2006|
- Design [Cover] – Janette Brown
- Liner Notes [Summary By] – Denny Sayers
- Read By – Denny Sayers
Poem for children, originally released in 1910. Read in American English language.
Recording of a public-domain text.
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
The Slant Book. Peter Newell. Publication date. This picture book filled with rhyming poetry tells a story of all the mishaps that can occur when things are on a slant. You can also read a copy of 'The Slant Book' by going to the International Children's Digital Library, a joint project of the Internet Archive and University Of Maryland. Peter Sheaf Hersey Newell was an American cartoonist and illustrator of children's books. The Monster is an 1898 novella by American author Stephen. The Slant Book Peter Newell Children's Books. Long before Richard Scarry or Dr. Seuss, an American ar. Ghosts I Have Met and Some Others 1898. Peter Newell 1862 1924 began his career painting portraits, using crayons as a medium, before turning to children's book. Besides his own books, Newell illustrated Mark Twain's Innocents Abroad and Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. He is the author of the Tuttle Classics The Hole Book, The Slant Book, and The Rocket Book. Read more. The Slant Book is literally the shape of a parallelogram, with the spine of the book running down one side. When opened, facing pages form a V shape. Seusss books did during the 1980s. This is a boon for teachers and home-schooling parents, since this recording can now be listened to as youngsters page through a real book ISBN: 080-480-5326 or as they view the ICDL scanned version online both are a real treat . Peter Sheaf Hersey Newell March 5, 1862 January 15, 1924 was an American artist and writer. A native of McDonough County, Illinois, Newell built a reputation in the 1880s and 1890s for his humorous drawings and poems, which appeared in Harper's Weekly, Harper's Bazaar, Scribner's Magazine, The Saturday Evening Post, Judge, and other publications. He later wrote and illustrated several popular children's books, such as. The album finds the band in attack mode, where on standout tracks like Sunday Bloody Sunday an instrument as refined as the violin takes turns playing electrical whip, wailing animal, and battle cry across the songs marching protest beat. This is U2 at their angriest, each piece infused with a sense of dark urgency that reaches a frothy head on New Years Day. As they move inexorably forward in time, Albert Serras films dont crescendo so much as peter out. The Slant Book, and indeed the shape of the book is slanted. Cover as shown in the first picture, the small print between the blue lines above the author's name reads Patented September 20, 1910. The copyright page as seen in the third picture shows the copyright year and published year both as being 1910. Interesting children's book made on an actual slant at the beginning of the 1900s. Cute and funny. about 7 minutes Slant Book - Peter This picture book filled with rhyming poetry tells a story of all the mishaps that can occur when things are on a slant. The Library of Congress has a collection of books that would make any bookworm turn green with envy. One of their most interesting collections is their rare children's book library. The Slant Book - love this. Myrtle Reed, illustrations by Peter Newell, Book of Clever Beasts: Studies in Unnatural History. Myrtle Reed, illustrations by Peter Newell, miscellanyflow: I had no idea a croquet mallet could be used for this particular purpose. cabbagingcove: She made them gallop around an imaginary ring Book of Clever Beasts: Studies. The Slant Book book. Where Bobby lives there is a hill-A hill so steep and high,'Twould. This was illustratorauthor Peter Newell. Originally published in 1910, The Slant Book remains as profoundly enjoyable and incredibly popular as ever. The humorous text and funny illustrations are also slanted to create an adventurous tale. This classic work will delight readers of all ages as they follow a go-cart, a newsboy and a careening baby carriage down a hill. Peter Newell 1862-1924 began his career as an artist drawing portraits, using crayons as his medium