FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A small, shiny yellow button takes its place in the pocket of a blue dress, worn by a young girl reclining on an old brown couch, in a small white house.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A cumulative story relating the importance all things, large and small, hold in the universe. The concept of scale is simply depicted as young listeners move step by step from the lowly button to the great universe beyond Earth. The spare pastel illustrations have the same handsome, painterly quality found in Pedersen's The Tiny Patient (Knopf, 1988).
Yellow Button, The book. Fun Facts About Anne Mazer. When she was a kid, she would sometimes read up to ten books a day.
A charmingly eccentric story of a yellow button, in a pocket, in a blue dress worn by a gift. who is shown to be part of a ""big picture""-a universe where the earth is no more than a speck. Clean, clear prose matches Pedersen's scumbled, iridescent paintings and brave, simple shapes.
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Anne Mazer is the American author of forty-five books, including The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes series encompassing twenty two books, The Salamander Room, and The No-Nothings and Their Baby. Mazer was born in 1953 in Schenectady, New York. As the daughter of novelists Harry Mazer and Norma Fox Mazer, Mazer loved books and said that she would often sneak out of high school to go to the public library.
An ALA Notable Book: A contemporary tale of mythic proportions Once upon a time, humans and animals lived together in perfect harmony. Each species was respected for its own particular strength, knowledge, and wisdom. The Oxboy has a human mother and an ox father. Eleven gripping paranormal tales from award-winning author Anne Mazer Full of paranormal activity, haunting plot twists, and bone-chilling horror, this spellbinding collection will grip readers until the very last page. In "Glass Heart," a tiny shard of glass flies into a girl's eye, causing her body to grow colder and colder until she is frozen to her very bones.
Anne Mazer is the American author of forty-five books, including The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes series encompassing twenty two books, The Salamander Room, and The Number-Nothings and Their Baby. After high school, she went on to study art, at Syracuse University"s School of Visual and Performing Arts. Watch Maine, her first published work, became one of a number of critically acclaimed picture books Moose Street, published two years later, was the first of Mazer"s young adult novels. The Salamander Room was a 1993 American Broadcasting Company Children"s Choice book and a Reading Rainbow Feature selection.
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Mazer, Anne 1953-PersonalBorn April 2, 1953, in Schenectady, NY. .
Mazer, Anne 1953-PersonalBorn April 2, 1953, in Schenectady, NY; daughter of Harry (a writer) and Norma (a writer) Mazer; children: Max and Mollie Futterman. Education: Attended State University of New York at Binghamton, Syracuse University, and University of Paris, Sorbonne. Unlike Watch Me, The Yellow Button grew easily out of the author's childhood memories. When I was a small child, I often tried to encompass infinity within my own mind," Mazer explained. Although Mazer has expanded her works beyond picture books in recent years, she still respects picture books as a medium far more complicated than it might seem to the casual reader.