Imatge de l'autor

Julia Rawlinson

Autor/a de Fletcher and the Falling Leaves

26 obres 1,869 Membres 32 Ressenyes

Sèrie

Obres de Julia Rawlinson

Fletcher and the Falling Leaves (2006) 1,134 exemplars
Mule School (2007) 157 exemplars
A Surprise For Rosie (2005) 63 exemplars
Fred and the Little Egg (2005) 20 exemplars
Fletcher's Big Show (2014) 18 exemplars
Sweet Dreaming (2018) 14 exemplars
Ferdie's Christmas (2010) 3 exemplars
Frederico e o Ovinho (2012) 1 exemplars

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Nom normalitzat
Rawlinson, Julia
Nom oficial
Rawlinson, Julia
Gènere
female
Nacionalitat
UK
Lloc de naixement
London, England
Llocs de residència
UK
Agent
James Catchpole (The Catchpole Agency)
Biografia breu
I grew up in London, close to Richmond Park - a beautiful deer park big enough to get lost in, where I got to know lots of the characters who have since popped up in my stories.

I have always loved writing poetry - I enjoy the sound and rhythm of words, and the first things I published were poems. When I had my children I started writing stories for picture books, and my first book, Fred and the Little Egg, was published in 2005. Since then I have written lots of stories about animals including rabbits, mules, dragons, hedgehogs, squirrels, mice and a kind-hearted but easily confused fox. I have been lucky enough to work with some wonderful illustrators, and my books have been published in many languages.

Membres

Ressenyes

Ah springtime is coming too soon! That's kind of how I feel right now. Trees are budding, flowers and blossoming here....and yet, today it's cold and dreary. I expect snow to fall at any moment!

Well Fletcher the fox has seen snow and is out to warn his friends!!! Does Squirrel have enough food stored up? Do the birds need to fly back south for the winter? YOu'll have to read the book and find out.

I will remark on the text of this book--it is printed in fun ways based on the actions occurring in the book. When Fletcher tumbles down the hill, so does the text. What about when he climbs back up the hill.....the text looks on an uphill trajectory. It is fun elements like this that can keep a reader engaged.… (més)
 
Marcat
msgabbythelibrarian | Hi ha 5 ressenyes més | Jun 11, 2023 |
Genre
Picture books for children
Subject
Change
Flowers
Forest animals
Foxes
Misconceptions
Seasons
Spring
 
Marcat
kmgerbig | Hi ha 5 ressenyes més | May 10, 2023 |
Genre
Picture books for children
Subject
Autumn
Caring in children
Change
Fox kits
Foxes
Joy and sorrow
Leaves
Mothers and sons
Parent and child
Seasons
Trees
 
Marcat
kmgerbig | Hi ha 15 ressenyes més | May 10, 2023 |
Cute story about a fox and his best friend, a tree. The tree is shedding its leaves and the fox is super concerned. The story is sweet and simple for children and would be great for explaining the turning of the season. This book is probably best for children who are concerned themselves about the trees "dying" in the winter. Art is nice as well and is pretty good at illustrating the story.

3/5 because it was sweet and cute, but didn't really make me feel any particular way.
 
Marcat
croquettica | Hi ha 15 ressenyes més | Aug 15, 2022 |

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Estadístiques

Obres
26
Membres
1,869
Popularitat
#13,772
Valoració
3.9
Ressenyes
32
ISBN
89
Llengües
2

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