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A Shimmer of Joy: 100 Children's Picture Books in America

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From The Tale of Rabbit (1901) to Last Stop on Market Street (2015), each of the one hundred books is presented with fascinating stories of its publication history and biographies of the creators. On the facing page, a cover and inside spread will bring back memories of the time when, sitting in a classroom or on a lap, someone read you a book and opened up your wo From The Tale of Rabbit (1901) to Last Stop on Market Street (2015), each of the one hundred books is presented with fascinating stories of its publication history and biographies of the creators. On the facing page, a cover and inside spread will bring back memories of the time when, sitting in a classroom or on a lap, someone read you a book and opened up your world.


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From The Tale of Rabbit (1901) to Last Stop on Market Street (2015), each of the one hundred books is presented with fascinating stories of its publication history and biographies of the creators. On the facing page, a cover and inside spread will bring back memories of the time when, sitting in a classroom or on a lap, someone read you a book and opened up your wo From The Tale of Rabbit (1901) to Last Stop on Market Street (2015), each of the one hundred books is presented with fascinating stories of its publication history and biographies of the creators. On the facing page, a cover and inside spread will bring back memories of the time when, sitting in a classroom or on a lap, someone read you a book and opened up your world.

27 review for A Shimmer of Joy: 100 Children's Picture Books in America

  1. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Reading this did bring me a little shimmer of joy - so many of the books listed are so beloved by me and the children and families that I work with, so it was a nice trip down memory lane. I didn't agree with all opinions in the book, and I certainly have other books that I consider worthy of inclusion, but overall this was a lovely, nostalgic read. Reading this did bring me a little shimmer of joy - so many of the books listed are so beloved by me and the children and families that I work with, so it was a nice trip down memory lane. I didn't agree with all opinions in the book, and I certainly have other books that I consider worthy of inclusion, but overall this was a lovely, nostalgic read.

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    Wendy

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    Shari

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