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Night and Day

Night and Day

by Alvin Granowsky, Mary Lonsdale (Illustrator), Mary Lonsdale (Illustrator)

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Children's Literature
Dr. Granowsky presents the concept of time by emphasizing familiar words commonly used in a young reader's vocabulary. Examples such as "dawn" or "noon" are boldly printed at the top of the page when the concept is introduced. The words are explained with simple text, happy illustrations, and colorful photography. The last few pages of the book hold a glossary, useful for the review of terms. There are clocks on one of the pages to illustrate the meaning of time during a 24-hour day. This book can also serve as a story starter for beginning writers. Part of a series called "My World." 2001, Copper Beech Books/The Millbrook Press, $15.90 and $3.99. Ages 5 to 7. Reviewer: Donna Nelsen<%ISBN%>0761324607

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Lerner Publishing Group
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My World Series

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