by. Stevenson, James, 1929-. no page number in the book.
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The poster announces that the circus is coming and good acts are needed
The poster announces that the circus is coming and good acts are needed. So Jerry the squirrel finds two friends, and the Flying Acorns are born.
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A book that begs to be read aloud. This comic- strip-style farce gets off to a slow start, but Stevenson's adroit draughting and sly honing of clichÇs into dialogue have a cumulative effect that ends by becoming hilariously funny. A book that begs to be read aloud.
James Stevenson (July 11, 1929 – February 17, 2017) was an American illustrator and author of over 100 children's books. His cartoons appear regularly in The New Yorker magazine. He usually uses a unique comic book style of illustration that is very recognizable. His books, like What's Under My Bed, have been featured on the Reading Rainbow television series.
I was in the RAF for only two years during which time I flew the famous WW2 trainer (the Harvard) followed by fast jets.
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Robert Louis Stevenson. Robert Louis Stevenson. Stevenson's brooding historical romance demonstrates his most abiding theme-the elemental struggle between good and evil-as it unfolds against a hauntingly beautiful Scottish landscape, amid the fierce loyalties and violent enmities that characterized Scottish history. When two brothers attempt to split their loyalties between the warring factions of the 1745 Jacobite rising, one family finds itself tragically divided. Ten magnificent full-color plates complement Stevenson's action-packed sequel to Kidnapped, as David Balfour struggles to exonerate James Stewart, becomes a captive, and romances Catriona Drummond.
James Stevenson is an op-ed contributor to the New York Times. Visit the official Harlequin book site.