4 edition of The little juggler found in the catalog.
The little juggler
Marcy Dunn Ramsey
A little juggler with no money to buy a gift for the Christ Child"s birthday, offers instead his best performance. Features one pop-up illustration.
|Statement||[illustrations by Marcy Ramsey ; paper engineering by Dick Dudley].|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.R2227 Li 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||90029026|
Hopefully, it's a set up for more original material in the Fleet of Worlds (sub-) series because there's little new or of interest here. The book is a sequel to Fleet of Worlds, which is required reading for understanding of this book. Juggler of Worlds also requires familiarity with a number of short stories by Larry Niven, often annoyingly so/5. Title and Author/Editor: The Little Juggler (Adapted by Barbara Cooney, ), Eight Fairy Tales (edited by Watty Piper with verses by Kate Cox Goddard, ), More Goops and How Not to be Them (Gelett Burgess, ), Squirrely of Willow Hill (Berta and Elmer Hader, ), Pookie at the Seaside (Ivy L. Wallace, ): Genre: Children’s, Fairy Tales and Folklore, Allegory, Fable and Satire.
The Little Juggler: Adapted from an old French Legend and Illustrated by Barbara Cooney by Barbara Cooney A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or Rating: % positive. Little JUGGLER (19th) An original art doll/ornament made by me, with antique and vintage parts. This little cutie is approximately 5 1/2 tall and 4 wide. He was created with a damaged, antique doll head, vintage childrens scissors, painted wooden beads and more.
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The Little Juggler is a simple, lovely retelling of an old French tale, redone by excellent author-illustrator Barbara Cooney. On the inside book jacket we get a glimpse of the incredible effort that went into the recreation of this short story. Barbara Cooney traveled around the world preparing to make this book, even tracking down a seven-hundred-year-old original manuscript of the legend /5.
The Little Juggler Hardcover – January 1, by Barbara Cooney (Author, Illustrator) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ /5(4).
Like many others who have retold the tale of the juggler, the American children’s book author and illustrator Barbara Cooney (–) dropped clues about her sources of inspiration.
In the foreword to the first edition ofshe reported having been exposed to the story first on the radio in The Little Juggler: Adapted from an old French Legend and Illustrated by Barbara Cooney Hardcover – January 1, by Barbara Cooney (Author, Illustrator) › Visit Amazon's Barbara Cooney Page.
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Le Jongleur de Notre Dame is a religious miracle story by the French author Anatole France, published in and based on an old medieval r to the later Christmas carol The Little Drummer Boy, it tells the story of a juggler turned monk who has no gift to offer a statue of the Virgin Mary except for his ability to juggle doing so, he is accused of blasphemy by the other Gift-bringers: Saint Nicholas, Santa Claus, List.
Like many others who have retold the tale of the juggler, the American children’s book author and illustrator Barbara Cooney (–) dropped clues about her sources of inspiration. In the foreword to the first edition ofshe reported having been exposed to Pages: Buy The Little Juggler by Barbara Cooney online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Like many others who have retold the tale of the juggler, the American children's book author and illustrator Barbara Cooney () dropped clues about her sources of inspiration. In the foreword to the first edition ofshe reported having been exposed to the story first on the radio in She knew that the roots of the story stretch back seven hundred years to a poem from France.
Little Juggler Author Cooney, Barbara Illustrator Barbara Cooney Book condition Used - Fine Jacket condition Near Fine Edition First Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher Hastings House Place of Publication New York Date published Keywords Children's, illustrated, Folk Tales, fairy Tales Bookseller catalogs Nursery Rhymes & Fairy Tales; Size 8voBook Edition: First Edition.
The Little Juggler. Barbara Cooney. Like many others who have retold the tale of the juggler, the American children’s book author and illustrator Barbara Cooney (–) dropped clues about her sources of inspiration.
In the foreword to the first edition ofshe reported having been exposed to the story first on the radio in The warm breezes turned into chilly blasts, and fewer and fewer people stopped to watch the little juggler on his mat.
People hugged their warm cloaks and hurried past Barnaby without even a glance. His little purse of coins grew thinner and thinner until, at last, it was totally empty.
The book gets its name from the authors pursuit of information on her paternal great-grandfather, apparently a Chinese juggler.
Although this one man gets her started, she also ends up pursuing family ties in India, England and Jamaica as well/5. Click to read more about The Little Juggler by Barbara Cooney. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. This book could be used to demonstrate the different ways to celebrate Christmas in different places in the world.
A great Christmas story based on a french legend/5(4). The Little Juggler, and Other French Tales Retold (Whitman Publishing Co., ), Racine, WI. Violet Moore Higgins Violet Moore Higgins was the first to turn the Juggler into a children’s story, casting the protagonist as a young invalid in her children’s book The Little Juggler.
46 pages: 24 cm Retells the legend of the little juggler's search for a special Christmas gift for the Christ Child and the Blessed Mother : This book is hard-bound in red cloth with black stamping to the upper cover and spine, in a price-clipped dust jacket, which is inscribed by the author on the upper flap, and signed by the author on the lower flap.
The Little Juggler By Barbara Cooney Hastings House Beautiful Illustrations. $ + Seller Rating: % positive. - The French legend of the little juggler who offers the Christ Child the gift of his talent and the miracle that occurs because of his sacrifice is brought vividly to life in this beautifully designed book from award-winning author/illustrator Tomie dePaola.
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