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Sep 09, 2008
| ISBN 9780887768705
| 3-7 years
Dec 14, 2011
| ISBN 9781770491632
| 3-7 years
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Sep 09, 2008 | ISBN 9780887768705 | 3-7 years
Dec 14, 2011 | ISBN 9781770491632 | 3-7 years
What is time? This question, asked nearly fifty years ago by author Beth Gleick’s young son, prompted her to answer in a picture book for preschoolers, using simple language and familiar scenes: “In one second, you can bounce a ball, or jump, or say hello, or turn a page.”Beth Gleick’s clean turn of phrase cleverly explains the passing of seconds, minutes, hours, on up through seasons and years. First published in 1960, this book is lovingly re-illustrated by collage-artist Marthe Jocelyn, who pays homage to the original art while simultaneously creating a world of her own, cutting patterned papers and printed fabrics with whimsy, ingenuity, and precision of, yes, time. . . .
BETH GLEICK published this book in 1960 to explain the concepts of time to her three-year-old son, James. Not only did Time Is When explain the concept of time to James, it cultivated his own fascination with the subject. James… More about Beth Gleick
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