The Rocket Book book. When Fritz,the Janitor's bad kid,Went snooping in the basement,He. Peter Newell (1862-1924) began his career as an artist drawing portraits, using crayons as his medium. In his fantastic humor, many believe, is the first appearance of the gentle humor of the absurd which The New Yorker has subsequently developed to such a high level.
Start reading The Rocket Book on your Kindle in under a minute. everything heads for the skies. Peter Newell has a real knack for story telling in a way to capture children's attention and imagination.
The Rocket Book begins when the son of a building superintendent sets a match to a rocket he discovered in the basement. This book and Newell’s The Slant Book pioneered the special format children’s literature of today, such as pop-up books or cutout books like Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Newell’s books from 80 years ago have been reprinted, since Newell has undergone a resurgence in popularity much as Dr. Seuss’s books did during the 1980s.
collections Collections. Peter Newell (American, McDonough County, Illinois 1862–1924 Little Neck, New York). The Rocket Book 1912 a. Collection of book illustrations from various sources selected by BibliOdyssey. The Rocket Book 1912 b. The Rocket Book 1912 c. The Rocket Book 1912 d.
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Peter Sheaf Hersey Newell (March 5, 1862 – January 15, 1924) was an American artist and author. 43. What happens when the dream becomes real? Shall we fear or not? This is a story of a little girl who confronts our biggest fear, the fear of Death. They were separated by 163 years.
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- Design [Cover] – Janette Brown
- Liner Notes [Summary By] – Denny Sayers
- Read By – Denny Sayers
NotesPoem for children, read in American English language.
Recording of a public-domain text.
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