Do You Hear What I Hear?

Helen Borten (Author)
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Description

With vivid poetic word imagery, and pictures as loud as a lion or as quiet as a whisper, Helen Borten introduces children to listening to everything around them to show them just how beautiful our world sounds in this new edition of her 1960s classic.

Product Details

Price
$17.95
Publisher
Nobrow Press
Publish Date
May 10, 2016
Pages
48
Dimensions
7.1 X 0.5 X 10.0 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781909263857
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About the Author

Helen Borten was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1930. She attended the Philadelphia Museum College of Art and produced the main body of her well-loved children's picture book illustrations in the 1960s.

Reviews

[...] the connection of the senses does work very well poetically, and this text accompanied by the author's stylized illustrations should limber up even the most sluggish imaginations.
--Kirkus Reviews

"Originally published in 1959, Ms. Borten's beautiful, vintage artwork adds texture to the basics: lines, color, and shape, whether it's by adding swirls to an ocean full of fish or wispy, thin spider webs above the thick bars of a lion's cage. Ms. Borten artwork and evocative text inspires children to see the world around them "as a great big painting, full of lines and shapes and colors, to look at and enjoy." This is a great book to read out loud, then talk about the different sounds and feelings kids associate with them."
--Books for Kids

"the book is beautiful, the text is lovely--Borten's technique is to represent sound--or rather the feeling of sound (which is to say, the feeling of the feeling of sound) through language and art."
--Biblioklept

"Do You Hear What I Hear? is a lovely introduction to sounds and how they intertwine so readily with emotions. Borten's poetic, appropriately rhythmic text, paired with the playful, energetic, color-soaked illustrations are just perfect for making the abstract nature of music nearly tangible."
--Avid Bookshop