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ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

All things are indeed "bright and beautiful" in the serene, sharply detailed country scenes Whatley (Wait! No Paint, p. 669, etc.) has created for this familiar 19th-century hymn. With creamy, photorealistic clarity, the artist portrays an overall-clad child visiting barn and orchard, pausing to admire a golden sky, coming home after her ramble with a basket of apples, an armful of cattails—and a ... Read full review

ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Bright and beautiful watercolor illustrations and a large format with a thoughtful design combine to bring new life to the old words of this familiar hymn written in 1848. The rhyming text attributes everything under the sun to God's creation, from "all creatures great and small" to the tallest mountain, and from the general (the wind, the seasons) to the specific (each little bird and each ripe ... Read full review

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