Spacey Riddles

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아이피에스, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
6 Reviews
'With whole language 'and literature in the classroom blossoming in schools across America, Puffin's easy-to-Read series is a perfect match for the times. These books are easily read by beginning readers, and their reading-level label make it easy make it easy for parents and teachers to match the right book with the right child.'

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Review: Spacey Riddles: Level 3

User Review  - Andrew Miller - Goodreads

Spacey Riddles, as suggested by the title, is a book full of space related riddles. Every riddle is relatively 'cheesey' and made for the audiance of early readers. The illustrations are fun, and ... Read full review

Review: Spacey Riddles: Level 3

User Review  - Goodreads

Spacey Riddles, as suggested by the title, is a book full of space related riddles. Every riddle is relatively 'cheesey' and made for the audiance of early readers. The illustrations are fun, and ... Read full review

About the author (1995)

Katy Hall has written all of the Life With Louie books for HarperEntertainment. She and Lisa Eisenberg have collaborated on many fun flap books, including Hearty Har Har; Gobble, Gobble, Giggle; Jingle Jokes; Easter Crack-ups; and Trick or Eeek! Ms. Hall lives in New York City.

Katy Hall and Lisa Eisenberg have collaborated on many fun flap books, including Hearty Har Har; Gobble, Gobble, Giggle; Jingle Jokes; Easter Crack-ups; and Trick or Eeek! Ms. Hall lives in New York City and Ms. Eisenberg lives in Ithaca, NY.

Simms Taback was born on February 13, 1932 in New York City. Before serving two years in the Army, he graduated from Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in 1953. He worked as an art director at CBS Records and The New York Times and as an advertising art director at William Douglas McAdams. He designed and illustrated the first McDonald's Happy Meal box in the 1970s. During his lifetime, he was the illustrator and occasional author of about 50 children's books including There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, Joseph Had a Little Overcoat, which won the Caldecott Medal in 2000, and Postcards from Camp. He died of pancreatic cancer on December 25, 2011 at the age of 79.

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