A High, Low, Near, Far, Loud, Quiet Story

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Greenwillow Books, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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From morning to night, a child's day is filled with opposites. Fast -- slow. Rough -- smooth. Empty -- full. Nina Crew's brilliant photographs of the everyday world of a brother and sister will have young viewers discovering their own daily opposites and loudly announcing them to anyone larger -- or smaller -- than they.

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PreS-K-Throughout the day and into the night, a brother and sister experience the world of opposites in this enchanting photomontage. Crews captures the natural enthusiasm and inquisitiveness of the ... Read full review

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Nina Crews drew inspiration from her own neighborhood in creating the artwork for both this book and its celebrated companion, The Neighborhood Mother Goose. She lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York.

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