All for Love

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Tasha Tudor
Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 93 pages
In this sumptuous volume, renowned artist Tasha Tudor shares her romantic view of life through the words of her favorite writers. From the eloquent poetry of Robert Browning to the passionate storytelling of Emily Bronte, this book captures the essence of all kinds of love through a combination of poems, songs, letters, folklore, and stories. Tasha Tudor's exquisite watercolor paintings make this a treasury that will be embraced by children and adults alike, all year long. Also included is a section about Tasha's own family traditions on that very special day of love -- Valentine's Day.

A Caldecott Honor artist with over ninety books to her credit, Tasha Tudor has created many inspirational books for children and adults, including The Springs of Joy. She says this about All for Love: "I am proud to have been able to illustrate the words of many of my favorite poets and writers. I did so with humility fueled by low and admiration for their passion. It is my hope that this new edition might inspire you also to give all for love". Tasha Tudor lives in Vermont.

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Contents

KEYNOTE
13
IN LOVE
24
Meeting at Night Robert Browning
34
SECRET LOVE
40
OTHER LOVES
44
LOVE IN ABSENCE
52
LOVE AND KISSES
59
My Luve is Like a Red Red Rose Robert Burns
65
Early One Morning Traditional English
72
Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes Ben Jonson
78
How to Make Cake Sale Booths
85
How to Make Valentine Bouquets
91
Copyright

About the author (2000)

Author and illustrator Tasha Tudor was born in Boston, Massachusetts on August 28, 1915. Her first book, Pumpkin Moonshine, was published in 1938. Since then she has written or illustrated almost 100 books including her most recent title Corgiville Christmas, which was published in 2003. She won numerous awards throughout her lifetime including the Catholic Library Association's Regina Medal, the Walter Cerf Award for Lifetime Achievements in the Arts from the Vermont Arts Council, and Caldecott Honors for Mother Goose in 1945 and 1 Is One in 1957. She also created Christmas cards for the Irene Dash Greeting Card Company. She died on June 18, 2008.

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