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Frances Lincoln Limited, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Paradiseshowcases Fiona French's distinctive artwork that combines the flowing organic lines of Art Nouveau with the colorful luminous look of Louis Comfort Tiffany's stained glass. Twelve kaleidoscopic tableaux, accompanied by a straightforward, easy-to-understand narrative, portray the Old Testament story of creation — seven momentous days in which God creates the world: light and dark, sky and earth, fishes, birds, animals and finally man and woman. French returns to perhaps the most compelling text of the many available — the Authorized King James version of the Bible — to bring the Book of Genesis in all of its timeless drama into glowing perspective for young readers.

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About the author (2004)

Fiona French won the 1986 U.K. Kate Greenaway Medal for Snow White in New York and the Sheffield Book Award for Anancy and Mr. Dry-Bone. Her Pepi and the Secret Names was one of Child Education's Best Story Books of 1994.

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