Simon's Book

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Scholastic, Incorporated, 1987 - 40 pages
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In this New York Times Best Illustrated Book and Reading Rainbow Feature Selection, strange things happen when a young artist puts down his pens in the middle of a drawing and falls asleep. "The exuberant energy of the illustrations races from page to page".--The Horn Book.

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User Review  - rmewife - LibraryThing

Summary The story was about a boy who was drawing a character by the name Simon and a scary monster. When the boy decided to go to sleep, an amazing adventure began. A couple of pens and ink came ... Read full review

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User Review  - Truly.Mae.Pettijohn - LibraryThing

Summary- A boys drawing comes to life in order to run away from monsters. Personal Opinion- A very creative story. Cartoon artwork with ink and water colors. Classroom- 1)Discuss how to be inspired to ... Read full review

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About the author (1987)

Henrik Drescher is an illustrator and author of over 27 children's books, including "Pat the Beastie" and "Simon's Book". His work regularly appears in the "New York Times Book Review" and other national and international publications. He lives in Auckland, New Zealand.

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