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  • Author:
    Author,Brian Lies
  • ISBN:
    1933938773
  • ISBN13:
    978-1933938776
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  • Publisher:
    Nutmeg Media (January 20, 2011)
  • Subcategory:
    Animals
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device . In sweeping compositions that transport fans to the rightside-up and upside-down world of bats at play, Brian Lies treats us to a whole new ballgame

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. In sweeping compositions that transport fans to the rightside-up and upside-down world of bats at play, Brian Lies treats us to a whole new ballgame. Creating the Illustrations. An outtake from Brian Lies's sketchbook.

Bats at the Ballgame book. The pictures are fun, especially when grandpa bat starts reminiscing about the great bat players. Although I collect illustrated children's books, this is the first Bats At book I purchased. Intrigued by the artwork and the simple concept of bats playing the American pastime, I did enjoy the obvious devotion to the concept. Yes, there is a Lou Gehrig bat standing Although I collect illustrated children's books, this is the first Bats At book I purchased. What Kind of Book is Bats at the Ballgame. Great Children's Books About Bats. Book Lists baseball. Bold Children's Books About Baseball. On deck and ready for the spring lineup, New York Times bestselling author-illustrator Brian Lies's ode to "batty" baseball fans.

A book trailer for my new book, BATS AT THE BALLGAME (August/September, 2010). Related PagesSee all. Picture Book Artists Association. 416 followers · Artist. 717 followers · Book series. 1,425 followers · Artist.

Bats at the Library (A Bat Book) by Brian Lies. He's one of my favourite Children's Book Authors. I love the illustrations in the Bat series, they're so detailed, mixing accuracy and fantasy. I work in a library, I wonder if bats ever come to visit? Booktopia has Bats at the Library, Bat Book by Brian Lies. we have Bats at the Ballgame and Bats at the Library too! Bats at the Beach. Owl Babies by Martin Waddell is a popular story book about a mum caring for her baby owls. Expressive text and illustrations engages young readers and listeners.

Brian Lies (pronounced Lees) (born 1963) in Princeton, New Jersey and now located in eastern Massachusettsis an American author and illustrator of children's books. His works include his 2019 Caldecott Honor-winning picture book The Rough Patch, Got to Get to Bear's!, and his NY Times bestselling bat series, Bats at the Beach, Bats at the Library, Bats at the Ballgame, and "Bats in the Band.

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Inspired by Bats at the Ballgame by Brian Lies. Modern Tattoos Unique Tattoos Beautiful Tattoos Awesome Tattoos Skin Art See Tattoo Book Tattoo Library Tattoo Tattoos For Women. A Bit Bookish: 15 Amazing Literary Tattoos from Diehard Bookworms. I admired Brian Lies speech at a scbwi conference. I admire his marketing skills even more! His picture books are awesome. It's good to be batty! Very Hungry Caterpillar Magpie Puppets Peter Rabbit Hand Puppets Hungry Caterpillar Eurasian Magpie Dolls.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: HMH Books for Young ReadersReleased: Sep 6, 2010ISBN: 9780547740744Format: book. carousel previous carousel next.

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Illustrator: Brian Lies. Topics: Magic and Fantasy, Sports and Martial Arts, Adventures, Wild Animals. Late-night library adventure lauds classic books. We display the minimum age for which content is developmentally appropriate.


Styphe
This book is fantastic, and it matters not one bit whether you (or your chIldren) like baseball...Brian Lies creates the most beautiful illustrations! and with them a terrific story. these bats are so JOYFUL, in every one of the series they're out doing something they love. And at thirty pages, with between two and eight lines per page, there's quite a lot of story here. My favorite thing about this book, and all of the Bats series, is the very skilled use of rhyme and meter. He seems to choose two different rhythms to alternate between while telling the tale, and it's always a catchy rhythm and flawless rhyme. there are sooooo many picture books out there which have to reach so far for the rhyme that the whole thing is forced and awkward. Brian Lies is a refreshing change. Here are a couple of samples, you'll see why these verses are a pleasure to read aloud:

How could any bat forget
in all the countless years we've met
it seems the team we play tonight
has beaten us in every fight.

We shake our feet and raise our wings
In voices high and strong
together, all the fans belt out
the famous bat-ball song

Look for the bat-related visual jokes as well...for example, the printed sign on the fence advertises garlic fries and bratwurst...and someone has apparently crossed out and changed it to garlic FLIES and GNATwurst. Clever!
Felolune
This cute book is a homer! (Get it!!?! Hehe) the illustrations are a bit dark in color since it takes place at night and all, but the details are wonderful right down to how things are upside down. This book keeps a lot of parallels with the attractions of attending a real baseball game including mentioning the vendors selling treats and an ump yelling "out!" The only difference is the players and fans are bats. The book is a slightly longer picture book but my kiddo enjoyed it by the time she was two. This is a well written gem. I'm a fan of this "bats at" series of books, but this is one of the best of them in my humble opinion. I even chose to buy this as a gift for a nephew and would definitely recommend it to other tiny sports fanatics. Basically the bats wait for nightfall to sneak into the ballpark and play a thrilling game of ball, finishing up just in time to get back home before daybreak.
Kearanny
I bought this after being REQUIRED (by my 5 year old granddaughter) to read Bats at the Beach EVERY time I read to her! I still LOVE the Beach one best, but this and the Library are great, too! The rhyming language is beautifully fluent and the illustrations wonderful. The bats are realistic enough to not look cartoon like, but not at all scary, either. There are clever little changes (like "Cricket Jacks" in place of "Cracker Jacks") that appeal to both children and adults. I highly recommend these books for fun, enjoyable repeated reading, and the possibility of lots of reality/fantasy discussion if that appeals. (I am a speech/language pathologist). ENJOY!
Survivors
Love, love, love this whole series of books and am hoping my three year old grandnephew does too. I hope to give him the whole series over the next few years. (And maybe collect them for myself as well.) The illustrations are so charming and the story telling so well done. Makes bats interesting and friendly instead of creepy and fear inducing!
Gold Crown
Our family is a huge fan of the Bat Books! Beautiful illustrations, great tales, never a disappointment. Hopefully the author continues with this lovely little series.
grand star
My daughter loves this book!
Cordann
Used this book while teaching Common Core in Second Grade in Florida. Cute story. Not a lot of information in it for actual teaching.
The kids enjoyed this book and the illustrations are great