- Author:Abbie Zabar
- Publisher:Hyperion; 1st edition (September 1, 1994)
- Pages:1 pages
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A cumulative rhyming text, featuring clever wordplay and striking illustrations, starts from one squirmy worm in the land of Save-the Day and builds up to fifty-five friends who live in that land.
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ISBN13:9780786800216. Release Date:September 1994. Publisher:Hyperion Books for Children.
Abbie Farwell Brown (August 21, 1871 – March 5, 1927) was an American author. Brown was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the first of two daughters of Benjamin F. Brown, a descendant of Isaac Allerton, and Clara Neal Brown, who contributed to The Youth's Companion. Her sister Ethel became an author and illustrator under the name Ann Underhill. Her family, for ten generations, had only resided in New England, and Brown herself spent her entire life in her family's Beacon Hill home.
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Abbie Zabar makes pictures that look like pale and precious watercolors out of bits of cut paper. They are all landscape, for the most part near freeways or quiet remote airports, but occasionally they include views of open, rolling countryside in England or France
Abbie Zabar makes pictures that look like pale and precious watercolors out of bits of cut paper. They are all landscape, for the most part near freeways or quiet remote airports, but occasionally they include views of open, rolling countryside in England or France. As far as I know, Zabar has not exhibited often, and there is much about these pictures that is amateurish: their benign subject matter, perhaps primarily the association one can’t help making between them and the traditional genre landscapes of the amateur Sunday painter.