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by Gerald McDermott
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  • Author:
    Gerald McDermott
  • ISBN:
    0590075047
  • ISBN13:
    978-0590075046
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  • Publisher:
    Atheneum; First Edition edition (April 1, 1979)
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Gerald McDermott (January 31, 1941 – December 26, 2012) was an American filmmaker, creator of children's picture books, and an expert on mythology. His creative works typically combine bright colors and styles with ancient imagery

Gerald McDermott (January 31, 1941 – December 26, 2012) was an American filmmaker, creator of children's picture books, and an expert on mythology. His creative works typically combine bright colors and styles with ancient imagery. His picture books feature folktales and cultures from all around the world. McDermott was born in Detroit, Michigan to parents who supported the arts and encouraged his love of reading.

Fronticepiece 1. 5 17. 875 in. Title Page 2. 5 13. 125 in. The Dark Wood . 5 22. 625 in. The Knight 4 15 in. Hydra (outtake) . 25 12. 75 in. Knights Charging 10 18.

Gerald McDermott is an award-winning children’s book illustrator and an expert on mythology. His work often combines bright colors and styles with ancient imagery. He has created more than 25 books and animated films. His first book, Anansi the Spider, was awarded a Caldecott Honor, and he’s since won the Caldecott Medal for Arrow to the Sun and another Caldecott Honor.

Gerald McDermott is an award-winning filmmaker, children’s book author . Gerald McDermott was born January 31, 1941 in Detroit, Michigan. 1979 "The Knight of the Lion". 1973 "The Magic Tree: The Tale from the Congo".

Gerald McDermott is an award-winning filmmaker, children’s book author & illustrator as well as an expert on mythology. His picture books encompass folktales and cultures from all around the world. His parents supported the arts and encouraged his love of reading. 1984 "Daughter of Earth: A Roman Myth".

Gerald R. McDermott takes on the controversial and tough question of should Christians . Gerald McDermott is Anglican Chair of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School. The book "Famous Stutterers" profiles twelve inspiring people who achieved great things while struggling with an impediment. McDermott takes on the controversial and tough question of should Christians tithe or give 1/10th of their income to the Lord. Part 1 of 3 short teaching. erald R. McDermott. He is also a stutterer.

Probably McDermott's approach is best reflected in his grainy black-and-white illustrations, which are flamboyantly melodramatic (one lightning-lit pose is pure Superman)-but even at that level the writing falls short.

With this book Michael McClymond and Gerald McDermott meet that pressing need and meet it very well. The book is clear, comprehensive, balanced, nuanced, and authoritative-in a word, a splendid volume about one of the truly great thinkers in all of American history. -Mark Noll, Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History, University of Notre Dame. Jonathan Edwards is not just an American theologian but a man who has profoundly influenced thinking about doctrinal questions and revival practice all over the world.

Gerald McDermott (1941-2012) was an internationally acclaimed author-illustrator of books for children. A graduate of Pratt Institute in New York City and a lifelong artist, he began his career as an animated filmmaker before moving into the creation of children's books based on storytelling traditions from around the world. He was awarded the Caldecott Medal and two Caldecott Honors; his extensive and influential body of work includes six popular picture books focusing on the trickster motif

A retelling of the adventures of Sir Yvain and his faithful lion, as the young knight goes through several trials to prove himself worthy of a great triumph.

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Amazing book. This is not just for kids and presents a classic hero story. The illustrations are truly engaging, albeit a little dark. It is worth noting that there is some blood and violence. It's definitely better for an older child. My son is seven. He loved it!
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I remember this book when I was in fifth grade at William Fox School in Richmond, Virginia. The book had just come out then. I was entranced by the illustrations and story.

Now that I have sons of my own, I decided to try to track the book down. I was not disappointed. The book I received in the mail was a used library book in decent condition. It cost me four cents, plus $3.99 shipping and handling. You can't beat that.

My sons are too young to enjoy this book yet, but I think they'll like it.