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  • Author:
    Sue Heap
  • ISBN:
    1406313343
  • ISBN13:
    978-1406313345
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  • Publisher:
    Walker Books Ltd (May 1, 2008)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
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    1674 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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Visiting the zoo inspires Danny and his friend to make up a story - and soon his drawings take on a wonderful life of their own. When Danny brings his drawing book to the zoo, it doesn't take long to find ideas to put in it. First he draws an elephant with a red scarf, then an aardvark with a green hat, then his friend Ettie and himself, then an airplane to take them all. to Africa! And how do the two friends get home when their excursion is done? As with any reading adventure, they simply close the book -- until next time.

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Sue Heap is a British children's book illustrator. She has illustrated over thirty books, some of which she also wrote – including Cowboy Baby, winner of the Smarties Prize Gold Award in 1998. She is also noted for her creative collaborations; with Nick Sharratt, Sally Lloyd-Jones and, most recently, Teresa Heapy. Danny's Drawing Book Visiting the zoo inspires Danny and his friend to make up a story - and soon his drawings take on a wonderful life of their own. When Danny brings his drawing book to the zoo, it doesn’t take long to find ideas to put in it.

Several of her picture books have been nominated for the Greenaway Medal, and her collaboration with Sally . By Maine, the Big Sister" by Sally Lloyd-Jones and Sue Heap was one of six children"s books selected as a New York Times Notable Book in 2007

Several of her picture books have been nominated for the Greenaway Medal, and her collaboration with Sally Lloyd-Jones for Schwartz & Wade Books, By Maine, the Big Sister" was a New York Times bestseller and Notable Book in 2007. rnHeap was born in 1954 in Hampshire, England. By Maine, the Big Sister" by Sally Lloyd-Jones and Sue Heap was one of six children"s books selected as a New York Times Notable Book in 2007. Shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize in 2008.

Heap's expressive artwork conveys an operatic range of emotions within the short space of a picture book. Booklist Online Heap's.

This book teaches artists to explore, and exploit, watercolour's unique properties in creative ways

This book teaches artists to explore, and exploit, watercolour's unique properties in creative ways. The ability to create fresh, new paintings stems from a visual awareness of what past masters have achieved with the medium, and from a secure understanding of certain basic artistic principles of composition, design, and paint handling - all parts of a foundation the author terms practicial creativity and lays out for the reader.

Every picture tells a story in this charming adventure of the imagination from an award-winning illustrator.Danny loves drawing pictures in his yellow drawing book. One snowy day, when he and his friend Ettie go to the zoo, Danny draws an elephant and an aardvark. Danny and Ettie watch in amazement as the animals come to life in the pages - and then they join them to embark on a wildly exciting journey to somewhere very different!

Global Progression
This is one of those books that prove it is worth going off the beaten path to spend some time browsing at the library. I had never heard of it and just randomly found it on the shelf. It's SUCH a delightful little book! Two friends go to the zoo, and, together, they end up making up a story about the animals they see there. Danny draws it all in his little yellow book that he carries around everywhere. It is a book within a book, a story within a story. I truly love it. I think it captures the world of a writer or illustrator- how they are always living in two places at once. I think it also speaks to childhood, and how their imagination allows them to always be in two places at once. Plus, we love to make up stories at our house! This would be a perfect book to read to a class, right before handing them an assignment to write and illustrate their very own book. I still remember doing that in school as a child, and it was one of my favorite assignments. We all made our own books and then the teacher read them all outloud. Anyway- THIS BOOK IS WORTH SEEKING OUT. Love it. :)
Dalallador
My 2.5 year old son loves this book. I have been read him the book every night before he goes to sleep for more than 1 week. The conversation between the elephant and the aardvark is interesting and my son loves mimicing them and excercising the same conversation with me.
Crazy
My 3 year old son simply loved this book, we had to read it twice in the first evening we borrowed it from the library. Simple child-like drawings and funny story for little ones to enjoy.