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I like the sun / written by Sarah Nelson ; illustrated by Rachel Oldfield.

Nelson, Sarah 1973- (author.). Oldfield, Rachel, (illustrator.).

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  • 2 of 4 copies available at Bibliomation.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Bethel Public Library JP NEW NELSON (Text to phone) 34030148183798 Juvenile New Picture Book Checked out 11/04/2021
North Branch - Bridgeport jj NELSON (Text to phone) 34000148022502 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Southbury Public Library JP NEL (Text to phone) 34019149376816 Juvenile New Fiction Checked out 10/04/2021
Warren Public Library JP NEL (Text to phone) 33720146628627 Picture Book Available -

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Summary, etc.: Hand-painted illustrations and simple, rhyming text celebrate sensations and adventures brought by sunshine. Includes facts about the sun.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 3-7. Barefoot Books.
Grades K-1. Barefoot Books.
Subject: Sun Fiction
Stories in rhyme
Play Juvenile fiction
Sun Juvenile fiction
Stories in rhyme
Genre: Picture books for children.
Picture books.

Syndetic Solutions - Author Notes for ISBN Number 1646861000
I Like the Sun
I Like the Sun
by Nelson, Sarah; Oldfield, Rachel (Illustrator)
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Author Notes

I Like the Sun

Sarah Nelson is a picture-book writer with a rich, lyrical style. When she is not writing, she teaches English to adult immigrants and refugees. Sarah is based in Minnesota, USA. Rachel Oldfield studied illustration at Brighton University. She has also illustrated Up, Up, Up! and Outdoor Opposites for Barefoot Books. Rachel lives with her family in the English countryside.

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