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Dan Bar-el
Dan Bar-el is an award-winning children's author of a dozen books as well as an educator and storyteller. His writing includes chapter books, picture books, and graphic novels. For the past twenty years, Dan has been working with children ages 3 to 13. He's been a school age childcare provider, a... show more

Dan Bar-el is an award-winning children's author of a dozen books as well as an educator and storyteller. His writing includes chapter books, picture books, and graphic novels. For the past twenty years, Dan has been working with children ages 3 to 13. He's been a school age childcare provider, a preschool teacher, a creative drama teacher and creative writing teacher. These days, when not writing, travelling around the country presenting his book, storytelling or leading various workshops at schools and libraries, he teaches creative writing courses to children in Vancouver, BC where he lives.follow him at:www.danbar-el.comwww.facebook.com/pages/Dan-Bar-el-Childrens-Book-Authorand check out:audreycow.wordpress.com
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Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 3 years ago
Dog Night at the Story Zoo was a family-read affair. All of us plopped down on the couch, the kiddo in the middle, and took turns reading out loud. We were all happy with what we had read. The three main stories told were very different from each other, and they were interspersed with asides from t...
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews rated it 5 years ago
I received a free kindle copy of Audrey (cow) by Dan Bar-el, publishers Random House of Canada Limited, Tundra Books from NetGalley for fair review. It is almost a four star. There are thirty unique voices in the telling of Audrey's story. While they were clearly labeled & spoke with distinctly diff...
Boston Bibliophile
Boston Bibliophile rated it 6 years ago
Lively, entertaining retelling of the three peaches" folktale with vibrant illustrations. This book is good for elementary-school-aged kids and positively begs to be read aloud. See a full review at http://www.bostonbibliophile.com/2008/03/jewish-literature-challenge-4-of-5.html"
Peace, Love & Books
Peace, Love & Books rated it 7 years ago
Silly fun.
debnance
debnance rated it 8 years ago
In this version of an old nursery rhyme, Pussycat doesn’t stop with visiting the Queen in London. He travels to many exotic locations and sees many amazing sites.“Pussycat, Pussycat,What seas did you course?The frozen cold water That lies to the North.Pussycat, Pussycat,What did you see?Pods of gray...
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