Publish date: January 1998
Pages no: 36
Edition language: Italian
, Realistic Fiction
, Books About Books
, Middle Grade
, Picture Books
The Library is simply delightful. Written by Sarah Stewart and illustrated by David Small, it tells the story of a little girl named Elizabeth Brown who was unlike everyone else her age. She was more interested in reading than going to parties. She was fascinated by books instead of boys. She'd pref...
The cosy, old school hand-painted illustration of a book-cluttered hall in karen's review together with the title The Library enticed me to grab this, appropriately, from my local library. I'm so glad I did! Yes, I'll grudgingly admit I'm not a child anymore, but I'm well aware of these new soulless...
This book tells the story of shy, bookish Elizabeth Brown and her life long love affair with books. As time passes Elizabeth accumulates so many books that she decides to turn her house into a public library. The illustrations are wonderful with a lot of detail and humorous touches as Elizabeth lo...
The true story, in rhyme, of a woman who did nothing so much as read. And keep cats. And founded a library.Sweet.It's always a great read. The PandaBat had fun looking for the teddy bear in every spread.We are all drawn to books set in libraries. I cannot resist one.2009 Mar 142008 Oct 142008 Feb 04...