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I love working with?Tilbury House Publishing, they have some of the best children's books for your children.? I have fallen in love with this new artist series and my children enjoy reading about any animal.? Every Christmas I add to our children's home library.? I really should've been a Librarian because I love books!? Even if my children don't get as excited about them as I do they still get them for me to read to them.? Some of the new titles from Tilbury include:If da Vinci Painted a Dinosaur,?Mother Earth's Lullaby,?How Nature Works: Don?t Mess With Me: The Strange Lives of Venomous Sea Creatures and If Picasso?Painted a Snowman.
If da Vinci Painted a Dinosaur?by Amy Newbold and was illustrated by Greg Newbold.?In this sequel to the tour de force children's art-history picture book?If Picasso Painted a Snowman, Amy Newbold conveys nineteen artists' styles in a few deft words, while Greg Newbold's chameleon-like artistry shows us Edgar Degas' dinosaur ballerinas, Cassius Coolidge's dinosaurs playing Go Fish, Hokusai's dinosaurs surfing a giant wave, and dinosaurs smelling flowers in Mary Cassatt's garden; grazing in Grandma Moses' green valley; peeking around Diego Rivera's lilies; tiptoeing through Baishi's inky bamboo; and cavorting, stampeding, or hiding in canvases by Henri Matisse, Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, Franz Marc, Harrison Begay, Alma Thomas, Aaron Douglas, Mark Rothko, Lois Mailou Jones, Marguerite Zorach, and Edvard Munch. And, of course, striking a Mona Lisa pose for Leonardo da Vinci.
Mother Earth's Lullaby?by Terry Pierce and was illustrated by Carol Heyer.When Mother Earth bids goodnight, / the world is bathed in silver light. / She says, ?Goodnight, my precious ones.? / Nature's song has just begun.Mother Earth's Lullaby?is a gentle bedtime call to some of the world's most endangered animals. Rhythm, rhyme, and repetition create a quiet moment for children burrowing down in their own beds for the night, imparting a sense that even the most endangered animals feel safe at this peaceful time of day. In successive spreads, a baby giant panda, yellow-footed rock wallaby, California condor, Ariel toucan, American red wolf, Sumatran tiger, polar bear, Javan rhinoceros, Vaquita dolphin, Northern spotted owl, Hawaiian goose, and Key deer are snuggled to sleep by attentive parents in their dens and nests under the moon and stars.
How Nature Works: Don?t Mess With Me: The Strange Lives of Venomous Sea Creatures?by Paul Erickson and photographs were taken by Andrew Martinez . The role of venoms in nature ? and in human medicine.Why are toxins so advantageous to their possessors as to evolve over and over again? What is it about watery environments that favors so many venomous creatures? Marine biologist Paul Erickson explores these and other questions with astounding images from Andrew Martinez and other top underwater photographers.GREAT for teaching STEM Marine Biology.