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by Stephanie Anderson,George Ella Lyon

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  • ISBN 0689851693
  • ISBN13 978-0689851698
  • Language English
  • Author Stephanie Anderson,George Ella Lyon
  • Publisher Atheneum/Richard Jackson Books (March 1, 2004)
  • Pages 40
  • Formats doc mbr txt lrf
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Arts Music and Photography
  • Size ePub 1723 kb
  • Size Fb2 1776 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 297

How do you make a rainbow? If you are a weaver you can make a rainbow with wool. If you are a sheep you can BE a rainbow. Here's how.

Kindergarten-Grade 3-In this satisfying picture book, a young woman raises sheep, shears them, cards and spins the wool, dyes the yarn, and weaves it at a loom.

Kindergarten-Grade 3-In this satisfying picture book, a young woman raises sheep, shears them, cards and spins the wool, dyes the yarn, and weaves it at a loom. She is an artist who takes pleasure from and applies patience to each phase of her work. Lyon's writing is lyrical, and the gentle pacing is calming. Terms like "yearling," "skein," "warp," "weft," "shuttle," and "treadles" are understandable in context and bring richness to the text

George Ella Lyon (born April 25, 1949) is an American author from Kentucky, who has published in many genres, including picture books, poetry, juvenile novels, and articles.

George Ella Lyon (born April 25, 1949) is an American author from Kentucky, who has published in many genres, including picture books, poetry, juvenile novels, and articles. George Ella Lyon was born in Harlan, a coal mining town in southeastern Kentucky. Her books frequently take place in Appalachia. She married Stephen c. Lyon, a musician, in 1972, and had two children with him. She earned a . at Centre College in Kentucky in 1971, her . at the University of Arkansas in 1972, and her P.

Illustrated by Stephanie Anderson. Stephanie Anderson lives in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Publisher: Atheneum/Richard Jackson Books (March 1, 2004). ISBN13: 9780689851698.

Stephanie Anderson lives in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Welcome to Our AbeBooks Store for books. I always strive to achieve best customer satisfaction and have always described book accurately

Weaving the Rainbow book. George Ella Lyon is a Kentucky author who has published in many genres, including picture books, poetry, juvenile novels, and articles. Books by George Ella Lyon.

Weaving the Rainbow book. Mor. rivia About Weaving the Rainbow.

Lesson Plan on Weaving the Rainbow Guide students to cluster around demonstration of spinning and weaving

Lesson Plan on Weaving the Rainbow Guide students to cluster around demonstration of spinning and weaving. PREPARE: Introduce the book Weaving the Rainbow and highlight the title, author, and illustrator.

How do you make a rainbow?

How do you make a rainbow? If you are a weaver you can make a rainbow with wool. If you are a sheep you can BE a rainbow.

George Ella Lyon (born April 25, 1949) is an American author from Kentucky, who has published in many genres . Book, illustrated by Peter Catalanotto, 1999. Weaving the Rainbow, illustrated by Stephanie Anderson, 2004.

George Ella Lyon (born April 25, 1949) is an American author from Kentucky, who has published in many genres, including picture books, poetry, juvenil. When You Get Little and I Get Big, illustrated by Peter Catalanotto, 2006. No Dessert Forever!, 2006.

Weaving the Rainbow by George Ella Lyon, illustrated by Stephanie Anderson (Mar. 2004), Grades K–3 How do sheep become rainbows? Find out in this story, which depicts an artist raising sheep and all the steps it takes for their wool to turn into a colorful picture. Wild Rose’s Weaving by Ginger M. Churchill, illustrated by Nicole Wong (Oct. 2011), Grades Pre-K–2 Her grandmother wants to teach Rose how to weave, but Rose would rather play outside in the storm. The Pen that Pa Built by David.

Talk about Weaving the Rainbow


Zehaffy
I teach children on a farm and this is an excellent book with gorgeous illustrations that I use with slightly older children....grades 2-6, and they love it! Takes the reader from shearing the sheep, dyeing the wool, spinning it into yarn and weaving rainbows of colored woolen items.
Gavirgas
Beautiful book. There isn't really a story-line here but my 4yr old boy still loves this book because the illustrations are so mesmerizing and it's like a poem. New words for him and introducing new concepts of art.
Forey
wonderful book arrived as expected and the story is perfect for the program I do at the local museum about sheep and wool, the pictures are beautiful
Agalen
Nice book, lovely illustrations. In our increasingly urban world, it is good to remember where food and other products come from. This book traces the finished woolen tapestry back to the sheep grazing in the pasture. Our daughter loves this book and is now interested in learning to weave.
Rrinel
My 3.5y son loves this book.
Gralmeena
OMG! This is the cutest story and if you like gorgeous illustrations you will adore this book. I got this for my step mom to read to my daughter's. She is a knitter and this book is an adorable story with the most luminous watercolors in it.
Gholbirius
Such a wonderful book to read together.
I absolutely LOVE this book. Our grandma bought it for us when we were kids and I just HAD to buy it again now that I'm older.