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This is the Sun
By (author): Elizabeth Everett Illustrated by: Evelline Andrya
Elizabeth Everett ,

Illustrated by :

Evelline Andrya

Imprint:

Science, Naturally!

ISBN:

9781938492822

Product Form:

Paperback

Form detail:

Trade
Paperback , Trade
English

Audience:

Juvenile: Age (years) 4 - 7, Grade (US) P - 2
Nov 01, 2022
$16.95 CAD
Active

Dimensions:

7.79in x 10.08 x 0.14 in | 0.3 lb

Page Count:

32 pages
Science, Naturally!
JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Biology
  • Short Description
This is the Sun that makes the world go round! From the tiniest animal to the tallest tree, everything on Earth is connected through the circle of life. But at the center of it all is a different kind of circle—the Sun! Through a charming story with rhythmic repetition, young children are introduced to the bright Sun that provides energy for all life on Earth.
This is the Sun that makes the world go round! From the tiniest animal to the tallest tree, everything on Earth is connected through the circle of life. But at the center of it all is a different kind of circle—the Sun! Through a charming story with rhythmic repetition, young children are introduced to the bright Sun that provides energy for all life on Earth.

Elizabeth Everett spent 16 years as a classroom teacher before venturing into writing. Inspired by her energetic youngster and his love for books, she took her background in education and meshed it with his childhood interests. The result was edu-tainment in the form of children's books! Elizabeth holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education and a master's degree in curriculum and instruction. She currently lives in Colorado with her family where they love spending time outdoors in the Colorado sun. Evelline Andrya was born in Sumatra, Indonesia in 1984. She grew up with mixed cultures, Chinese and Javanese. Her passion in illustration started at a very young age. She was influenced by vintage greeting cards that she found in her grandma’s drawer, comic books, vintage picture books, and animated movies. She graduated from an academy of art and design in 2006, and got her first illustration job at CosmoGirl! Indonesia Magazine in 2007. Evelline started her freelance illustration career in 2010, focusing on children’s books. Her illustration style is a mix of traditional medium and digital collage.

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