The Rainbow Bridge
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Rainbow Bridge by Audrey Wood
Book DescriptionHutash the earth goddess creates a rainbow bridge--and saves her people from drowning by turning them into dolphins.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780152021061
(305mm x 230mm x 3mm)
Imprint: Harcourt Brace International
Publisher: Harcourt Brace International
Publish Date: 1-May-2000
Country of Publication: United States
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Napping House Board Book, Hardback (September 2015)
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King Bidgood's in the Bathtub, Paperback (November 2010)
Tells a story, in which the king refuses to leave his bathtub and rule the kingdom. One by one, the Knight, the Queen, the Duke, and eventually all the members of the King's Court attempt - and fail - to persuade King Bidgood to leave his sumptuous bath.
Piggy Pie Po, Hardback (November 2010)» View all books by Audrey Wood
Who is Piggy Pie Po? Just the smartest (maybe), messiest (probably), silliest (definitely) piggy you'll ever meet. In these three small and playful stories, he's sure to become every child's most unforgettable new friend.
US Kirkus Review » In appropriately poeticized language, Wood (The Tickleoctopus, 1994, etc.) relates some of the captivating legends of the Chumash Indians - how they were created on the island of Limuw, 40 miles off the coast of Santa Barbara, by Hutash, the earth goddess; how they got fire; and how, having grown too numerous and noisy, some were transplanted onto the mainland over a rainbow bridge. Those who fell while crossing the bridge became dolphins. Florczak displays his virtuosity in the oil illustrations; the closest analogy to his technique would be found in the Pre-Raphaelites. The grandeur of the compositions - the goddess in majestic poses, with her drapery flying about her, the play of light on water and in the sky, the scenes of innocence and beauty in this newly formed world - contributes to an impressive piece of work. (Kirkus Reviews)
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