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by Caroline Pitcher

  • ISBN: 1845070585
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Caroline Pitcher
  • Subcategory: Animals
  • Other formats: doc mobi txt lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Bks (August 31, 2004)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • FB2 size: 1894 kb
  • EPUB size: 1652 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 237
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Caroline Pitcher's first book for Frances Lincoln was The Snow Whale, chosen as one of Child Education's Best Books of 1996 . A young tiger cub asks his mother whom the Lord of the Forest is, and she replies enigmatically

Caroline Pitcher's first book for Frances Lincoln was The Snow Whale, chosen as one of Child Education's Best Books of 1996 and shortlisted for the 1997 Children's Book Award. She lives in Derby, . JACKIE MORRIS lives in Pembrokeshire, Wales, with children, dogs and cats. A best-selling author of more than 30 books for children, she was shortlisted for the Greenaway Award in 2016: the UK's biggest picture book prize. A young tiger cub asks his mother whom the Lord of the Forest is, and she replies enigmatically. I wouldn't call these drawing vibrant, but they are evocative.

Lord of the Forest book. Children will enjoy this book again and again with Caroline Pitcher's lyrical storytelling and Jackie Morris's superlative portrayal of the forest and its inhabitants in all their magnificence.

Everything in the forest is new and exciting for little Tiger - grass growing long after rain, snakes slithering, Monkey whooping to his tribe. But every time Tiger tells his mother what he hears, she says, "When you don't hear them, then, my son, be ready. The Lord of the Forest is here!" Tiger is puzzled, and can't help wondering: who can the Lord of the Forest be? Children will enjoy this book again and again with Caroline Pitcher's lyrical storytelling and Jackie Morris's superlative portrayal of the forest and its inhabitants in all their magnificence

Authors: Pitcher, Caroline. Caroline's first book with Jackie Morris for Frances Lincoln was The Snow Whale, chosen as one of Child Education's Best Books and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award

Authors: Pitcher, Caroline. Title: Lord of the Forest. We take pride in serving you. Binding: Hardcover. Caroline's first book with Jackie Morris for Frances Lincoln was The Snow Whale, chosen as one of Child Education's Best Books and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award. It was followed by The Time of the Lion, Mariana and the Merchild and Nico's Octopus, illustrated by Nilesh Mistry. Her latest book is The Winter Dragon, illustrated by Sophy Williams Jackie Morris is well known for her illustrations on Ted Hughes's How the Whale Became.

by Caroline Pitcher and Jackie Morris. Everything in the forest is new and exciting for little Tiger - grass growing long after rain, snakes slithering, Monkey whooping to his tribe.

Caroline Pitcher's first book for Frances Lincoln was The Snow Whale, chosen as one of Child Education's Best Books of 1996 and shortlisted for the 1997 Children's Book Award.

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Everything in the forest is new and exciting for little Tiger - grass growing long after rain, snakes slithering, Monkey whooping to his tribe. But every time Tiger tells his mother what he hears, she says, "When you don't hear them, then, my son, be ready. The Lord of the Forest is here!" Tiger is puzzled, and can't help wondering: who can the Lord of the Forest be? Children will enjoy this book again and again with Caroline Pitcher's lyrical storytelling and Jackie Morris's superlative portrayal of the forest and its inhabitants in all their magnificence.


Reviews about Lord of the Forest (6):
Lailace
As usual, Ms Morris delivers beautiful words along with her gorgeous illustrations. Her illustrations are lush creations brought to life by a truly gifted artist. If you have not purchased one of her books, do yourself and all the little ones in your life a favor, and start your collection NOW !
Kamick
Lord of the Forest is rapturously beautiful and a joy to read to my daughter. The story marches poetically towards its inevitable but delightful conclusion all set among some of the most inspired watercolors ever devoted to a children's book. The subject matter is crucial right now - there only some 4,000 tigers left in the wild and numbers are declining rapidly. Appreciation for wildlife, particularly this wildlife, is another gift from this wonderful book. Lord of the Forest belongs on every child's bookshelf.
Ballalune
When you're not sure whether you're looking at an art book or a children's book ... you're looking at a children's book illustrated by Jackie Morris. In this volume, the story is okay, but the compelling watercolor illustrations are memorable, even haunting.
Hadadel
"The Lord of the Forest" is one of several little books illustrated by Jackie Morris - and when I say little book, I *mean* little book. Each one is about the size of your hand, and each page filled from corner to corner with Morris's vibrant watercolours.

Some she has written herself (The Ice Bear) but this story was penned by Caroline Pitcher, concerning the lifespan of a together and his search for the Lord of the Forest.

Born in the depths of the jungle, the tiger's ears are filled with strange and mysterious noises, though his mother tells him: "When you don't hear the forest, when silence simmers in the trees, then, my son, be ready. The Lord of the Forest is here!"

As he grows up, the tiger listens carefully for the coming of the Lord of the Forest, wondering if it might be the peacock; the rhino; the elephant. It's only when he meets a tigress and has cubs of his own that he finds the answer.

It's a haunting little story, structured almost like a nursery rhyme, but Morris's illustrations are the real draw-card. With incandescent colours and anatomical accuracy, she manages to capture both the realism and magic of the jungle animals.
Fenrikasa
I was surprised this book didn't have a big conservation theme. I'm so used to that, especially when it comes to big cats, that seeing a picture book about the majesty of the cat, instead of their danger, was a bit of a shock. And kind of a pleasant one. While conservation is important, constantly throwing that at kids might be a bit overwhelming.

A young tiger cub asks his mother whom the Lord of the Forest is, and she replies enigmatically. He searches for the Lord all his life, until he has his own cubs, and learns the truth.

I wouldn't call these drawing vibrant, but they are evocative. Dark and detailed, and somehow regal. It fits in so well, for a story about the power of the cat.

If your child is obsessed with big cats, this is a good bet for purchase. Otherwise, check it out from your local library, to give it a try before purchase.
Bludworm
My classroom kids are always look at this one and reading and making new art.

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