Animals Everywhere

Animals Everywhere

By: Edgar Parin d'Aulaire, Ingri d'Aulaire
Published by: Doubleday & Company, Inc
Publication Date: 1940

View on Amazon
Description

The first picture book for youngest children by the author-artists of Abraham Lincoln, award the Caldecott Medal for 1939, and of Ola, George Washington, Ola and Blakken, and other established favorites for the picture-story book age.

In this book is unfolded the panorama of animal life from the tropics to the frigid North. It was made for the artists' little son, Per Ola. On one side crayon lithographs in rich color show the animals in their native settings, and on the other side the same animals appear with their backs turned. The calls and sounds of the animals are given in a simple text.

From the book
Reprints

D'Aulaires' Book of Animals Reprint

D'Aulaires' Book of Animals
Reprinted in 2007 by New York Review
Available formats: Hardcover
List: New York Review Children's Collection
View on Amazon

Here more than fifty animals lithographed in full color form one side of a book that can be read page by page or unfolded to form a continuous panorama; the flipside of the panorama reveals the nighttime world of the animals in the very same settings.

From the book


Want more? Paid membership includes:
  • Time period, genre, location, reading level, full descriptions, content considerations, reprint information, and more
  • Search across our entire database of books
  • Lists of books by author and illustrator
  • Keep track of which books you already own from our database
  • Create a wish list of books you're searching for
  • Create your own custom lists of books from our database
Enter your email to receive our monthly newsletter, The Alexandrian Scribe

We will use your email in accordance with our privacy policy.