» » Jamaica Louise James
Download Jamaica Louise James epub book
ISBN:0763602841
Author: Sheila White Samton,Amy Hest
ISBN13: 978-0763602840
Title: Jamaica Louise James
Format: mbr docx rtf txt
ePUB size: 1294 kb
FB2 size: 1856 kb
DJVU size: 1633 kb
Language: English
Category: Arts Music and Photography
Publisher: Candlewick; Reprint edition (September 1, 1997)
Pages: 32

Jamaica Louise James by Sheila White Samton,Amy Hest



Sheila White Samton also lives in New York City, half a block from Amy Hest. We didn't know each other before the book. But now we run into each other all the time. She says that "it is a challenge and a pleasure to illustrate a book about someone who draws. It requires envisioning not only the person and her life, but how her life and character are revealed in her drawings. Age Range: 5 - 8 years. Grade Level: Kindergarten - 3. Lexile Measure: 590L (What's this?)

By Amy Hest Illustrated by Sheila White Samton. By Amy Hest Illustrated by Sheila White Samton. Category: Children’s Picture Books. With pictures as spunky as Jamaica Louise James herself, Amy Hest’s inspiring tale reveals how important just one person-even someone aged eight-can be. Also by Amy Hest. See all books by Amy Hest. Amy Hest is a three-time winner of the Christopher Medal and winner of the BOSTON GLOBE-HORN BOOK Award. She lives in New York City. People Who Read Jamaica Louise James Also Read. Inspired by Your Browsing History

Sheila White Samton is an author as well as an illustrator. She has designed wall hangings and painted large murals, too. She enjoys painting because it lets her show character and feelings. Working on Jamaica Louise James was an interesting challenge for Sheila White Samton. She had to show readers both Jamaica in her own world and the world Jamaica chose to paint. When she was eight, Sheila White Samton's best friend moved away. She would chase away her lonely feelings by drawing or writing. Sheila White Samton learned to use New York's subway system when she was young

With pictures as spunky as Jamaica Louise James herself, Amy Hest's inspiring tale reveals how important just one person-even someone aged eight-can be. show more. Format Paperback 32 pages. Sheila White Samton also lives in New York City, half a block from Amy Hest.

Other authors: Sheila White Samton (Illustrator). Library descriptions.

Jamaica Louise James. by Amy Hest and Sheila White Samton. Book Guides/Lesson Plans (1). Customizable Lessons (1). Related Booklists. Text Complexity Results. To help put the right book in each reader's hands, consider the following comprehensive text complexity analyses within your instructional plans. Standards Model of Text Complexity. Text Complexity Toolkit. Quantitative Measures. Lexile Level: 590L ATOS® Reading Level: 3 Word Count: 716. Grade Band.

This is the story of Jamaica Louise James and the idea which results in her name being commemorated on a golden plaque in a New York subway station. Jamaica loves to paint, and she paints pictures of the people her Grammy, who works there, tells her about and pastes them up in the subway. This story is about a girl named Jamaica, who loved to draw. She felt the train station her grandma worked in was ugly and dull. She was trying to figure out how she can make this train station beautiful. Then one day she surprised her grandma and all the people who took the train in the morning

Jamaica Louise James. Written by Amy Hest Illustrated by Sheila White Samton. I recommend this book to people that like to draw and to people who like surprises. If you want to find out what Jamaica did to the train station then you should read this book.

Sheila White Samton’s most popular book is Jamaica Louise James. Amy Hest, Sheila White Samton (Illustrator). Beside The Bay by. Sheila White Samton.

Sheila White Samton illustrated classic picture book (books) in addition to several others. She is also an author and a muralist. Sheila White Samton illustrated classic picture book Jamaica Louise James in addition to several others. Join to read books by Sheila White Samton.

Down in the 86th Street subway station, a plaque bears the name "Jamaica Louise James, age 8." Who is Jamaica and what did she do? Sit back and enjoy because in this peppery story, Jamaica tells you all about it. With pictures as spunky as Jamaica Louise James herself, Amy Hest's inspiring tale reveals how important just one person—even someone aged eight—can be.
Reviews: 2
Kearanny
Great story!
Jieylau
Great Product!!!