Silly Lilly In What Will I Be Today?: Toon Level 1 by Agnes RosenstiehlSilly Lilly In What Will I Be Today?: Toon Level 1 by Agnes Rosenstiehl

Silly Lilly In What Will I Be Today?: Toon Level 1

byAgnes RosenstiehlIllustratorAgnes Rosenstiehl

Hardcover | March 4, 2011

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No job is too tough for Silly Lilly: first she's a cook who paints, then an acrobat who tumbles, then a city planner... Agnes Rosenstiehl's spunky heroine, one of France's most beloved children's book characters, takes on a new role every day of the week.
Agnes Rosenstiehl was born in Paris, France in 1941 into a family of artists. She studied French literature at the Sorbonne and Composition at the Conservatoire National and went on from there to become one of France's most esteemed children's book authors. Among her many works are Mon Larousse, a dictionary for youngest readers; Le Li...
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Title:Silly Lilly In What Will I Be Today?: Toon Level 1Format:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 6.25 × 9.25 × 0.37 inPublished:March 4, 2011Publisher:TOON BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:193517908X

ISBN - 13:9781935179085

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 8

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from What Will I Be? Reason for Reading: I was fortunate enough to sample the very first Toon Books and now can't help myself checking out every new one as it's published. Rosenstiehl's Silly Lilly is a delightful little girl, vibrant, joyful and intelligent. She's always on the go and has a wonderful imagination. Lilly knows the days of the week and every day this week she is going to have a different job. The jobs range from the practical city planner to the creative cook and the plain silly vampire. But she has them all planned out perfectly with an extra special job for Sundays. Rosenstiehl's illustrations are minimalist but every item in the picture has a purpose. Keep your eyes on teddy's expression during then musician sequence and on her apron as she is a cook. These details make the story twice as expressive than the text alone is able to do. The author bio lets us know that Silly Lilly has been around for years in France having all sorts of exploits in French children's picture books, hopefully someday we will get to know her better with English translations of these older works.
Date published: 2011-03-06