Two Little Boys from Toolittle Toys PDF ePub eBook

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Two Little Boys from Toolittle Toys free pdf The two little Toolittle brothers, Rudy and Ridley, are charged with a very important job at their family's toy company: They must play with every single toy and make sure the magical toys also play with them. Then one day, Rudy decides he has gotten too big for fun and games- he must take toy-testing "seriously," and little brother Ridley is left all alone. But when the toys stop working, Rudy discovers that it takes not one but "two "little Toolittles to play just right. Kirsch's detailed line work and technicolor paintings render in glorious detail a host of toy creations that will fascinate children, while parents and teachers will embrace an imaginative story about the bonds of brotherhood, the joys of childhood, and the importance of play. In a world where children are quick to grow up, here is an imaginative story about the bonds of brotherhood, the joys of childhood, and the importance of play."

About Vincent X Kirsch

VINCENT X. KIRSCH is an illustrator, designer, toymaker, and writer. He studied advertising design and scenic design at Syracuse University. His work includes designing and illustrating book jackets, illustration for the "New York Times Book Review "and its Op-Ed pages, the "Washington Post," and the "Los Angeles Times." Kirsch was also a window designer at Bergdorf Goodman on Fifth Avenue, and worked up to art directing both the windows and the interior of the store. "Natalie

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Author : Vincent X Kirsch
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Data Published : 03 August 2010
ISBN : 1599904284
EAN : 9781599904283
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 40 pages
Age + : 5-9 years
Language : English
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    . The two little Toolittle brothers, Rudy and Ridley, are charged with a very important job at their family's toy company: They must play with every single toy and make sure the magical toys also play