Award-winning authors Miriam Kronish and Jeryl Abelmann once again bring their character Quickly, the Magic Spatula, to life. S is for Safari takes Quickly and his friends on an alphabetical adventure to South Africa. You’re invited to join them as they romp through the alphabet from Antelope to Zebra. Readers will delight in the dazzling illustrations and poetic prose of Quickly’s latest adventure.
Lifelong educators Miriam Kronish and Jeryl Abelmann are also the authors of: Focus on Fine Arts: ELEMENTARY, published by the National Education Association; Quickly, The Magic Spatula; and Quickly’s Magical Pancake Adventure. The Quickly Collection celebrates the love of family, friendship, treasured memories—and pancakes!
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.20(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Miriam Kronish is a retired principal from the public schools of Needham, Mass. She has also taught at Lesley University and Cambridge College in Massachusetts. Her interests include music, educational pursuits, cooking, theater, reading, and especially writing. A National Distinguished Principal, an Honored Principal in the state of Massachusetts, and a past president of the Needham Rotary Club, Miriam is currently involved in the Academy for Lifelong Learning of Cape Cod, Inc. She and her husband live in Cape Cod.
Illustrator Daniel J. Seward worked as a graphic artist in Silicon Valley and taught digital illustration, 2D animation, and graphic design at Butte College in Oroville, California. He is also the founder of VOICE magazine. Daniel enjoys illustrating children's books and helping clients meet their technical goals. He is married and lives in northern Idaho.
What People are Saying About This
"What an enchanting way for children to be introduced to the animals of South Africa! As soon as Quickly fans open the book they will be enticed to go along on this rhyme-filled alphabet safari."
"A happy kitchen spatula wearing tennis shoeswhat a fun character! And what fresh alphabetic discoveries readers can make with Quickly and friends on their adventure in the South African bush, learning about creatures like the 'I for impala' that bound all around without making a sound. The rhymes engage, the illustrations charmeven the safari jeep is smiling, mirroring my pleasure in this fine children's book."