From late summer to Thanksgiving, pumpkins are everywhere, a symbol of fall and a reminder of the holidays to come. In this handsome book, Ken Robbins—widely known for his sumptuous photo-essays on subjects ranging from trucks to tools to autumn leaves—portrays the pumpkin from seed, to sprout, to flower, to fully fledged fruit, and back again. Instructions are given to (safely) carve a jack-o'-lantern.
|Publisher:||Roaring Brook Press|
|File size:||21 MB|
|Note:||This product may take a few minutes to download.|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Ken Robbins has written and illustrated over twenty books for children. In addition to children's books, his photographs have appeared on book jackets, album covers, and in magazines. His stunning tinted photographs are also widely collected. Ken Robbins lives on Long Island, NY.
Ken Robbins is an author and photographer of many children’s books. Of his Pumpkins, School Library Journal wrote: “The color photos equal any painting for artistry of composition and sensitivity.” Ken Robbins lives on Long Island, NY.