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The lost picnic a seek and find book by B. B. Cronin

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Published by Viking in New York, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Grandfathers,
  • Lost articles,
  • Picnics,
  • Picture puzzles

Book details:

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Grandad is taking his grandchildren on a picnic in his jalopy. They ride on a busy highway full of cars and signs, past charming villages and topiary-filled parks, out into the country. But when they finally arrive at the picnic spot, they discover all their food has tumbled out of the car along the way! It"s up to readers to find the missing food so the family can enjoy their meal at last.

Edition Notes

K12 Childrens Plus, Inc.

Statementby B. B. Cronin
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26932580M
ISBN 101101999225
ISBN 109781101999226

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Praise. Praise for The Lost Picnic: “Mesmerizing details and eye-popping colors.”—Publishers Weekly Raves for The Lost House: “An eye-popping take on I Spy.”—O, the Oprah Magazine “This dazzling and delightful ‘seek and find’ book harkens to Maira Kalman’s Max series with its whimsical drawings and unpredictable color combinations. Praise for The Lost Picnic: "Mesmerizing details and eye-popping colors."—Publishers Weekly Raves for The Lost House: “An eye-popping take on I Spy.”—O, the Oprah Magazine “This dazzling and delightful ‘seek and find’ book harkens to Maira Kalman’s Max series with its whimsical drawings and unpredictable color combinations/5(22). Picnic at Hanging Rock is an Australian historical fiction novel by Joan in , it is about a group of female students at an Australian girls' boarding school who vanish at Hanging Rock while on a Valentine's Day picnic, and the effects the disappearances have on the school and local community. The novel was first published in in Australia by Cheshire Publishing and was Author: Joan Lindsay. The Lost Picnic book. A brilliantly illustrated seek-and-find that dazzles even more than The Lost House, from the award-winning B. B. Cronin! Grandad is taking his grandchildren on a picnic in his jalopy. They ride on a busy highway full of cars and signs, past charming villages and topiary-filled parks, out into the country. But when they finally arrive at the picnic spot, they discover all /5(2).

"Beautiful day!" "Not a cloud in the sky!" "A-picnicking we go!" When Picnic was first published in , readers fell in love with Emily Arnold McCully's lush watercolors and charming story about a little mouse who is reunited with her family. Now the Caldecott artist has added words and painted bigger illustrations in her signature whimsical style to accommodate a larger-sized read-aloud book/5(9).   Praise for The Lost Picnic: "Mesmerizing details and eye-popping colors."—Publishers Weekly Raves for The Lost House: “An eye-popping take on I Spy.”—O, the Oprah Magazine “This dazzling and delightful ‘seek and find’ book harkens to Maira Kalman’s Max series with its whimsical drawings and unpredictable color : Penguin Young Readers Group. Like the previous B. B. Cronin books in the “Lost” series, this book is equally beautiful and is narrated in a similar fashion. The scenes are intricate and require patience that an older child or adult can handle/5. With a trove of wonders to discover on every page, this seek and find book will enchant young and old alike as they search for Grandad’s lost objects. Oversized dimensions, a textured paper-over-board die-cut cover, eye-popping color, and elaborately complex spreads on every page make this book a collector's item and a must-have/5(82).

  Praise for The Lost Picnic: "Mesmerizing details and eye-popping colors."—Publishers Weekly Raves for The Lost House: “An eye-popping take on I Spy.”—O, the Oprah Magazine “This dazzling and delightful ‘seek and find’ book harkens to Maira Kalman’s Max series with its whimsical drawings and unpredictable color combinations. Books shelved as picnic: Good News, Bad News by Jeff Mack, One Hundred Hungry Ants by Elinor J. Pinczes, Max and Marla Are Having a Picnic by Alexandra B. If you've read the book 'Picnic at Hanging Rock' then you nee Lindsay had originally had this chapter in her novel but was urged by her publishers to take it out of the novel for various reasons. Years later this chapter was released to the general public & from everyone I've /5. Seek-and-find books are reading fun for the whole family and B.B. Cronin's The Lost Picnic is a stunning standout. In the book, Grandad is taking his grandchildren on a picnic. He's tied a picnic basket to the top of his car, but when they arrive at the picnic spot, they find that all the food has fallen out along the way.