Kevin Crossley-Holland has published several outstanding collections of myths, legends, and folktales, and is an award-winning poet and author of children's books.
Kevin Crossley-Holland has published several outstanding collections of myths, legends, and folktales, and is an award-winning poet and author of children's books. Alan Marks has illustrated books for many children's authors, including Kevin Crossley-Holland and Jane Goodall.
Storm is a novella and picture book written by Kevin Crossley-Holland, illustrated by Alan Marks, and published by Heinemann in 1985. It was the first children's book for Marks. The story features modern cottagers near a marshland with a renowned ghost. The younger daughter must cross the marsh alone in a family emergency, with telephone service down during a storm,.
Kevin Crossley-Holland is a well-known poet and prize-winning author for children. Crossley-Holland has translated Beowulf from the Anglo-Saxon, and his retellings of traditional tales include The Penguin Book of Norse Myths and British Folk Tales (reissued as The Magic Lands). His books include Waterslain Angels, a detective story set in north Norfolk in 1955, and Moored Man: A Cycle of North Norfolk Poems; Gatty's Tale, a medieval pilgrimage novel; and the Arthur trilogy (The Seeing Stone, At the Crossing-Places and King of the Middle March), which combines historical fiction with the Kevin Crossley-Holland is a well-known poet.
Kevin Crossley-Holland is a well-known poet, a prize-winning children's author, and a translator. Crossley-Holland has translated Beowulf and The Exeter Book of Riddles from the Anglo-Saxon
Kevin Crossley-Holland is a well-known poet, a prize-winning children's author, and a translator. Crossley-Holland has translated Beowulf and The Exeter Book of Riddles from the Anglo-Saxon. He has collaborated with composers Nicola Lefanu (The Green Children and The Wildman), Rupert Bawden (The Sailor's Tale), Sir Arthur Bliss, William Mathias, and Stephen Paulus. Crossley-Holland's book The Seeing Stone won the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, the Smarties Prize Bronze Medal, and the Tir na n-Og Award.
item 4 Storm (Yellow Bananas),Kevin Crossley-Holland -Storm (Yellow Bananas),Kevin Crossley-Holland. A title in the BANANA BOOK series, illustrated throughout in colour. On a wild, stormy night, Annie is offered a ride by a tall, silent horseman. item 5 Storm (Yellow Bananas)-Kevin Crossley-Holland -Storm (Yellow Bananas)-Kevin Crossley-Holland. She overcomes her fear of the ghost who is said to haunt the lonely roads and accepts the ride - but who is the mysterious stranger?
Kevin Crossley-Holland is a prize-winning writer for children, a well-known poet and author of a memoir of childhood, The Hidden Roads, praised by Rowan Williams as 'A lovely, poignant book, not wasting a word and evoking place in a deep wa. His ghost story Storm was awarded the Carnegie Medal while The Seeing Stone won the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, the Smarties Prize Bronze Medal, and the Tir na n-Og Award.
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Kevin Crossley-Holland. year's outstanding children's book by a British author. For the 70th anniversary of the Medal in 2007 it was named one of the top ten winning works, selected by a panel to compose the ballot for a public election of the all-time favourite. Kevin John William Crossley-Holland is an English translator, children's author and poet . lt;/p
Kevin Crossley-Holland, Alan Marks. A beautiful, gripping story, perfect for children learning to read. Winner of the Carnegie Medal. Every day Annie walks by the lonely marsh from her remote cottage to school. Only in winter, when the wind howls in the trees, is Annie ever afraid. Her sister Willa is pregnant and Annie is overjoyed when she comes home to have her baby. Annie tells Willa the names of local plants and Willa tells Annie about the ghost, murdered by highwaymen, who is said to haunt the old forge nearby.
Author: Kevin Crossley-Holland
Category: Books for children
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher: Egmont UK (September 1, 2001)
Pages: 48 pages
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