In Maggie Smith's Disasterology the poems lie down and make angels in the fallout as" a tide of fire drags everything away. " Whip smart and darkly funny, Smith chronicles how disaster proves itself time after time, film after film, yet another doom after doomsday. ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices.
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Maggie Smiths most popular book is Pigs in Pajamas. MAGGIE SMITH's acclaimed books include One Naked Baby; Dear Daisy, Get Well Soon; Desser the Best Ever Cat; and Christmas with the Mousekins. To read more about her work, visit maggiebooks. com. One of her first jobs was sewing puppets for Jim Henson. She now devotes most of her time to creating picture books for young readers and was thrilled to be able to include all of her loves in this book.
Some of Maggie Smiths acclaimed books include One Naked Baby; Paisley; Dear Daisy, Get Well Soon; and Desser the Best Ever Cat. She lives in Seattle. written and illustrated by Maggie Smith, Knopf, 2001. Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year list, 2001 PW starred review ABA Pick of the Lists, Bookselling this Week 2002 Best Children's Books of the Year, Bank Street College of Education.
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Most of my books have lots of details to engage the curious minds of little ones and so that with repeat readings they can always find something new this is the kind of book I loved as a child. My favorites were by Richard Scarry, Arnold Lobel, Cindy Szekeres, and Maurice Sendak especially his early tiny pen& ink drawings for books written by Ruth Kraus.