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by Alvin R. Tresselt,Yaroslava
Author Alvin Tresselt was born in New Jersey and was a pioneering children's book author and graphic designer. The illustrator of The Mitten, Yaroslava, aka Yaroslava Surmach-Mills, is very well known in the Ukrainian community for her artistic greeting cards, especially Christmas cards.
Author Alvin Tresselt was born in New Jersey and was a pioneering children's book author and graphic designer. Creator of the "mood" picture book, which relied on setting and description rather than on plot and character, many of his books were popular with teachers wishing to teach about the environment. Her varied work included glass paintings, book illustrations, and stained glass window designs.
Alvin Tresselt's delightful folk story should not be missed by children. This original version tells story the best where this version keeps my 1st graders interested. This Christmas I gave it to his daughter and was pleased to see my son's pleasure at the gift. The various animals that take refuge in the mitten give a reader the opportunity to exercise many different voices from the squeak of the mouse to the bass of the bear. Then the ironic twist at the end of the story brings a joyous start.
The Mitten written by Alvin Tresselt and illustrated by Yaroslava is a 40 pages Ukrainian folktale picture book about a young boy who went to the . c) 1964 Retold by Alvin R. Tresselt. Adapted from the version by E. Rachov. Illustrated by Yaroslava.
The Mitten written by Alvin Tresselt and illustrated by Yaroslava is a 40 pages Ukrainian folktale picture book about a young boy who went to the woods on the coldest day to help his grandma to gather firewoods. When he was done collecting firewoods, he walks back to his grandma’s house and on his way one of his mittens dropped out from his coat pocket. A mouse was walking by sees the mitten and walk inside to keep herself warm. Apr 17, 2018 Tess Upchurch rated it it was amazing.
Alvin Tresselt (September 30, 1916, Passaic, New Jersey – July 24, 2000) was an American children's book author and graphic designer. His book White Snow, Bright Snow (illustrated by Roger Duvoisin) won the Caldecott Medal. One of his most popular books was his retelling of the Ukrainian folktale The Mitten, illustrated by Yaroslava Mills. Tresselt grew up in Passaic and graduated from Passaic High School in 1934. Rain Drop Splash (1946) – illustrated by Leonard Weisgard, Caldecott Award, Honor.
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An Old Ukrainian Folktale. By Yaroslava, Alvin Tresselt. Deep in the woods on the coldest day of winter a little boy drops his mitten. And that lost mitten stretches and stretches - and stretches - to provide shelter for many woodland creatures. A Ukrainian folk tale
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Tresselt, Alvin, 1916-2000; Yaroslava, 1925-; Rachëv, E. (Evgenii). A retelling of a traditional tale of how a boy's lost mitten becomes a refuge from the cold for an increasing number of animals. no page number in the book.
Alvin R. Tresselt, 83, Author; Wrote About Nature for Children
Alvin R. Tresselt, 83, Author; Wrote About Nature for Children. The work won the American Library Association's Caldecott Medal for excellence in children's book illustration in 1948.
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