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Starlight Sailor (Fun First Steps)

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I wish I may, I wish I might, Have the wish I wish tonight. Award-winning artist Jackie Morris's dream-like illustrations provide an enchanting interperation of this well-known lyrical poem.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published November 1st 2009 by Barefoot Books
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Robert Beveridge
May 08, 2014 Robert Beveridge rated it really liked it
James Mayhew, Starlight Sailor (Barefoot Books, 2009)

Full disclosure: since I wrote this review, and in part because of our reactions to Starlight Sailor and I Took the Moon for a Walk, my wife and mother-in-law have become Barefoot Books distributors.

Gentle fantasy book with lovely rhythm and rhyme. The illustrations may take a touch of getting used to, but they're distinctive and fun, and the story is wonderful for imaginative pre-litters (and aren't they all imaginative at that age?). This is
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Kaye
Sep 29, 2014 Kaye rated it it was amazing
This is a childrens' book illustrated by Jackie Morris. I love her work. It's a wonderful story with illustrations that are magical and inspiring. I enjoyed reading on Jackie's blog about her process to illustrate the boat in this book. http://www.jackiemorris.co.uk/blog/bo...

I used to make those kinds of paper boats in church using church bulletins.

Melissa
Jan 06, 2016 Melissa rated it it was amazing
A perfect addition for every nursery's library! A sweet, dreamy, rhyming tale that follows a young boy after he wishes on evening's first star. The beautiful watercolor illustrations perfectly capture the feeling of this lovely book.
Elaine
Aug 24, 2012 Elaine rated it it was amazing
A beautiful classic theme. The water colored pictures and overall illustrations are stunning. The story content ebbs and flows beautifully introducing with a familiar poem. I wished that the book was a little bigger because the pre-school audience enjoyed finding the different characters in each page during storytime. This book works great for bedtime and/or story hour.
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Born in Stamford, Lincolnshire in1964, James Mayhew grew up in the Dickensian village of Blundeston in Suffolk. After completing a Foundation Course at Lowestoft College, he studied illustration at Maidstone College of Art, graduating in 1987 with First Class honours. His first book for children was Katie's Pictures Show, (Orchard Books 1989) establishing the long running series about a child's ad ...more
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