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Postcards Talk

by (author) Linda Granfield

illustrated by Mark Thurman

Publisher
Pembroke Publishers Limited
Initial publish date
Jan 1997
Category
Professional Development
  • Hardback

    ISBN
    9781551380322
    Publish Date
    Jan 1997
    List Price
    $16.95
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781551380339
    Publish Date
    Jan 1997
    List Price
    $5.95

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 5 to 11
  • Grade: k to 6

Description

The fascinating history of postcards and creative how-tos for using old postcards and making new ones. Full of interesting trivia. Kids learn how to make their own postcards, folding postcards, and postcard albums, as well as how to create codes, send secret messages, and use unusual visual techniques. Ideal for highly motivated students as well as those who will be thrilled by a "short" assignment. Once bitten by the "postcard bug," kids will find, make, and use postcards everywhere! Includes full-colour illustrations by Mark Thurman.

About the authors

Linda Granfield has won many awards for her non-fiction/history titles for young readers and adults including the Vicky Metcalf Award for a Body of Work. Her books include In Flanders Fields: The Story of the Poem by John McCrae, Pier 21: Gateway of Hope, Canada Votes and America Votes. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Linda Granfield's profile page

Mark Thurman is best known as a children's author/illustrator. He has written and illustrated 16 books and designed and illustrated more than 25 books for other authors. Mark has toured Canada extensively, sharing his stories and ideas in hundreds of schools. Mark, along with his co-author for Get Graphic, Emily Hearn, collaborated on "The Mighty Mites" comic strip series that appeared in Owl Magazine for more than a dozen years. Mark lives in Toronto.

 

Mark Thurman's profile page

Other titles by Linda Granfield

Other titles by Mark Thurman