Rosemary Wells - WikipediaNoisy Nora is learning to play the violin, but her family isn't sure they can survive it! The lovable heroine of Noisy Nora returns in a new book that will charm parents and children alike. Nora is determined to play the violin, but her parents, siste From beloved author-illustrator Rosemary Wells comes a brand-new story about the inimitable brother and sister Max and Ruby. Max and Ruby are in for a big surprise Older sister Ruby tries to teach Max some simple words. When picky eater Felix finds himself in a pickle, his best friend, Fiona, gently helps him widen his culinary horizons.
Hungry Bunny Tales - Max and Ruby - Kids Books
I published my first book back in and I have many books and characters of whom I am immensely proud of; Max and Ruby leading the list. Max and Ruby are my own children, Victoria and Marguerite, born 40 years ago. When they were 5 years and 9 months old, Victoria decided to teach her sister how to talk, dress, and eat neatl y. The results were hilarious conversations and the convoluted opposite of following directions. Invisible upstairs, I listened with a keen ear and produced four Max and Ruby board books verbatim! Publishing has changed enormously over the years since I began with my first book back in the s.
Spooky Bunny Tales - Max and Ruby - Kids Books
Rosemary Wells born January 29, is an American writer and illustrator of children's books. Wells has also written Noisy Nora , Yoko , the Voyage to the Bunny Planet series, a Christmas book called Morris's Disappearing Bag and a collected book of illustrations of Rodgers and Hammerstein songs. She has also published Red Moon at Sharpsburg , a historical novel featuring a young girl in the American Civil War. A common theme in Rosemary Wells' stories is the use of animal characters rather than humans. In the children's journal Stone Soup, Wells has stated that she writes using animals because it allows her to address sophisticated, controversial topics in way children can understand and adults can accept. For example, Yoko tackles the thorny topics of racism. It is about a young Japanese kitten who is ostracized when she brings sushi in her school lunch.