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Rebecca Rissman

  • 5 stars across 213 books
    Rebecca Rissman is an award-winning children's author and editor. Her writing has been praised by School Library Journal, Booklist, Creative Child Magazine, and Learning Magazine. She has written more than 200 books about history, culture, science, and art. She lives in Chicago, Illinois with her husband and two daughters. She enjoys yoga, reading, and cooking.

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    27th February 2007

    Simple Machines

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    1st October 2008

    Play

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    2nd July 2020

    Blue

    A beautiful story about sadness, depression and hope. Blue lives in the darkest depths of the forest. He has l... More

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    31st July 2014

    What Is a Family?

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    10th August 2012

    Counting at the Park

    Learn to count to 10 with this fun, interactive book! Each page features one or more numbers, and then asks the reader t... More

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    13th February 2014

    Going on a Trip: Comparing Past and Present

    Read Going on a Trip to learn how travel has changed over time! Photographs and clear text compare and contrast modern a... More

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    13th February 2014

    Washing and Cleaning: Comparing Past and Present

    Read Washing and Cleaning to learn how cleaning has changed over time! Photographs and clear text compare and contrast m... More

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    13th September 2011

    Orange

    Early Years Foundation stage books that introduce colours and their different shades by exploring features of the world ... More

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    13th February 2014

    Cooking and Eating: Comparing Past and Present

    Read Cooking and Eating to learn how food preparation has changed over time! Photographs and clear text compare and cont... More

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    13th February 2014

    Going to the Doctor: Comparing Past and Present

    Read Going to the Doctor to learn how medicine has changed over time! Photographs and clear text compare and contrast mo... More

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