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Schwartz, Amy: A Glorious Day.

Schwartz, Amy A GLORIOUS DAY. Il. by author. ISBN 0-689-8402-1. New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2004. 36 pp. $16.95. Young Henry tallies his numerous blessings throughout his full day. He appreciates the simple joys of friends, loving adults, good food, and adventurous pets. Amy Schwartz pens and illustrates an uncomplicated, appealing view of Henry's exciting life as he rises in the morning and explores his urban neighborhood. From early morning shopping, to playing trains with his loving mother, to eating delicious food, to striding off to the playground with a surplus of adult and young friends, Henry's day is truly glorious! The young reader should explore Schwartz's illustrations carefully for exciting details. Ages 2-5. Reviewed by Jerry Worley, The University of Southern Mississippi
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Author:Worley, Jerry
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Date:Jan 1, 2005
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