Dusk by Uri Shulevitz

Dusk by Uri Shulevitz

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One December afternoon, boy with dog and grandfather with beard take a walk to watch the sun begin to set over the river. When the sun drops low in the sky, they start home. Buildings grow dimmer. People are rushing. As nature's lights go out, one by one, city's lights turn on, revealing brilliant Hanukkah, Kwanza, and Christmas displays in streets, homes, and stores. A stunning picture book that's sure to be a winter holiday classic.

Hardcover, 32 pages, ages 4-8.

Born in Warsaw, Poland, Uri Shulevitz has lived in Paris and Israel, and now resides in Manhattan. From the age of three, Shulevitz loved drawing, and expanded his skills by studying painting at the Brooklyn Museum Art School. He found employment as an illustrator for a Hebrew children’s book publisher before venturing out on his own. He has won numerous awards including 1969 Caldecott Medal.

Included in the exhibition Cultural Traditions: A Holiday Celebration on view November 17, 2018 through February 10, 2019 at Norman Rockwell Museum.

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One December afternoon, boy with dog and grandfather with beard take a walk to watch the sun begin to set over the river. When the sun drops low in the sky, they start home. Buildings grow dimmer. People are rushing. As nature's lights go out, one by one, city's lights turn on, revealing brilliant Hanukkah, Kwanza, and Christmas displays in streets, homes, and stores. A stunning picture book that's sure to be a winter holiday classic.

Hardcover, 32 pages, ages 4-8.

Born in Warsaw, Poland, Uri Shulevitz has lived in Paris and Israel, and now resides in Manhattan. From the age of three, Shulevitz loved drawing, and expanded his skills by studying painting at the Brooklyn Museum Art School. He found employment as an illustrator for a Hebrew children’s book publisher before venturing out on his own. He has won numerous awards including 1969 Caldecott Medal.

Included in the exhibition Cultural Traditions: A Holiday Celebration on view November 17, 2018 through February 10, 2019 at Norman Rockwell Museum.

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