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Ansel Adams: America's Photographer

by Beverly Gherman

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This is a beautiful book about the life and work of the photographer Ansel Adams. This book contains photograph's that Adams has taken and goes through his life and emphasizes the importance that the natural world had on Adams. This book promotes photography, art and following your dreams to anyone who reads this.
  CourtneyMaddy | Jun 21, 2011 |
Beverly Gherman's accurate research and smooth writing styled allowed Ansel Adams, the person, to shine through. This book goes beyond the standard facts and delves into the many aspects that encompassed this extraordinary man.
  elmartin | Mar 11, 2011 |
Ansel Adams photos are fabulous. This is they story of his life, starting as a baby and illustrated with his pictures.
  kkcrossley | Apr 26, 2010 |
I really like how Gherman used Ansel Adam's photographs to illustrate this book about the amazing photographer. This book is considered a children's book but can definitely be used by anyone at any age. I believe that this book can easily inspire a young child into becoming a photographer themselves.

This book can be used for all age levels. I think it would be particularly useful for children in older grades with access to a photography class. You can take cameras outside and have the children capture the beauty of the landscape where they live. ( )
  KellyBryan | Dec 6, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0316824453, Hardcover)

The renowned--and revered--photographer would have been 100 years old in 2002. To celebrate the life of Ansel Adams, this biography takes young readers through his rich life: from the earthquake that broke his nose to the valley that shaped his world, revealing the humorous, artistic, and thoughtful personality behind his legendary work.

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Ansel Adams led a rich life inspired by the miracles of nature. This biography takes us from the earthquake that broke his nose to the valley that shaped his world, revealing the humorous, artistic, and thoughtful personality behind his legendary work.… (more)

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