Praise for A Hen For Izzy Pippik

“This is a book to savor and reread …”

Booklist, February 2012

 

 

 

 

Praise for Bagels from Benny

“The book is a little masterpiece”

Teacher Magazine, Oct. 2003

Praise for Aubrey’s Storytelling

“Aubrey was absolutely magical, enchanting, and captivating. In fact, one of our Rabbis stated that he was the best storyteller that he has ever heard!”

Rachel Kamin, Director, Temple Israel Libraries & Media Center, West Bloomfield MI

 

“Aubrey Davis defies superlatives. His repertoire is amazing and his ability to hold the audience’s attention is legendary. He can tell stories to preschoolers and elementary school students as well as their parents….He is very creative and chooses his stories to match the audience in front of him. The adults (teachers, parents, older students) were as mesmerized as were the children. “

Penny Fransblow, Head: Norman Berman Children’s Library, Montreal, April 2012

Sody Salleratus

“This year’s Aubrey Davis adaptation is by far the finest…This Sody begs to be read over and over until its young audience can take up the performance on their own.”

Quill & Quire, Aug, 1996

 

Aubrey Davis, illustrated by Alan and Lea Daniel.  Toronto: Kids Can Press, 1996.

A simple trip to the store for a box of sody salleratus (baking soda) turns into a disappearing act for a boy, girl, old man and old woman.  A little squirrel skippity skips down the road to find them. The simple plot, filled with lots of repetition and fun-to-repeat sounds, is perfect for reading aloud. Exuberant illustrations leap off the page, adding hilarious details that enhance this lively retelling of the traditional tale.

 

“Aubrey Davis’ story is finely written and humourous, but the combined illustration efforts of Alan and Lea Daniel boost this amusing tale into the realm of an instant classic.”

Canadian Book Review Annual, 1997.

 

1997

Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Award, shortlist

1996

Governor General’s Literary Award, shortlist, Children’s Literature, Illustration category, Canada Council for the Arts

1996

Mr. Christie’s Book Award, shortlist, 7 years and under category