Sam & Eva

  • Title: Sam & Eva
  • Author: Debbie Ridpath Ohi
  • ISBN: 9781481416283
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sam Eva Harold and the Purple Crayon meets Tom and Jerry in this sweet and funny picture book about a boy and girl who must balance their creativity and figure out how to cooperate after their drawings come t
    Harold and the Purple Crayon meets Tom and Jerry in this sweet and funny picture book about a boy and girl who must balance their creativity and figure out how to cooperate after their drawings come to life.When Sam starts drawing a super cool velociraptor, Eva decides to join in But Sam isn t too happy about the collaboration Soon Eva and Sam are locked in an epic creatHarold and the Purple Crayon meets Tom and Jerry in this sweet and funny picture book about a boy and girl who must balance their creativity and figure out how to cooperate after their drawings come to life.When Sam starts drawing a super cool velociraptor, Eva decides to join in But Sam isn t too happy about the collaboration Soon Eva and Sam are locked in an epic creative clash, bringing to life everything from superhero marmots to exploding confetti But when their masterpieces turn to mayhem will Sam stay stubbornly solo or will he realize that sometimes the best work comes from teamwork

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    About Debbie Ridpath Ohi


    1. Debbie Ridpath Ohi writes and illustrates books for young people She is the illustrator of I M BORED, a picture book written by Michael Ian Black Simon Schuster Books For Young Readers, Sept 2012 New York Times Notable Children s Book Of 2012 a Junior Library Guild Selection as well as NAKED , a picture book also by Michael Ian Black SS BFYR, 2014 NAKED was included in s Top 12 Books Of 2014 and in a 2014 Best Children s Books article in National Post Debbie s first solo book, WHERE ARE MY BOOKS , debuts from Simon Schuster Children s in May 2015.Debbie is also the illustrator of three Judy Blume classics FRECKLE JUICE, THE PAIN AND THE GREAT ONE, THE ONE IN THE MIDDLE IS THE GREEN KANGAROO reissued as chapter books by Atheneum 2014 as well as on the covers of seven middle grade reissues including ARE YOU THERE GOD IT S ME, MARGARET For info about how she became a Judy Blume illustrator as well as bonus material, see see her Illustrating Judy Blume page.Debbie tweets about reading, writing and illustrate kidlit YA at inkyelbows For about Debbie and her work, please visit DebbieOhi.


    413 Comments


    1. Two kids have drawing wars until the drawings get out of hand. They have to draw an escape route and change their drawings.

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    2. Super cute story about telling a story through drawing the pictures and learning how to work as a team.

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    3. Sam & Eva by Debbie Ridpath Ohi and published by Simon and Schuster Canada is a cute little story about letting your imagination run wild.Magical things can happen when you put pen (or crayon, marker, pastel, etc) to paper. When you collaborate with friends, even more magic is released into the world. Sam begins to draw what looks like a pony but is in fact a velociraptor. Eva joins in the fun and a story emerges. Unfortunately, that story gets somewhat out of hand. Thankfully, a door in the [...]

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    4. Sam is not pleased that Eva wants to join him in drawing. It does not take long for a clash to ensue with both Sam and Eva drawing pictures to outwit the other’s imaginative artwork. Debbie Ridpath Ohi’s vivid and lively illustrations will captivate readers. In fact, the illustrations literally POP off the page! I especially love how the Sam’s and Eva’s drawn characters on the wall express emotions as the story unfolds.When Eva decides that the story they created is not fun anymore, Sam [...]

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    5. This beaufully drawn book tells the story of Sam and Eva as they draw with each other however, both want different things. How will they decide what to draw?The illustrations in this book would have any child glued to the book and would keep them entertained for a while.It would be an excellent book to read to a classroom full of children, as they can help describe the pictures and gives leads to other activities. Googling what's a marmot!! as we don't have them in the UK. pptttss they are small [...]

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    6. This book is adorable! Sam and Eva are two friends who like to color and paint. One day Eva visits Sam and a picture war begins. Their wall drawings begin interacting until the mayhem is too much. Then, they draw a door in the wall, crawl through and begin on a clean white wall.This book is full of imagination. Our two main characters are both done in black and white, while every thing they paint or color is bright and bold. Their characters come to life, reacting to each other and their drawer' [...]

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    7. This clever picture book shows young readers how much fun collaboration and cooperation can be. Sam is enjoying himself drawing until Eva comes along and wants to draw with him. The stories that are shown through their art are competing and topping each other “dueling banjo” style. Each change in the story is for the better in a way that reminds me of Battle Bunny by Jon Scieszka, until it gets out of hand. Young readers will enjoy seeing if these two can work things out. The digital illustr [...]

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    8. When Eva visits Sam he is busily drawing a velociraptor. Eager to join in she suggests a collaboration. Sam has his own ideas, but so does Eva. As they draw their story progresses to a colourful clash. Soon the drawing seems to come to life and they both loose control over the plot. With quick thinking, and drawing, they find themselves a new blank canvas and work together. Fun and funny drawings fill the pages as the children use their imagination to control the plot. This would be a great way [...]

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    9. Sam and Eva was a fun story about two children who saw things in different ways and weren't quite sure how to make that work when together. Through art and various challenges posed by the artwork, Sam and Eva found a way to create together so that both could be happy. I can't wait to share Sam and Eva with my class. Debbie Ohi has exceptional artistic ability and I am happy to see more of her writing here as well.

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    10. Sam and Eva are drawing competing drawings on the walls. Then the drawings come to life.I liked it was fairly cute. But I don't like the drawing on the walls aspect for a picture book. I feel like there would have to be a lot of explaining that while it's okay in the book, it's not okay in real life.

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    11. Sam and Eva are artists. Sam likes to draw alone, Eva likes to paint with Sam. As they work side by side, their pictures tell a story of fighting and destruction. Finally, Eva paints a small escape hole for them in the wall, and Sam & Eva reappear in another room with clean undecorated walls. This time the tables are turned.

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    12. Oh, my, this book is absolutely adorable. And hilarious. I will definitely be purchasing for my collection. I think it would be really fun to do a collaborative art project with students after reading this book.

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    13. Sam and Eva draw side by side and create an incredible story about a marmot and velociraptor. When the story gets a little too wild they draw something completely different. Well. Enjoy Sam and Eva's adventures in this colorful book by Debbie Ridpath Ohi.

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    14. Artistic differences escalate until they spiral out of control. Eva and Sam work together to make things right. Mischief and mayhem with comical consequences. Compromise and collaboration win the day.

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    15. Great picture book! I would give this as a gift in a heartbeat as it is super fun and could create a lot of opportunities for play and discovery with things from the book maybe better for kids who know that writing on the wall is not really a good idea.

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    16. So much fun, and so much to look at! I was not expecting this book to go where it did, which made it even more fun to read. Much to notice in the illustrations, both of the kids and what they're drawing on the wall. Pair with Becker's Journey trilogy.

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    17. A clever story of creative conflict and co-operation that will be sure to delight budding artists who can watch the drawings take on personalities Sam and Eva never imagined. Like the creative “muse” in all of us…you never know where your pen - or brush – will take you. An absolute delight!

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    18. A fun story about artistic collaboration rendered is an easy to like style. A fun book that leaves you smiling at the end.

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    19. Such a great, fun picture book about collaboration, art, and seeing things from someone else's perspective. Recommended for all ages.

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    20. I just adored this book! =)

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    21. A fun story about two kids drawing and how their imagination takes fold

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    22. This book is so creative! I love it!

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    23. Sam and eva are drawing a story together on a wall but can they cooperate long enough to make it work? lots of imagination. toddler and up

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    24. Delightful story, must do an art storytime

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    25. Cute circular story.

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    26. Similar to Harold and the Purple Crayon, but with friends working together in the end.

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    27. I thought the ending might include some adult response for writing on the walls, but this was cute!

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    28. Great Book for encouraging imagination and creativity! Creativity drawing with friends! Good Companions to Art By Patrick MCDonnell and Harold and the Purple Crayon By Crockett Johnson.

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    29. Creativity, Clashes, and Teamwork

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    30. A great story about collaboration. And art!

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