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review Journey author Aaron Becker Journey author Aaron Becker review ☆ 3 Aaron Becker Ð 3 read A masterworkThe New York TimesAn imaginative adventure story whose elaborate illustrations inspire wonder careful examination and multiple readsKirkus Reviews starred review Wonder mixes with longing as the myriad possibilities offered by Beckers stunning settings dwarf what actually happens in the story Readers will be both dazzled and spurred on imagined travels of their ownPublishers Weekly starred review An auspicious debut a captivating wordless story The strong visual narrative makes this an appealing choice for a wide range of ages By the turn of the last page children will immediately begin imagining the next adventureSchool Library Journal starred review First time author Becker sweeps readers away on the very best kind of journey allowing a complex color scheme intricate fantasy environments and a stirring sense of adventure to tell the story without a single word Laudable for its adventuresome female protagonist scope and sense of fun this title will draw girls and boys back to it again and againBooklist starred review There is much to pore over in the watercolor and pen and ink illustrations and when the boy and girl ride off together at the end on a tandem bicycle with one red wheel and one purple wheel readers will want to follow themThe Horn BookThis is a wordless picture book that will be transcendent for readers and appeal to a wide variety of children This is a beautiful tale that will visually delight for years to comeLibrary Media Connection highly recommended We live in a time with a lot of flash and beep and tweets Mr Becker has made a beautiful reminder that there are times we need to turn it off Sometimes we need a book some uiet and our imagination It s so well doneErin Stead Caldecott Medal Winner for A Sick Day for Amos McGeeI fell into this breathtaking adventure and didn t want to leave This is a book of extraordinary magic and beautyJulie Jules Danielson Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast A gorgeously illustrated imaginative take on the wordless picture bookIts a true feast for.
review Journey author Aaron Becker
review Journey author Aaron Becker Journey author Aaron Becker review ☆ 3 Aaron Becker Ð 3 read Both the mind and eye Favorite Things FamilyFun blog Dreamlike Like Harold and his purple crayon before her the child discovers that she can use a crayon to make an imaginative escape and what an escape it is DazzlingThe Wall Street Journal A wordless tour de force Completely original Becker s breathtaking urban and bucolic scenes map out a visual narrative that reflects the girl s journeyboth external and internal Here s hoping there sto come from this talented newcomerShelf Awareness for Readers starred review Talk about making your own adventure E xtraordinary kindness and a couple of crayons produce an ending so original and satisfying you cant but shake your head and smile This gorgeous wordless book is a gemRedbook A n absolutely magical tale Becker s picture book is one of the finest get lost in your own imagination tales of loneliness escape adventure and ultimately new friendship that I ve read in uite some timeA Today OnlineBecker launches readers into a wordless adventure amid exotic lands and narrow escapesthanks to the bright red marker wielding heroine Think Crockett Johnstons Harold and the Purple Crayon crossed with Neil Gaimans Stardust A lonely girl steps from her black and white world into a vast colorful journey Some stories including this one dont need words to fire the imaginationThe Boston GlobeWith its fine attention to detail and jaw dropping storyline Becker has created a modern day classic in the midst of an overpopulated genre I dont get to use this word very often when Im talking about books for young children but Im going to dust it off and use it now Beautiful Theres no other way to describe JourneyBetsy Bird A Fuse Production SLJ Blog This absolutely gorgeous wordless picture book is a testament to the skill of author illustrator Aaron Becker As Journey ends you ll want to immediately return to the beginning to experience it againR BooksA lonely girl takes her red crayon draws a door on her bedroom wall and walks into a world of steampunk flying machines and turreted canal cities.review Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Aaron Becker
review Journey author Aaron Becker Journey author Aaron Becker review ☆ 3 Aaron Becker Ð 3 read She navigates this fantasy realm via boat balloon and flying carpet all drawn with her crayon Journey is a clear nod to Crockett Johnson s Harold and the Purple Crayon but this version doesn t have words instead Aaron Becker tells his story through meticulous watercolor and pen and ink illustrationsR Monkey SeeBecker s wordless masterpiece is both timely and timeless drawing inspiration from the classic Harold and the Purple Crayon to draw the reader into an entirely new and beautifully rendered worldThe Huffington PostWorldless picture books are nothing new but it takes a special touch to create one that appeals to both pre readers have them narrate their own story to you as you leaf through and older students who can appreciate the layers of silent storytelling Journey accomplishes this feat and just might be the perfect title for one last summer roadtrip Film illustrator Aaron Becker s creation is at once simple and nuanced a beautifully tactile version of the best Pixar shortsAustin American StatesmanWith this wordless tour de force Aaron Becker gives a nod to the likes of Crockett Johnson and Shaun Tanbut in a completely original work Becker s breathtaking urban and bucolic scenes map out a visual narrative that reflects the girl s journeyboth external and internal By the conclusion readers see that all she needs is a likeminded friend Here s hoping there sto come from this talented newcomerTwenty by Jenny Ce texte fait r f rence l dition ReliA lonely girl draws a magic door on her bedroom wall and through it escapes into a world where wonder adventure and danger abound Red marker pen in hand she creates a boat a balloon and a flying carpet which carry her on a spectacular journey who knows where When she is captured by a sinister emperor only an act of tremendous courage and kindness can set her free Can it also guide her home and to happiness In this exuisitely illustrated wordless book an ordinary child is launched on an extraordinary magical journey towards her greatest and most rewarding adventure of al.
- Journey author Aaron Becker
- Aaron Becker
- 06 September 2018