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D LOVE to create myself The first thing I loved was the contrast of the ark blue figures in the Der Illusionist dim blue world to the bright and vibrant birds I think there is a hint here about nature and wildlife compared to the human world I love that subtle environmental message Then we have these three that stick together and basicallyo only what they all agree to Enticing (PI Men to the Rescue do together The littler guy is the odd man out he s thinking for himself and is successful BECAUSE heidn t go with the crowd Being 1 of many is not nearly as empowering as someone who thinks for themselves I really appreciated though that other than being littler all the figures look relatively the same There are many things that bring all 4 together and only 1 thing that separates them This is a wonderful message of acceptance and endurance in the face of a little Spring Comes to Sanctuary (Welcome to Sanctuary, difference between friendsMy nephew uite loved the book and especially the repeating phrase Shh We ve got a plan This was uite the giggle fest which is lovely to see on him when he is normally hurrying to finish the book so he can get to therawing He could still Ask the Past discern that it was the boy that got the bird He loved the end where they switch from birds to suirrels and the littler guy seems resigned that they will repeat their same mistakesI TOTALLY would purchase this book It is a MUST in a home library and can be read for many years and still bear message fruit for a young reader toiscuss with you BOTTOM LINE Multi layered messages in a gorgeously illustrated bookYou can find this review and many others on my book blog Perspective of a Writer See my picture book reviews in a special feature called Boo s Picture Gallery 5 art4 storyThe illustrations My gosh the illustrat. Gone awry Four friends three big and one little are out for a walk Suddenly they spot it a beautiful bird perched high in a tree They simply MUST have it and SHH they have a PLAN So they tip to.

Ions You know illustrators Riding Class (Saddle Club, don t get enough credit How many of us have pictures in our heads that have traveled along with us throughout our lives and then oneay purely by accident we open a book and there it is it hits like a wall of memory that picture So familiar All the colours leap to life something that was beautiful and new and full of wonder or frightening or Silver Stirrups (Saddle Club, disturbing it s all there Can you tell me Michelangelo wanted anything from his fans But there I go ranting on again It s a kids book It s awesome It s a little young for Suirt to be honest but he likes it anyway and can recite each page as can I I really like the illustrations in this boardbook there s something really uniue and cartoonish about them which makes them stand out from the crowd The story is essentially a seuence of failed bird captures by four people tracking a bird through the woods it s simple but uite funny The narrative is repetitiveemonstrating the four people tracking the bird having pretty much exactly the same conversation multiple times over as they attempt to capture the bird in their nets But the story isn t really I Different Class don t think supposed to be the selling point here The selling point is the silly things they have too and are seen Short Stories by Roald Dahl doing in the illustrations when trying to catch himI like that the bird is out smarting four perfectly competent humans he s absolutely toying with them But Ion t like so much that we need to rely entirely on the pictures it feels like this could have been a lot funnier if the characters had a bit variety in their ialogue Nevertheless a fun story about a bird who is far inventive than his predatorsARC provided free from the publishers in exchange for an honest revie. E tip toe very slowly nets poised Ready one ready two ready three GO But at the turn of the page we find a ridiculous bunch of very tangled characters and a blissfully oblivious bird flying awa.

Fantastic illustrations would make a great readers theater for young elementary school children My cousin fell asleep midway through the book Thank you Mr Haughton An utterly elightful read aloud It s hard to say who will enjoy it the reader or the audience The two year old on my lap last weekend enjoyed it every bit as much as I id and we were both excited to Read it again This is our new favorite i idn t think something could top LITTLE OWL LOST for sheer cuteness and cleverness but Haughton has Socialist Realism done it After one reading my toddler had the rhythm of thisown and now when I read it to him he supplies the shh Such a fun book Clever cute and colorful I expect this would be so much fun to read aloud for story time This is a very entertaining book about a group of four who are searching in the I Look Up To... Michelle Obama dark of night for something to catch Three of the group are bigger and often tell Four friends have a plan to catch a birdie they spot in the woods But that plan turns into falling splashing and running Ready one ready two ready threeGO Shadows and shades of blue play on the page creating a silly mood and energy Those eyes They say it allPlus Shhhh is the perfect read aloud sound and word A fun simple tale and plan that made me smile Check out picture book reviews Perspective of a WriterThree friendsecide to catch the bird they spot in the woods One little friend wants to try another approach but SHH they have a PLAN Not the best one either as that plan turns into falling splashing and runningI KNEW we had to read this book as soon as I saw the wonderful ART And I was NOT Doctor Extraño disappointed it is a truly beautiful book from the illustrations to the message This is the kind of picture book I woul. From award winning illustrator Chris Haughton one of the most exciting new voices in children's literature comes a brand new picture book about a beautiful bird an unuenchableesire and plans.

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Chris Haughton is an Irish illustrator and author living in London He was listed in Time magazine's 'DESIGN 100' for the work he has been doing for fair trade clothing company People Tree His debut book 'A Bit Lost' was first published in English in September 2010 It has been translated into 15 languages and won 9 awards in 7 countries including the Dutch Picturebook of the Year'Oh No George'