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Sounds like it would be a fun read. The link for the picture to flip through the pages didn’t work. This book reminds me of Brave Little Pete of Geranium Street.
Don’t know that one – thanks! I’ll look into the linkage!
Looks neat, Julie! Am I correct in understanding that it’s a completely wordless picture book all based on Dutch art? I’ll have to have a look at this one! Thanks for sharing!
Of course now I don’t have it in my hands to verify, but I don’t remember any words! It is definitely worth checking out!
What a clever idea for a book! Love it! I was just introduced to a PB without words yesterday — new release “Waves.” I absolutely loved the illustrations. The book you shared sounds like something you would study, as it leaves a lot to the imagination. As an artist, I think you’d find the wordless books of interest. You might want to check out the one I mentioned — know you’d like it. Saw it a B&N.
I will Pat, but at the library first – small house, not enough space to buy all the books I like!
You could do what I did. I looked at the book at the bokstore. It mayl take a while for it to be in libraries.
True OPat and I am going to our locally-owned bookstore today. Do you know who wrote/illustrated it?
Oh, I will never forget seeing “The Night Watch” up close and personal in Amsterdam. I took a college art history class on Rubens and Rembrandt. You have the best recommendations, Julie!
Ooh I think this is my favorite of the day! I just love Europe and paintings, thanks Julie!
You will like it!
What an interesting and fun way to treat the topic of bullies. And I love the idea of having him hop through European paintings!
I almost forgot the bullies – story is otherwise so engaging!
Wow, this book looks fascinating! Sounds like a book that would have kids poring over it for hours. Thanks, Julie!
If it’s wordless, my son might like this one as he loves to study illustrations in his books. We’ll check it out. Thank you for the suggestion.
Would love to hear if he likes it!
I adding it to my list Julie…it sounds wonderful. I have been impressed with how well wordless picture books tell a story. Incredible!
Thought you might enjoy the fun sounds in the Dutch word for incredible: ongelooflijk
Fantastic find!!! Thanks!
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