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A Few Astonishing Sci-Fi Picture Books For Your Children (And You)
We are used to seeing many books of fantasies for young children, so it's good to find a lot more focused on sience-fiction. View some new sci-fi picture books.... plus a classical one. The Pulitzer Prize laureate Chabon has written comics before - so a cartoon with an influence on the picture books doesn't seem so weird.
While the ending is well prepared, I must confess that I did not see the turn of events come - even if this is a kindergarten text. This illustration manages to create a kind of gold aged cartoon look of quadratic pines and star bursts. There is not much moral in this work - although Chabon can't help but throw in an hour of your lifetime (if you get surly, you should have a snack).
It is the kind of work that ends up to several reads, even if the phrase is disclosed (although perhaps not as good as the classical twin ends picture The Monsters at the end of this book). For children who like super heroes and Toy Story 3.
When you ever go to books industrial panel you will listen to someone throw around the sentence "book as an object". Turn the script aside and turn it upside down (and turn it around in the center - a pleasant touch). Its more elaborate vocabulary makes this one for older children, but I can see that children don't want to reread it, just staring at the incredible detail of the line drawing.
Weird and awesome pictures appear several at a time on each page. Children who like to play, draw and collect stones in the mud, will like Leo Geo. Thus begins a mathematical cuss that transforms actual reality into a set of fun, weird and unlikely maths and speech-brain-teaser. Plunging into basics, multiplying and logical, this instructive and stupid guide indulges both in the omnipresence of mathematics and the sometimes laughable ends to which it can be warped.
It has been around for some time, but it should not be escaped by anyone who likes riddles, children or adults.