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Journey (Aaron Becker's Wordless Trilogy, 1)

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In the first pages we could feel the girl boredom, but as soon as she goes through the red door the time seems to fly while she is having fun, dreaming other worlds. Provide multiple copies of the book in small groups so that children can see clearly, or project the pages onto a screen, and take your time to explore each image and discuss. The amount of insight you gain into the little girl's character is astounding; whether it be a slight shrug or a purposeful movement, a sketch with her crayon or a look on her face, she moves you on every page. The vibrant illustrations, rendered with meticulous detail and vibrant colours, transport readers to magical worlds brimming with beauty and intrigue.Choose one double spread – the illustration showing the girl entering the city works well – and talk about what’s going on. Aaron Becker; creator of the award-winning Journey and its stunning; celebrated sequel; Quest; presents the final chapter in his luminous; wordless fantasy. club, though I think that was set up in hopes of luring in the boys with reverse psychology), but the fact that the main character is a girl might have increased her interest in Journey. Failing to get the attention of her busy father; a lonely girl turns back to a fantastic world for friendship and adventure. Following the successful launch of the Universal Charter for National Park Cities and London as the world’s first National Park City in 2019, and Adelaide in 2021, we are delighted to share our guidance on joining the National Park City Family.

Aaron Becker; creator of the stunning Journey; presents the next chapter in his luminous wordless fantasy. At Books2Door, we believe that reading is a fundamental skill that every child should have to help improve their vocabulary, grammar, and critical thinking skills.

Something you didn’t mention in your review is how the ending of the book points back to the beginning! The image showing the king throwing the crayon overboard works well for this, as does the scene in which the girl steals the bird. For traditional oral storytellers the structure of a story is a framework that must be kept intact, rather like a set of bones.

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