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Art & Max

Wiesner, David

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ISBN 10: 0618756639 / ISBN 13: 9780618756636
Verlag: Clarion, Boston, 2010
Zustand: Fine Hardcover
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Signed and dated in 2011 on the title page by the author, David Wiesner. New/unread US first edition, first printing. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 014262

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Titel: Art & Max

Verlag: Clarion, Boston

Erscheinungsdatum: 2010

Einband: Hard Cover

Zustand:Fine

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fine

Signiert: Signed by Author

Auflage: First Edition.

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"A thought-provoking exploration of the creative process....Funny, clever, full of revelations to those who look carefully this title represents picture-book making at its best." "School Library Journal, " starred review
"Children will giggle and marvel....Triple Caldecott winner Wiesner delivers a wildly trippy, funny and original interpretation of the artistic process." "Kirkus Reviews, " starred review
"This small-scale and surprisingly comedic story takes place against a placid backdrop of pale desert colors, which recedes to keep the focus squarely on the dynamic between the two lizards and the wide range of emotions that Wiesner masterfully evokes." "Publishers" "Weekly, " starred review
"Sophisticated and playful, this beautiful mind-stretcher invites viewers to think about art's fundamentals: line, color, shape, and imaginative freedom." "Booklist, " starred review

"[A]visual meditation on the effects of illustrative style. . . . Detailed with Wiesner's signature craft and wit." "The Horn Book
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"Longtime children's book legend David Wiesner takes exciting risks with his newest book about two art-making critters." The Huffington Post"

-A thought-provoking exploration of the creative process....Funny, clever, full of revelations to those who look carefully--this title represents picture-book making at its best.---School Library Journal, starred review

-Children will giggle and marvel....Triple Caldecott winner Wiesner delivers a wildly trippy, funny and original interpretation of the artistic process.---Kirkus Reviews, starred review

-This small-scale and surprisingly comedic story takes place against a placid backdrop of pale desert colors, which recedes to keep the focus squarely on the dynamic between the two lizards and the wide range of emotions that Wiesner masterfully evokes.---Publishers Weekly, starred review

-Sophisticated and playful, this beautiful mind-stretcher invites viewers to think about art's fundamentals: line, color, shape, and imaginative freedom.---Booklist, starred review

-[A] visual meditation on the effects of illustrative style. . . . Detailed with Wiesner's signature craft and wit.---The Horn Book

-Longtime children's book legend David Wiesner takes exciting risks with his newest book about two art-making critters.---The Huffington Post



"A thought-provoking exploration of the creative process....Funny, clever, full of revelations to those who look carefully--this title represents picture-book making at its best."--School Library Journal, starred review

"Children will giggle and marvel....Triple Caldecott winner Wiesner delivers a wildly trippy, funny and original interpretation of the artistic process."--Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"This small-scale and surprisingly comedic story takes place against a placid backdrop of pale desert colors, which recedes to keep the focus squarely on the dynamic between the two lizards and the wide range of emotions that Wiesner masterfully evokes."--Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Sophisticated and playful, this beautiful mind-stretcher invites viewers to think about art's fundamentals: line, color, shape, and imaginative freedom."--Booklist, starred review

"[A] visual meditation on the effects of illustrative style. . . . Detailed with Wiesner's signature craft and wit."--The Horn Book

"Longtime children's book legend David Wiesner takes exciting risks with his newest book about two art-making critters."--The Huffington Post

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