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    To see this week's wordless picture books please visit wwwreadrantrockandrollcomHere’s another wordless book from a favorite author David Wiesner I reviewed The Three Pigs Sector Seven and Free Fall awhile back I was super excited to take

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    This wordless picture book is a delight It is about a boy playing on the beach when an underwater camera washes on shore He gets the pictures d

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    A boy is looking closely at things he finds on the beach when a barnacle covered camera is washed up Seeing that this is an underwater camera he takes the film to be developed Bringing the photographs back to the beach he looks at

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    This book sucked me in like any good book will Lavish detail and a rich plot even without words I am loving how wordless sto

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    A perspective altering philosophical text cleverly disguised as a children's book Wiesner through the use of smart story b

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    Wordless Caldecott winning picture book one of three so far by Wiesner this one from 2006 about a boy who goes to collect flotsam washed up on the sea shore and finds a kind of amazing series of messages in a bottle through an underwater cam

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    Flotsam is a short and beautiful picture book bound to delight both children and adults alike It is a great book for children of all ages to read on their own and to read together with their older companionsThe book is completely devoid of any dialogue which is its great advantage although a few English words on its cards they are not essential to understanding and enjoying the story This allows for Flotsam t

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    Superb book that even the youngest book listener will be able to read on their own as it’s told almost entirely in pictures but so much fun for adults or older kids to read it with them A great fantasy story for kids but there’s also a lot of science thrown in and objects to talk about and explain And it communicates a lovely message about sharing giving Gorgeous pictures And there’s a great photo of the author as a 5 year

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    Albeit that I do indeed consider David Wiesner’s Caldecott Medal winning Flotsam visually spectacular and stunning and especially so much aesthetically appreciate the minutely descriptive underwater detail the diversely colourful fishes I nevertheless also and eually do feel somewhat if not majorly conflicted regarding Flotsam as a wordless picture book telling an actual and solid story For as a very text a

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    “Flotsam” is a 2007 Caldecott Award winning book by David Wiesner author of the popular books “Tuesday” and “The Three Pigs” In this story a young boy discovers a mysterious camera from the sea that eventually shows him another world under the sea “Flotsam” is surely one classic that cannot be b

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Flotsam Author David Wiesner

Winner of the 2007 Caldecott Medal A bright science minded boy goes to the beach euipped to collect and examine flotsam anything floating that has been washed ashore Bottles lost toys small objects of every description are among his usual finds But there's no way he could. This wordless picture book is a delight It is about a boy playing on the beach when an underwater camera washes on shore He gets the pictures developed and puts in a new roll of film Then his eyes widen in amazement as he sees the surreal pictures of what is really going on underneath the sea Robotic fish aliens and many other wonders view spoilerFinally he comes across a picture of a girl holding a photo of a boy who is holding the picture of another boy and he s holding a picture the boy tries to see as far into the past as he can with a magnifying glass and then a microscope until he sees the original picture from the late 1800s So he decides to take a picture of himself with the photo and become part of the chain He throws the camera back into the ocean where the ocean life welcomes it back with open arms tentacles At the very end of the book we see it washing up on some palm beach where a little girl is reaching out for it She will be the next in the chain hide spoiler

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Have prepared for one particular discovery a barnacle encrusted underwater camera with its own secrets to share and to keep Each of David Wiesner's amazing picture books has revealed the magical possibilities of some ordinary thing or happening a frog on a lily pad a tr. Wordless Caldecott winning picture book one of three so far by Wiesner this one from 2006 about a boy who goes to collect flotsam washed up on the sea shore and finds a kind of amazing series of messages in a bottle through an underwater camera he finds there He gets the film developed and there are pictures of two different kinds of things one marvels of underwater fantasy life and 2 pictures selfies taken by other kids who have found the camera Of course the kid takes his own selfie and throws the camera back in the ocean Reminded me just a little of the geo caching craze where you find a secret stash with a phone and then also leave something for theories to findThe art is great and the story is simple but inventive inviting invention for readers

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Ip to the Empire State Building a well known nursery tale In this Caldecott Medal winner a day at the beach is the springboard into a wildly imaginative exploration of the mysteries of the deep and of the ualities that enable us to witness these wonders and delight in them. Flotsam is a short and beautiful picture book bound to delight both children and adults alike It is a great book for children of all ages to read on their own and to read together with their older companionsThe book is completely devoid of any dialogue which is its great advantage although a few English words on its cards they are not essential to understanding and enjoying the story This allows for Flotsam to be enjoyed by all as it is not bound by any language like classical musicThe story itself is one to which all cultures can relate it begins with a boy on the beach examining critters and crabs when a wave covers him and his tools a magnifying glass microscope and binoculars Although the sea creatures are washed away the wave brought something else an ancient looking camera with Melville Underwater Camera written on it Upon closer examination the boy discovers that there is a roll of film inside the camera and he rushes to get it developed when he receives the prints back he realizes what he has discovered and understands the purpose of the cameraThe illustrations are drawn in the horizontal format they are wider than they are tall and in beautiful watercolors The story is delightful and universal full of wonderful detail and whimsical invention how many of us have often dreamed of finding something which would be special and uniue just by chance to feel the joy of discovery The juxtaposition of imagination and reality is truly delightful and so is the uplifting mood of the book and it s message the perserverance of wonder in an never ending chainThis is a truly delightful picture book which I m very glad to have read as it made me feel happy that I also was once such a boy and in many ways still am By the time I was finished I was genuinely moved by its universal story beauty and appeal and happily recommend it to everyone

  • Hardcover
  • 40
  • Flotsam Author David Wiesner
  • David Wiesner
  • English
  • 14 March 2019
  • 9780618194575

About the Author: David Wiesner

During David Wiesner's formative years the last images he saw before closing his eyes at night were the books rockets elephant heads clocks and magnifying glasses that decorated the wallpaper of his room Perhaps it was this decor which awakened his creativity and gave it the dreamlike imaginative uality so often found in his workAs a child growing up in suburban New Jersey Wiesner re cre