A wordless picture book about a visit to the museum and the power of art and imagination.After passing a city museum many times, a boy finally decides to go in. He passes wall after wall of artwork until he sees a painting that makes him stop and ponder. Before long the painting comes to life and an afternoon of adventure and discovery changes how he sees the world ever after....
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I am reading this for a mock Caldecott lesson...this wordless picture book features a young man who visits the Museum of Modern Art and imagines that he takes the characters from the paintings out of the museum and on a field trip around the city.
This book is a celebration of art and creativity. May they both always infuse our daily lives!
Picture book, wordless, fiction
by Raul Colon
Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2018
5 out of 5 stars
In the author's note in the back of the book, Colon talks about how he never had the opportunity to visit an art museum as a child. His interactions with art were all secondhand, through pictures in books. When he first saw Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night in person, as an adult, he was overwhelm ...more
"Imagine!" by Raúl Colón is a wordless picture book about a young boy's visit to an art museum in New York City. This book follows his adventures through the museum as the art exhibits come to do life and dance with him across the pages. The art pieces and he explore the city around them for the rest of the day. He even creates his own masterpiece on the side of a building with chalk. Before long, he returns home but still imagines the art pieces dancing through the night. After reading the auth ...more
Wonderful wordless story of the joy of city living and visiting local museums.
This is a beautiful tribute to art and inspires young readers to experience, and then incorporate it into their lives.
A boy heads off to the art museum in New York with a box of chalk in his back pocket. At the museum, he gazes at the different pieces of art when one comes alive and dances with him. Soon, the figures from other paintings come to life, and with a colorful group, he heads to the city. When the adventure finally ends and they return to their paintings, the boy uses these experience ...more
A young boy skateboards across the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan in this gorgeous wordless picture-book, eventually finding himself in front of the Museum of Modern Art. Going in on a (seeming) impulse, he is astonished by what he sees and engrossed in the artwork around him. Then some of the figures from famous paintings - Matisse's Icarus, Picasso's Three Musicians, and Rousseau's The Sleeping Gypsy - step off their canvases, and join him on a tour of New York City's sites...
A delightful trib ...more
Beautiful word-less picture book about a boy who decides to visit the art museum one day. Artworks from Picasso, Matisse and Rousseau come to life and join the boy on a day adventure in New York City.
I love the rhythm of the colors, the various textures and the movement of the illustrations which are a feast for the eye!
Whay a great book! Aptly named Imagine, it requires the reader to imagine what is happening as the pages turn. Many details will appear as you gaze at the illustrations, love the use of line to draw the eyes to important features in the art. So joyful! Be sure to read the authors note at the end.
Recommended for all ages.