Look! Look! Look! by Tana HobanThis was a fun book to read even though it was completely wordless. In all actuality, it didnt even need words to get its point across. It gives you a small section of a larger picture and you get to see if you can guess what the bigger picture is. Most of my guesses were correct, but some of them were wrong, so perhaps it will also challenge the children to really think about the possibility of what they are looking at. After you make your guess, you can turn the page and see if you were correct or not. If you turn the page again, the picture is retaken in a way that would make more sense to a child because it is probably the way the child first saw the item in the picture taken. This book was very creatively established.
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Look! Look! Look!
Tana Hoban never ceases to mesmerize and stimulate her young admirers. Using her unmistakable full-color photographs and an intriguing die-cut format, she has created a striking concept book that will have young viewers scrutinizing and thinking about what they see -- and don't see. In the tradition of Just Look and Take Another Look, here is yet another window of discovery to our everyday world. This wordless book allows children to guess what's on the next page through a peephole. And then you get to see what it is! Great conversation starter and imagination spurrer. I haven't looked at a picture book and actually enjoyed it, in a very long time.
Restrictions Non-circulating; available for research. Reproductions can be made only if they are to be used for "private study, scholarship, or research. Biographical Sketch Tana Hoban, artist, photographer, film maker, and creator of more than two dozen innovative award-winning books for children, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania of Russian immigrant parents. From an early age her father encouraged her to have her own career, and he enrolled her in art classes while she was still a little girl. Although she was the youngest student in her painting and life classes, teachers consistently singled out her work for special notice. When she returned to Philadelphia, she worked as a free-lance advertising artist and magazine illustrator.
In this book, Hoban offers three chances to see ordinary objects in an unusual setting. First, a cutout in a blacked-out page frames a detail on the next page.
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The photographs Crystal clear, beautifully composed, and a treat to view. Tana Hoban's photographs have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in galleries around the world. She has won many gold medals and prizes for her work as a photographer and filmmaker. Her books for children are known and loved throughout the world. Kindergarten-Grade 2 Tana Hoban adds number three to her textless collections of photographs with little square cut outs that allow only a teasing glimpse of texture to activate children's imaginations Look Again! Macmillan, and Take Another Look Greenwillow,
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