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Little Red Riding Hood

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Praise for Andrea Wisnewski's Little Red Riding Hood "Wisnewski brings to life! in vivid watercolors! a tale now set in rural New... Weiterlesen
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Zusatztext Praise for Andrea Wisnewski's Little Red Riding Hood "Wisnewski brings to life! in vivid watercolors! a tale now set in rural New England in the early 19th century! the interiors and architecture and costumes found on models from Old Sturbridge Village's living-history museum. Loving detail cloaks the woods! the home! the family! while retaining Grimm's classic tale."- Maine Today "A handsomely illustrated version of a folktale favorite. Wisnewski's retelling is straightforward and the language has a comfortable! folksy cadence. The tale ends happily! as Little Red Riding Hood's father comes to the rescue. Visual details abound! all vividly and gracefully rendered! and observant youngsters will notice that a calico cat plays a heroic role in the story. An eye-catching addition to folk and fairytale shelves."- School Library Journal "Wisnewski retells the familiar story! adorning it with graceful illustrations that emulate woodcuts! washed with saturated watercolors! and brimming with details. Children will enjoy studying the detailed artwork."- Publishers Weekly "Children will want to step into inviting artwork full of flowers and fruit from the orchard and help collect eggs or pick lavender and put it in a basket. The pictures! which look like woodcuts! are actually hand-colored paper cuts."-Ilene Cooper! Booklist "The rich colors and thick flowing lines are technically accomplished and lovely. The book's design suits the content: it is simple and elegant."- School Library Journal Informationen zum Autor Andrea Wisnewski is a designer, printmaker, author, and illustrator who works in a distinctive paper-cut print style. Among her best-loved books are Little Old Farm Folk and Trio: The Tale of a Three-legged Cat chosen as one of the Best Children's Picture Books of the Year by Kirkus Reviews in 2017. Klappentext The story of Little Red Riding Hood reset in rural New England of the early nineteenth century. Into the forbidding but beautiful New England winter steps a resourceful farm girl in her scarlet cloak, bound with her basket of presents for her ailing grandmother. Told in a folksy cadence, the tale ends happily, as Little Red's father comes to the rescue (sharp-eyed children will notice a calico cat helped, too!). Loving detail fills each illustration in this unique version. Andrea Wisnewski based her interiors, architecture, and costumes on models found at Old Sturbridge Village, the living-history museum in western Massachusetts. The images, full of period detail, are done in a medium Wisnewski has made her own: black-and-white prints made from intricate papercut designs (the results look much like woodcuts) that are then hand painted in gloriously vivid watercolor. This is a beautiful, totally original, reimagining of the German fairytale classic and, yes, Little Red does survive the ravenous wolf-moist but intact. A wonderful version of the classic tale, perfect as a read-aloud, a picture book to share. Zusammenfassung The story of Little Red Riding Hood reset in the rural New England of the early nineteenth century. Andrea Wisnewski based her interiors! architecture! and costumes on models found at Old Sturbridge Village! the living-history museum in western Massachusetts. The images! full of lovingly rendered period detail! are done in a medium Wisnewski has made her own: black-and-white prints made from intricate papercut designs (the results look much like woodcuts) that are then hand painted in gloriously vivid watercolor. ...

Praise for Andrea Wisnewski's Little Red Riding Hood

Wisnewski brings to life, in vivid watercolors, a tale now set in rural New England in the early 19th century, the interiors and architecture and costumes found on models from Old Sturbridge Village's living-history museum. Loving detail cloaks the woods, the home, the family, while retaining Grimm's classic tale.Maine Today

A handsomely illustrated version of a folktale favorite. Wisnewski's retelling is straightforward and the language has a comfortable, folksy cadence. The tale ends happily, as Little Red Riding Hood's father comes to the rescue. Visual details abound, all vividly and gracefully rendered, and observant youngsters will notice that a calico cat plays a heroic role in the story. An eye-catching addition to folk and fairytale shelves.School Library Journal

Wisnewski retells the familiar story, adorning it with graceful illustrations that emulate woodcuts, washed with saturated watercolors, and brimming with details. Children will enjoy studying the detailed artwork.Publishers Weekly

Children will want to step into inviting artwork full of flowers and fruit from the orchard and help collect eggs or pick lavender and put it in a basket. The pictures, which look like woodcuts, are actually hand-colored paper cuts.Ilene Cooper, Booklist

The rich colors and thick flowing lines are technically accomplished and lovely. The book's design suits the content: it is simple and elegant.School Library Journal



Autorentext

Andrea Wisnewski is a designer, printmaker, author, and illustrator who works in a distinctive paper-cut print style. Among her best-loved books are Little Old Farm Folk and Trio: The Tale of a Three-legged Catchosen as one of the Best Children's Picture Books of the Year by Kirkus Reviews in 2017.



Klappentext

The story of Little Red Riding Hood reset in rural New England of the early nineteenth century.

Into the forbidding but beautiful New England winter steps a resourceful farm girl in her scarlet cloak, bound with her basket of presents for her ailing grandmother. Told in a folksy cadence, the tale ends happily, as Little Red's father comes to the rescue (sharp-eyed children will notice a calico cat helped, too!).

Loving detail fills each illustration in this unique version. Andrea Wisnewski based her interiors, architecture, and costumes on models found at Old Sturbridge Village, the living-history museum in western Massachusetts. The images, full of period detail, are done in a medium Wisnewski has made her own: black-and-white prints made from intricate papercut designs (the results look much like woodcuts) that are then hand painted in gloriously vivid watercolor.

This is a beautiful, totally original, reimagining of the German fairytale classic and, yes, Little Red does survive the ravenous wolf-moist but intact. A wonderful version of the classic tale, perfect as a read-aloud, a picture book to share.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Little Red Riding Hood
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EAN: 9781567925890
ISBN: 978-1-56792-589-0
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Altersempfehlung: 4 bis 7 Jahre
Herausgeber: Ingram Publishers Services
Genre: Vorlesebücher, Märchen, Sagen, Reime & Lieder
Anzahl Seiten: 32
Jahr: 2017