Read This Book If You Don’t Want a Story
Never before has there been a picture book without a story to tell. But this book says he isn’t going to tell a story, and that there won’t be any pictures in this book. However, the pages may have something to say about that. The book starts telling what there won’t be found in this book — a whole lot of interesting, fun ideas laid out in perfectly charming rhyme — and then page six chimes in and asks how there can be a book with no story. As the book goes on, page after page objects to the idea of having no story as they try to convince the book that one just can’t be a book without a story. But can the pages convince the book that a story is possible?
Author Richard Phillips has written a wonderfully clever book that will stimulate little one’s imaginations and have them questioning what they know about books. Eric Zelz’s bright and witty illustrations are filled with zany details that will have youngsters searching each page to find all the fun packed into the drawings. This is a book that will quickly become a favorite.
|Page Count||36 pages|
|Publisher||Tilbury House Publishers|
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