HURRICANE by David Wiesner

HURRICANE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The creator of Free Fall (Caldecott Honor, 1989) re-creates a childhood experience: two brothers in a suburban house get ready for a storm, enjoy its excitement, and afterwards have a fine, imaginative time playing on a fallen tree until it is finally hauled away. The realistic text is adequate but unexceptional; however, Wiesner's broad double spreads, which echo Van Allsburg's sense of wonder, are nicely evocative.
Pub Date: Oct. 22nd, 1990
ISBN: 978-0-395-54382-5
Page count: 36pp
Publisher: Clarion
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 15th, 1990




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