Search Results: "Istvan Banyai"


BOOK REVIEW

THE OTHER SIDE by Istvan Banyai
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 1, 2005

"Full of ways to tease out the story and think about how to see things. (Picture book. 5-10)"
A nearly wordless and somewhat fractured foray into what happens when you look at things from a different perspective. Read full book review >

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RE-ZOOM by Istvan Banyai
illustrated by Istvan Banyai
FICTION
Released: Sept. 1, 1995

"Banyai's artwork is eye-grabbing but emotionally coola combination that works to perfection in this particular book. (Picture book. 4+)"
This wordless follow-up to Zoom (p. 220) cannot rightly be called a sequel, since there is no storyline. Read full book review >

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ZOOM by Istvan Banyai
illustrated by Istvan Banyai
FICTION
Released: March 1, 1995

"The images are not always compelling, but this book has the fascinating appeal of such works of visual trickery as the Waldo and Magic Eye books. (Picture book. 4+)"
Each page of this wordless book by newcomer Banyai is a close- up detail from the scene on the next page. Read full book review >

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REM by Istvan Banyai
illustrated by Istvan Banyai
BEDTIME BOOK
Released: May 1, 1997

"It ends with a clichÇ—it was all just a dream—but not before the images have been grounded in the real toy vehicles and dolls of the young dreamer's room. (Picture book. 5-9)"
Hold on tight—Banyai (Re-Zoom, 1995, etc.) has ``animated'' a new visual adventure that takes place behind closed eyes, where the dreamworld offers many more irrational possibilities than the realms of his earlier work. Read full book review >

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TAP DANCING ON THE ROOF by Linda Sue Park
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 15, 2007

"Fresh and collegial, this offering stands out. (Picture book/poetry. 9-12)"
"Sijo," Park tells readers of this beguiling wee book, "is a traditional Korean form of poetry. . . . Read full book review >