The Land of Lines

The Land of Lines In The Land Of Lines, Anything Is Possible The Connection Between A Boy And A Girl From Different Worlds, The Potential For Self Discovery, And The Vanquishing Of A Monster While Exploring Mysterious Terrain, The Characters Cascade Down Geometric Cliffs And Mountains, Navigating The Unknown And Finding Their Potential Readers Will Immerse Themselves In This Engaging Wordless Graphic Novel That Captures The Timeless Heroic Journey And Celebrates The Power Of Art. A wordless graphic novel with a very different approach that anything I ve seen before all illustrations are simple line drawings in red, blue and yellow, and the characters must navigate these lines like terrain I can t imagine the hours that went into the details of some of these spreads.However I did feel like this is 90% about the artwork, with not a huge amount of thought going into the plot itself I m all for weird and trippy, but it was just a bit too rushed and clich d, taking down to A wordless graphic novel with a very different approach that anything I ve seen before all illustrations are simple line drawings
Inventive in a number of visual illustrative ways, but I just couldn t get past the gender stereotypes and the brave boy leading the way and saving the damsel in distress, with said damsel bestowing kisses. A very unique take on a wordless picture book An imaginative world has been drawn just using lines for the shapes with large landscape and small people in only three colors The storyline is fairly easy to follow when looking at it closely,
Wordless picture books always intrigue me since they depend so heavily on their illustrations to get their meaning message point across I m never quite sure if I understand all that is there, but I surely enjoy trying to do so Middle graders and early high schoolers will have fun following a boy and a girl in this book originally published in Switzerland, separated by various shapes that resemble the tops of trees and buildings or mountain formations and colors A little bit of exploration bri Wordless picture books always intrigue me since they depend so heavily on their illustrations to get their meaning message point across I m never quite sure if I understand all that is there, but I surely enjoy trying to do so Middle graders and early high schoolers will have fun following a boy and a girl in this book originally published in Switzerland, separated by various shapes that resemble the tops of trees and buildings or mountain formations and colors A little bit of exploration brings them together, and they hike through the area, taking risks, having fun, and generally, just bonding She even gets kidnapped by a monster with a secret of his own, and after he rescues her, he walks her home Who knows what s in store for the two of them, but her reaction to his departure and his thought bubble with her on his mind offer some clues I enjoyed reading this and noting the endpapers, filled with the two of them in various poses After all, it would
Kind of trippy Wonder how it would look with 3 d glasses Beware smooching and girl needing to be rescued by boy sigh Don t know why this disturbs me, but it does Ending is unclear Soooo MUCH time had to be put into the illustrations, but it seems the storyline itself is a bit neglected. I like the concept of this book, but I don t understand what its purpose is The story was confusing and lacked significance to me This book is visually pleasing, but I wouldn t go so far as to say that it celebrates the power of art And this book being described as a heroic j
I liked this book If you pick this up thinking it is a picture book for children, you will be disappointed or maybe confused If you have read some graphic novels, I think you will recognize the depth the author intended.Our librarian asked me to see where other libraries had placed it because it puzzled her and she wanted a second opinion, so I read it and did some research It got some pretty lackluster reviews here yes the boy rescues the girl, but that isn t what the story is about I see I liked this
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I spotted this with the juvie graphic novels the other day at the library and gave it a quick read It s a book without words, but the picturesthan tell the story It s the story of two little characters, one red and one blue, and they live in a land of lines They go on an adventure together, rescue a yellow character they run into, and they do everything maybe even fall in love Nope Definitely a cute twist.The story was slow at the start and wasn t too complex by the end, but it was I spotted this with the juvie graphic novels the other day at the library and gave it a quick read It s a b
Art teachers might really enjoy this book, but I know my kids will enjoy this wordless picture book. Inventive three color wordless picturebook about a boy and girl navigating red and blue lines and a threat to the girl that requires, in the ensuing romantic development, that the boy rescue her from a monster yellow guy That part of it is either sweet or gender stereotypically disappointing I, reading lots of comics and picture books about strong independent girls and women, will vote largely for the latter, but the spare, minimal though not simple visual style is inventive, though it i Inventive three color wordless picturebook about a boy and girl navigating red and blue lines and a threat to the girl that requires, in the ensuing romantic development, that the boy rescue her from a monster yellow

[Reading] ➮ The Land of Lines  ➶ Victor Hussenot – Rarefishingbooks.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 44 pages
  • The Land of Lines
  • Victor Hussenot
  • English
  • 02 April 2018
  • 1452142823