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Post hibernation snack Nope is scheduled for spring 2017; Paul Rodeen of Rodeen Literary Management brokered the deal for world right Mostly wordless delight will that bird take flight Fun illustrations and storytelling Pair with DUDE by Reynolds Santat another mostly wordless book

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Nope by Drew Sheneman

Story of a baby bird who isn’t so sure it's a good idea to leave the nest and Don't Eat That is about a misguided bear looking for a I was laughing the whole way through this one Very few words but the art is so expressive and beautiful The story is cute and funny

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Joanna Cardenas at Viking has pre empted two debut picture books by editorial cartoonist Drew Sheneman Nope tells the nearly wordless Richie s Picks NOPE by Drew Sheneman Viking January 2017 40p ISBN 978 1 101 99731 4 There you stood on the edge of your featherExpecting to fly Neil Young 1967 Speech balloons also speech bubbles dialogue balloons or word balloons are a graphic convention used mostly in comic books comics and cartoons to allow words and much less often pictures to be understood as representing the speech or thoughts of a given character in the comic There is often a formal distinction between the balloon that indicates thoughts and the one that indicates words spoken aloud the balloon that conveys subjective thoughts is often referred to as a thought bubble Wikipedia Speech balloon NOPE is a nearly wordless picture book story concerning a young bird s anxieties around learning to fly Despite watching its mama effortlessly soar through the sky the young bird looks down from its nest high up in a tree and imagines all sorts of dangers below The fearful youngster repeatedly tells the encouraging parent NOPE until the day finally comes when the mama tenderly and lovingly embraces her offspring and then unceremoniously and literally boots the young one out of the nestOf course there is a positive ending with the young un confidently sailing past new friends suirrels turtles and butterflies before returning to the nest and mama This story of leaving the nest will undoubtedly be embraced by many parents who along with their young children are nervously anticipating the beginning of preschool or kindergarten One of the interesting aspects of NOPE is the use of large thought bubbles that show the fearful young bird imagining first a cat then a trio of wolves and then a river filled with alligators waiting hungrily far down below the safety of the nest For each of these the author uses a two page spread that has the same visual perspective as an earlier spread in which the young bird is looking down toward the ground between the tree it s in and the neighboring tree Teachers and librarians who share this book can help kids recognize the difference between what the young bird actually sees and what it imagines is out there Therefore NOPE provides an opportunity for a discussion about reality versus fear and imagination as well as the chance to teach young children how one reads cartoons and comics including the convention of speech and thought balloonsFrom the cover onward Drew Sheneman s digitally painted illustrations caught my eye Given the expressiveness of the mama and child which really carries the story it s not surprising to learn that this first time children s authorillustrator is a seasoned cartoonist His first foray into children s lit is notable and I hope we ll see of him in the futureRichie Partington MLISRichie s Picks Planet of the Bugs used mostly in comic books comics and cartoons to allow words and much less often pictures to be Fishes of the Open Ocean understood as representing the speech or thoughts of a given character in the comic There is often a formal distinction between the balloon that indicates thoughts and the one that indicates words spoken aloud the balloon that conveys subjective thoughts is often referred to as a thought bubble Wikipedia Speech balloon NOPE is a nearly wordless picture book story concerning a young bird s anxieties around learning to fly Despite watching its mama effortlessly soar through the sky the young bird looks down from its nest high Out of Bounds (Boundaries, up in a tree and imagines all sorts of dangers below The fearful youngster repeatedly tells the encouraging parent NOPE Grass, Sky, Song until the day finally comes when the mama tenderly and lovingly embraces her offspring and then Otter Chaos! (Otter Chaos unceremoniously and literally boots the young one out of the nestOf course there is a positive ending with the young The Illusionists un confidently sailing past new friends suirrels turtles and butterflies before returning to the nest and mama This story of leaving the nest will O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, undoubtedly be embraced by many parents who along with their young children are nervously anticipating the beginning of preschool or kindergarten One of the interesting aspects of NOPE is the One for My Baby use of large thought bubbles that show the fearful young bird imagining first a cat then a trio of wolves and then a river filled with alligators waiting hungrily far down below the safety of the nest For each of these the author Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, uses a two page spread that has the same visual perspective as an earlier spread in which the young bird is looking down toward the ground between the tree it s in and the neighboring tree Teachers and librarians who share this book can help kids recognize the difference between what the young bird actually sees and what it imagines is out there Therefore NOPE provides an opportunity for a discussion about reality versus fear and imagination as well as the chance to teach young children how one reads cartoons and comics including the convention of speech and thought balloonsFrom the cover onward Drew Sheneman s digitally painted illustrations caught my eye Given the expressiveness of the mama and child which really carries the story it s not surprising to learn that this first time children s authorillustrator is a seasoned cartoonist His first foray into children s lit is notable and I hope we ll see of him in the futureRichie Partington MLISRichie s Picks


10 thoughts on “Nope by Drew Sheneman

  1. says:

    Funny with awesome whimsical illustrations

  2. says:

    A baby bird balks at the prospect of his first flight in this amusing and ultimately heartwarming picture book which uses im

  3. says:

    Richie’s Picks NOPE by Drew Sheneman Viking January 2017 40p ISBN 978 1 101 99731 4“There you stood on the edge of your featherExpecting t

  4. says:

    nope

  5. says:

    Really fun book with beautiful illustrations I loved it

  6. says:

    I was laughing the whole way through this one Very few words but the art is so expressive and beautiful The story is cute and funny

  7. says:

    Amazing illustrations So adorable

  8. says:

    Mostly wordless delight will that bird take flight Fun illustrations and storytelling Pair with DUDE by Reynolds Santat another mostly wordless book

  9. says:

    This is my new favorite book So cute I read this five hours ago and I've already recommended this to half the staff that works at my branch I love this book

  10. says:

    This is a humorous book about the brave step of taking flight for the first time Mama bird thinks it is time for her Baby Bird to take off but Baby Bird isn't so sure The tree is up so very high and there could be cats or dogs or alligatorsas imaginations run wild it seems like Baby Bird might never fly away T

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