Daily Archives: November 20, 2016

Dr. Seuss: a Style that’s Remembered

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!  by Dr. Seuss is a classic, well-written story that speaks optimistically and realistically about the all that a child will do later in life. This story, like his other books, has a nice rhythm to it and … Continue reading

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The Sleep Book Visual Analysis

On these pages from Dr. Seuss’s Sleep Book, Dr. Seuss uses many different visual aspects and rhetorical elements to entertain the reader and teach a lesson in a fun and amusing way. On these pages, Dr. Seuss uses the layout … Continue reading

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Sometimes It’s Best to Be Simple

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The Giving Space

  The first thing that caught my eye was the use of white space. Silverstein has a very modern approach to this storybook, he only includes what is needed. On every page, only thin things being discussed are shown in … Continue reading

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Cinderella’s New Appearance

Everyone knows Cinderella. Fairytales are always the favorite of children. Since very first days of my life, I have watched and read fairytales. The especially comic book, which is the main way to visualize words for better comprehension and fun, … Continue reading

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Are pictures worth 1000 words?

Six Dinner Sid by Igna Moore was one of my favorite picture books as a kid. Just the idea of tiny little cat tricking six neighbors into each giving him a meal was always very funny to me. However, now … Continue reading

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Pictures Can Tell the Whole Story

“Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss was a very important picture book for me, because it was actually the first book I ever read. While the language and tone of writing was very important to the story, the pictures … Continue reading

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Into the Garden of Mr. McGregor’s

Who wouldn’t like cute animals? Anthropomorphous animal is an eternal theme of Beatrix Potter’s picture book. Among all the fictional animal figures she created in these turning leaves, the naughty rabbit in blue jacket is no doubt one of my … Continue reading

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On A Beam of Light—The Life of Albert Einstein.

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