Red Again

by Barbara Lehman

This imaginative sequel/prequel to Barbara’s Caldecott Honor, THE RED BOOK, continues to celebrate the power of books to connect people across time and space.

  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN-13/ EAN: 9780544818590
  • ISBN-10: 0544818598
  • Pages: 32
  • Publication Date: 11/07/2017
  • Carton Quantity: 50

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  • About the Book
    When a young boy discovers an abandoned book on the side of the road, it opens a window to another world just as real as his own. But what happens when the two worlds collide? This imaginative companion to the Caldecott Honor–winning The Red Book works in a continuous loop, showing us that stories never really end. While fans of the previous book will relish seeing the story play out, prior knowledge isn’t necessary in order to understand or savor this one.
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    ? "Lehman’s watercolor, gouache, and ink illustrations are clear, warm and inviting. Varying panel sizes and perspectives pace the story, drawing attention to the narrative’s subtle complexity. The almost-all-red cover echoes the characters’ own red books, affording readers an opportunity to ponder the story’s mystery and their potential connections to it." --The Horn Book, starred review 

     

    ? "This title stands alone but pairing it with the first work makes it all the more magical, particularly because the end brings the story into a breathtaking circle... Whether being explored for pleasure or for academic purposes, this title will add value to any library collection, especially ones that have copies of its predecessor." –School Library Journal, starred review 

     

    ? "Lehman gives readers the satisfaction of learning more about the original story while leaving them with more to ponder. Together, the two volumes form a pleasing and perplexing Möbius strip of a story." –Publishers Weekly, starred review 

     

    ? "... A twist ending that will blow many young minds (and some not-so-young ones, as well). " –Booklist, starred review 

     

    "A peaceful, wordless adventure that, as the final frames hint, will continue after it's closed." —Kirkus

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