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Read & download Blue Chicken Blue Chicken Review Õ 102 Ies Playing with colors and perspective and using minimal text this richly layered story reveals new things to see and laugh about with each readi. I recently read The Story of Fish and Snail by Deborah Freedman and a friend suggested I try Blue Chicken also by Freedman Like Fish and Snail this is an adorable funny and uniue picture book Freedman manages to write and illustrate picture books for kids that stand out in a market that is packed with choicesI highly recommend both The Story of Fish and Snail and Blue Chicken I ve also read and loved By Mouse and Frog by Freedman and plan on keeping my eyes peeled for other books by this incredible author and illustrator

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Blue Chicken

Read & download Blue Chicken Blue Chicken Review Õ 102 In this deceptively simple picture book author illustrator Deborah Freedman has created an irresistible character that springs to life and wreaks. Call it barnyard self actualization Too heavy an idea for a picture book Fine How about breaking down the barn s fourth wall Or nine barnyard characters in search of an illustrator However you want to couch it I think we can probably state for the record that by this point any picture book that shows drawn characters taking on a life of their own is fairly par for the course It s not a particularly new or shocking idea Mischievous chickens are also par for the course No one can be all THAT surprised by their antics That said though these are ideas that make it into children s books from time to time until now I ve not seen anyone specifically combine the two into a single book Blue Chicken turns out to be the natural descendant of these two notions Part barnyard antics part surreal adventure Deborah Freedman at last returns with a picture book that uses a minimum of words to create for us a fairly complex notion On a rainy day on a desk in a home sits an unfinished painting of a sleepy barnyard scene Curious one of the chickens in the picture notices the nearby jars of paint just outside of the frame Unfortunately for her this natural curiosity leads to an unprecedented spill that threatens to cover every animal in the picture The ducklings are fairly cool about it but the other creatures are distinctly displeased In her effort to make things right the chicken comes across a clear liuid that manages to wipe out all the unwanted blue except in the sky above Content the animals settle down back again Only the final image in the book suggests where the chicken might be poking her nosy little beak next Now normally when drawn characters take their lives into their own hands the story makes it very clear that these are characters in a book breaking free of the shackles of the printed page What s interesting about Deborah Freedman s book is that she prefers to imagine worlds where people do the drawing coloring and painting In her previous book Scribble the drawings of two little girls come to life and get a little wild across the page Likewise in Blue Chicken it s a drawing on a barnyard that contains all the reuisite characters Freedman isn t tempted to challenge the very notion of reading a book like David Wiesner did in The Three Pigs or Mordecai Gerstein in A Book Her interest seems focused on what our imagination s characters are capable of rather than the characters dreamed up by the third party I like the way she thinks There s a great deal of joy and action to this book as well I can t imagine what techniue Freedman tapped into for this title but it sure feels like real watercolors on the page There s a splatter techniue at work here that wouldn t be impossible to replicate on a computer paging William Low but at this point in our development I have yet to see a computer replicate the sheer randomness of askew paint droplets as beautifully as we find here Nor the feathering of the edges of the paint as it climbs up the chicken s body Nor the sheer messy layering of the paint as it dapples the other chickens torsos Limited in a sense to a single color the book doesn t contain the sheer mind blowing splatter pandemonium of I Ain t Gonna Paint No More but Freedman still uses the color she has to create wonderful little moments of action From the splash of the chicken s feet in the blue paint sea to the strange action splatter that almost resembles angry animals when she finds that she is Sincerely sorry for such a seemingly simple book Freedman has a lot to play around with here Now there is one moment in this book that may cause a little confusion Folks with a knowledge of painting may parse it better than a five year old At one point the blue chicken is rightfully accused of some pretty wanton destruction Apologetic she discovers a glass jar containing a clear liuid and some paintbrushes When the chicken topples this particular jar out spills a kind of substance that washes all the animals and their settings with the exception of their sky clean as a whistle The word turpentine is never invoked It s a big word It might not fit in a book that uses sentences this simple Freedman is very careful with her word choices you can tell There s not a syllable out of place or an unwanted term hovering anywhere With that in mind I would have liked at least some vague or glossed over explanation of what the liuid was up to Though to be honest it may be enough for kids to simply understand that this glass jar contained something powerful enough to cleanse away the fowl s colorful mischief Sometimes in my library I ll run across a patron with a particularly specific reuest I need a picture book that s just about the letter T I need a picture book about the history of Persia Slightly easier I need a picture book about the color blue Bingo Until now I might have only been able to come up with Jim Averbeck s In a Blue Room or maybe Blue 2 by David A Carter Blue Chicken will have to be slotted in there first and foremost now Playful and surreal without getting so kooky that it loses its audience Freedman knows how to write a picture book that s bound to get kids and their parental units reading and rereading over and over and over again For ages 4 8 Narrativas do Espólio every animal in the picture The ducklings are fairly cool about it but the other creatures are distinctly displeased In her Vanara the legend of Baali Sugreeva and Tara effort to make things right the chicken comes across a clear liuid that manages to wipe out all the unwanted blue The Cloud Magician except in the sky above Content the animals settle down back again Only the final image in the book suggests where the chicken might be poking her nosy little beak next Now normally when drawn characters take their lives into their own hands the story makes it very clear that these are characters in a book breaking free of the shackles of the printed page What s interesting about Deborah Freedman s book is that she prefers to imagine worlds where people do the drawing coloring and painting In her previous book Scribble the drawings of two little girls come to life and get a little wild across the page Likewise in Blue Chicken it s a drawing on a barnyard that contains all the reuisite characters Freedman isn t tempted to challenge the very notion of reading a book like David Wiesner did in The Three Pigs or Mordecai Gerstein in A Book Her interest seems focused on what our imagination s characters are capable of rather than the characters dreamed up by the third party I like the way she thinks There s a great deal of joy and action to this book as well I can t imagine what techniue Freedman tapped into for this title but it sure feels like real watercolors on the page There s a splatter techniue at work here that wouldn t be impossible to replicate on a computer paging William Low but at this point in our development I have yet to see a computer replicate the sheer randomness of askew paint droplets as beautifully as we find here Nor the feathering of the Strange Energies, Hidden Powers edges of the paint as it climbs up the chicken s body Nor the sheer messy layering of the paint as it dapples the other chickens torsos Limited in a sense to a single color the book doesn t contain the sheer mind blowing splatter pandemonium of I Ain t Gonna Paint No More but Freedman still uses the color she has to create wonderful little moments of action From the splash of the chicken s feet in the blue paint sea to the strange action splatter that almost resembles angry animals when she finds that she is Sincerely sorry for such a seemingly simple book Freedman has a lot to play around with here Now there is one moment in this book that may cause a little confusion Folks with a knowledge of painting may parse it better than a five year old At one point the blue chicken is rightfully accused of some pretty wanton destruction Apologetic she discovers a glass jar containing a clear liuid and some paintbrushes When the chicken topples this particular jar out spills a kind of substance that washes all the animals and their settings with the Demeter and Persephone the Seasons of Time exception of their sky clean as a whistle The word turpentine is never invoked It s a big word It might not fit in a book that uses sentences this simple Freedman is very careful with her word choices you can tell There s not a syllable out of place or an unwanted term hovering anywhere With that in mind I would have liked at least some vague or glossed over Kral Kaybederse explanation of what the liuid was up to Though to be honest it may be 44 microstorie di fantascienza enough for kids to simply understand that this glass jar contained something powerful Enslaved enough to cleanse away the fowl s colorful mischief Sometimes in my library I ll run across a patron with a particularly specific reuest I need a picture book that s just about the letter T I need a picture book about the history of Persia Slightly Mindstorms: Children, Computers, and Powerful Ideas easier I need a picture book about the color blue Bingo Until now I might have only been able to come up with Jim Averbeck s In a Blue Room or maybe Blue 2 by David A Carter Blue Chicken will have to be slotted in there first and foremost now Playful and surreal without getting so kooky that it loses its audience Freedman knows how to write a picture book that s bound to get kids and their parental units reading and rereading over and over and over again For ages 4 8

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Read & download Blue Chicken Blue Chicken Review Õ 102 Havoc in a farmyard with a pot of blue paint The innocent chicken just wants to help but things get worse and worse and bluer and bluer the she tr. For me the illustrations are everything for this book I love them They are adorable clever talented humorous and detailed enough to keep a child toddler and up uite entertained in a lap read or read alone In a storytime probably for preschool age if the kids can see you could have them tell you what they observe in the pictures Very fun story and I love it when there is much than what is being said101712 I really wanted to try this in a storytime just to see But I don t think I did it justice I think the older kids enjoyed it The new younger kids liked all the blue and saying Blue with the others Overall the kids liked the book They didn t seem to uite get the ending But they liked seeing the big mess made and then seeing it cleaned up Used in a birds theme92414 Used in my art theme Went well I have a younger crowd now but this still seemed to work They followed the story and they caught on about the sky and barn at the end

  • Hardcover
  • 34
  • Blue Chicken
  • Deborah Freedman
  • English
  • 24 June 2018
  • 9780670012930