Read Lines Online Free - It starts with a line. Whether made by the tip of a pencil
or the blade of a skate, the magic starts there.
And magic once again flows from the pencil and imagination of internationally acclaimed artist Suzy Lee. With the lightest of touches, this masterwork blurs the lines between real and imagined, reminding us why Lee's books have been lauded around the world, recognized on New York Times Best Illustrated Books lists and nominated for the Hans Christian Andersen Award, the highest international honor given to children's book creators. This seemingly simple story about a young skater on a frozen pond will charm the youngest of readers while simultaneously astounding book enthusiasts of any age.
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
December 08, 2017
Wave, Shadow, Mirror, Zoo, and now Lines, which for some time takes Lee's already spare approach to bare bones: Lines, made by skates, for a young figure-skater, and for an artist, perhaps the artist herself. Beginning with the simple line, creation.
And then, one falls, and the artist crumples t...
December 11, 2017
Beautiful - visual poetry.
September 18, 2017
Just beautiful. Classic Suzy Lee. The cover is duel textured. Truly cool. You can imagine so many stories throughout the stunning wordless pages. Perfect for all year round and especially perfect during the winter ice skating months. I love it and better yet-so will the kids!
December 02, 2017
A lone skater gracefully dances across these snow white pages leaving lines in their wake. The figure twirls and glides happily, until they suffer a stumble, prompting the penciller to scrap everything. But this action leads to a new idea, and in slides another skater, and another… The once-white...
September 09, 2017
Beautiful, surprising wordless picture book.
July 07, 2017
Suzy Lee always delivers. And Lines doesn't disappoint with her signature wordless storytelling style relying on her gorgeous illustrations to take readers into unexpected places!
September 13, 2017
There are so many awesome messages packed into this beautiful wordless picture book. "It starts with a line," promises the book's jacket. And with that and a limited palette (the illustrations are rendered in pencil and the only color is red, in the skater's hat and mittens, until the end when th...
September 16, 2017
A joy of a book, with so much opportunity for discussion.
December 07, 2017
The exhilaration of making those first lines across fresh ice! But this delightful picture book by Suzy Lee is so much more.
Published by Chronicle Books.
#mustread #PB #art
November 02, 2017
Another beautiful wordless picturebook by Suzy Lee. The imagination and creativity of this title along with the use of white space is brilliant and gorgeous.
Pair it with "The Book of Mistakes" for a fascinating and creative discussion.