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Remarkable illustrations from 15 internationally acclaimed artists (including Leo and Diane Dillon, Robert Ingpen, Razl Colsn) complement a beautifully poetic story about hopes and dreams by bestselling author Susan V. Bosak (Something to Remember Me By). From the smallest personal beginnings to the largest human triumphs, why are we here if not to dream? As you open the Dream Chest, you're whisked away on a colorful journey of a lifetime. WHOOSH through the teddy bears and castles of childhood. WHOOSH again into the labyrinths and mountains of adulthood. A celebration of living and dreaming, children will discover all the possibilities within themselves and adults will be reminded that their best can be just ahead. This is a book to treasure, to share, and to give as a gift for everyone, at any age, who dreams.

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"Bosak's (Something to Remember Me By) inspirational gift book urges children to go ahead and dream, and tells them how. The narrator says that dreams are living things — 'Dreams grow like seeds./ They need to take root,/ then stretch toward the sun./ They grow slowly./ They must be tended to' — and details the strength that each stage of human life brings to bear on the process. 'To grow a dream/ .../ You need/ the Believe of childhood,/ the Do of youth,/ and the Think of experience.' Although the narrator ably describes a journey of spiritual unfolding, he or she remains unseen, so readers lack a character to guide them through this interior journey. An assortment of artists, each of whom provide one-and-a-half page illustrations, and their varied styles lead to a fragmented visual experience, further distancing youngsters from the book. Because the artwork of Ral Coln and of Leo and Diane Dillon appears as pairs of illustrations on consecutive spreads, their images work most effectively; they convey a progression that parallels the text. Other standout images include Barbara Reid's plasticine bas-relief of a girl looking through her legs ('When my legs began to take me places,/ my favorite colors were bright'), and Michle Lemieux's drawing in blue ink depicting human figures perched along the kinks and snarls of an enormous ropelike structure, aptly representing the teen years. But too often the stand-alone illustrations make for a disjointed reading experience, contributing to a sense of the book as a beautifully produced (extended) greeting card. Ages 5-9." Publishers Weekly (Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information, Inc.)

Product Details

ISBN:
9781896232041
Author:
Ingpen, Robert
Author:
Ingpen, Robert
Illustrator:
Bennett, James
Publisher:
TCP Press
Subject:
Children's 4-8 - Picturebooks
Subject:
Social Situations - General
Subject:
Social Issues - General
Subject:
Children's poetry, American
Subject:
Dreams
Subject:
Children s Young Adult-Social Issue Fiction-General
Subject:
Children s Young Adult-Social Issue Fiction
Publication Date:
20041031
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
, Y
Pages:
40
Dimensions:
11.20x8.95x.39 in. .95 lbs.
Children's Book Type:
Picture / Wordless
Age Level:
04-08

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Bosak's (Something to Remember Me By) inspirational gift book urges children to go ahead and dream, and tells them how. The narrator says that dreams are living things — 'Dreams grow like seeds./ They need to take root,/ then stretch toward the sun./ They grow slowly./ They must be tended to' — and details the strength that each stage of human life brings to bear on the process. 'To grow a dream/ .../ You need/ the Believe of childhood,/ the Do of youth,/ and the Think of experience.' Although the narrator ably describes a journey of spiritual unfolding, he or she remains unseen, so readers lack a character to guide them through this interior journey. An assortment of artists, each of whom provide one-and-a-half page illustrations, and their varied styles lead to a fragmented visual experience, further distancing youngsters from the book. Because the artwork of Ral Coln and of Leo and Diane Dillon appears as pairs of illustrations on consecutive spreads, their images work most effectively; they convey a progression that parallels the text. Other standout images include Barbara Reid's plasticine bas-relief of a girl looking through her legs ('When my legs began to take me places,/ my favorite colors were bright'), and Michle Lemieux's drawing in blue ink depicting human figures perched along the kinks and snarls of an enormous ropelike structure, aptly representing the teen years. But too often the stand-alone illustrations make for a disjointed reading experience, contributing to a sense of the book as a beautifully produced (extended) greeting card. Ages 5-9." Publishers Weekly (Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information, Inc.)
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