Synopses & Reviews
In a distinctive oversize package and illustrated with Joand#235;lle Jolivetand#8217;s signature retro, eye-catching style, Oops!
follows a family through the streets of Paris as they try to get to the airport for their vacation. Back at their apartment, their house-sitting aunt slips on some soap, setting off a chain reaction of events that create some extreme roadblocks for the familyand#8217;s trip. A movie shoot, a parade, policemen, rampaging bears, aliens, and much more collide in this remarkable new picture book adventure. The book includes a gatefold page at the end that explains in detail the train of chaos on the previous pages.and#160;Praise for 365 Penguins
Boston Globeand#150;Horn Book Honor Award
New York Times bestseller
Publishers Weekly bestseller
Seen on Martha TV
Heard on NPR
and#147;Piand#232;ce de rand#233;sistance . . . a real treat.and#8221; and#151;Daniel Pinkwater
and#147;Integrates challenging math concepts and environmental concerns into a clever narrative . . . Units on penguins and global warming will never be the same.and#8221; and#151;School Library Journal
and#147;Itand#8217;s the fun of the rapidly multiplying penguin horde that carries the bookand#8221; and#151;Chicago Tribune
The latest from Joelle Jolivet and Jean-Luc Fromental, the bestselling duo behind 365 Penguins, this book follows Rapido the messenger and hisand#160;van throughout the city as he delivers packages. Clever flaps on every page give him hints into peopleand#8217;s lives and clues as to what heand#8217;s delivering, and where. The objects that Rapido delivers are represented as symbols, which readers can decipher from the setting and the rhyme. To help with the clues, a packing list of all the objects in Rapidoand#8217;s truck is provided on the title page. Itand#8217;s an interactive treat that celebrates city life and transportation and that features the striking art that has made Jolivet an international sensation.
An innovative format and breathtaking concept meet in this trip around the world and back again. This 32-page book fan folds out into a single panorama that takes the reader from India to Ecuador and from Iceland to Romania. Each natural scene seamlessly runs into the next, incorporating each areaand#8217;s natural beauty and indigenous wildlife. On the reverse of the fanfold, the same scenes and locations are shown at night. Itand#8217;s a beautiful and memorable look at the world from differing perspectives, eye-catching and completely unique.
About the Author
Joand#235;lle Jolivet is the internationally acclaimed illustrator of 365 Penguins, a New York Times bestseller and Boston Globeand#150;Horn Book Honor Book. Publishers Weekly has called her books and#147;vibrantand#8221; and and#147;dazzling,and#8221; and School Library Journal said they are as and#147;aesthetically impressive as they are informative.and#8221; She lives in Paris, France. Fani Marceau has worked as a teacher, copy editor, book reviewer, and editor. Panorama is her first book. She lives in Paris, France.