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MirrorMask (Povestiri Neil Gaiman)

De (autor) Ilustrat de Dave McKean
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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 03 Nov 2008

Sony Pictures premiered MirrorMask (directed by Dave McKean, written by Neil Gaiman and produced by The Jim Henson Company) at the Sundance Film Festival in 2005 This full colour graphic novella features art from the movie interspersed with all new illustrations

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780747599869
ISBN-10: 0747599866
Pagini: 80
Ilustrații: Colour
Dimensiuni: 246 x 246 x 9 mm
Greutate: 0.35 kg
Ediția: Media tie-in
Editura: Bloomsbury Publishing
Colecția Bloomsbury Children's Books
Seria Povestiri Neil Gaiman

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Caracteristici

A wonderful addition to the Gaiman/McKean titles published by Bloomsbury

Notă biografică

Neil Gaiman is British and lives in the USA. He is the author of many highly acclaimed novels for adults and children and he has a cult following for his work in the graphic novel arena. Neil also writes screenplays and two of his own works are now films - Stardust and Coraline. Dave McKean has created illustrations and photographs for hundreds of CD, book and comics covers, and is probably best known for his graphic novels. Dave also illustrated the bestselling children's books Coraline and The Wolves in the Walls (shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal) as well as the forthcoming The Graveyard Book.


Recenzii

Praise for The Wolves in the Walls:'This book is quite extraordinary. Extraordinary and scary. But also madly inventive and madly funny. It illustrates two things that it is quite crucial to remember for this age group: you are never, ever too old for picture books and that even when you can read quite fluently - which many at the top end of this age range will be able to do - a story shared is a story that doubles in pleasure'
'This spectacular book, with its stylish blend of photography, paint, collage and drawing does not look like most children's picture books. It bypasses the cosy, simplified clichés of child appeal, which makes it absolutely intriguing for youngsters. It is atmospheric, sinister, scary and funny ...This is a book for cool kids who will grow up to be fearless'
'One of the most stylish picture books for 5+ ... a strange, cathartic, visually original book about a scary prediction that comes true, and is also classy and cool'
'Gaiman's words and McKean's pictures are a match made in ... some dark damp inspirational place. With gems like this and "The Wolves in the Walls" the pair are extending the audience for picture books'
Praise for The Wolves in the Walls: 'This book is quite extraordinary. Extraordinary and scary. But also madly inventive and madly funny. It illustrates two things that it is quite crucial to remember for this age group: you are never, ever too old for picture books and that even when you can read quite fluently - which many at the top end of this age range will be able to do - a story shared is a story that doubles in pleasure' Guardian 'This spectacular book, with its stylish blend of photography, paint, collage and drawing does not look like most children's picture books. It bypasses the cosy, simplified cliches of child appeal, which makes it absolutely intriguing for youngsters. It is atmospheric, sinister, scary and funny ...This is a book for cool kids who will grow up to be fearless' Sunday Times 'One of the most stylish picture books for 5+ ... a strange, cathartic, visually original book about a scary prediction that comes true, and is also classy and cool' Sunday Times Books of the Year 'Gaiman's words and McKean's pictures are a match made in ... some dark damp inspirational place. With gems like this and "The Wolves in the Walls" the pair are extending the audience for picture books' Time Out