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CHARACTERS ´ The Zoo Box ☆ When Erika and Patrick's parents leave them home alone for the night they head straight to the attic to explore When they open a mysterious box hundreds of animals come pouring out Soon the town is awash in and zoo animals until Erika and Patrick discover that the tables have been turned and the animals now run a zoo full of Aron Neils Steinke have created a gentle fantastical adventure for the very youngest of readers  The Zoo Box will be a terrific introduction to comics for both learning readers and their parents. This story tells a fun and interesting story about two children named Erika and Patrick Erika and Patrick's parent leave them alone at home then the two children go to the attic to see what's there They found a Do Not Open box but they opened it Suddenly there are many many animals release from the box The two children now found themselves within an odd situation because now the roles are switched The animals now who are the visitors to the zoo full of humansThe simple text is easily understandable In addition this story including onomatopoeia which helps to liven the story which I really like it I believe that The Zoo Book enhance a child's imagination by imagining the story like it was happening to them and how the animal look at them as they looking for the animals at the zoo in the real life To analyze the illustrations the first thing I noticed when I looked for this book the bright and vibrant colors Also this color represents the mood of the story The text common in the weight bubbles or circles in the pictures The kind of color in this picture it looks like it coloring by a computer programs not by hand The first page back endpaper of the books are same they show the purple zebra stripes which help the children to indicate that this book will have the animals as the main character in this story The books have some vertical Lines which indicate stability such as a vertical line that used in the home Also most of the lines are thick lines because it is providing emphasis However the style of the pages is different because some pages have vertical lines to separate elements in the image and some not In addition some pages contain 4 pictures With regard to shapes and patterns are visible There are rarely sharp shapes most of the counters are not sharp So the book has many circles indicates to comfort protection endlessness In the end the artistic style is cartoon and imagination at the same time Finally I will recommend this book for the children than 5 because it need a good imagination to be enjoyed with this story

Ariel Cohn ☆ 0 CHARACTERS

When Erika and Patrick's parents leave them home alone for the night they head straight to the attic to explore When they open a mysterious box hundreds of animals come pouring out Soon the town i. I know this is for beginning readers and children under 7 but I don't think that means the art has to look like it was done in 5 minutes I really didn't like the art But that's just me I'm sure others appreciate itThis is a Zumanji take Kids find a hat box while the parents are away and they open it releasing all kinds of animals This is short uick and it's an ok story I'm sure a younger person would really enjoy this It's just outside my enjoyment zone There's always out there

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The Zoo BoxS awash in and zoo animals until Erika and Patrick discover that the tables have been turned and the animals now run a zoo full of humans With simple text and bright graphic art Ariel Cohn and. Erika and Patrick’s parents are off for an evening fun and if the kids behave they’ll get to go to the zoo tomorrow First though Erika and Patrick decide to have a bit of fun dressing up in animals costumes and exploring the attic And what to their wandering and playful eyes appear But a box that says “do not open” which tempts them to draw ever closer And upon opening the box that says “do not open” an entire menagerie of animals appears They follow the animals and to a zoo where they discover the humans are the exhibits What will they ever do when the animals say booThis is one of those books that you pick up and you can’t help remembering back to your own childhood and reading books like Jumanji or Where the Wild Things Are for the very first time Books where children become part of the wild creature rumpus and everything is toppsy turvy Wife and husband team Ariel Cohn and Aron Nels Steinke have created a fun and enjoyable story one that all ages can enjoy and thinkwhat would you do if zoo animals were chasing after you And while there isn’t much “text” there is a lot happening in the story in the wordless panels and in the gutter space and none of that happens by accident Ariel does a great job of communicating to the reader with no words Erika and Patrick’s adventure following the animals to and around the zoo and then running back home just ahead of them to escape It isn’t an easy thing to do but Ariel’s writing pulls it off wellAron’s illustrations are simple and whimsical in nature that capture the lively moment of Erika and Patrick and the animals they encounter Some of my favorite scenes are of Erika and Patrick running up the stairs in the movement we often see young children running at full limb and lose thump thump thumping up the stairs Even better is that the Erika and Patrick while distinct characters in their own right are drawn in such a way its easy for any kid to put themselves in their place The home and other settings are familiar as well helping to create a book and story that is easy to slip into When we see the home it isn’t a perfect “picture book” home It has a crooked picture on the wall a softly glowing lamp with a titled light shade and a book lying on the floor spine up of course waiting to be read If you’ve read some of the other reviews just stop This is a fun and enjoyable kids book It is something that is meant to be read shared treasured and read again and again Remember what it was like reading Jumanji or Where the Wild Things Are and let this be that type of book for a new reader Enjoy the adventure and wonder what you would do if animals said boo to you Four out of five stars and recommended for all agesARC provided by Gina at First Second