Brendan Wenzel’s near wordless “Hello Hello”  has a visually strong layout that encourages animal comparisons using concepts like size and color. The back matter identifies all animals and the author writes of his purpose, his fear of their endangerment.
Brendan Wenzel’s near wordless “Hello Hello” has a visually strong layout that encourages animal comparisons using concepts like size and color. The back matter identifies all animals and the author writes of his purpose, his fear of their endangerment. Chronicle
Brendan Wenzel’s near wordless “Hello Hello” has a visually strong layout that encourages animal comparisons using concepts like size and color. The back matter identifies all animals and the author writes of his purpose, his fear of their endangerment. Chronicle

These children's books may not have words, but their images say so much

July 05, 2018 01:36 PM