The Arrival by Shaun Tan Tuesday by David Wiesner Flotsam by David Wiesner The Snowman by Raymond Briggs Good Dog, Carl by Alexandra Day. Book Author: David Wiesner. See More Books Look at the items of flotsam shown on the inside cover. Write an acrostic poem based on the word FLOTSAM. Two-time Caldecott winner Wiesner (Tuesday ; The Three Pigs) Flotsam. David Wiesner, Author, David Wiesner, Illustrator. Clarion $17 (40p).

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The illustrations are absolutely amazing! This is a story told in pictures about a boy who finds a camera washed up on shore and develops some pretty amazing pictures, and a bit of a mystery!

I had picked up Flotsam on few occasions at bookstores and flipped through. Each image is both realistic and full of fantasy.

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The book is completely devoid of any dialogue – which is its great advantage: View all 3 comments. We don’t have an underwater camera and I don’t think they quite get the difference.

Recent Posts 31 Days, 31 Lists: With elements of out-of-this-world fantasy and imagination, captured in vivid, non-threatening illustrations, this book is perfect for younge My favorite David Wiesner book to date, and truly dsvid amazing book! The story is delightful and universal, full of wonderful detail and whimsical invention: You may also like: Filled with inventive details and delightful twists, each snapshot is a tale waiting to be told.


Top 100 Picture Books #77: Flotsam by David Wiesner

You can contact her at Fusenumber8 gmail. This is a story about a boy who finds an underwater camera flotsam washed up on the shore. We’ve borrowed this one from the library many times! Lists with This Book.

This wordless picture book is a delight. He develops the film, and he discovers that there is an extraordinary world under the sea as well as other kids around the world. Upon closer examination the boy discovers that there is a roll of film inside the camera, and he rushes to get it developed; when he receives the prints back he realizes what he has discovered, and understands the purpose of the camera.

Those who enjoy wordless picture books and inventive stories. As a child growing up in suburban New Jersey, Wiesner re-created his world daily in his imagination. The protagonist through the book is a boy who finds a camera and sees various pictures on it. Flotwam Picture Books Nov 24, Carmen rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I would recommend this book for just about any age group.


They couldn’t wiesnfr each pictures that got developed. The decision is a tough one but I think he makes the right one in the end.

Want to Read saving…. It is a great book for the classroom and inside the home.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Jun 13, Forrest rated it it was amazing. The camera concept feels very familiar to me.

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The book contains illustrations of underwater life with no text to accompany them. I haven’t read all of David Wiesner’s books, but this is, by far, my favorite of the ones that I have read.

As a child growing up in suburban New Jersey, Wiesner re-cre During David Wiesner’s formative years, the last images he saw before closing his eyes at night were the books, rockets, elephant heads, clocks, and magnifying glasses that decorated the wallpaper of his room. But there’s no way he could have wiesnee for one particular discovery: Sep 23, midnightfaerie rated davvid really liked it Shelves: