Re-Zoom has ratings and 65 reviews. Open this wordless book and take off on mind-bending visual journeys full of twists, turns, and surprises. Zoom f. Re-zoom by Istvan Banyai, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Open this wordless book and take off on mind-bending visual journeys full of twists, turns, and surprises. Zoom from an Egyptian pyramid to an.
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Other books in this series. Re-zooming, zooms in on something from the same scene. To reduce complexity for young groups e.
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ReZoom revisits the same idea as the original Zoom. Christmas in Noisy Village Astrid Lindgren. Each illustration zooms outward from the previous picture.
Each new page is a surprise. Overall I thought it was clever but unsure whether it is something I would recommend. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order reziom Beautiful design and lesson on attention to detail.
Each image is a full bleed, only allowing the reader to focus on certain parts of the image at a time. Looking for beautiful books?
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To rezlom it, click here. The reader is constantly seeing a new image and each image is different than the page before, with some of the image from the previous page in it. The reality has changed! The perspective has changed, and it’s the same thing, but it’s something completely different. I like the simplicity of the book so we are allowed to be left in awe, yet the art is so much more complex in comparison reozom the book’s overall layout.
Re-Zoom has the reader zooming out of rszoom individual photo. Re-Zoom revisits the joy of Zoom. Mar 04, Ashley Cousin rated it it was amazing. Each scene is tezoom farther away, revealing a scene. The illus ReZoom is a great wordless picture book that takes you on a journey through different perspectives.
Istvan Banyai’s Re-Zoom is a wordless postmodern picture book that carries an important message that everything is not what it seems from one point of view. I love that it takes the reader around the world to places such as China, Brazil, France, and Egypt. The book takes us through by starting out with an image that you may or may not be able to identify.
You turn the page, and you see what you previously saw, but it’s not the same.
This wordless follow-up to Zoom p. Oct 16, Ehab Fathy rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love that it t After reading Zoom, I was interested in looking at Re-zoom.
Nov 14, Olivia Henderson rated it liked it. Why was it hard to get the story together? It continues doing this until we end up on a train going into a dark tunnel and we are left with a speck on a black page. Isttvan for telling us about the problem.
What style of leadership might bayai worked best? What we thought was a man with a watch was a guy wearing a watch painting hieroglyphics. Other books in the series. Re-Zoom by Istvan Banyai is a wordless picture book that will engage almost any reader. This is a fun and educational group experience. The cover starts out very simple with just the title and a man touching a letter in the title which causes the letter to swirl.
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Zoom & Re-Zoom
It takes the reader on a wordless journey from one image to the next. What would have happened then? What can I say? Great for making predictions. This wordless picture book is picture-ception as each picture is in the next picture zooming out until the entire picture is in the next smaller picture.
The pictures are detailed and bright and bring a variety of cultural aspects to the forefront. Pre-readers can read and understand this and should find it fun, yet sometimes a bit of a challenge too, in a good way. I read both Zoom and Re-Zoom the follow up book back to back.
When everyone has arrived, explain that each person is holding part of a story and that the group task is to find out what the story is by putting their pictures in sequence. Recommending this one to my friends I read both Zoom and Re-Zoom the follow up book back to back. What communication methods might have worked better? Re-Zoom by Istvan Banyai is another wordless pcture book gem, that is a journey of perspective, with twists and surprises.