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However, in his early years Sendak had a fine eye for page design and in this respect Matthew Cordell follows squarely in Mr. Consider the book Where the Wild Things Are.
As you read through that book you watch the margins. You pay close attention to what happens when images spread to the pages edges or contract into nice, tight squares.
Wolf in the Snow is equally fascinating in this respect. The book opens with a cozy image that, at the same time, takes up a full page.
Not so here. Cordell sets the stage instantly with a wordless family scene. We are watching this, through a window, from outside in the snow. After a turned page we get another full two-page spread that goes to the edges of the pages, showing the girl waving at her dog as she tromps off to school.
Cordell is taking us from a cozy interior to a land with wide-open sky. A sky that could, potentially, cause that little girl some trouble.
The girl is now enclosed on the left-hand page in a tight bubble. Just sky and snow. Snow and sky. And while Cordell does use panels on occasion for the sake of narrative brevity, for the most part he keeps his images big and bold and full-page.
Snow and wordless books go together like hot chocolate and marshmallows. Admittedly Mr. But it is the animals that are allowed to speak in this book.
Not the humans. No one reading this book would want there to be any text, though. This book is commendable for its clarity.
Many is the library that will Mylar that cover in a thick plastic sheath and tape it soundly to the book inside. If they do, loads of children will miss that fact that under the cover is an entire photo album of the two main characters.
On the front cover you have the girl and her parents. It is, actually, the only time in the book that you can see her not wearing her customary red coat.
On the back cover is the wolf cub and its family. There is even a moment of true affection between the cub and its mother, unseen in the book itself.
Whether these picture take place before or after the events in the book is difficult to say. This is a book the celebrates the art of picture book storytelling in a very pure form.
The page underneath is white too. Wolf in the Snow is a quest story, albeit a truncated one. Practical, artistic, original, experimental, and ultimately hopeful.
For ages View all 4 comments. Nov 22, Hilary rated it liked it Recommended to Hilary by: Found in the library. Shelves: friendship , winter-childrens-books , wolves.
This almost wordless picture book shows a little girl leaving school in the snow and finding a wolf cub exhausted and seperated from it's family.
She carries the cub back to it's family only to find that she is exhausted herself and collapses on her way home. This was a nice story about helping and gaining the wolves help in return.
The pictures were a bit confusing, I liked the drawings of the wolves but the humans all looked like elves and had what looked like white bandages wrapped around thei This almost wordless picture book shows a little girl leaving school in the snow and finding a wolf cub exhausted and seperated from it's family.
The pictures were a bit confusing, I liked the drawings of the wolves but the humans all looked like elves and had what looked like white bandages wrapped around their mouths and foreheads.
At first I thought this was a beard but then realised it was a little girl. It was an odd combination for the wolves to be realistic but the humans to be cartoon and elf like.
A nice winter story about helping others. This one was just okay. I don't enjoy wordless picture books, like I don't care for Cordell's art style and just found the entire book to be tremendously underwhelming, especially considering its status as a Caldecott Medal winner.
View all 3 comments. Aug 12, Manybooks rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books-no-words , childrens-literature , book-reviews , kindness.
However and my appreciation of and affection for the wordless storyline of Wolf in the Snow quite notwithstanding and even though I do realise that Wolf in the Snow won the Caldecott Medal , personally and according to my own tastes, I have just NOT really found Matthew Cordell's award-winning artwork all that aesthetically engaging and visually attractive.
For while I do consider that the wolves and most of the natural scenery in Wolf in the Snow have been delightfully and realistically enough rendered, especially the little girl in red, she just does not look all that physically pleasant, all that realistically appealing or indeed not even all that human in form, as she kind of appears rather like triangularly shaped reddish ghost-like creature.
And yes, I do indeed have to wonder and question a bit why ALL of the depicted humans appear as though they are clad like geometric forms when they are outside , and this especially since it does not appear to be the case with the wolves, dogs and other wildlife, that in Wolf in the Snow , the only strangely drawn by illustrator Matthew Cordell characters are the humans, are the little girl in red and her family who certainly do look like rather strange triangles to and for men eyes.
Nov 12, Whispering Stories rated it it was amazing. Book Reviewed on www. As she walks across the land trying to find her way home she comes across a lost wolf pup who is cold and scared.
Although she is lost herself she is determined to reunite the wolf with his family and sets out looking for them. They say a picture is worth a thousand words and believe me these pictures show exactly what this phrase means.
The book is so beautiful and I completely adore it. Apr 18, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: new-favorites , picture-books , own , award-winners.
Wordless, but so precious a story, and the art is fantastic. My kids love to look through it, I love to look through it, we all love this book!
Dec 15, Danielle rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture-books. Oh, this one will make you cry in the best way!
Great moments, great emotion, great sound effects. Feb 24, Jillian Heise rated it it was amazing Shelves: pic-books-community-building , 1-to-add-to-the-collection , wsra-picbk , picture-books-on-my-shelf , pic-books-perseverance , pic-books-wordless.
A definite must-add to any wordless picture book collection. Helping to develop empathy and understanding of all creatures, and acknowledgement of the role of the wilderness, are all addressed without text in Matthew Cordell's engaging illustration style.
The snowy scenery and the determination of the main character jump off the page. And the parallelism of the storylines from the two perspectives of the little girl with her family, and the wolf cub with his pack, add a depth and level of compas A definite must-add to any wordless picture book collection.
And the parallelism of the storylines from the two perspectives of the little girl with her family, and the wolf cub with his pack, add a depth and level of compassion to the story of doing all you can to help others.
Feb 13, Jamie rated it it was ok Shelves: childrens-ya. I honestly do not understand why this won the Caldecott Medal this year.
It is a lovely book if dangerous--kids should NOT "befriend" wild baby wolves and return them to their wild mothers, but hey, it IS a book, so The illustration is fun and sketchy but nothing unusual or impressive.
Someone who appreciated it more can please explain what I am missing! Jan 09, Kate rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , picture-books , wordless , animals.
Apr 17, Zoe's Human rated it did not like it. I'm also a fan of the wordless picture book, which this essentially is only with sound effects.
I'm bothered by anything that positively portrays taking in baby wild animals or touching wild animals in a non-fantasy setting.
Too many wild animals end up dead or injured because of well-intended humans. Most wild animals that attack and get put down, do that because of mistakes humans make in interacting with them.
Most of the humans that get hurt by wild an So Most of the humans that get hurt by wild animals, get hurt because they tried to interact with them as though they were a skittish pet.
I'm sure the right grown-up could make that a part of the conversation about this book. It could even be a great discussion about how important it is not to "help" baby wild animals or feed them, because you can do great harm not meaning to.
You could go into what a child should do if they find an injured or "lost" animal. But let's be real here, when animals die because of human mistakes, it's just as often an adult that didn't know better as not.
Feb 28, Philip rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books , caldecott. This is one of the years I'm relatively unimpressed. Not that any of this year's books are undeserving, they just don't speak to me like those in years past.
This is my favorite of the bunch, a wordless story of beautiful watercolor illustrations. It's sweet and touching and makes me want a wolf pup just kidding I know that's a bad idea.
Illustrations: 4 Story: 4. Feb 18, Edward Sullivan rated it it was amazing Shelves: wordless-almost-wordless , picture-books. A nearly wordless, beautifully rendered, richly satisfying meditation on friendship, kindness, and trust.
Feb 12, Josiah rated it did not like it. I'm reading Wolf in the Snow for the first time on February 12, , the day it was announced to have won the Caldecott Medal as the preeminent American picture book of I'd never read any of Matthew Cordell's work, and that's what I like about the Caldecott awards: being introduced to authors and illustrators I might never come across on my own, who occasionally become favorites.
We're treated to an elaborate show of Matthew Cordell's art in Wolf in the Snow , a nearly wordless story of t I'm reading Wolf in the Snow for the first time on February 12, , the day it was announced to have won the Caldecott Medal as the preeminent American picture book of We're treated to an elaborate show of Matthew Cordell's art in Wolf in the Snow , a nearly wordless story of two youngsters stranded outdoors during a snowstorm.
Lives hang in the balance as a girl dressed in red and a lost wolf club cross paths in this frozen wasteland. Headed home from school, the girl loses her way in the high snowdrifts and swirling winds.
Some distance away, a wolf pack travels through the storm without realizing their littlest member has been left behind. Numb with cold and exhausted from wandering, the girl and wolf find each other.
The girl picks up the cub and sets off in search of its family, braving new dangers to keep it safe, but the greatest danger comes when she stands face to face with a full-grown wolf who doesn't know why a human is holding its wolf cub.
The girl's trek to reunite the cub with its pack has cost her crucial time to save herself, but even out in nature a selfless deed may be rewarded.
Is there opportunity to create a happy ending for everyone involved? Matthew Cordell's artistic ability is best seen in his closeups of the wolves.
The feral, unpredictable energy in their eyes indicates what the lost girl is up against. She wouldn't stand a chance if the wolves opted to attack.
The landscape renderings are also nice, but it's the wolves that stand out to me. I see why Wolf in the Snow won the Caldecott, though you can infer from my one-and-a-half star rating that I would have chosen differently.
The Caldecott is a tremendous honor, and I'm happy for Matthew Cordell. Once you win it, there's no going back.
Oct 23, The Library Lady rated it it was ok Shelves: picture-books , overrated-picture-books , picture-books-with-limited-kid-appe.
Seriously, this is the best illustrated book those sweet Caldecott people could find in ? They do know that that's what this award is for, don't they?
I had written about the art in my initial review, but having talked to a co-worker, I now know what the issue is for me. It's as if Cordell has 2 different styles here.
The people and the backgrounds look sort of like John Burningham's art. The backgrounds are pixelated and the people are awkwardly posed and lumpy, only Burningham manages to pull Seriously, this is the best illustrated book those sweet Caldecott people could find in ?
The backgrounds are pixelated and the people are awkwardly posed and lumpy, only Burningham manages to pull that off--perhaps because his books aren't wordless, but have lovely deadpan prose?
Meanwhile the wolves are naturalistic and realistic and look like they came out of another book. It just doesn't work as a whole!
Yet another medal winner that supports my belief that the Caldecott committees are made up of people who don't seem to get that these awards are given to KIDS books.
Jan 01, Cheryl rated it liked it. Red Riding Hood turned inside out. If only we lived in a world where beings could live in harmony, readily coming to the aid of each other.
And, erm, if only Cordell had chosen to draw the people a little bit more appealingly Feb 12, Carrie Gelson rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture-books , wordless , kindness , pbfavourite , caldecott18contender.
Oh this little book, how I love it! Feb 13, Rod Brown rated it it was ok. A young girl finds a lost wolf cub late one winter afternoon and proceeds to make a some very foolish decisions in this wordless story excepting some animal sounds.
This might have worked for me better if the main character didn't look like a walking pup tent in her winter coat and if the happy ending didn't seem like such a reach.
Dec 27, Margie rated it it was amazing Shelves: book-a-day , own-these-books. When you close the cover on some books the first time read and every time thereafter , you sit in stunned silence.
These books have enveloped you in the best kind of emotion. They are filled with faith, hope and yes They tell you we are all connected.
Each of our stories is connected to another story. Some stories, like the stories in these books, cross boundaries and borders in their universality.
These essential, significant stories remind us of stories in our own lives. They remind us When you close the cover on some books the first time read and every time thereafter , you sit in stunned silence.
They remind us of a fleeting moment when an animal too large to be a coyote moved from the shore of Lake Michigan, out of the brush, and crossed the road in front of you and your dog, of another time when a larger dog charged out of the woods bent on attacking you and your dog but right before your eyes your sweet fifty-pound Labrador pulled back her lips and barred her teeth turning into a wolf and of a long journey to your house after parent-teacher conferences at night during a blinding snowstorm when you pulled alongside a stopped car and a sobbing woman with children begged you to help her get home by following your car tracks.
On Christmas Day I read a book, a brilliant book, with many points to ponder but first it will, like all great stories, resonate with and awaken memories in anyone who reads it.
This title, Wolf In The Snow Feiwel and Friends, an imprint of Macmillan, January 3, , written and illustrated by Matthew Cordell is nearly wordless but the artwork speaks with such deepth you can feel its truth and warmth fill you from your head to your toes.
It ties the souls of all beings together. It asks us to be our best selves. Mar 22, Dolly rated it really liked it Recommends it for: parents reading with their children.
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