A Long Piece of String

A Long Piece of String

William Wondriska / Oct 28, 2020

A Long Piece of String Look A long piece of string Let s follow it Stunning in both its boldness and simplicity this rediscovered classic by distinguished graphic designer William Wondriska originally published in l

  • Title: A Long Piece of String
  • Author: William Wondriska
  • ISBN: 9780811874939
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Look A long piece of string Let s follow it Stunning in both its boldness and simplicity, this rediscovered classic by distinguished graphic designer William Wondriska, originally published in 1963, leads readers on a clever journey of discovery and delight.

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    1. This book surprised me. I was reading it with my son and we were whizzing along through it, watching the long piece of string loop around all sorts of objects and interesting things; and I was wondering where the author was taking us. Really was without a clue. And we got to the end and I was thinking 'what?!?' and then I came to the page where the author just out and told me what I had missed, and then I went Oooh and smiled and thought to myself that this was a clever little book.Now of course [...]

    2. If you like vintage kids books, that a good choice! My daughter and I enjoy very much the simplicity of its graphic design. The book is also ideal for bilingual kids. Because for me it's not a book about abc, but about the relation between pictures and sounds, between words in different languages, between drawings and storytelling too. There is so much to create about this single piece of string! The choices of objects and animals are somehow surprising too; it seems to me that they have been se [...]

    3. Classic (1963) children's book with a both conventional and also surprising ending. Silent, but bears some relation for me to the seemingly random imaginative plot development of Harold and the Purple Crayon. A string moves along, like the pen line it also is, encircling various seemingly random objects. Highly recommend finding it for kids of all ages.

    4. My kids picked out this book. My sons loved to trace the string with their fingers. They had fun trying to guess the name of the object on the page, trying to match it to the letter in the alphabet we were supposed to be on. To read our full review (complete with the kids' opinions!) go to The Reading Tub®.

    5. Oh my gosh - this book is so lovely in its simplicity. Hurray to Chronicle Books for bringing this book, originally copyrighted in 1963, into my life. Thinking about the alphabet has never been so fun for me!

    6. Very simple. No words. An alphabet book, but the reader must provide the words. All connected with a piece of string.

    7. Considering this book is 47 years old is pretty amazing in all of it's simpleness. An alphabet book completely without words. The black string and the red pictures contrast beautifully.

    8. This wordless alphabet book shows objects for each letter of the alphabet connected by a long piece of string. My favorite was the volcano for V.

    9. A simple book with orange block illustrations wrapped with a single piece of string. The book is actually an alphabet book of sorts-- the string tangles around objects from A to Z.

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