Where's Julius? Paperback
Illustrated by John Burningham
Julius is always too busy to come to meals - he's riding Egyptian camels, cooling hippos in the Lombo Bombo river or doing any number of important and daring activities which make it difficult to get to the table.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 32 pages, colour illustrations
- Publisher: Random House Children's Publishers UK
- Publication Date: 01/06/2001
- Category: Picture books
- ISBN: 9780099414292
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Review by kidlit9
Julius uses his bold imagination while he plays to enjoy fabulous escapades, shooting South American rapids and riding camels up pyramids.
Review by BarrettOlivia
Julius is more concerned with the bigger things in life rather than breakfast, lunch or dinner. It is always some wild adventure he is on, imaginary of course. He would pass up any meal to train owls, venture to Congo, or travel to Egypt. On on page, the art is simple and doodle like, but on the pages that depict his adventure, the illustrations are full of color and leaving no white space. This is the world that Julius would rather be in, not at the plain world involving a boring dinner table.
Review by tarannum93
This book was not particulary one of my favorites but it does display imagintion which is enjoyable for the students. Whenever his mom and dad are looking for him, Julius, is somewhere else doing adventorous activites. He is always on some wild adventure. It is up to the student to decide if it is true or just Juluis's imagination.