Illustrated by Istvan Banyai
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 64 pages, 1 Illustrations, unspecified
- Publisher: Penguin Putnam Inc
- Publication Date: 01/07/1998
- Category: Picture books
- ISBN: 9780140557749
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Review by linnaea44
Zoom would be an excellent book for studying photography and art. This book would help with the importance of details and investigating the picture. This book would be great for all ages, the pictures really tell millions of stories which would be great for a writing assignment. It would also be fun to play a game with this book, trying to guess what the next picture will be. I really enjoyed looking at this book.
Review by bscano
Buy two books and take the pages out of one book (pull the staples and cut in half along the seam-line). Laminate the pages and ask your students to put the pages in order along the floor or a table. This is a great lesson in "sequence of events" and a hilarious group activity!
Review by bcowie
This wordless picture book starts out as a picture of a boy on a cruise ship, but as the pages turn, we find that what we saw before is only a small part of the bigger picture. Finally, the end of the book is the earth in space.I thought this book was cleverly done. It was fun to turn the page to find out what the bigger picture was that included what I had seen before. This book would be good inspiration for art projects. Students could create a small picture and a bigger picture that includes what they had drawn in the smaller picture.
Review by Jill.Barrington
Different perspectives beginning with one image are presented, taking the reader on a surprising journey.
Review by feboudre
This wordless picture book creates the effect of a camera lens that is zooming out. Each page reveals the same picture but zoomed out until finally you are looking at Earth from outer space. The book is cute and if you read it backward it is like you are zooming into each picture.Genre: FictionAge(s): 4-9
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