Magic By the Sea
Clues are hidden in the art. Game on!
When fresh-made artworks come to life, children and their grownups can hardly believe their eyes.
A colorful turtle with big dreams and extraordinary friends learn light-hearted magic, solve art mysteries and help each other find heart’s desire.
Owls play hide and seek and a teapot is in on the hoot.
This vacation dream expedition to creative culture by world known visionary Rosette Gault inspired by nature set in Maine includes more than 150 artworks, photos, map, lore, 304 p., 36 chapters with media-tie-in.
Fair Warning: Overgrownups, killjoys and sourpuss' may never be amused.
Selections from readers comments so far.
This story changed my definition of magic.
Dwellers in the Realm dared me to forget them. I lost that bet.
There is no book to compare. If you stir the spirit of Crockett Johnson's Harolds Purple Crayon, Emily Carr’s Book of Small, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince and the Disney movie Fantasia, be careful.
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ART016010 | Art | Individual Artists | Artists Books, JUV051000 | Juv Fiction | Imagination and Play, JUV45000 | Readers | Chapter books, CGN004060 | COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Media Tie-In