Quest by Aaron Becker
Wordless picture book
Age range- 2-5
Book Rating – G
It is a tale of two kids who go on an adventure to help a king save his kingdom from destruction. Their goal is to find the missing crayons before the guards catch them.
My Thoughts –
So, I stumbled upon this book in the wordless section at my library. I looked through it first and decided to show the kids at work. It was hands down a winner!!! They loved it, and I love narrating what the characters are doing. 🙂
First, the illustrations are amazing. They really draw the reader into the story. I get more out of the story the more I read it. Lots of little details hiding in the pictures. What is even cooler, is that the kids in the story draw some of the illustrations. Think of the movie Bedtime Stories and that is kinda of what happens here.
Secondly, the plot is quite creative. The story spans all three books and keeps you on the edge of your seat. The author does a great job inspiring kids to use their imagination. Certain characters develop more then other characters. It is a neat twist on fantasy for young children.
Just a side note, but this is the second book in a wordless trilogy. I did not know that when I first read it to the kids. They kept asking for more “king books” and I found out there are two more. We have read them as well and the kids adore all of them.
Language – None
There are some guards with spears chasing the kids throughout the book , but nothing happens.
Innuendo – None
If you know a young child, run over to your nearest library and find this book! I enjoyed so much and the kids at work beg me to read it. The illustrations are bold and colorful. Plus, it depicts different types of geography.
Until next time,
2 thoughts on “Review for Quest”
This looks like such a neat book! I love books with charming illustrations, and that fact that this one is told entirely in pictures is really cool. Sometimes I forget how awesome picture books can be but then I stumble across a really good one and I remember how much I love them. Great review!
Thanks for Stopping by!! Yeah, I love the illustrations as they really bring the book to life. The kids still ask me to read it.