Las reglas del verano #2020

[Las reglas del verano] >> Shaun Tan La ciudad en verano es el campo de juego perfecto para dos ni os peque os con todo el tiempo del mundo en sus manos El lector est invitado a formar parte de un mundo que no le pertenece, que es del todo de los ni os, un mundo donde las reglas est n creadas por y para ellos, reglas que a ojos de un adulto podr an parecer absurdas o rid culas, pero cuyo incumplimiento podrLa ciudad en verano es el campo de juego perfecto para dos ni os peque os con todo el tiempo del mundo en sus manos El lector est invitado a formar parte de un mundo que no le pertenece, que es del todo de los ni os, un mundo donde las reglas est n creadas por y para ellos, reglas que a ojos de un adulto podr an parecer absurdas o rid culas, pero cuyo incumplimiento podr a abrir las puertas a los m s oscuros seres misteriosos y a los mayores terrores imaginables A lo largo de las p ginas, se va presentando cu l es el resultado de no cumplir reglas tan sencillas como no dejar un calcet n rojo en el tendedero o no pisar caracoles La magia de las ilustraciones de Shaun Tan provoca una mezcla de desconcierto e identificaci n por parte del lector, quien, poco a poco, va dejando a un lado su forma de construir el mundo para pasar a verlo como estos dos ni os solitarios que juegan en un escenario surrealista sin mayor preocupaci n que la de cumplir sus propias normas Juego y vida se van tejiendo de tal forma que configuran un todo desconcertante, humor stico, descorazonador, tierno, esperanzador a partes iguales.
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  • Title: Las reglas del verano
  • Author: Shaun Tan
  • ISBN: 9788415208464
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Las reglas del verano Author: Shaun Tan

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    About the Author

    Shaun Tan

    Shaun Tan born 1974 is the illustrator and author of award winning children s books After freelancing for some years from a studio at Mt Lawley, Tan relocated to Melbourne, Victoria in 2007 Tan was the Illustrator in Residence at the University of Melbourne s Department of Language Literacy and Arts Education for two weeks through an annual Fellowship offered by the May Gibbs Children s Literature Trust 2009 World Fantasy Award for Best Artist.2011 he won his first Oscar in the Category Best Short Animated Film for his work The Lost Thing

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    • Manny said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Don t forget to read Shaun Tan.Using his inimitable Salvador Dali meets Hieronymus Bosch meets Doctor Seuss style, Tan produces another apparently effortless masterpiece Surely the best children s book author illustrator in the world I can t think who else is even in the running.

    • Jan Philipzig said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      When you are a child, anything can happen At least that s what it feels like, as your expectations are not yet based on a whole lot of sobering experience Who knows what would happen if you did something you are not supposed to do Say, if you left the back door open overnight Or if you gave your keys to a stranger Or if you forgot your way home Just imagine all the crazy things that could happenRules of the Summer illustrates the child s boundless imagination, while at the same time tracing its [...]

    • Laura said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Never ask for a reason Umm.There is really no other way to say this I do not get this book But that s also not a bad thing.Rules of Summer by Shaun Tan has big, dreamlike pages filled with rules and pictures Two inseparable brothers trying to I don t know Survive, play, and dream I m scratching my head in wonder for the meaning behind each picture, but I m coming up empty No, not empty The pages evoke fear, isolation, and fierce protectiveness in me Mr Tan s vivid and breathtakingly gorgeous ill [...]

    • Betsy said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      When I was a young teen my favorite book was Ray Bradbury s Dandelion Wine Steeped in Bradbury s nostalgia for his youth, I was in the throes of adolescence, probably on some level nostalgic for my own younger days In this book I reveled in a childhood that was not my own but felt personal just the same Summer seemed like the perfect time to set such a tale, what with its long days and capacity for equal parts mischief and magic I loved my summers, even as I failed to know what exactly to do wit [...]

    • Janet said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      This story makes absolutely no sense The illustrations are weird All my 4 year old sun did was say why after every sentence I would give it no stars but I m not allowed Don t waste your time

    • Sue said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Wow This book is wonderful I knew it would be because it s Shaun Tan and his work is always challenging, inventive, mysterious and deep.My initial reaction to Rules of Summer has been one of joy and wonder The colours, the images, the feeling of something dark on the outer edges that pervades every page A boy recounts his summer and what he learned We see him with his brother and it is clear they are close and spend a lot of time together The first illustration shows them sharing a secret The li [...]

    • John Purcell said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      How do you review a Shaun Tan book Each time I open Rules of Summer I find a different book I remember my excitement on being offered a sneak peek a few months ago I was left feeling a little bewildered Did I like it I don t think I did on that first look.Then a few months later I was given an advance copy I flicked through the pages and found a completely new book Or so I thought But no, the preview was exactly the same as the finished copy Had I changed I read through it time and time again Th [...]

    • Trudie said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      My Shaun Tan retrospective continues with this book, one I had collected but never studied closely I was delighted with this weird little tale of the last day of summer This is a suggestion of a story with exquisitely drawn vistas of a vaguely threatening, oddly peopled, industrial, Daliesque world.The style of this book will feel quite familiar to those acquainted with Shaun Tans work A little bit likeThe Red Treeit gets quite dark in this story before the light of the last pages I am never en [...]

    • Hilary said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      3.5 stars Two boys make up rules for games, silly, fun and dangerous games, the sort of games children used to play when they were left to roam about for the summer with some exaggerated fantasy elements thrown in An important message at the end never miss the last day of summer the last day of your summer holidays should be special and give you memories for the future.

    • Shaikha Alkhaldi said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

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    • Hazal Çamur said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

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    • Metin Yılmaz said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Yine g zel bir Shaun Tan resim album Fakat bu kez olduk a k sa, olduk a tad damakta b rakt r c zellikle ocuklar n z n hayal g c i in bi ilmi kaftan Tabi yeti kinler i in de yle yi okumalar.

    • Danica Midlil said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Whoa Creepy

    • Catherine said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Max s review horrible I agree Can t figure out why this book has received such glowing reviews.

    • Renée Paule said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Well this was something quite different for me Excellent imagination booster.

    • Kristine Hansen said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      First of all I m going to start pairing music with picture books This songyoutube watch v iKpQXThat out of the way, I have to say I really LOVED this book I see so many bad reviews and find it sad that people were looking for linear storytelling when there is SO MUCH in every single picture.The story isn t what you d expect There s an entire adventure in every single spread waiting for you to figure out That makes this book wild, crazy Unique And different to every single person that reads it Fa [...]

    • Mischenko said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      To see this and other picture book reviews, please visit readrantrockandrollRules of Summer is a children s picture book that teaches about the rules a little boy learns over the summer with what appears to be his older brother.Each illustrated page has a short sentence to go along with it, but once again Shaun Tan s fascinating illustrations say so much and leave your brain contemplating it all I m amazed at how children can decipher just as well if not better than adults when it comes to book [...]

    • Greg said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Mind blowingly inspirational The illustrations, or accurately, paintings, are so masterly, each one very different They all have an incredible light and are very painterly The story, a single line on a page tells what the boy learnt last summer Each line is distinct but would open a conversation, to say nothing of what conversations the paintings would start.This book is not only for kids, the story and the paintings will intrigue any age.Dust off your imagination, buy this book.

    • eceLestrange said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      vov bu benim dr da ba lay p bitrdi im 9 kitapt ve san r m be enmem gerekenden oook daha fazla be endim kitap toplasan z 15 c mleden falan olu uyordur belki, ama ben yine de be endim bunun sebebi ok ba ar l izimlerin olmas ve bu izimlerin herkes i in farkl bir eyler ifade etmesi san r m yani ben be endim ama ben bu kitaba para vermedim nk fiyat 38 TL ydi e er sat n almak istiyorsan z en az ndan kitap da falan inceleyip al n nk kimse hem bir rp da bitirece i hem de ho una gitmeme ihtimali bulunan [...]

    • Jeremy West said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Shaun Tan masterfully creates a beautifully dark fantasy world about two boys and their summer adventures following the lessons they learn and mistakes they made A perfect representation of childlike imagination through gorgeous illustrations Highly recommended

    • Josh said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Shaun Tan combines child like imagination with his talent for creating imaginative art His books are always fun to thumb through.

    • Tasha said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Enter the surreal world of two brothers with a picture told in few words and many pictures The book takes place in the previous summer and explains what one of the brothers learned that summer The lessons are strange, but the images are even wilder The first lesson is Never leave a red sock on the clothesline It is accompanied by a wonderful and magnificently creepy image of a huge rabbit the size of a house with a red eye staring over the wall as the two brothers cower on the other side As the [...]

    • Emily said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      I would rate this of a 4.5, but Tan s illustrations are just so beautiful I can read the words of this book in a minute, but paired with the illustrations, I slowly savor this book This book follows the summer adventures of two brothers, as the younger brother is taught the rules While some of the rules seem silly Don t eat the last olive , it makes me think of rules from a child s perspective Why does dessert come last Why do I have to play outside during the summer Why can t I wear this Somet [...]

    • Rose said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      This book is way too dark for children The pictures are really scary and children will have nightmares There is not a good message It does not make any sense Adults may like it but it should be an adult picture book not for kids It gives bad advice telling children to fight and always bring bolt cutters As a child, I would have found this to be scary and would not want to read this to a young child.

    • Romelle said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      48 pages of rules Never do this, never do that Illustrations are dark and sinister, implying something deeper than the text leads on As the inside flap reads Author ilustrator Shaun Tan shows us the strange truth of ordinary things The book delves deep into the mind and soul of the MC, which I find creepy and twisted Not child friendly at all.

    • Andy Verschoyle said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Art which sets the scene, intrigues and also tells the story, determines the emotional register, asks questions, sets the temperature Influences images from Wyeth, Van Gogh, de Kooning, Hopper, Munch, Henry Moore, Cezanne, Saint Phalle, Kandinsky,Lowry, post industrial AmericanText which opens debate, sows seeds, makes assertive statements, uses difficult words and introduces complex ideas, makes you laugh and cry, happy and frightened, uses short, concise phrases whose sense is already embedded [...]

    • Catherine said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      This is a complex book where the words say very little and the pictures so much Would be great to use and discuss with children to see what they put in the gap between words and pictures and what they think is the narrative ark of the book.

    • James Benham said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Shaun Tan s books and illustrations are some of my favourites The artwork is so detailed and relies on a huge amount of inference from the reader, something I truly love about them Each reader can form their own opinions and ideas about the events within the stories and there is such scope within the illustrations, I could spend hours making links and drawing conclusions from them Rules of Summer is no exception to this, it follows two boys through their summer, picking up on rules they possibly [...]

    • Jaz said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      Firstly, thanks to Hachette Children s Books Australia for this copy of Rules of Summer 3Changing it up a little with this review I pretty much post only YA reviews, but this is one picture book had to review Shaun Tan is definitely one of my favourite authors and illustrators and his 2013 release, Rules of Summer is a must for everyone.For both the young and old, and everything in between, Tan s picture books are filled with messages that resonate differently with the different age groups that [...]

    • Dolly said:
      Jul 05, 2020 - 04:32 AM

      This is an entertaining and fantastical tale about the lessons two brothers learn during their summer exploits The book has virtually no narrative, just a simple list of rules, with one rule on each two page spread and a bizarre illustrative example of that rule Shaun Tan s art is always creative and unusual, often including aliens and sci fi aspects to his pictures Sometimes we couldn t understand what the connection was between the rule and the picture, but for the most part, we had to laugh a [...]

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