In the Attic
Book Summary of In the Attic
A small boy goes up a ladder to the attic and spends a happy day absorbed in imaginary games with the mice, beetles and spiders. Then, through the windows, he goes and finds a special friend – a tiger. But Mum says that they have no attic! She just can’t have found the right ladder.
About the Author
Satoshi Kitamura was born in 1956 in Tokyo. Not formally trained as an artist, at the age of nineteen he began to do commercial art in Japan and, later, London. He won the Mother Goose Award for his first picture book, Angry Arthur, in collaboration with Hiawyn Oram, and in 2000 was the Smarties runner-up for Me and My Cat?
Details of Book: In the Attic (BSID:13976)
|Book||In the Attic|
|Author||Satoshi Kitamura, Hiawyn Oram|
|Publisher||Random House Uk|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Hiawyn Oram & Satoshi KitamuraA small boy finds himself bored with millions of toys to play with, he decides to climb up a ladder to the attic and spends a day engrossed in imaginary games with mice, beetles, spiders and finally a tiger in which he shares his experiences with. This is a great...
To tell the truth, I'm not sure what I think about this book.The message - imagination keeps you from being bored - is a good one, and the story is interesting, and the artwork is just fine, but for some reason it's not adding up in my head as a keeper book. I might pass this off to my nieces' sc
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