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Lost and Found: Three by Shaun Tan (Lost and Found Omnibus) (udgave 2011)

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Three stories explore how we lose and find what matters most to us, as a girl finds a bright spot in a dark world, a boy leads a strange, lost being home, and a group of peaceful creatures loses its home to cruel invaders.
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Titel:Lost and Found: Three by Shaun Tan (Lost and Found Omnibus)
Forfattere:Shaun Tan
Info:Arthur A. Levine Books (2011), Hardcover, 128 pages
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Nøgleord:short stories, YA, imaginary creatures, rabbits, environment

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Amazing art leads 3 similarly profound stories for adults and kids alike. ( )
  peterbmacd | May 17, 2020 |
How could one read this book and not be moved? ( )
  liannecollins | Apr 18, 2019 |
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I was thoroughly engaged with the three stories in this book. Out of The Red Tree, The Lost Thing, and The Rabbits which we'd already read separately, our favorite was The Red Tree.

Shaun Tan is an amazing illustrator and his artwork is so unique. Children love the illustrations and the stories require them to brainstorm. What are the stories about exactly? Readers can take on different views and conclusions.

I especially enjoyed the author's notes in the back which helped to understand the original meanings of the stories. It's surely helpful to have an adult, parent or teacher available to assist young readers. I highly recommend this book for schools and home libraries.

We're definitely adding this to our library. Looking forward to more by this author and illustrator.

5***** ( )
  Mischenko | Nov 30, 2017 |
I miss the variety of Tales from Outer Suburbia, but this collection is solid and thought-provoking. ( )
  Katya0133 | Mar 13, 2017 |
It happened again. I fell in love with another book by Shaun Tan. The book I'm talking about is Lost & Found and it's absolutely fabulous. There are 3 short stories collected in this book: The Red Tree, Lost & Found, and The Rabbits. As with the other books by Tan, there is a fabulous mix of fantasy and reality. The fantastic elements are used to tell stories that are all too true and real. He hits at the heart of a person with stories of depression (The Red Tree), disenfranchisement (The Rabbits), and loneliness/otherness (Lost & Found). His ability to create elaborate stories through gorgeously drawn images astounds me. I understand now the phrase "a picture is worth a thousand words" because many times the illustrations themselves are all that are needed to convey the real emotions of his characters. The settings are a character in their own right and the urge to leap into the book and visit those places is virtually impossible to ignore. The Red Tree follows someone who is battling against their own mind and spiraling deeper and deeper into depression. However, there's something following her that she can't see (but the keen-eyed reader will) and the end result is uplifting and powerful. Lost & Found was probably my favorite. It's about a man who comes across something just a wee bit odd and out-of-place. He decides it must be lost and there follows a journey to take this thing back to where it 'belongs'. (It's also a short animated film which I am definitely going to watch.) The third was actually written by John Marsden with the illustrations by Tan. If you replace rabbits with basically any group of people who come into an already established area and claim it for their own you'll totally get what they're trying to convey with this one. And so another Shaun Tan book added to the list 'must own for life'. 10/10 ( )
  AliceaP | Dec 6, 2016 |
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