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Hike af Pete Oswald

Hike (original 2020; udgave 2020)

af Pete Oswald (Forfatter), Pete Oswald (Illustrator)

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Forfattere:Pete Oswald (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Pete Oswald (Illustrator)
Info:Candlewick (2020), Edition: Illustrated, 40 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
Nøgleord:realistic fiction, visual narrative, family, nature, hiking, adventure, outdoors, wordless picture book

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Hike af Pete Oswald (2020)


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A boy and his father head out to the forest for a hike in this mostly wordless picture-book from author/illustrator Pete Oswald. Their outdoor adventure takes them past an unexpected snowfield, across a log bridge, by a waterfall, and up a mountain. Eventually they reach their goal: the spot where they will plant a tree, together...

I have encountered Oswald's artwork before, in Jory John's The Bad Seed and its sequels, but Hike is the the first of his own books that I have read. I found it engaging, although perhaps not as emotionally resonant as the friend who recommended it to me. The digital artwork is lovely - more than enough to carry the story here - and the reader will enjoy following along as this loving father-son duo head out into the wonder of nature. For my own part, I appreciated some of the little visual details in the artwork - the creatures the pair encounter or pass, such as a fox, or some bunnies - and thought it was interesting that the father and son here look to be African-American. Studies have shown that far fewer members of the African-American community take advantage of our national and state parks, than the park services would like, and I found myself wondering, as I perused this book, whether childhood narratives such as this might help to make a positive change to this situation, by encouraging young people to see the outdoors as a desirable destination.

In any case, all in all I found this an entertaining, heartwarming book, and I enjoyed both the depiction of the outdoors, and the loving bond between father and son. I did find it a little funny that the ultimate end goal of this hike - planting a tree - is something that is generally forbidden in national parks and forests (something mentioned in a brief note on the colophon, at the end of the book), but with the caveat that adults be aware of this, and point it out to children during their reading, I would recommend this one to picture-book audiences who enjoy (mostly) wordless narratives, or stories about outdoor adventures. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Jul 21, 2021 |
Hike follows the story of a father and son spending the day together on a wilderness hike. The book begins with the father waking up his son to go on a fun hiking adventure. They get dressed, eat breakfast and pack for their adventure. The book continues as they continue on their journey. Each page captures their wilderness adventure including animals and spectacular views. This wordless picture book was easy to follow. The illustrations pull the reader into the story. The color scheme of this book also resembles the wilderness. This book is full of emotion and illustrates teamwork. Furthermore, the boy overcomes obstacles. Each time that I read the book, I find something that I had not previously noticed. The boy and father in this book also demonstrate the responsible way to hike by using safety gear. This charming story would be a great read for 4-8 year olds. ( )
  MrsGlass | May 30, 2021 |
A little kid and their dad wake up early one morning and go on a special hike to plant a tree on top of a mountain, fulfilling a family tradition for the fourth generation. It's a joyful, beautiful day, as the two observe animals, tracks, birds, and views, and cross a river on a log bridge. They return home in the dark, change into pajamas, and enjoy cookies and milk together as they look through the family photo album. ( )
  JennyArch | Nov 8, 2020 |
A brown-skinned boy and his father go on a hike in the mountains where they see wildlife, waterfalls, lots of trees, and they plant a tree to add to the forest. Encourage sharp-eyed youngsters to spot and identify the various animals that appear along the hike. #decolonizetheoutdoors ( )
  Salsabrarian | Oct 27, 2020 |
A wordless story (excepting onomatopoeia) about a father and a son taking an uneventful hike in nature, though small print at the end tells me it may have involved an illegal act. It was pretty dull until I started to include swear words in my narration of events. So I suppose it could be as much fun as you want to make it. ( )
  villemezbrown | Jul 5, 2020 |
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