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“Kids drawn to the mystical minieature possibilities of the Borrower-esque in dollhouses and such will immediately appreciate the possibilities here.” ―BCCB
“Children will love to pore over the illustrations, compare the two castles, the night skies, and the two views of the rocky cove, and wonder whether the new castle will withstand the night's waves.” ―School Library Journal
“One thing's certain: It's magic.” ―Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review
“Nolan's enchanting artwork creates a gorgeous, wordless nautical fantasy infused with the thrill of life-or-death adventure.” ―Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
“In an ode to the beauty and mystery of the sea through imaginative storytelling and stunning art, Nolan allows readers to feel as if they are experiencing this dream-world firsthand.” ―Horn Book Magazine
Dennis Nolan is the author and illustrator of Dinosaur Dream, a Golden Kite Honor Book selection, Sea of Dreams, The Castle Builder, and Wolf Child, as well as the illustrator of many award-winning books including The Sword in the Stone, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and The Skywriter, the latter for Roaring Brook Press. He lives in Massachusetts.
This is a magical wonderful book with beautiful pictures and no words at all. You tell the story from the pictures and the children love to help. One of my new favorites.Published 3 months ago by me, mara
I gave this book as a baby gift and the new mother loved it! Beautiful pictures and artwork only, no dialog. The story is created to explain the pictures. Interesting concept!Published 21 months ago by Barbara T. Heller
Love the illustrations and the imaginative wordless story! Wordless books offer children a chance to be creative and tell their own stories!Published 24 months ago by Payton
No words. You make up your own story. Illustrations are nice but was insufficient for my taste. Would not buy it again.Published on March 23, 2013 by The Kat