Certainly not much to discuss if you choose this title as a book club read.
With "Woman's World" I have ignited young adults struggling with literacy; they are creating their own literary visions from music and art magazines.
An intriguing story that kept me delighted turning pages to see what the author's creativity would reveal.
I grabbed this because of the uniqueness of format, but I really couldn't get into it. At one point, I thought I would stop altogether, but that is VERY difficult for me to do. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Marissa McConnell
I bought this book because Graham Rawle is a very weird illustrator, who's work fascinates me. But this book is odd and I cannot really understand it.Published 22 months ago by Gwyneth C. Knolls
This is an amazing book, both because of its unexpectedly moving story and because of the unique way it has been physically put together. Read morePublished on February 11, 2010 by Tia Lowe
Woman's World is a marvelous novel constructed completely out of women's magazines from the 1960s. Each page is a collage of words and paragraphs put together in great detail by... Read morePublished on July 19, 2009 by C. J. Pearmon
I found this book when I heard about Graham Rawle's re-illustrated Wizard of Oz. I couldn't get the technical concept of Woman's World out of my head. Read morePublished on October 13, 2008 by Gillian Daniels
This book is totally unique. Written in the style of a ransom note using words and phrases snipped from 1950s women's magazines, every page is a beautiful work of art. Read morePublished on June 14, 2008 by ponyexpress
Graphic designers and collage artists will appreciate the amount of work and thoughtfulness that went into the production of this book; it is quite beautifully designed. Read morePublished on May 28, 2008 by A. janney