Re-Zoom has ratings and 65 reviews. Open this wordless book and take off on mind-bending visual journeys full of twists, turns, and surprises. Zoom f. Re-zoom by Istvan Banyai, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Open this wordless book and take off on mind-bending visual journeys full of twists, turns, and surprises. Zoom from an Egyptian pyramid to an.
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What we thought was a ma Re-zoom was one of the most interesting books I’ve ever read, or looked at since it is all pictures. This is a fun and educational group experience.
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I would have never thought of that! This book is a must read for people of all ages! There was a problem adding your email address. I like the simplicity of the bo Istvan Banyai’s Re-Zoom is a wordless postmodern picture book that carries an important message that everything is not what it seems from one point of view. Use a time limit to increase difficulty and enhance focus on teamwork. We end on a subway train going away. You can’t imagine it from this explanation – you just have to see for yourself, and I strongly urge you to do so.
As you begin to read you notice that the left page is always covered in black and the right page is a different perspective of the page before. With these books I cant wait to turn the page to unleash the mystery!
In general, allow large groups to talk because there is enough complexity sorting out all the pictures. It wasn’t as seamless as the first. Team performance can be measured e. I like the simplicity of the book so we are allowed to be left in istvah, yet the art is so much more complex in comparison to the book’s overall layout.
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The artist has a way of making you say “wow! Re-Zoom by Istvan Banyai is another wordless pcture book gem, that is a journey of perspective, with twists and surprises. Madeline in London Ludwig Bemelmans. What we saw is not what we think. Why was it hard to get the story together? The reality has changed!
Over all it didn’t bother enough to take off more than one star. The illustrator moves the reader from an ancient symbol in an obelisk to a city image, to the same image on a poster, which is then inside a movie set.
Re-Zoom’s ending does not have that philosophical, hopeful connotation, but it has the advantage of being humorous with a few cameos of famous personalities, and gracefully zooming out of the story, into the dark. The book takes us through by starting out with an image that you may or may not be able to identify. I think this was used to make all of the attention go on one illustration, which since it is a worldless picture book, is very important. Viewers are shown something that turns out to be just a piece of something larger, and thus not at all what they saw or thought they saw in the first place.
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The colors are bright and vivid and contain a lot of detail. Felt like they were more coherent in Zoom, but that didn’t take anything away from Re-Zoom for me. This entire book challenges the readers mind and provokes many thoughts. Recommended ishvan Lisa by: Once the challenge is finished, allow everyone to see the pictures and encourage participants to sort out any mistakes in the order can be done on a table or the floorthen let everyone walk around view the pictures in sequence so they understand the full story.
Madeline’s Rescue Bemelmans Bnyai. Sometimes leadership efforts will emerge to try to understand the overall story. May 05, Crystal Marcos rated it really liked it. About Istvan Banyai Istvan Banyai http: But if you think you know where you are, guess again.
However, just when you think you have it all figured out you are taken on another journey through another perspective. Like Chinese boxes in reverse, each colorful illustration is revealed as part of a larger artwork.
The finale-which leaves readers in a subway tunnel as the train’s red taillights recede-may not be as mindbending as Zoom’s outer-space flight, but is nonetheless a clever solution. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.