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A Picture for Harold's Room

A Picture for Harold's Room

Scritto da Crockett Johnson

Narrato da Charles Cioffi


A Picture for Harold's Room

Scritto da Crockett Johnson

Narrato da Charles Cioffi

valutazioni:
4.5/5 (6 valutazioni)
Lunghezza:
6 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jan 1, 1971
ISBN:
9780545690225
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descrizione

Harold draws a picture for his room with his purple crayon, all the while changing perspective within his creation.

Pubblicato:
Jan 1, 1971
ISBN:
9780545690225
Formato:
Audiolibro


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  • (4/5)
    That intrepid toddler Harold turns to interior decoration in this sixth title devoted to his crayon-created adventures, deciding that his room needs a picture, and setting out to draw one. It's hard not to get sucked into one's drawing, however, when you have a magical purple crayon, and soon Harold is inside the picture itself, progressing from a giant who towers above the houses, seas and mountains he creates, to a smaller-than-a-daisy boy who is dwarfed by a mouse. Will he ever get back home to his own room again...?Unlike its five predecessors, from Harold and the Purple Crayon to Harold's Circus, all of which were presented as picture-books, A Picture for Harold's Room is presented as an early reader, and part of the prestigious I Can Read line of books. I'm not sure this really makes a difference, in terms of either text or artwork - all the books could be used as either beginning readers or picture-book bedtime stories, I suspect - although it's interesting that the publisher thought it was necessary to distinguish this one from the others. Leaving issues of publication and genre aside, this was another engaging depiction of a child's imaginative play, with Harold creating his own adventures as he goes. Recommended to young children who have enjoyed some of the other Harold stories!
  • (4/5)
    Harold draws and becomes a part of a picture. A fun story for fans of Harold and his purple crayon. A rather challenging read for it being labeled level 1 and over 60 pages long which may deter some readers. However, each page does only have a sentence or two of text.
  • (3/5)
    In this story, much like the original book, Harold is drawing a picture that becomes somewhat real. He becomes very involved in the picture and gets very worried about it, until he realizes that it is just a picture. He goes back to his old room and draws a little picture for the wall, just as he'd planned the whole time.