Imagine!

Imagine! Review

A wordless picture book about a visit to the museum and the power of art and imagination.

After passing a city museum many times, a boy finally decides to go in. He passes wall after wall of artwork until he sees a painting that makes him stop and ponder. Before long the painting comes to life and an afternoon of adventure and discovery changes how he sees the world ever after.

Title:Imagine!
Edition Language:English

    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Anbolyn

    This was really creative and so visually stunning. It made me smile all the way through. I love how it illustrates the power of art and the worth in visiting art museums....

  • Abigail

    A young boy skateboards across the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan in this gorgeous wordless picture-book, eventually finding himself in front of the Museum of Modern Art. Going in on a (seeming) impul...

  • Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance

    A boy ventures into New York City's Museum of Modern Art, and animals and people from many paintings join the boy as he travels around the city. It's a wordless story with beautiful art, and it's full...

  • Lindsey

    I loved that this book wordlessly showed the power of art and art museums. I loved that a boy, by himself, went to the museum and using his imagination connected to the artwork on the walls. ...

  • KC

    Wonderful wordless story of the joy of city living and visiting local museums....

  • Liza Wiemer

    Mix museum paintings and imagination and you have a clever picture book! Definitely could see this used in the classroom to inspire the imagination. ...

  • Stephanie Bange

    A great personification of how art feeds the soul, this example is visual art...Based loosely on his own experience, Colon wordlessly delivers a magical fantasy about a boy who follows a pigeon on his...

  • Dena (Batch of Books)

    This is a wordless picture book about a boy who decides to go to an art museum. As he becomes engrossed in the paintings, the artwork comes to life! I've always loved wordless books. There's a beautif...

  • Tonja Drecker

    This is a beautiful tribute to art and inspires young readers to experience, and then incorporate it into their lives.A boy heads off to the art museum in New York with a box of chalk in his back pock...

  • Heidi

    I love this book for several reasons. I love the book because of the gorgeous art. Colon has become one of my favorite illustrators for this reason. The second thing I love about the book is the theme...