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. ...

  • 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...

  • Beverly

    This book reminded me a bit of The Incredible Painting of Felix Clousseau by Jon Agee, because in both books, the paintings come to life, and figures in the paintings come out of the paintings. Imagin...

  • Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy)

    Beautiful wordless book...