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There are no limits to our imagination, only limits to us being understood.
Open your hearts and welcome the gifts of our creative contributions to the world.

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Book Title & Alexandra's Review

The Journey Trilogy by Aaron Becker

For anyone who loves fantastic artwork

I present to you The Journey Trilogy!

Follow two children on an elaborate adventure in these wonderfully artistic, wordless picture books.

When I went on vacation to Bishop, California, I found these books and fell in love with the beautiful artwork. A story told with no dialogue. That is genius and difficult to accomplish. You can make up your own dialogue, and each time you look through this book, you spot something you didn’t notice before.

This is a great book to read with a child. You can tell the same story but with different dialogue each time, or the child can tell the story.

When I first read these books, I thought they were drawing with pieces of chalk, like in ChalkZone, but they’re actually markers. But the markers look nothing like markers. They look like chalk. So . . . yeah.

This is the perfect book for children. Parents usually read books to small children, but with these stories, children can go through them silently, making up the story in their heads. No adult is needed.

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