marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,


Journey by Aaron Becker

A sweet wordless tale about a girl with a magic red -- chalk?  crayon?

But being alone in a sepia-toned city, she draws a magical door and fares forth into a more colorful world.  With the city with canals in aqueducts, a steampunk flying ship, and -- another door leading to a twist on the ending that worked charmingly.
Tags: children's books, fiction reviews: children's fantasy, fiction reviews: fantasy (other)

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