Precious Little

Precious Little A perfect feel good picture book for children aged years Fabulously rich circus illustrations provide the setting for a heartstirring story with a touch of magic about friendship perseverance an

  • Title: Precious Little
  • Author: Julie Hunt Sue Moss Gaye Chapman
  • ISBN: 9781741751475
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A perfect, feel good picture book for children aged 4 8 years Fabulously rich circus illustrations provide the setting for a heartstirring story with a touch of magic about friendship, perseverance and having the courage to take a chance.

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    1. Under a big bright and colourful circus tent there are a great many wonders and attractions to see. There are exciting contortionists who twist and tumble, there are thrilling fire-eaters who shock and amaze, and there are fun games on the sideshow such as the lucky dip. But the most spectacular of all found under the Big Top are the acrobats who fly through the air.On the very fringe, way down on the ground, in the shadows is found a little girl. This is Precious Little. She watches as the acro [...]

    2. The illustrations in this book are breathtaking. It is rare indeed to see a central female character with blue hair and tattoos! The drawings are completely unique in children's literature in that they contain circus performers with both humanistic and otherworldly characteristics. The airy colors and design of the pages are fluid and exciting. Some pages must be turned sideways and one all the way upside down. The story itself is abstract. Does Precious Little die? Is the big dip her life? Grea [...]

    3. The book really does look like some people I know - people with tiger lilies tattoed on their shoulders, people whose dreadlocks are dotted with spangly beads and plastic flowers or whose 40's coif is always just-so. Precious Little's outfit of footless striped tights and tattered ombre-dyed chiffon skirt, arm warmers and a tube top - well let's just say I've seen that outfit in person, and Precious wears it better than most. Full review on Pink Me: pinkme.typepad/pink-me/201

    4. The spectacularly sparkly cover is an instant drawcard. Precious LIttle wants to be an acrobat / trapeze artist, but she is only a stagehand. Given the chance, she accepts Risk in order to achieve her dream. The tyography and layout follow the action and illustrations - but sometimes are just slightly off, not quite in the lines as it were - which is disconcerting. And, although it emphasises the movement of the characters and story, having the direction of the text change - sideways, upside dow [...]

    5. Decided meh. Might be good for a kid who's just been to a circus, but seriously WTF is a lucky dip. I didn't really get the point of the story, and it might be hard to read aloud because the text orientation keeps changing. Super detailed art, though, which was cool.

    6. This is an absolutely BEAUTIFUL children's book! From the artwork, to the typography used, to the theme found within, this book is a definite must for libraries and those who just want to add a "pretty little happy" piece to their collection.

    7. I didn't like this book, nor did I understand the point of it. It has gotten a lot of good reviews on here so maybe it's just not my kind of book.

    8. This is one of the most beautiful picture books I've seen in a while. The colors, layout, and art work are amazing.

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