Americanin, un chien à New York PDF ð Americanin, un

Americanin, un chien à New York PDF ð Americanin, un



10 thoughts on “Americanin, un chien à New York

  1. Nicola Mansfield Nicola Mansfield says:

    Outstanding This picture book has a Parisian dog just back from his travels to New York and he regales his two canine friends with the wonders he saw there He starts with everyday things such as people on treadmills at gyms bridges subways and dog walkers then he tells of the landmarks he saw such as the Statue of Liberty Guggenheim Museum Grand Central Park and the Flatiron Building The illustration is beautiful as soon as I opened the book I grinned with delight Kebbi draws with a free hand sketch that is wild and exuberant using pencil and then brilliantly filling in or just going over parts with what appears to be charcoal and coloured pencils There is a lot of white space and of course main colours used are blue and red giving a true American spirit to the book This style should appeal to children and I love exposing them to pieces like this as it shows them art does not have to be neat realistic nor perfect Every other set of pages is a two page illustrated spread leaving the other set for a short narrative comic balloons and another illustration The text is informative and humorous Lovely book


  2. Allie Allie says:

    Super charming book about a dog eye view of New York City What really makes the book is the illustrations Kebbi did all the drawings in colored pencils and they are so vibrant and lively There are all kinds of overlappng layers and varying levels of detail with the figures and buildings In addition to being beautiful it's also kind of a fun find the dog adventure on each page


  3. Geraldine Kelly Geraldine Kelly says:

    I received this book in a Goodreads giveaway and as a New Yorker I found it charming It demonstrates the diversity of New York and takes a child on a virtual tour of the city


  4. David David says:

    Great Book I read it to my GrandsonHe loved the picturesThey looked so realI Would recommend to get this book


  5. Karen Karen says:

    This book is interesting and it is different from many of the picture books in circulation But I still didn't uite like it very much


  6. Barbara Barbara says:

    A well traveled dog returns to his home in Paris and shares all that he learned and experienced while abroad It seems that the dog and his human companion readers never see this person since heshe is not important to the story which I love have been all over New York City The canine is somewhat Americanized since he sports the ubiuitous red white and blue associated with our county and he describes some of the strange things its citizens do although I certainly think the French also have manicures and pedicures and run on treadmills as well as famous spots on a whirlwind sightseeing tour in which he sees Manhattan Ellis Island the Statue of Liberty museums Coney Island dog walkers doggy bags and the view of the city from the plane Many of the colored pencil illustrations have interesting aspects to explore and it's pretty clear that the trip was enjoyable at least for one dog eager to share his experiences After all what's the point of a vacation if you can't tell someone about it? While some of the stereotypes of Americans and America are annoying after all we don't ALL wear the colors of the flag emblazoned on our chests there is enough truth to this depiction of the Big Apple to make its citizens and fans smile in sheepish recognition


  7. Jenn Jenn says:

    A true dog's eye view love letter to New York City drawn with colored pencils and a vibrancy that captures the spirit of the city A Parisian dog returns home to explain all that he has seen on his journeys in New York taking the reader along for a dazzling view of the city's highlights Each deceptively simply sketch contains a wealth of detail and clearly illustrates NYC in full energy Younger readers may not find this as enjoyable as adults at times but it's a fabulous resource to use when talking about landmarks famous places what makes a city and the excitement of travel


  8. Pinky Pinky says:

    I echo another reviewer outstanding This exceptional oversize picture book is told from the perspective of a French dog remembering his trip to NYC Illustrations were made with colored pencil and sparked by memory and emotion The full page spreads depicting Grand Central Station and the Brooklyn Bridge were my favorites Really well done


  9. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Interesting sketchbook style art pencil and color pencil in primary colors Dark endpapers with white pencil drawings look great The drawings of people giving pedicures were a little weird Active wordless spreads Fun method of drawing different dog breeds esp fuzzy ones Not much story just a tour of New York


  10. Edward Sullivan Edward Sullivan says:

    A French pooch regales his pals with his experiences and observations visiting New York City It's amusing to see American stereotypes from a French dog's perspective Illustrated with great color pencil drawings


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Americanin, un chien à New York ☃ [PDF / Epub] ☂ Americanin, un chien à New York By Yann Kebbi ✑ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Here a French dog upon his return to Paris recounts his amazing trip to New York City to his dog pals Sharing his visit so they can really truly see it through his eyes so too does the reader in page Here a French chien à PDF/EPUB ¼ dog upon his return to Paris recounts his amazing trip to New York City to his dog pals Sharing his visit so they can really truly see it through his eyes so too does the reader in page after glorious page of free vibrant kinetically sketched images Whether it's the Wonder Wheel at Coney Island the Guggenheim Americanin, un MOBI :Ú Museum Grand Central Station or a pug looking in a doughnut shop window Americanine pulsates with aliveness and charm Marked by energy and humor and rendered from a haute dog perspective through fresh as well as French eyes Americanine doesn't give us the elegant platinum New York of Stieglitz but rather a bold contemporary colorfully diverse city that feels bright nonstop un chien à ePUB ↠ and like no other In these pages you will find real people in a real city perceived with the romance of a young French artistYann Kebbi was born in Paris in After receiving a degree in illustration from the Estienne School of Art he continued his studies in Paris where he spent his time creating prints monotypes and pencil sketches Yann has done editorial illustrations as well as book covers in Europe the United Kingdom and the United States Americanine A Haute Dog in New York is his first book.