Shadow by Suzy Lee

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A dark attic. A light bulb. An imaginative little girl.

Internationally acclaimed artist Suzy Lee uses these simple elements to create a visual tour de force that perfectly captures the joy of creative play and celebrates the power of imagination. Stunning in their simplicity, Lee's illustrations, in just two shades of color, present an adventure that begins and ends with the click of a light bulb.

About Suzy Lee

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Suzy Lee's books have been published and exhibited worldwide. She wrote and illustrated The Black Bird, Mirror, La Revanche des Lapins, and Alice in Wonderland. Born in Seoul, Korea, she currently lives and works in Singapore.
Published September 1, 2010 by Chronicle Books. 44 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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4-8) Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 2010 ...

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It’s easy to name a dozen fantasy novels set in England but, save for Nancy Farmer’s futuristic book “The Ear, the Eye and the Arm,” difficult to think of one set anywhere in Africa — just one of many unexpected pleasures in Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu’s novel “The Shadow Speaker.” Skip to next par...

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The Australian pages flip right to left, the Moroccan pages left to right.

Nov 04 2010 | Read Full Review of Shadow

Suite 101

Rhoda and Samuel each have problems but together they could be successful..

May 24 2010 | Read Full Review of Shadow

Historical Novel Society

Although woven around two main characters, Cho-Cho and Joey, the impact of others on their lives and personality throughout the book is skilfully and beautifully captured.

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Love Vampires

For this reason it is a very different to book to the first instalment (which read like a modern day paranormal romance thriller) since it is set entirely in Elizabethan times and reads more like a historical novel than a paranormal thriller.

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Reviews Philosophy About Our Affiliates Books & Audios Recently Reviewed In this unusual and challenging children's picture book by Suzy Lee, a South Korean writer and illustrator, takes us into the world of an imaginative little girl who goes ex...

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The Young Folks

Whatever the case, The Book of Blood and Shadow is the third book in a row I’ve read in the past month that has dealt with Prague.

Apr 30 2012 | Read Full Review of Shadow

The Young Folks

(Truthfully, I learned more about the Elizabethan era in this book than I have ever learned in school.) Although, Shadow of Night (or even ADOW for that matter) aren’t books you can briskly read through.

Apr 23 2012 | Read Full Review of Shadow

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