The Big Adventure Of A Little Line by Serge BlochThe Big Adventure Of A Little Line by Serge Bloch

The Big Adventure Of A Little Line

bySerge Bloch

Hardcover | March 1, 2016

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A whimsical new book from the renowned illustrator Serge Bloch

A small boy taking a walk picks up a little line he finds lying on the sidewalk. Putting it in his pocket, he forgets about it entirely. But the little line has other ideas . . .

Enter the magical, creative world of the renowned French artist, Serge Bloch, where anything can happen, and the discovery of an ordinary little line can result in the most marvelous adventure. Coming to life, the little line becomes majestic mountains, wings to fly with, a circus full of animals, flowers, a perilous tightrope, and that’s only the beginning! With this classic story about an artist’s becoming, children will be inspired to create their own drawings, taking simple lines and transforming them into endless possibilities.
Serge Bloch (born 1956) is a cartoonist and illustrator. His work has appeared in major advertising campaigns and in publications including the New York Times, Time, and the Washington Post. His books for children include I Dare You Not to Yawn, You Are What You Eat, and Reach for the Stars.
Title:The Big Adventure Of A Little LineFormat:HardcoverDimensions:88 pages, 10.3 × 8.3 × 0.58 inPublished:March 1, 2016Publisher:NortonLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0500650586

ISBN - 13:9780500650585

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Editorial Reviews

The idea of an interactive line is not a new concept in children’s literature, but the line as a metaphor for how artistic talent manifests throughout life and what that means to the artist is an interesting take on the concept. The lively ink drawings are skillful and humorous. Artists and designers may want to add this one to their personal collections.—School Library Journal