Chronicle Books, 9781452171425, 56pp.
Publication Date: October 2, 2018
A New York Times Editors' Choice Book!
>"This remarkable wordless picture book bursts with buoyant energy as a boy finds the key to a long-unopened door and makes his way from drabness to a joyful, magical land." —The New York Times Book Review
What's on the other side of the door? There's only one way to find out: You'll have to go through it.
JiHyeon Lee's debut book, Pool, was lauded as a wordless masterpiece. Here she takes readers on another journey into an unexpected world. Delicate drawings transform from grays to vivid color as a curious child goes through a mysterious door and discovers that open-mindedness is the key to adventure and friendship.
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Praise For Door…
A New York Times Notable Book of the Year
★ "A unique take on meaningful themes of open-mindedness and inclusion make this an instant classic." -School Library Journal, starred review
"A joyous celebration of differences and likenesses and harmony." —The New York Times
"This remarkable wordless picture book bursts with buoyant energy as a boy finds the key to a long-unopened door and makes his way from drabness to a joyful, magical land." —The New York Times, Editors' Choice
"This quiet fable feels both relevant and timeless." —Shelf Awareness
"A wonderland as wondrous and wild as Alice's, but one where the improbable becomes not a source of confusion and fright but of pure mirth." —Brain Pickings
"Readers will be drawn to its quiet charm and welcoming message of inclusion." —Kirkus Reviews
"Expands kids' mindsets and shows them that the world is a marvelous place where anything is possible - as long as they have a spirit of curiosity and exploration." —Cool Mom Picks
"Wordless and unusual, this story is about a boy who follows a bug and uses a special key to open a door that leads to a different world. He spends a special afternoon on a picnic where he meets many creatures, watches a wedding, then returns home. Use this for a writing prompt or discussion." —Imagination Soup