Re-Zoom has ratings and 63 reviews. Open this wordless book and take off on mind-bending visual journeys full of twists, turns, and surprises. Zoom f. Re-Zoom resumes, or more accurately, reprises, the layout and nothing-is-as-it- seems perspective of last season’s Zoom. Featuring detailed drawings. This is an activity based on the picture book Re-Zoom. Re-Zoom by Istvan Banyai. Laminated coloured photocopies of the book pages. Rulers. Grid paper.
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The perspective of each changes as the image zooms out to show how the first image was rre of something larger. To view it, click here.
Red Book Barbara Lehman. If you already have an Education Sector user ID and password, you are ready to log in. You turn the page, and you see what you previously saw, but it’s not the same. Banyai zooms in real close to a scene, person, or object and then the next page zooms out to show the same thing from a new perspective. Want to Read saving….
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For in Istvan Banyai’s mysterious landscapes of pictures within pictures, nothing is ever as it seems. Love the mind-twisting pictures in it. Mar 04, Ashley Cousin rated it it was amazing.
Mar 11, Ge Inmon rated it it was amazing.
Re-Zoom by Istvan Banyai
Each scene is from farther away, revealing a scene. Jun 03, Radwa rated it it was amazing. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban J.
Nov 14, Olivia Henderson rated it liked it. Each illustration zooms outward from the previous picture. This is a wordless book that takes the reader on a journey banyaai ever enlarging or shrinking if you read it backwards!
But if you think you know where you are, guess again.
Wow, this book blew me away! While trying to figure out the zoom and perspective change, the reader can also spend hours indulging in all of The illustrations in this book are intelligently put together! There are no printed words to tell istgan story, which prompts the reader to try harder to understand what the point of the book is. The title page is just like Zoom in that it is a reverse from the cover page, it has the black background and the blue and yellow font.
I liked the second book just as much as the first. Support students to select and measure an element of one figure within the picture that also appears in the next picture and then compare the measurements. Oct 04, Johncady r it it was amazing.
I like the simplicity of the book so we are allowed to be left in awe, yet the art is so much more complex in ree to the book’s overall layout. The illustrations are highly detailed and colorful, which completely transports the reader from each scene to the next. Pre-readers can read and understand this and should find it fun, istvn sometimes a bit of a challenge too, in a good way.
After reading Zoom, I was interested in looking at Re-zoom. Cats by Kuniyoshi Pie Books. We did this book from beginning to end, and then from end to beginning. For in Istvan Banyai’s mysterious landscapes of pictures within pictures, nothing is ever as it seems. Such a strange but cool book Lots zook different cultures involved.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The visual zoom are a bit trickier this time around. You turn the page, and you see the same picture but from a remove so that the perspective is different.
Books by Istvan Banyai. Kingdom of Ash Sarah J. Again, I really enjoyed this worldless post modern picture book, it gives a different perspective about things. The Gruffalo Julia Donaldson. Each page of re-zoom was about a different culture and drawn in a different destination. But if you think you istvzn where you are, guess again.
I love that it t After reading Zoom, I was interested in looking at Re-zoom. Re-Zoom by Istvan Banyai is another wordless pcture book gem, that is a journey of perspective, with twists and surprises.
Then share the book moving from the back to the front. The illustrations in this story are so bright and detailed; any child would be drawn to them. All of the pages are like this allowing the reader to focus entirely on the one image. For ages 5 and up, wordless, and fans of Zoom and Istvan Banyai.