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They Say Blue

Caldecott and Printz Honor-winning illustrator Jillian Tamaki brings us a poetic exploration of colour and nature from a young childs point of view. They Say Blue follows a young girl as she contemplates colours in the known and the unknown, in the immediate world and the world beyond what she can see. The sea looks blue, yet water cupped in her hands is as clear as glass. Is a blue whale blue? She doesnt know she hasnt seen one.Stunningly beautiful illustrations flow from one spread to the next, as time passes and the imagination takes hold. The world is full of colour, and mystery too, in this first picture book from a highly acclaimed artist....

Title : They Say Blue
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ISBN : 9781773060200
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 40 pages
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They Say Blue Reviews

  • Boni

    A gorgeous book. Wow. But it was a little too broad- a lack of focus (colors, seasons, feelings, the character becoming a tree for four spreads, existential questions...so much here!) and a jumpy narrative muddy it up too much or me. A tighter focus would have made it shine. Still, a lovely book with a lot to say.

  • Kelly Carey

    I was confused by the text -- first it is a child exploring her world using color as a touchpoint - but then does the child become a tree? Then we travel through the seasons with a tree and then the child and tree intersect with ugly black crows that convey a mood so different from the beautiful ocean blue scenes in the opening pages. I had a hard time with this book -- :(

  • Rebecca

    An expressive, quiet first picture book from Jillian Tamaki (This One Summer). As the Kirkus review said, "Neither exactly a book about colors nor exactly a book about seasons, this is a reminder to slow down, savor the present, notice small details, and relish childlike wonder."

  • Janet Slipak

    Caldecott and Printz Honor-winning illustrator Jillian Tamaki brings us a poetic exploration of colour and nature from a young child’s point of view. They Say Blue follows a young girl as she contemplates colours in the known and the unknown, in the immediate world and the world beyond what she can see. The sea looks blue, yet water cupped in her hands is as clear as glass. Is a blue whale blue? She doesn’t know — she hasn’t seen one.

    Stunningly beautiful illustrations flow from one spread to the
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  • Kim

    The illustrations are bright and vivid. However, the story just left me wanting more details. I understand that the girl in the story is curious, but I feel like young readers might not get that. The story ended abruptly.

  • Earl

    A gorgeously illustrated picture book contemplating the colors of the natural world.

    A beautiful use of the rainbow of colors to tell a story full of wonder and stunning imagery as seen through the eyes of a young girl. I loved how she managed to convey the change in time and a change of emotions in various parts of the book.

    This is definitely worth reading and rereading or just admiring the art.

  • Bill

    Gorgeous illustrations and cover. The text/conceptual progression throughout the book, on the other hand, does not succeed particularly well.

  • Irena Freitas

    Tem umas composições tão lindas nas ilustrações desse livro que estou em prantos. Jillian Tamaki te amo!