Nederland

Nederland

Nederland In vogelvlucht met een arendsoog voor detail bestrijkt Charlotte Dematons met haar nharig penseel iedere uithoek van ons land Wie Nederland openslaat wordt op de schutbladen al naar open zee gevoerd

  • Title: Nederland
  • Author: Charlotte Dematons
  • ISBN: 9789047704980
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In vogelvlucht, met een arendsoog voor detail, bestrijkt Charlotte Dematons met haar nharig penseel iedere uithoek van ons land.Wie Nederland openslaat wordt op de schutbladen al naar open zee gevoerd, waar de Vliegende Hollander en een walvisvaarder de wateren onveilig maken Op een heiige zomerse ochtend gaat de kijker bij het Haringvliet aan land om de rest van het jaIn vogelvlucht, met een arendsoog voor detail, bestrijkt Charlotte Dematons met haar nharig penseel iedere uithoek van ons land.Wie Nederland openslaat wordt op de schutbladen al naar open zee gevoerd, waar de Vliegende Hollander en een walvisvaarder de wateren onveilig maken Op een heiige zomerse ochtend gaat de kijker bij het Haringvliet aan land om de rest van het jaar zijn tocht door Nederland te vervolgen Van hagepreek tot bokkenrijders, van Madurodam tot het Achterhuis, van Koninginnedag in Marken tot bloeiende bollenvelden historie, verhalen en kinderliedjes, tradities, eigenaardigheden en kwinkslagen, alles is in Nederland gevangen Maar ook wat ons land zo eigen maakt van pensionada s in uniseks regenjacks op de fiets tot een oma in Friesland die met haar rollator tussen de taferelen van Avercamp, Brueghel en Bosch door zwiert En natuurlijk is de multiculturele samenleving tot in de grappigste details weergegeven.Op elke plaat is minstens n kinderliedje te vinden, een personage uit de kinderliteratuur n een historische gebeurtenis.

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    What a beautiful, wordless book. Perfect for exploring with your child.cially if you can be snuggling on the couch and drinking tea.Things to look for and talk about:*Gnomes--one on every spread!*Bi-racial families*birthday parties*ecology (wind turbines, wild life releases, land bridges for wildlife)*Schwarzer Peter-on every spread!*Angry Neighbors*Open public outdoor urinals*Two loving grooms*friendly foreigners *a riot, some wrecks and a few catastrophes*Someone about to vomit*little red ridi [...]

    What an amazing wordless picture book. This book reminds me of the Where's Waldo series - such intricate pictures - but with so much more sophistication. The artistry is beautiful. The reader will easily pour over these pages for hours. You will need to return to the illustrations time and time again, each time finding something new. It's amazing the amount of facts about this beautiful country you gain just through illustrations. Amazing.

    Wat een prachtig boek is dat. Er staan vele mooi platen in met verschillende thema’s onder andere dierentuinen, Amsterdam, Rotterdam en pretparken. Toen ik de platen begon door te kijken dacht ik eerst dat de platen voor jonge kinderen was bedoeld omdat er een zoekopdracht aan verbonden is. Maar na goed de platen te hebben bekeken zag ik ook allemaal figuren uit de geschiedenis en van kinderfilms/programma’s erin staan onder andere: Otje, Nijntje, Minoes, Vincent van Gogh, Olivier B. Bommel [...]

    Oh my goodness I just saw this book on the new book display in the library and picked it up because of the title and the illustrations on the cover. I am so glad I grabbed it. It made me so happy. Such a simple, silly thing to say but it just made me happy. So happy I got a tear in my eye. It's pretty much a "Where's Waldo" kind of book. No words except for those in the illustrations. Each spread is intricately detailed showing life in Netherlands both present and past. It's a mixture of what li [...]

    darling sister sent this to me for my birthday, and it kept me occupied an entire sunday. combines dutch history, dutch culture, and a good chunk of where's waldo-ish entertainment. not to mention delightful artwork. great fun & lots of learning for this 45-year-old child. big, detailed drawings of all parts of the country with intricate detail. a joy. (probably mostly for natives or those who are quite familiar, but i think the art can sustain unfamiliarity.)

    Beautifully illustrated, Holland is a great book to explore over and over. 1000 Things About Holland is a must have to accompany it.

    Het boek Nederland van Charlotte Dematons vind ik een erg leuk boek. Alle informatie over Nederlands staat eigenlijk in dit boek. Ik had zelf wel wat moeite om door dit boek heen te komen omdat het naar mijn idee niet echt een leesboek is. Het is meer een soort van encyclopedie waardoor je er minder snel doorheen leest. Wel vond ik alle tekeningen bij de informatie erg leuk. Zo krijg je ook echt een beeld van alles wat er verteld wordt. Zelf vind ik het ook erg leuk dat er een paar objecten, die [...]

    Title: Holland Author: Charlotte Dematons Genre:Wordless Picture Book Theme(s):Culture, HollandOpening line/sentence: Brief Book Summary:This is a book that depicts the beauty of Holland without words. Professional Recommendation/Review #1: In a series of twenty-seven oversize, wordless, and stunning picture book spreads, French illustrator Dematons celebrates her adopted country. Sure, you'll find a windmill or two and some tulips among the images, but what's most impressive here is the sheer a [...]

    Since this is a book without words, I will write this review in English, so that my friends here can also read it. :)This book, was stunning, beautiful, a true trip around my lovely country. I recognized a lot of things, and had fun finding things in all those illustrations. Illustrations about zoos, roads, cities. It was so much fun to search and find things. I loved that a lot of the illustrations mixed old Dutch things with modern Dutch thing. That made the whole looking at illustrations more [...]

    There is a lot to see in this wordless exploration of the Netherlands* and the artwork is beautiful and full of color.I've only been to Amsterdam so didn't recognize many of the places, but it was fun nonetheless. Dematons has mixed current and historical vehicles, clothing, etc and included people and characters such as Van Gogh, Santa Claus, and Asterix and Obelix. More than one viewing of the book is ideal or even concentraging on a few pages at a time in order to take everything in. This wou [...]

    Mickie said it best:"What a beautiful, wordless book. Perfect for exploring with your child.cially if you can be snuggling on the couch and drinking tea.Things to look for and talk about:*Gnomes--one on every spread!*Bi-racial families*birthday parties*ecology (wind turbines, wild life releases, land bridges for wildlife)*Schwarzer Peter-on every spread!*Angry Neighbors*Open public outdoor urinals*Two loving grooms*friendly foreigners *a riot, some wrecks and a few catastrophes*Someone about to [...]

    This 2014 USBBY OIB book is a bit of an eye spy! It is a wordless picture book where even the endpapers become part of the pleasure. The illustrations are full-bleed and very detailed. I like the how there is variety in the settings and seasons portrayed in the pictures from rural to urban, and floods to the bounty of summer. Look for workers, vacationers, single people, families, animals, transportation, people reading, musicians, people in the hospital, bicycles, Dutch art, modern buildings, h [...]

    Since this is a picture book without words, there's no actual reading involved. I found it on the New Books shelf on the kids' floor. The pictures are gorgeous; the scenes look exactly the way I remember certain places in Holland, especially the pictures of the village by the North Sea (I imagine that the Frisian town where one of my grandparents came from looks a little like it) and the center of Amsterdam.

    A wordless book exploring Holland and classic Dutch art. There's so much to see and enjoy that I spent probably half an hour with this book. It mixed history with the modern world, conveying humor and inciting curiosity. Some of my favorite finds: a woman fallen over on the ice and no underpants anywhere, Van Gogh painting in an attic room, two just-married men on a boat in the canals, and several gnome sitings.

    I sort of wanted this to be like Richard Scarry's Busy Town for The Netherlands, but it fell short for me. Amazingly detailed illustrations in this wordless book depict everyday life in Holland. Not having been to Holland I craved context for what I was seeing through a descriptive text. Some kids might enjoy pouring over the illustrations on re-readings, and it would be perfect for those with knowledge of Holland.

    Idyllic landscapes and lively urban centers fill this wordless book about the Netherlands. Each image has a painted look, some of which are reminiscent of dutch landscape paintings. There is a search-and-find element, but the book fails to point out that the seven images on the back are what we should look for.As there is no story, the book is purely for the enjoyment of the eyes.

    Anyone who has been to Holland will recognize all the things that make this country special from its gabled houses to its seaside culture to it windmilled agriculture in this beautifully illustrated, and incredibly detailed picture book. It is entirely wordless except for the various advertisements and street signs included in the two page spread pictures.

    This New York Times Best Illustrated Book is just beautiful - so detailed! I loved that I had visited The Netherlands before so I could recognize some of the images. Gorgeous scenes of Dutch culture, seasons, landscapes, architecture, etc. The only thing preventing me from giving it 5 stars is that I wanted descriptions of each scene in the back of the book.

    The accumulation of detail, and the juxtaposition of the modern and the historical make this a fascinating book to pour over. I love the windows of the apartments and houses, the glimpses of tidy Dutch lives. I want to go!

    Bold, intricate illustrations of every day life in the Netherlands introduce young readers to this vibrant country. Readers will pour over the images looking for details they missed on a first, second, or third viewing. Named to the NY Times' Best Illustrated Books list.

    Love this book. Gorgeous. We spent hours pouring over the illustrations looking for the 7 special items that are on every page. (It makes me very happy that one of them was a gnome!) There were so many interesting things to see in all of the scenes.

    Wordless picture book about Holland with almost I Spy format to find little details within the double spread pictures. Beautiful pictures.

    More like a series of paintings than a book that tells a story, HOLLAND sort of reminds me of a travel version of WHERE'S WALDO.

    Prachtig boek. Wij blijven maar zoeken. Elke keer opnieuw. Het vergrootglas komt er regelmatig aan te pas

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