Hey Willy, See the Pyramids

Hey Willy See the Pyramids A young boy pleads with his older sister for some bedtime stories and Lulu obliges with some brief highly imaginative tales that are matched to perfection with Kalman s friendly illustrations elect

  • Title: Hey Willy, See the Pyramids
  • Author: Maira Kalman
  • ISBN: 9780670821631
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A young boy pleads with his older sister for some bedtime stories, and Lulu obliges with some brief, highly imaginative tales that are matched to perfection with Kalman s friendly illustrations, electric and eccentric Childlike but with a cutting, surreal edge, these pictures are wildly funny This is a free spirited book that will engage children on many levels Schoo A young boy pleads with his older sister for some bedtime stories, and Lulu obliges with some brief, highly imaginative tales that are matched to perfection with Kalman s friendly illustrations, electric and eccentric Childlike but with a cutting, surreal edge, these pictures are wildly funny This is a free spirited book that will engage children on many levels School Library Journal

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    1. Now, I will admit that I have never read any book from Maira Kalman before and this book, “Hey Willy, See the Pyramids” is the first book I had read from Maira Kalman. But now that I had read this book, I think that I will check out more of Maira Kalman’s works in the near future!The book starts off with a young boy asking his sister Lulu to tell him some stories and even though Lulu did not want to tell stories at first, she begins telling eleven stories that are full of humor, surrealism [...]

    2. I gave this book to my nephew for Christmas when he was a little boy. This year, when he was interviewing for colleges, he was asked to name one book that influenced his life. He chose this book.I always enjoy reading this book aloud. Duncan especially likes it when we read the part about the person named Dudu. Funny. The illustrations are complex, with the kind of detail that keeps you looking for new things each time you open the cover.I think I like the black pages with the bedtime conversati [...]

    3. This is a mind-expanding book. It's quirky (like all of Kalman's books), beautifully illustrated (with real art), and it introduces the character Max the blue dog who stars in some of her later books. It looks like a kids book, but really offers something for all who are open to it. Kids can relate to LuLu and her brother, and adults can better relate to kids when they remember their own dreams and fantasies and (if they're lucky) the stories their siblings told to get them to go to sleep. A gre [...]

    4. I gave this book a 4 not only because I love Kalman, but because the book has enormous appeal. As I was reading it I kept thinking of how utterly random it was. But then I rememberedis book is about a little boy begging his sister to tell him 5 bedtime stories. So she does. The stories in this book are the wild, imaginative stories she tells him.

    5. For the life of me I can't remember why I put this title on hold. What a strange book. I especially like the dog that tried to run away.

    6. I generally love Kalman's illustrations but wasn't wild about them here, and didn't like the stories that much either, although I also feel like I didn't "get" the whole book.

    7. This is Kalman at her jumping, jazzy, barely-tethered best. Eleven little stories strung together as one: the story a sister tells her little brother to get him to go to sleep. The pages where they're talking are completely black, which makes each of the pages between them - swarming with prepositions and color and several little characters who don't appear to be entirely human - all the more striking, and memorable. A pitch-perfect representation of the territory between restless wakefulness an [...]

    8. My daughter grabbed this at the library the other day. I read it outloud to her and spent the whole time thinking that it was the weirdest book ever. But after I closed it and tucked her in bed, I couldn't stop thinking about it and the more I thought, the more it occurred to me how strangely awesome this book actually is.

    9. Of course I love Maira Kalman. My only complaint is that there's so much going on on the page that I'm afraid I'll miss something. Maybe when I have kids, they can become obsessed with her books and then we'll read them over and over and I'll see it all.

    10. I'm a fan of Kalman's books, but I wasn't drawn into the verse or the images this time. The visuals were certainly dreamlike (as they were intended for the listener in the story), but odd dreams indeed. At least the dreams were in magnificent color!

    11. This is a kid's book for grown-ups to enjoy, or maybe a grown-up's book written by a kid, or maybe just a book dictated by a kid and illustrated by a grown-up (in the style of a kid), I can't really tell.Cute.

    12. I suggest reading this book aloud. It has a flow that is both theatrical and poetic. Have fun with it. The pictures are wonderful. I haven't met a child that does not become completely engrossed. I really love this book.

    13. We laughed on the part when Maishel Shmelkin forgot to wear his pants. Ha ha. I would have given this book 5 stars except I don't care much for the illustrations. It is a good idea that an older sibling is telling her younger sibling stories in the night because he can't get to sleep.

    14. Its abstract and it makes us laugh. We read it in a sleepy way like a mixed-up dream. There are several books by this artist. I'm sure we don't have them all, but this one is a current favorite. We read it tonight.

    15. Maybe one of the most formative books of my young life, and probably the reason I began to write. This book was invaluable to me, and still is. Thank you, Maira.

    16. My family's first intro to Maira Kalman. Maischel Schmelkin and his pants are still a legend in my family!

    17. Silly and wonderful. Which came first - the illustrations or the stories? Surreal but with an interesting connective thread.

    18. I cannot honestly say that I really get the text or the illustrations. Nor do I see the appeal for young children in this picture book.

    19. Maira Kalman always makes me laugh and see life in vivid colors and shapes. Her books are for 'children' of all ages.

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