✓ Quest (Journey Trilogy, #2)☆ Kindle Ebook By ✓ Aaron Becker musicians – groundhogwalking.co.uk

Quest (Journey Trilogy, #2) Aaron Becker, creator of Journey, a Caldecott Honor book, presents the next chapter in his stunning wordless fantasy.A king emerges from a hidden door in a city park, startling two children sheltering from the rain No sooner does he push a map and some strange objects into their hands than he is captured by hostile forces that whisk him back through the enchanted door Just like that, the children are caught up in a quest to rescue the king and his kingdom from darkness, while illuminating the farthest reaches of their imagination Colored markers in hand, they make their own way through the portal, under the sea, through a tropical paradise, over a perilous bridge, and high in the air with the help of a winged friend Journey lovers will be thrilled to follow its characters on a new adventure threaded with familiar elements, while new fans will be swept into a visually captivating story that is even richer and exhilarating than the first. Best Read Kindle ePUB Quest (Journey Trilogy, #2) by Aaron Becker – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. To see this and other wordless picture book reviews, please visit www.readrantrockandroll.com Quest by Aaron Becker is wordless picture book for children and the second in the Journey Trilogy.The little adventurous girl is back and this time with a friend After an encounter with a king, they will embark on another journey to unlock the mystery of a map with their magic markers in hand.What will they discover Follow along with the illustrations to find out if they can save the king.We loved Ques To see this and other wordless picture book reviews, please visit www.readrantrockandroll.com Quest by Aaron Becker is wordless picture book for children and the second in the Journey Trilogy.The litt...

  2. This brilliant second book in the trilogy is an explosion of color Beautifully illustrated, every page offersthan meets the eye with some foreshadowing that children can excitedly identify The last page my favorite, this entire book epitomizes a vast and glorious...

  3. Quest did not, for me, recapture the magic of Journey Where Journey was mysterious, engrossing, and quietly deep, Quest is frantic and needlessly complex And the totally cliche magical good job yay rainbow at the end I m not feeling it, friends Journey captured my imagination and earned my respect with its immaculate book design, jaw dropping images, and well crafted page turns Even if Quest is only a lackluster imitation, it s been done with artistic skill and a story that provides lots Quest did not, for me, recapture the magic of Journey Where Journey was mysterious, engrossing, and quietly deep, Quest is frantic and needlessly complex And the totally cliche magical good job yay rainbow at the end I m not feeling it, friends Journey captured my imagination and earned my respect with its immaculate book design, jaw dropping images, and well crafted page...

  4. To check out my review BOOK IS JUST AS PERFECT AS THE FIRST ONE Sometimes when it comes to children books and series, the sequel is an utter disappointment because the first book may not necessarily need a sequel and the author simply wrote it formoney which is a disappointment and lack of imagination For Aaro...

  5. It s raining, and the Girl with the Red Chalk and the Boy with the Purple Chalk stop riding their tandem bike to take shelter under a bridge.Under the bridge is a door with a stylized squid over it Very steampunk A king emerges with his finger to his mouth, signalling the kids to stay quiet He hands them a map with the locations of 6 colored pieces of chalk on it Then the king is seized by the Japanese soldiers and dragged away.The children immediately use their Chalk to create keys to open It s raining, and the Girl with the Red Chalk and the Boy with the Purple Chalk stop riding their tandem bike to take shelter under a bridge.Under the bridge is a door with a stylized squid over it Very steampunk A king emerges with his finger to his mouth, signalling the kids to stay quiet He hands them a map with the locations of 6 colored pieces of chalk on it Then the king is seized by the Japanese soldiers and dragged away.The children immediately use their Chalk to create keys to open in the door into the Other Realm, only to find the kingdom on fire, being invaded and taken over by the Japanese soldiers They know they must use the king s map to find all the colors of the rainbow.They journey into an underwater kingdom, to the ...

  6. A gorgeous follow up to Journey Now, where can I get some of those crayons

  7. Thinking I really should have looked through 1 first but regardless this is a really cool book I could see this being a fun series for kids who like making up their own stories

  8. Quest is a fantasy adventure book, just like Journey, of a girl and boy who once again venture off into an unknown world to find themselves faced with trying to rescue different colored markers to complete a map they were given by a king This book aims towards both primary and intermediate grade levels I believe that while primary grade levels will fin...

  9. Thanks to the kindness of a Goodreader liking my review ofJourney , I was reminded that I had not tracked down the rest of the trilogy Thanks to the excellence of my library, all three books were close to hand A perfect reading experience for New Year s Day This is very much the middle beat in the trilogy The story is not as strong as the first book, and lacks some of the emotional maturity that will come into its own in the third book Nonetheless, totally five stars for the art, and the s Thanks to the kindness of a Goodreader liking my review ofJourney , I was reminded that I had not tracked down the rest of the trilogy Thanks to the excellence of my library, all three books were close to hand A perfect reading experience for New Year s Day This is very much the middle beat in the trilogy The story is not ...

  10. This series is an imagination explosion Loved these wordless, illustration based stories This series is an imagination explosion Loved these wordless, illustration based stories