- Author:Shaun Tan
- Publisher:Arthur A. Levine Books; American ed. edition (February 1, 2009)
- Pages:96 pages
- Subcategory:Geography & Cultures
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Its creator, Shaun Tan, is best known for The Arrival, a wordless graphic novel about the experience of migration that .
Its creator, Shaun Tan, is best known for The Arrival, a wordless graphic novel about the experience of migration that remains essential reading. But he has also created wonderful picture books for young readers, including The Red Tree. Tales from Outer Suburbia stands somewhere between the two. It's probably not for younger children; though the stories are short, its knowing sense of humour may be better suited to more sophisticated readers - including adults. The tone is set in the very first story, "The Water Buffalo", in which a water buffalo silently points children in the.
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Shaun Tan Waterbuffalo Eric the exchange student, from 'Tales of Outer Suburbia'. What others are saying. From 'The Arrival' by Shaun Tan- a really good graphic novel with no text, just amazing illustrations. Shaun Tan has the most amazing drawings! Think he used 4 years on this childers book, and 10 (?) on his latest film.
Shaun Tan. A picture book from award-winning illustrator Shaun Tan, Tales from Outer Suburbia is a unique collection of original stories and illustrations. Shaun Tan, creator of The Arrival, The Lost Thing and The Red Tree, reveals the quiet mysteries of everyday life: homemade pets, dangerous weddings, and secret rooms filled with darkness and delight! show more.
Библиографические данные. Tales From Outer Suburbia.
The Lost Thing, 2000, described as Gary Larson meets Jeffrey Smart, contrasts the casual 'What I did on my holidays' narrative with bizarre, freakishly surreal scenes. In 2002 The Red Tree won Patricia Wrightson Award, NSW Premier's Literary Awards and was an Honour Book in the 2002 CBCA awards. Библиографические данные.
On the heels of Shaun Tan’s widely acclaimed book The Arrival comes Tales from Outer Suburbia, a kaleidoscope of dark absurdity aimed at kids. Tan mixes up a surreal brew that at some points resemble Rod Serling, other times Franz Kafka - and still others Edward Lear. In the more traditional mode, Eric presents a foreign exchange student as a visiting little imp filled with mystery, while Broken Toys features the appearance of a man in an old-fashioned diving suit in the neighborhood, eliciting even more mysteries about a crabby neighbor.
Tales From Outer Suburbia is a collection of illustrated stories about, among other things, a water buffalo who hangs out in a vacant lot and gives directions to local kids; stick figures who get beaten up by neighborhood bullies; a giant dugong that appears on someone’s lawn; and the lonely fate.
Tales From Outer Suburbia is a collection of illustrated stories about, among other things, a water buffalo who hangs out in a vacant lot and gives directions to local kids; stick figures who get beaten up by neighborhood bullies; a giant dugong that appears on someone’s lawn; and the lonely fate of all the unread poetry that people write - it joins a. vast river of waste that flows out of suburbia