Hilda and the Bird Parade
Praise for the previous book in the series, Hilda and the Midnight Giant:"Surreal, kid-friendly, dreamlike comedy."—Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing"Pearson's whimsical artwork—a cross between Lucky Luke and Miyazaki—creates a magical spell of a mysterious world of hidden creatures, and the production... show more
Praise for the previous book in the series, Hilda and the Midnight Giant:"Surreal, kid-friendly, dreamlike comedy."—Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing"Pearson's whimsical artwork—a cross between Lucky Luke and Miyazaki—creates a magical spell of a mysterious world of hidden creatures, and the production of the book make it a treasure in itself. The story—comparable to the Adventures of Polo series by Regis Faller and Copper by Kazu Kibuishi—never flags in imagination or wonder."—Publishers WeeklyHilda and her mother have finally laid roots in their new home in Trolberg. Pining for her magical friends and wonder-filled homeland, Hilda is finding it hard to fit in to this crowded new place but today is somehow different, today Hilda sees a glimmer of that magic she left behind in the fjords . . .Luke Pearson, author of Hildafolk, Hilda and the Midnight Giant, and Everything We Miss, has fast become one of the leading talents of the UK comics scene, garnering rave reviews for his books. He is also a frequent contributor to a number of comic anthologies in the United Kingdom as well as self-publishing a number of small-run homemade comics.
Publish date: April 2nd 2013
Publisher: Flying Eye Books
Pages no: 44
Edition language: English
, Middle Grade
, Picture Books
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleI love this series so much. Hilda is just adorable. As with the previous books, this one has a great story and great artwork. I really enjoy Hilda's character and the strange adventures she has. Everything about this series is fantastic. Can't wait to ...
Hilda and the Bird Parade takes Hilda away from her childhood home, forests and wide expanses to explore to the big city. Her mornings waking up in the city are very different from those she had in the wilds, she doesn't see the green plains and snow capped mountain tops, but instead the dirty st...
When Hilda gets lost in the city, her mother asks people if they've seen a girl about this tall with blue hair. It's brilliant.Library copy.