Jim Curious: A Voyage to the Heart of the Sea in 3-D Vision

JimCurious_all2.jpg
JimCurious_all.jpg
JimCurious_cover.jpg
JimCurious_inside.jpg
JimCurious_use.jpg
JimCurious_all2.jpg
JimCurious_all.jpg
JimCurious_cover.jpg
JimCurious_inside.jpg
JimCurious_use.jpg
sold out

Jim Curious: A Voyage to the Heart of the Sea in 3-D Vision

19.95

Jim Curious: A Voyage to the Heart of the Sea in 3-D Vision, written by Mattias Picard, portrays the fantastical story of a young boy and his thrilling trip to the bottom of the sea in an old-fashioned diving suit.  But there are no words telling his tale—only intricately illustrated images in exceptional 3-D.  On his journey, Jim initially passes the garbage tossed into the waters by land-dwellers, but soon he goes deeper and deeper, immersing himself in the wonders of the waters.  He encounters sea creatures large and small, a sunken pirate ship, and even the rem­nant of what seems to be Atlantis, before coming upon a mysterious force at the bottom that turns everything on its head.

Add To Cart

Praise for Jim Curious
"Who needs 3D IMAX technology? Originally published in France, this near-wordless picture book ensures an incredible journey without ever leaving the sofa." --Publishers Weekly, starred review
"In this wordless picture book–esque graphic novel, Picard gets to the heart of visual storytelling with a beautifully illustrated 3-D deep sea adventure." --School Library Journal, starred review
"Here’s a masterful triple threat—wordless book, comics-style book, 3-D book—that successfully parries all charges of gimmickry." --The Bulletin of The Center for Children’s Books, starred review
"The lush, expressive black-and-white, full-page illustrations in this wordless graphic novel would be thrilling enough on their own, but French graphic designer Picard has rendered them in glorious, artful 3-D. When Jim slips beneath the surface of the water, the pictures pop off the page, giving a lovely sense of depth to his deep sea dive." --Booklist
"A thoroughly immersive outing."--Kirkus Review

ISBN: 1-4197-1043-5