The Journey trilogy, and this review series, continues in the second book, Quest.
“My hope is that these stories might inspire us all to place a bit more faith in the power of wonder.”
Our young heroes find themselves thrust once again into a wild land of magic and imagination. And you my dear readers, find yourselves immersed in another wordless wonder.
Trilogies seem to be popular in other age categories, but this is the first true trilogy I’ve come across in the picture book market.
Can you think of other picture book trilogies?
What is your favorite trilogy from any age category?
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When two friends encounter a King in the park, their journey into a magical world begins again. Then the King is captured by hostiles, and the friends are left holding a mysterious map and other objects. Can they unravel the mysteries of the map and save the King and his people from the dark forces?
Quest, by Aaron Becker, is the second book in the Journey trilogy. The incredible, wordless saga continues in this masterpiece. Following the same two children introduced in Journey, they find themselves once again thrust into a wild and fantastical world where anything is possible. Beautifully illustrated and wonderfully told without the necessity of words, this book can be enjoyed again and again. Highly recommended for children of all ages. This is a book that will be treasured for many years to come.
Thank you to Candlewick Press for a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.