MUSEUM TRIP Following on the Caldecott Honor-winning The Red Book (2004) is another mindbending foray into a wordless metafictive narrative. On a field trip to an art museum, a little boy stops to tie a lace and loses his class. Obvious alarm at the multiplicity of empty corridors branching out before him gives way to curiosity as he enters a small room with a display case of mazes—and then he's in the mazes
LibraryThing Review I didn't like this book as much as The Red Book. It is about a boy who loses his group during a trip to museum. He finds a room with mazes and imagines himself traveling through the mazes- it is a book that can spark discussion with children but not as much as The Red Book.
LibraryThing Review After "reading" Museum Trip, I was left wondering if I had ever come across a book like this. This book contained no words but instead, used illustrations to dictate the story. Growing up, I don't
LibraryThing Review A young boy goes to the museum with his class but as he ties his shoe, he gets separated. When he tries to find them, he finds small maze-like prints instead. The wordless adventures that unfold will
LibraryThing Review Wordless book about a boy who gets separated from his group during a trip to an art museum.
LibraryThing Review Barbara Lehman, Museum Trip, (2006). MA: Houghton Mifflin Company Museum Trip features a boy going with his class for a field trip to the Museum - what seems to be an uneventful museum tour turns into