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 Although not as intriguing as The Red Book, this wordless picture book by Lehman is still quite interesting. There is no cycle of books within books, but the little boy does go on a great adventure
Review: Museum Trip Juni (4) adored this. She's loving wordless picture books, having the chance to tell the story herself. PLUS, she's really into mazes. It was perfect. She loved the end.
Review: Museum Trip In this wordless picture book, a boy imagines himself inside some of the exhibits when he goes on a field trip to a museum.
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
Review: Museum Trip i liked all the mazes in this book.