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The Land of Lines by Victor Hussenot


The Land of Lines
by Victor Hussenot


I spotted this with the juvie graphic novels the other day at the library and gave it a quick read. It's a book without words, but the pictures more than tell the story. It's the story of two little characters, one red and one blue, and they live in a land of lines. They go on an adventure together, rescue a yellow character they run into, and they do everything... maybe even fall in love? Nope! Definitely a cute twist.

The story was slow at the start and wasn't too complex by the end, but it was beautifully and creatively illustrated. It's great to see what just a few colors and a bunch of lines can amount to.

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