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A boy discovers a strange creature. Shaun Tan's world is interesting, full of details and gives you something to think about.

the Lost Thing: Shaun Tan Great sophisticated picture book that will get you thinking. Great in the class room to inspire writing.

Shaun Tan - Arrival

mybeautifulcloset: “ The Arrival - Shaun Tan Buy it, it’s beautiful. And he’s really an amazing artist, you should really check him out.

Memorial illustrated by Shaun Tan

Memorial illustrated by Shaun Tan

memorial shaun tan gary crew - asking questions free lesson aligned to the Aust.

The Rabbits:Amazon:Books Re: colonization & domination.

The Rabbits (illustrated by Shaun Tan). Tells the story of the colonisation of Australia and the oppression of the aboriginal peoples (numbats) by the British (rabbits). Fantastic metaphor and imagery.

This book is set in a world where the City is at war. Southside, the hostiles live in squalor and desperation, and are desperate to cross the bridges to the City. Cityside, the intelligence service ISIS is in charge and it is determined to keep the hostiles at bay. Nik is destined to be a great agent with ISIS, but is surprisingly overlooked during recruitment. Before he can find out why, their school is bombed and Nik and his friends are forced to flee.

The Bridge by Jane Higgins. Found in face out under H and as an e-book. The City is divided. The bridges gated. In Southside, the hostiles live in squalor and desperation, waiting for a chance to overrun the residents of Cityside.

Do you remember the water buffalo at the end of our street, or the deep-sea diver we found near the underpass

Tales From Outer Suburbia- From the much-acclaimed creator of The Arrival, The Red Tree and The Lost Thing, fifteen intriguing illustrated stories about the mysteries that lurk below the surface of suburban life.

"The bridge will only take you halfway there, to those mysterious lands you long to see. Through gypsy camps and swirling Arab fair, and moonlit woods where unicorns run free. So come and walk awhile with me and share the twisting trails and wondrous worlds I've known. But this bridge will only take you halfway there. The last few steps you have to take alone." — Shel Silverstein

Inspiring inquiry through picture books.

Lost and Found: Three by Shaun Tan (Lost and Found Omnibus) by Shaun Tan love this book

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