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    From two-time Caldecott Winner author-illustrator Sophie Blackall!

    If You Come to Earth is a glorious guide to our home planet, and a call for us to take care of both Earth and each other.

    This stunning book is inspired by the thousands of children Sophie Blackall has met during her travels around the world in support of UNICEF and Save the Children.
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"It's far and away the best work she's done. . . . No detail escapes Blackall's attention, though; close reading is richly rewarded. . . . Though its scope is expansive, "If You Come to Earth" feels, in the end, intimate."-The New York Times―-

"The true delight of [If You Come to Earth] lies in its stunning illustrations. Each page features a dynamic, energetic composition, a wealth of precise detail arranged in unexpected ways. . . . Sweet, funny, moving, timely, and beautiful."-Horn Book Magazine, starred review ―-

"To take care of one another and the Earth, we must truly see one another as unique and valued. . . . Throughout [If You Come to Earth], diverse people are distinctively, carefully portrayed, emphasizing representation and visibility. . . . Two-time Caldecott Medalist Blackall's rich illustration invites return visits to investigate all the small, and big, details they contain. . . . An introduction to Earth for children big and small who live in this galaxy, or beyond."-Kirkus Reviews―-

"[Sophie Blackall's] signature Chinese ink and watercolor illustrations will draw children in for repeat readings to pore over each detail. . . . Each page is well researched and inclusive, as Blackall depicts the many different people who live in the world. . . . With its gorgeous and intricate illustrations, [If You Come to Earth] is perfect for sharing."-School Library Journal, starred review―-

"[E]xquisite . . . Magnificent . . . [D]azzling. . . . [If You Come to Earth] is a book that can be shared with strangers, visitors, friends old and new-a work in which differences build to reveal an inclusive human family on a single, precious planet."-Publishers Weekly, starred review―-

"Blackall writes in honest, uncomplicated prose, her unpretentious statements all the more resonant for their frankness. She covers nearly every aspect of existence. . . . Blackall's colorful, clever illustrations feel as though she has focused a giant microscope on the planet. You could spend hours poring over the details on every page. . . . [If You Come to Earth is] a sprawling, ambitious take on some of life's biggest questions."-BookPage ―-

"[V]ivid, delicate, and precise, Blackall composes intricate spreads that express the vast diversity of the planet. . . As a two-time Caldecott winner, [she] is deservedly celebrated, and here she pairs her accomplished artwork with a story children will want to read and a message that resonates. [If You Come to Earth] is one to take your time with, savor, and share with others."-Booklist, starred review―-
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  • 소피 블래콜(Sophie Blackall)
  • 뉴욕 타임스를 비롯해서 많은 신문과 잡지의 삽화를 그렸습니다.『루비의 소원』으로 뛰어난 화가에게 주는 상인 ‘에즈라 잭 키츠 상’을 받았으며, 전통 옷, 붓글씨, 도자기 등 중국의 문화를 잘 나타냈다는 평을 받았습니다.『프랑스로 떠난 기린』『20가지 파티 요령』에 그림을 그렸습니다.소피 블래콜은 ‘아이비와 빈’ 시리즈를 그린 유명한 화가이다. ‘아이비와 빈’은 수많은 상을 받은 베스트셀러 시리즈로, 국제 아동구호 비정부기구(NGO) ‘세이브 더 칠드런’의 글 읽기 캠페인과 뉴욕 지하철 포스터에 이 시리즈의 그림이 쓰이기도 했다. 칼데콧 상 외에도 에즈라 잭 키츠 상을 받은 바 있다.
     

    Sophie Blackall is a Brooklyn based Australian artist. She has illustrated over twenty books for children, including Ruby"s Wish (Chronicle Books, 2003) which won the Ezra Jack Keats Award, Meet Wild Boars (Henry Holt, 2005) which won a BCCB Blue Ribbon Picture Book Award and the Founders Award from the Society of Illustrators, Big Red Lollipop (Viking, 2010) which was a New York Times Top Ten Picture Book for 2010, and the ongoing Ivy and Bean series (Chronicle Books), which has over a million copies in print. Blackall has collaborated with many notable authors, including Aldous Huxley, Judith Viorst, Jane Yolen and Meg Rosoff. Her editorial illustrations have appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Time, Gourmet, Food & Wine, Town & Country and many others.
    Her latest project,
    http://www.missedconnectionsny.blogspot.com Missed Connections, which began as a blog in early 2009, is an ongoing series of paintings based on real, anonymous messages posted online by lovelorn strangers.
    
     

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