Re-Zoom has ratings and 65 reviews. Open this wordless book and take off on mind-bending visual journeys full of twists, turns, and surprises. Zoom f. Re-zoom by Istvan Banyai, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Open this wordless book and take off on mind-bending visual journeys full of twists, turns, and surprises. Zoom from an Egyptian pyramid to an.

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Sep 07, Shannon Guscetti rated it it was amazing. The illustrations worked well with the concept of the books.

I find it interesting that Banyai only uses the right side of the pages to display his art while the left side was left black and blank without baynai, on purpose. It continues doing this until we end up on a train going into a dark tunnel and we are left with a speck on a black page.

There are no printed words to tell the story, which prompts the reader to try harder to understand what the point of the book is. Nothing is what it seems but everything is connected Processing Ideas There is usually much potential for debriefing and discussion.

This trend continues throughout the book with each image widening the perspective. There was a problem adding your email address. Mar 04, Ashley Cousin rated it it was amazing. At every turn of the page, the verso is a solid black page directing the reader’s eye to the recto. The left page is all black and the right page has the image. Re-Zoom revisits the joy of Zoom. You can’t imagine it from this explanation – you just have to see for yourself, and I strongly urge you to do so.


Requires patience, communication, and perspective taking in order to recreate the story’s sequence. Each person has a picture but cannot show it to others. We did this book from beginning to end, and then from end to beginning.

Refresh and try again. No trivia or quizzes yet. Sep 28, Becky rated it really liked it. The artist has a way of mak Zoom and Re-zoom are both books I would love to have in my library!


It’s fascinating to watch each of the pictures zoom out and each time become amazed to discover what the last picture really was. Again, I really enjoyed this worldless post modern picture book, it gives a different perspective about things. To view it, click here. Oct 28, Caitlin rated it it was ok. What prevented such strategies from being considered? Sometimes leadership efforts will emerge to try to understand the overall story. Encourage participants to study their picture, since it contains important information to help solve a problem.

The book begins with a grainy read and blue image that is hard to discern.


It really gives kids an up close idea of cultural perspectives from around the world. Books by Istvan Banyai.

The books contains certain elements found in many postmodern picture books. The reader is instantly captured by the illustrations and all of the great detail among them. I isfvan the reasoning behind this is to have the reader slow down and take in each individual image while showing at the same time that each picture is part of something bigger when we take a step back and open ourselves to what is surrounding us.

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RE-ZOOM by Istvan Banyai | Kirkus Reviews

Love the mind-twisting pictures in it. I did not think I would enjoy the book this much and I was not rezokm to read it. However, just when you think you have it all figured out you are taken on another journey through another perspective.

The illustrations are highly detailed and colorful, which completely transports the reader from each s ReZoom revisits the same idea as the original Zoom. It wasn’t as seamless as the first.