Every Dreaming Creature: An Afternoon with Brendan Wenzel
Join us at The Book Stall on Tuesday, October 3 at 4:00 pm for an after-school discussion with award-winning author and illustrator, Brendan Wenzel, in partnership with Winnetka-Northfield Public Library District! He will be sharing his new picture book, Every Dreaming Creature, a visually stunning exploration of animal senses through dreams. In a starred review, Publishers Weekly says, “In experiential text and form-forward mixed-media art, Caldecott Honoree Wenzel imagines a young dreamer inhabiting the body and consciousness of a succession of animals….It’s one thing to watch creatures; in this empathetic picture book, Wenzel imagines what it’s like to be them.” This book is perfect for kids ages 4 to 8. Mr. Wenzel will be signing his books!
This event is free with registration. To register, please visit our website.
More About the Book: Welcome to a magical world of endless curiosity. You are a sleeping salamander. A dancing octopus. A speeding falcon…even a sneaking tiger and playful human child. As one dream slips into another, every page turn immerses you in the sensory wonder of the world and all its creatures, from the ocean depths to soaring skies, and everything in between. Each creature dreams and experiences life in a different way. Each is connected despite their differences.
Poetic and universal in its gentle message of interconnectedness, Every Dreaming Creature yields deeper meaning with every read, offering new discoveries hidden within the acclaimed artist Brendan Wenzel’s dazzling, vibrant artwork.
More About the Author: Brendan Wenzel is the New York Times bestselling author and illustrator of the Caldecott Honor Book They All Saw a Cat, as well as the acclaimed picture books A Stone Sat Still, Hello Hello, and Inside Cat. He has also illustrated numerous works for children including Some Pets and Some Bugs and Life. With a great affection for all things furred, feathered, and scaly, he is a proud collaborator with many groups working to protect and conserve wild places and creatures. He lives in Brooklyn and invites you to visit him at brendanwenzel.info.