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TEXT Ù We Found a Hat Ñ Klassen Jon The award winning author of I Want My Hat Back is at his glorious best Guardian Best Books of the Year Two turtles have found a hat The hat looks good on both of them But there are two turtles And there is only one hat Evoking hilarity and sympathy the shifting eyes tell the tale in this perfectly paced story in three parts highlighting Jon Klassen's visual comedy deceptive simplicity and deliciously deadpan humour Available at last in a stylish sturdy board book format this bestselling story is perfect for sharing in a lap with the smallest of hands Klassen is a genuine genius in the world of literature I've read books with hundreds thousands of pages which didn't illustrate character and motivation as clearly as this little book

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EBOOK ¾ EPUB We Found a Hat ¶ FREE à [Read] ➪ We Found a Hat By Klassen Jon – Eyltransferservices.co.uk The award winning author of I Want My Hat Back is at his glorious best Guardian Best Books of the Year Two turtles have found a hat The hat looks good on both of them But there are two turtles And the The award winnin The award winning author of I Want My Hat Back is at his glorious best Guardian Best Books of the Year Two turtles have found a hat The hat looks good on both of them But there are two turtles And there is only one hat Evoking hilarity and sympathy the shifting eyes tell the tale in this perfectly paced story in three parts highlighting Jon Klassen's visual comedy deceptive simplicity and deliciously deadpan humour Available at last in a stylish sturdy board book format this bestselling story is perfect for sharing in a lap with the smallest of hands “If you perceive the universe as being a universe of abundance then it will be If you think of the universe as one of scarcity then it will be” legendary graphic designer Milton Glaser observed in his conversation with Debbie Millman One might say that it is difficult perhaps even delusional to elect perception over the hard facts of physical reality — after all if there is only one apple in front of you how could you perceive your way to having two? And yet the great physicist David Bohm a scientist grounded in the fundamental building blocks of physical reality articulated a parallel truth in contemplating how our perceptions shape our reality Reality is what we take to be true What we take to be true is what we believeBeloved children’s book author and illustrator Jon Klassen explores this disorienting paradox with great subtlety simplicity and sensitivity in We Found a Hat public library — the conclusion of his celebrated hat trilogy following I Want My Hat Back 2011 and This Is Not My HatThe story follows two turtles who discover a hat together — a very winsome hat they both feel — and are suddenly faced by a practical predicament There is one hat to be had and two of them who want to have itCarrying Klassen’s minimalist maximally expressive illustrations — entire worlds of emotion and intent are intimated by the turn of the turtles’ black and white eyes — are his eually spartan words which envelop his protagonists’ interior worlds in sweetness and gentleness as he tells this touching story of covetousness transformed into generosity and justiceWhen two turtles are out on a walk they find hat debate and close withIt looks good on both of us But it would not be right if one of us had a hat and the other did notAs the sun begins to set and the predicament remains unresolved the turtles decide to leave the hat where it is and forget they found it But as they retire to sleep the hat occupies their restless imagination Like Dostoyevsky who discovered the meaning of life in a dream the turtles arrive at their solution via the nocturnal imagination

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We Found a HatThe award winning author of I Want My Hat Back is at his glorious best Guardian Best Books of the Year Two turtles have found a hat The hat looks good on both of them But there are two turtles And there is only one hat Evoking hilarity and sympathy the shifting eyes tell the tale in this perfectly paced story in three parts highlighting Jon Klassen's visual comedy deceptive simplicity and deliciously deadpan humour Available at last in a stylish sturdy board book format this bestselling story is perfect for sharing in a lap with the smallest of hands I fell in love with this book as soon as I read it The story is simple enough for children to understand but still fun enough for adults plus the illustrations are minimal but still gorgeous I bought it for my four year old niece who doesn't like to to share with her younger brother as I hoped it might help to nudge her in the right direction It is obviously meant for kids but the illustrationscolours are so modern and almost Scandinavian looking that it wouldn't look out of place on a hipster's coffee table I have also read 'I Want My Hat Back' by Klassen which is also very good and much funnier but 'We Found A Hat' is probably still my favourite of the two if I had to pick