[PDF] The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs By William Joyce – Chainnews.us

The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs The Brave Good Bugs March Off To Save The GardenFirst, They Must Fight The Evil Spider QueenBefore Summoning The Leaf Men To Save The DayBut What About The Mystery Of The Long Lost Toy Here Is Ancient Elfin Magic, Epic Adventure, And A Bugle Salute To The Power Of Memory, Loyalty And Love As Resounding As Robin Hood S Call To His Merry Men

[PDF] The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs  By William Joyce – Chainnews.us
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs
  • William Joyce
  • English
  • 14 November 2017
  • 0060272376

10 thoughts on “The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs


  1. says:

    On the cover of the book the leaf men are on the bottom There s also a moon with the title on the top The books is in a dark blue There s a picture on every other page with writing on the other.This book is pretty much about an army of leaf men This book tells what they go through There s also enemies or bad characters that they have to face like the spider.


  2. says:

    I really liked the idea of this book but it came together in a way that just felt a bit off for some reason The pictures seem okay, with an odd sense of plasticity to them for a book about a fantastical garden The execution of the style seems fine and the organic edges of the pictures are likely meant to be soft and dreamlike However, the often dark colors seem to be jarring against the mostly white pages, creating an awfully bright book for a night time story The story itself is a little I really liked the idea of this book but it came together in a way that just felt a bit off for some reason The pictures seem okay, with an odd sense of plasticity to them for a book about a fantastical garden The execution of the style seems fine and the organic edges of the pictures are likely meant to be soft and dreamlike However, the often dark colors seem to be jarring against the mostly white pages, creating an awfully bright book for a night time story The story itself is a little odd I had difficulty figuring that one of the bugs was a bad guy and the others were good guys until about halfway through the book I didn t quite understand the necessity of the alien lookng leaf men either and I thought that having the missing key as a little metal man was a bit patriarchal It also seemed strange to have such an old lady actually recover and all of a sudden be fine but maybe I m just a disillusioned grownup and who can t let herself have fun with a fantasy story


  3. says:

    Fanciful illustrations, but inexplicable storyline Things happen because they do, not because they make sense I am astounded that the movie Epic could be spawned from such a slight tale All that being said, there is a charm to the book that is undeniable I doubt children will be bothered by new characters being introduced every other page The deus ex machina story resolution will hardly bother them either Children will likely be too entranced by the delightful illustrations which harken ba Fanciful illustrations, but inexplicable storyline Things happen because they do, not because they make sense I am astounded that the movie Epic could be spawned from such a slight tale All that being said, there is a charm to the book that is undeniable I doubt children will be bothered by new characters being introduced every other page The deus ex machina story resolution will hardly bother them either Children will likely be too entranced by the delightful illustrations which harken back to early 1900 styles, not that they ll care about that either


  4. says:

    I am falling for William Joyce Hard All of the art, all of the stories For some reason it is not widely publicized when a movie is made from a book of his, there aren t movie covers and special editions which is fine but I would have discovered him a lot sooner if I had known I love the illustrations, and his stories are so creative and original I can t wait to readof his work This will be in my library whether I have children or not.


  5. says:

    The story line is bewildering, which is then compounded by Joyce s style, which in this instance I find unsatisfyingly weird Being dreamlike may allow for some latitude, but in this case doesn t overcome its problems.


  6. says:

    There is a garden, that belongs to an elderly lady When the woman becomes sick the garden starts to die Brave doodle bugs, embark on a mission to summon the Leaf Men to help, but the evil spider queen stands in their way yeah everything goes back to normal.Children s picture book I love William Joyce books This was wonderfully done, leaving just enough information to let the imagination go Love the pictures.


  7. says:

    I want to read the guardians books by this author but this book got to the library first I wanted to like it but I think it is confusing Maybe the story would makesense in a longer book or with less characters Sagan 6


  8. says:

    Adorable premise and book I loved it


  9. says:

    Strange art and weird story but still really good.


  10. says:

    While I was away on a trip last week, my hubby took our girls to see the movie Epic, which is apparently based loosely on this book I asked our girls what they thought about the two and they said that they were very different, but they liked them both This was a strange tale and the illustrations are a bit bizarre, but considering the author also wrote The Sandman The Story of Sanderson Mansnoozie, I was expecting nothing less We enjoyed reading this book together.interesting quoteThings m While I was away on a trip last week, my hubby took our girls to see the movie Epic, which is apparently based loosely on this book I asked our girls what they thought about the two and they said that they were very different, but they liked them both This was a strange tale and the illustrations are a bit bizarre, but considering the author also wrote The Sandman The Story of Sanderson Mansnoozie, I was expecting nothing less We enjoyed reading this book together.interesting quoteThings may come and things may go, she said But never forget the garden is a miraculous place, and anything can happen on a beautiful moonlit nightp 30

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