This New York Times Best Illustrated Publication is a mainly true and entirely stinky story that is certain to make you say, “Pee-yew!” Teaching eco-friendly awareness has actually end up being a national priority, and also this hilarious book (subtly) drives house the message that we can’t develop boundless trash without consequences.Before everyone recycled . . .   There was a tvery own that had actually 3,168 loads of garbage and nowright here to put it.   What did they do?   Enter the Garbage Barge! Amazing art constructed out of junk, toys, and also discovered objects by Red Nose Studio provides this the perfect book for Earth Day or any type of day, and photos on the ago side of the jacket display exactly how the art was produced.   Here Comes the Garbage Barge was a New York Times Best Illustrated book of 2010, a Huffington Message Best Picture Publication of the Year, and also a School Library Journal Best Publication of the Year. The Washington Message sassist, “Cautionary? Yes. Hilarious? You betcha!” and also the New York Times Publication Recheck out raved, “ glorious visual treat.”

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Jonah Winter is the author of You Never before Heard of Sandy Koufax?!, Muhammad Ali: Champion of the World, and also Dizzy, all of which received multiple starred reviews. He lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Red Nose Studio creates eccentric civilizations of sculptural and also 3-D illustrations. Red Nose Studio’s illustrations have showed up in The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Chicearlier Tribune, and various other publications.

Editorial Reviews

Starred Recheck out, School Library Journal, January 2010: "This title must be a component of eincredibly elementary institution ecology unit."Starred Recheck out, Publishers Weekly, January 11, 2010: "Funky in every feeling of the word."Starred Review, Kirkus Reviews, January 15, 2010: "A stinky story never before seemed so sweet ... great combination of message and image."Starred Review, The Bulletin of the Center for Children"s Books, April 2010: "

acked through visual delights."Recheck out, The New York Times Book Rewatch, November 7, 2010: " glorious visual treat."Resee, The Washington Post, March 21, 2010: "Cautionary? Yes. Hilarious? You betcha!"Rewatch, Los Angeles Times, March 25, 2010: "Here comes the Garbage Barge! tells the story in wondercompletely colorful language and inventive claymation-style illustrations."Recheck out, Chicearlier Sun-Times, April 18, 2010: "As compelling as the story is, so are the inexplicable illustrations."