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by Emily Hughes


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Emily Hughes is an author and illustrator who grew up in Hawaii, and now lives and works in the United Kingdom. In this post, Emily talks about the creation of ‘Wild’.

Emily Hughes is an author and illustrator who grew up in Hawaii, and now lives and works in the United Kingdom. Her artwork has been widely exhibited and her picturebooks have received international recognition. In 2015, Emily was chosen to represent the UK in the prestigious Biennial of Illustration Bratislava (BIB).

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Wild by Emily Hughes Flying Eye Books. Emily Hughes is based in the UK and grew up in Hawaii. Story notes by Gail Ellis. Illustrators invent worlds. They can invite you to step into the detail of a painted woodland, a woodland so decorative that you might lose yourself in the page. This is how Lauren Child sums up the visual splendour and detail of the beautiful, colourful and expressive illustrations in Wild. Picture dictation and introducing the picture book. 1. Tell children they are going to listen to a story about a young girl. First, the children are.

Illustrations courtesy of Flying Eye Books, Emily Hughes; photographs my own. donating loving. In 2019, the 13th year of Brain Pickings, I poured tremendous time, thought, and resources in keeping this labor of love going and keeping it free (and ad-free)

Illustrations courtesy of Flying Eye Books, Emily Hughes; photographs my own. In 2019, the 13th year of Brain Pickings, I poured tremendous time, thought, and resources in keeping this labor of love going and keeping it free (and ad-free). If you find any joy and value in what I do, please consider becoming a Sustaining Patron with a recurring monthly donation of your choosing, between a cup of tea and a good lunch. Your support really matters.

A children's book filled with wit and atmosphere about a wild little girl who has known nothing but nature. Children's Picture H/B. Country Of Origin. In this beautiful picture book by Hawaiian artist Emily Hughes, we meet a little girl who has kwn thing but nature from birth-she was taught to talk by birds, to eat by bears, and to play by foxes. She is unashamedly, irrefutably, irrepressibly wild. That is, until she is snared by some very strange animals that look oddly like her, but they don't talk right, eat right, or play correctly.

Wild by Emily Hughes The Best Children’s Books of 2014. A Sweet Illustrated Celebration of Our Wild Inner Child – Brain Pickings. A tender and mischievous invitation to pause and ask, as Mary Oliver did: What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? You Cannot Tame Something So Happily Wild - "Wild" Illustrated Children's Book.

Emily Anne Hughes (born January 26, 1989) is an American former figure skater. She is the 2007 Four Continents silver medalist and 2007 . national silver medalist

Emily Anne Hughes (born January 26, 1989) is an American former figure skater. national silver medalist. She competed at the 2006 Winter Olympics, finishing 7th. Hughes was born in Great Neck, New York. Her father, John Hughes, is a Canadian of Irish descent, and was the captain of the NCAA champion 1969–70 Cornell University ice hockey team. Her mother, Amy Pastarnack, is Jewish and is a breast cancer survivor

"You cannot tame something so happily wild."In this beautiful picture book by Hawaiian artist Emily Hughes, we meet a little girl who has known nothing but nature from birth—she was taught to talk by birds, to eat by bears, and to play by foxes. She is unashamedly, irrefutably, irrepressibly wild. That is, until she is snared by some very strange animals that look oddly like her, but they don't talk right, eat right, or play correctly. She's puzzled by their behavior and their insistence on living in these strange concrete structures: there's no green here, no animals, no trees, no rivers. Now she lives in the comfort of civilization. But will civilization get comfortable with her?In her debut picture book, Hughes brings an uncanny humor to her painterly illustrations. Her work is awash with color, atmosphere, and a stunning visual splendor that will enchant children while indulging their wilder tendencies. Wild is a twenty-first-century answer to Maurice Sendak's children's classic—it has the same inventiveness, groundbreaking art, and unmissable quirkiness.

Comments: (7)

Agalen
This book has beautiful illustrations, but the story itself was a bit simple and short, not quite what we were looking for. I was honestly a bit let down after reading all of these glowing reviews. Synopsis: There's a wild girl, some humans find her, they think she's strange, she thinks they're strange, so eventually she leaves to be wild again. The End. It's a nice concept, and a nice story, I just wish there was a bit more of it.
Zavevidi
One of my new favorite children's books! I had not previously read any of Emily Hughes' books and I am so glad I found her! I am an avid reader and so are my children. I have a 7, 4, and 2 year old and they all love it when I read Wild to them! It's funny, cute, and has a great moral to the story.
Inth
I didn’t like this story. I thought it sounded cute and bought as a gift, but I couldn’t even give it to them. She gets adopted by a psychologist and then runs away again back to the wild. I’m not really sure what message it is that it even sends.
Rko
There is an inherent spunk to this book that the wild child in me wishes to impart on my child. Most importantly, the theme of being YOU and that YOU are worthy just as YOU are, is one that cannot be over told. I love this book and I hope my daughter does, too!
Prinna
My niece absolutely loves this book. I bought it for her for Christmas and here is what she wrote me in a thank you note. (She is six.)
On a green tri-fold punctuated with little stickers she says:
Just a little something
to say
what I did
when I got that book.
I said........
"Wow!!!!"
and I also said:
"I love it!" Just as if I were saying it to you right then.

Now how cute is that?? A review for the ages.
Conjulhala
I bought this for my 2 year old son for Christmas. I read about it in an article before I purchased it and thought it sounded perfect since I call him my "wild thing". The pictures are fun and inviting. The story of the free spirited little girl who doesn't fit in with the couple who take her in and she ends up going back to the wild where always belonged is the cutest little story and quite humorous too. I absolutely adore this book and my wild thing does too!
Visonima
This book is really fun and inventive. I bought it as a gift for my nieces - who are turning 3 - and they have been obsessed with it ever since. The complexity of the drawings is incredible - they find something new every time they read it. I am the most popular auntie ever!
The illustrations are WONDERFUL. But it doesn't really hold my 3 year olds attention and there's not really any moral to the story.
Wild download epub
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Emily Hughes
ISBN: 1909263087
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Flying Eye Books (September 10, 2013)
Pages: 32 pages