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Walt Disney: Cinderella (Anglais) Relié – 28 août 2007

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This is a story about darkness and light, about sorrow and joy, about something lost and something found. This is a story about Love.


Cinderella’s story has been told over and over, but never has it been touched by the kind of magic found in this book. Mary Blair painted the original pictures for Walt Disney’s incomparable animated film, and here her elegant art is gathered together as a picture book for the first time. Cynthia Rylant’s stories about hardscrabble lives have won not only awards and honors, but hearts. Who better to take a young girl from the darkness of her garret room to the light and brilliance of a ballroom?

Together these two great artists have created something quite astonishing: a Cinderella that is breathtaking, heartrending, and joyous, both for those who are coming to the tale for the very first time, and for those who think they know it well.  



Biographie de l'auteur

Cynthia Rylant has written more than 100 children's books, from board books and picture books, to chapter books and novels. Rylant won the Newbery Medal for her novel Missing May, and a Newbery Honor for A Fine White Dust. She's also the author of two Caldecott Honor books and more than twenty Henry and Mudge chapter books. In 2006, she became the first recipient of the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award for Henry and Mudge and the Great Grandpas. She has illustrated her own picture books as well, including Dog Heaven and Cat Heaven.

Mary Blair (1911 1978) was one of Walt Disney's most brilliant conceptual designers, helping define the look of such classics as Cinderella (1950), Alice in Wonderland (1951), and Peter Pan (1953) during her 34 years with the company. She also brought her distinctive, colorful style to children's books, advertisements, theatrical set designs, and theme park attractions.
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  • Relié: 64 pages
  • Editeur : Disney Press; Édition : 1 (28 août 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1423104218
  • ISBN-13: 978-1423104216
  • Dimensions du produit: 26,7 x 21,6 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Par attoreteatro le 25 octobre 2009
Format: Relié
ce volume saisissant fait le double avec ce d'alice dans le pais des merveilles; il y a le sens magique de la couleur et des lignes, toujour presents chez mary blair, sa maitrise de la narration par images, certainement capitales pour la realisations des chef d'oevres disneyennes
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Labor of Love 5 novembre 2007
Par S. P. McCauley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This unexpectedly powerful version of the Disney Cinderella story may simply amaze you. Visually, it adapts concept art by Mary Blair--who was central to the look of Disney's feature films of Cinderella, Peter Pan, and Alice in Wonderland, and of his Small World exhibit.

These are not the final images as seen in Disney's film, but more expressionistic and primitive, freer, moodier, rougher, more startling. As art, they stand firmly on their own: extreme contrasts, dramatic compositions, surprising color combinations. (I think these pages would be fascinating to very young artists working with their own very free hands and their own exuberant experiments with color.) Blair's paintings capture and freeze moments of heightened feeling and thought and movement as only a brilliant artist can.

It's so interesting to play these images against those we have in memory from the film and to note how the concept paintings set the image and tone, but also how very powerful they are alone: a small square of bright sunlight warms the wall of a cold dark hallway where a young girl stands waiting--a lesson in mood, color, composition, and visual storytelling. And so is every page.

The storytelling itself is equally fine--a sublime, wise, rich, moving text by Cynthia Rylant. Beautiful unexpected turns of phrase surprise again and again. This is writing of the highest order. And it is perfectly IN place here--in this ageless work of art to which children and adults will return again and again.

"This is a book about Love." It is also clearly a labor of love for all concerned: note the interplay of text printed always against perfectly chosen colors that coordinate with the facing art (Make a game of this after the tenth rereading: "Why do you think they chose THIS color here?"), and the back dust jacket which hides (don't forget to peek) a different illustration altogether.

This is a beautiful book--one that might lead parents at some point to talk to children about editors, and artists, and designers, and poets, and about how great books are made.
15 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Stunning! 8 septembre 2007
Par Julie Neal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Wow! I have never seen a kids' picture book with this much sophistication. Though it's published by Disney, it does not have the typical Disney text or use the company's well-known Cinderella artwork. Instead, it retells the famous fairy tale in a spare, evocative style, and illustrates it with the 1950s watercolors that artist Mary Blair created as conceptual pieces for the animators of the classic film.

Here's how it describes when Cinderella meets the Prince at the ball: "How does a young man find his maiden? His heart leads him. He finds her in a room. He asks her to dance. And when he touches her, he knows."

The artwork is remarkable. Blair was Disney's best artist, known for her abstract interpretations that used white as their focal points. These paintings, each understated yet dramatic, represent some of her best work. I can't do them justice with words.

A good companion book, by the way, is The Art And Flair Of Mary Blair.
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Every little girl needs this version of Cinderella 27 novembre 2007
Par Rebecca - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book is a feast for both the eyes and ears. The text is sophisticated and completely lovely to read. I have read this several times to my four-year-old daughter and I've enjoyed explaining some of the author's terminology to her. Each time we read it, she picks up on another beautiful line and wants me to explain to her what it means. Some of our favorite lines from the book are "a child of ashes becomes a vision" and "in silence, love found them".

The text and the illustrations work so well together. It is truly unlike any version of Cinderella that I have read or watched. The illustrations are what prompted me to buy the book. Mary Blair is one of my favorite artists and this book has given me the opportunity to study some of her techniques. My daughter is too young to fully appreciate the mastery in the illustrations, but she is definitely picking up on the mood that they were intended to evoke. I'm amazed at how rich and full these illustrations are, even when using a minimal number of colors. I could gush on and on about how wonderful this book is!

Every detail of this book is beautiful. After writing this review, I'm looking forward to reading it to my daughter again very soon!
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Reissued Cinderella doesn't capture the magic of the original film ... 11 juin 2015
Par pearliegirly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I was really disappointed with this book - the re-telling of the story and the scans of the concept art were not up to par with the original film that we've come to know and love. The illustrations have been taken from the original concept art, and though they are beautiful, it seems that no one took the time to color correct, brighten and properly scan them at the highest resolution. They look dark and fuzzy on the page, and many times the faces of the characters are hidden or not shown. As for the re-telling of the tale, it began with a very dark perspective of Cinderella being without love and finding "love in silence" with the prince. Though it seems as if that might be charming or romantic, it comes off more as cryptic and I couldn't bear to read most of the story to my young children. I would choose another version of Cinderella over this haphazard reinvention.
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Truly a GEM! 25 octobre 2007
Par F. Montagna - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
If you are expecting a full translation of the Disney movie,this book is not for you.There are no mice and birds,but in their place is a sophisticated retelling of the Cinderella story acccompanied by Mary Blair's stunning inspirational artwork for the Disney film. Some of these paintings have been seen in books about Blair but some of them have not. The way that Disney Press has designed the book is truly beautiful as well. Cynthia Rylant's text strips down the story to the bare essence:Cinderella's dream to be loved. The text also does not get to wordy so it gives the reader a chance to savor the illustrations.
I highly recommend this book for anyone of any age.
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