Cornelia and the Jungle Machine
Cornelia and her parents move in to a new house. Bored, she is sent to play “outside.” She discovers a hidden treehouse and a boy her own age.
“Do you really live here all alone?” she asks.
“No I live here with my inventions. Come and take a look . . .”
Inside Cornelia is introduced to a magical machine. A jungle machine!
Nora Brech’s gothic illustrations are packed with imaginative details and perspectives. Through an extreme wide-angle lens, she draws the reader in to a powerfully detailed, filmatic world.
|Interest Level||Kindergarten - Grade 2|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Number of Pages||32|
“Illustrative details abound in this atmospheric picture book of a mere 112 words.”—Shelf Awareness
“An imaginative fantasy that gives readers plenty of room to roam.”—Kirkus Reviews
Author, Illustrator: Nora Brech
Nora Brech was born in 1988 in Norway. She lives in Oslo, where she works as an illustrator. Cornelia and the Jungle Machine is her first book.