Published by Candlewick Press
Summary: In this third and final volume of a wordless trilogy, a girl travels once again into the magical world she discovered in Journey and continued to explore in Quest. This time, though, her father finally looks up from his work and follows her. She meets up with the boy, the king, and the bird from the previous books, and as usual, the bad guys make an appearance. They have a box that draws the magical crayons and their creations inside of it. The boy, girl, and king are powerless to stop it, but Dad turns out to have a magical crayon of his own, and figures out a way to save the day. 40 pages; grades K-5.
Pros: Caldecott honoree Aaron Becker has risen to the occasion of creating a third amazing book in this trilogy. I just spent quite a while with a 9-year-old who moved from one book to the other, finding all kinds of details I had missed (“Did you notice the boy always draws animals and the girl always draws machines?”). Some of the best, most beautifully illustrated wordless picture books I have ever seen.
Cons: If you hurry through these books, you will miss a lot!