Looking for Atlantis

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Random House Australia, 2007 - Atlantis (Legendary place) - 32 pages
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Grandfather left his grandson a seafarer's chest, a parrot called Titanic and a dream -athe dream of looking for Atlantis. 'Atlantis is right here all around you,' Grandfather said, 'you have to learn how to look for it.' So when Grandfather dies, the boy starts looking: in the chest, on shelves, in books, under the stairs. Colin Thompson's dazzlingly detailed pictures richly illustrate the boy's magical journey of discovery.
  

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Review: Looking for Atlantis

User Review  - Jennifer Gamel - Goodreads

This was an okay book, it did have great illustrations. Read full review

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User Review  - Julia Miller - Goodreads

At its heart, Looking for Atlantis is about a boy's grief over the loss of his grandfather, and the power of imagination. However, this is never made explicit. We are introduced to an unnamed boy of ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Colin Thompson is the award-winning author and illustrator of more than forty books, including the novel How to Live Forever and The Short and Incredibly Happy Life of Riley, winner of the CBC of Australia Picture Book of the Year Award. Born in London, Mr. Thompson currently resides in Bellingen, Australia.

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