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ISBN:1844287661
Author: Chris Riddell
ISBN13: 978-1844287666
Title: The Da Vinci Cod
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Language: English
Category: Drawing
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd (December 5, 2005)
Pages: 48

The Da Vinci Cod by Chris Riddell



Isengnya Chris Riddell membuat ilustrasi bagi buku yang tak pernah ditulis. I nearly wet my pants from laughing at this book, the first time I read it. Twisting classic (or very popular) book titles, Chris Riddell includes illustrations that perfectly capture the inanity of the spoofs. From "To Grill a Mockingbird," to "The Secret Gordon," to "Wuthering Tights," The Da Vinci Cod offers page after page of hilarity with only a few titles that are obscure enough to dull the joke. May 09, 2015 Ro Long rated it it was amazing.

Chris Riddell, OBE (/rɪdˈɛl/ rid-EL) (born 13 April 1962) is a British illustrator and occasional writer of children's books and a political cartoonist for the Observer. He has won three Kate Greenaway Medals, the British librarians' annual award for the best-illustrated children's book, and two of his works were commended runners-up, a distinction dropped after 2002. Books that he wrote or illustrated have won three Nestlé Smarties Book Prizes and have been silver or bronze runners-up four times

Besides "The Da Vinci Cod," there are drawings for "The Apes of Wrath," "The Water Adolescents," and "Oliver Bust. Sixty-six titles are spoofed, with the original publication dates ranging from 1776 to 2003, with the "apologies" to the authors at the back (in other words, Riddell provides a key in case a reader can't figure out the spoof). This book is flat-out funny, and often irreverent. Literature teachers might get a kick out of assigning classes to figure out the title spoofs, as should the students (theoretically)

Just in time for the movie event of the year - THE DA VINCI CODE - comes a droll gift book for literati, featuring fifty-eight of the best books never written. Who is the mysterious hero of WUTHERING TIGHTS? Do you know how TO GRILL A MOCKINGBIRD? Could you face the HEART OF DORKNESS? There are many shelves in the library of unwritten books, all of them empty. Inspired by their blank pages - and unencumbered by actual authors - award-winning illustrator Chris Riddell presents a remarkable collection of humorous drawings that slyly turns the literary canon on its head.

TITLE: The Da Vinci Cod: and Other Illustrations to Unwritten Books. Other Books, Comics, Magazines. Chris Riddell, author, illustrator and political cartoonist for The Observer has won numerous awards for his supremely detailed artwork. Chris is the illustrator of Jonathan Swift's Gulliver and the award-winning Pirate Diary. He lives in Brighton.

Find nearly any book by Chris Riddell. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780862641597 (978-0-86264-159-7) Hardcover, Andersen Press, 1987. Find signed collectible books: 'Bird's New Shoes'. The Da Vinci Cod. by Chris Riddell. ISBN 9781844287666 (978-1-84428-766-6) Hardcover, Walker Books Ltd, 2005. Find signed collectible books: 'The Da Vinci Cod'.

Subject: Mystery-detective thriller. 1 Worldwide Bestseller - More Than 80 Million Copies Sold. As millions of readers around the globe have already discovered, The Da Vinci Code is a reading experience unlike any other.

Chris Riddell - Chris Riddell, February 2010 Chris Riddell (born 1962) is a British illustrator and occasional writer of children s literature, and a political cartoonist for The Observer. Chris Riddell - est un illustrateur et occasionnellement un écrivain anglais de littérature jeunesse et un caricaturiste pour le journal anglais The Observer. Il a gagné le Kate Greenaway Medal deux fois et le Nestlé Smarties Book Prize à sept reprises.

Reviews: 4
Usanner
A friend showed me her copy of this book, with regrets that it was out of print. I searched, found it on Amazon, and ordered my own copy. Now I can share it with MY friends. This is a very slight book, but an utter delight. Chris Riddell has a charmingly twisted mind and a deft hand for graphic literary mash-up. Warning: avoid if you don't love puns.
Mogelv
clean copy, fast ship.
Fohuginn
Known for his political cartoons and book illustrations, artist Chris Riddell has assembled an entertaining collection of illustrations sure to please literature/English teachers everywhere. In THE DA VINCI COD: AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS FOR UNWRITTEN BOOKS, Riddell shares drawings that spoof famous book titles.

Besides "The Da Vinci Cod," there are drawings for "The Apes of Wrath," "The Water Adolescents," and "Oliver Bust." Sixty-six titles are spoofed, with the original publication dates ranging from 1776 to 2003, with the "apologies" to the authors at the back (in other words, Riddell provides a key in case a reader can't figure out the spoof).

This book is flat-out funny, and often irreverent. Literature teachers might get a kick out of assigning classes to figure out the title spoofs, as should the students (theoretically).

For anyone who likes to read or appreciates classic literature, this little book is a hoot. Take it home so you always have a few laughs available on an otherwise gloomy day.

Reviewed by Christina Wantz Fixemer

11/21/2006
Walianirv
The drawings are delightful, some of the puns are real groaners--but in a good way. Hilda Karenina, The Prisoner of Brenda--I laughed out loud.