Buy Chalk Eagle, paperback, 32pp, £10.99 (discounts may apply)
Available 29 January 2018
- Created by Nazli Tahvili
A young boy living in the heart of a busy city spots an eagle swooping overhead, and dreams of what it would be like to fly away and soar over mountains and rivers.
Using a little chalk he draws his own eagle – and then himself – into existence.
The two fly away together, and embark on a wonderful adventure of the boy’s own imagination.
With original screenprinted illustrations by the award-winning Iranian artist Nazli Tahvili, this wordless picture book is a testament to the power of imagination and brings to life every child’s dream of soaring into the sky.
More about this book:
- Chalk Eagle was selected among top 10 wordless picture books!
- Watch Chalk Eagle’s stunning animated book trailer
- Chalk Eagle was picked for Perfect Picture Book Friday
- Read about our wordless picture book campaign and some of the responses here, here, here and here
- Elizabeth Laird: we need to be educated in how to use wordless picture books. Video
- Highlights of our wordless picture book campaign: universal, imaginative, beautiful
- Read a blog post:Wordless picture books speak to all of us!
- A blogpost: Look to Chalk Eagle for a New Year’s resolution
- Chalk Eagle speaks all languages. A teacher’s view
- Five reasons your school needs Chalk EagleUsing
- Read an experience from a tutor: Chalk Eagle in my lessons give students confidence
- Read a teacher’s view: I would use Chalk Eagle in our primary school – Mrs McFarlane
- Read a review by Read it Daddy: what it would be like to soar over mountains and rivers
- ًRead a review by Parents in Touch: Children’s imaginations play in Chalk Eagle
- Read a review by Stephanie Cummings: dreaming of flying high into the wide open sky
- Read a review by educational consultant Laura Davies: Chalk Eagle has real value in the classroom
- Read a review by Books for Keeps: a dreamscape between reality and imagination
- Read a review by Just Imagine: a testament to the power of imagination
- Sophie Turton, a primary school teacher, explains how her class used Chalk Eagle in an art-project
- Read a review by Laura Bellini: Chalk Eagle gives children the chance to find their own words
- Read a review by Jenny Duke, an illustrator and literary consultant
- Read a review by Outside in World: Chalk Eagle is a testament to the power of imagination
- Read an interview with Nazli Tahvili by Let’s Talk Picture Books
- Read a review by Children’s Books Ireland: Chalk Eagle opens up an open, imaginative world
- Read a blog: Are people buying wordless picture books?!
- Read a review by Achuka: Chalk Eagle is richly evocative
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