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We LOVE this book!!!! Sector 7 tells the story of a
young boy who discovers that New York City's Empire State Building is
actually a gateway to a big 'cloud factory' in the
sky -- specifically the factory that produces clouds for 'sector 7' of the earth's surface which happens to be the northeastern portion of the US.
Wiesner's books are always so full of the unexpected! His fascinating alternate worlds make you want to jump inside the book and experience that world firsthand.
And in this title, his watercolor
illustrations are characteristically
brilliant! Kids will want to pour
over the details. This would be a fun
read any time of the year,
but it would be extra fitting during units on weather and clouds (ie:
in your introductory lesson before talking about where clouds really
Level: all ages (wordless)
- American Library Association Notable Children’s Book
- Horn Book Fanfare Outstanding Books of the Year
- New York Times Notable Books of the Year
- Publisher's Weekly Children's Book Editor's List
- School Library Journal Best Books of the Year
are a few pages from inside this fabulous book. These illustrations occur early in the
book and show the boy traveling to the top of the Empire State Building
with his class, then being surrounded by clouds and eventually whisked
off to the big 'cloud factory' in the sky. The
illustrations are fabulous---so creative, so
vintage David Wiesner. This is yet another book that shows how powerful
and fun wordless picture books can be!
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