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Furthermore: By Tahereh Mafi

Alice is on a quest to find her beloved father. She lives in a world full of bright colors and magic. In her world color is magic, color is life, color is everything. The sun rains light that colors the world and the people in it… But, Alice has no color. Her hair is almost yellow and her skin is almost pink. That leaves her alone in the world. When life is at its worst for Alice, her old enemy Oliver convinces her to go on a journey with him. During their quest though a world full of tricks, they become best friends. They set out to find her lost father. No one knows why he left, but his love and joy was Alice. And what she wanted most was color!

 

mY DIORAMA:

This represents the scene where Oliver and Alice first walk into Isal’s (who is the seamstress) house. They walk in and see the place as a “glorified storage box”, littered with pins, string, boxes and boxes of jewels, and baskets of feathers.  Also, the amazing oil paintings that Alice and Oliver are forced to jump through bedeck the walls. The one in the center on the left is the one that they jump through. The others one are simple mock ups of the paintings that they could’ve jumped through. Behind each painting I made a little picture of what the scene would be like if they went through that painting! I hope you enjoy it and I had LOTS of fun making it!!

-Anna 🙂

 

This is the back of the box that the diorama is in!!

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6 Comments

  1. natalie dente April 22, 2017

    hi Anna, very interesting. sounds like a great story. liked your diorama. this blog is very jumpy .hard to leave a message, Grandma Natalie

  2. Marco April 24, 2017

    Awesome diorama! It is so cool looking! Furthermore sounds like a great story, I’ll have to read it sometime.

  3. Kathryn April 26, 2017

    In her world color is magic, color is life, color is everything. The sun rains light that colors the world and the people in it… But, Alice has no color.

    I love this – the rhythm of your writing and the repetition in three shows how color is the driving force of conflict and action in this book. It’s a fascinating and beautiful idea. I’d really like to read it! And your diorama is SUPER cool. I love the way the paintings extend from the wall to reveal the hidden worlds of possibility beneath. Well done!

  4. Aunt Debbie July 6, 2017

    Great book review! I’m adding this to my summer reading list. I love the details in your diorama too. Super creative!
    xo Aunt D

  5. Isabella July 8, 2017

    Sounds like a good book! I should read it! Thanks for the review!

  6. emilio July 8, 2017

    I love color color party

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