The Red Tree

The Red Tree When a child awakens with dark leaves drifting into her bedroom she feels that sometimes the day begins with nothing to look forward to and things go from bad to worse Feelings too complex for words

  • Title: The Red Tree
  • Author: Shaun Tan
  • ISBN: 9780968876831
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When a child awakens with dark leaves drifting into her bedroom, she feels that sometimes the day begins with nothing to look forward to, and things go from bad to worse Feelings too complex for words are rendered into an imaginary landscape where the child wanders, oblivious to the glimmer of promise in the shape of a tiny red leaf Everything seems hopeless until the cWhen a child awakens with dark leaves drifting into her bedroom, she feels that sometimes the day begins with nothing to look forward to, and things go from bad to worse Feelings too complex for words are rendered into an imaginary landscape where the child wanders, oblivious to the glimmer of promise in the shape of a tiny red leaf Everything seems hopeless until the child returns to her room and sees the red tree At that perfect moment of beauty and purity, the child smiles and her world stirs anew.With sensitivity and wonder, Shaun Tan s evocative images in The Red Tree open a window to our inexplicable emotions and tell a story about the power of hope, renewal and inspiration.

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    1. An absolutely stunning picture book which conveys, in visual language easily accessible to a five year old, what it's like to suffer from a bipolar affective disorder. Move over Sylvia Plath, Tan has done it better.

    2. به خودم قول داده بودم تا وقتی برای چندتا از کتابای ۲۰۱۵ ریویو ننوشتم کتابی رو تموم نکنم تو ۲۰۱۶ تموم نکنم،اما وقتی این کتاب رو گرفتم دستم نشد.شون تن با همین تعداد کم کلماتش و با اون تصاویر زیبا وشکل‌های عالی و رنگ‌های فوق‌العاده معجزه کرده،خوندن و دیدن کتاب و لمس کردنش لذتی د [...]

    3. *REREAD ON 31ST DECEMBER 2015 TO REACH 200 BOOKS LOL*This is perfection in a picture book.

    4. Shaun Tan's "The Red Tree" is a sparely scripted book with incredible paintings telling the story of depression and how a person copes with it, from waking up and struggling to get out of bed, to finding the energy to walk to work as well as constantly battling the negative thoughts in your head. One of the most haunting images in the book is of an ordinary street scene rendered nightmarish by a giant fish with a gaping mouth and bleeding eyes hovering above the main character. It's a more frigh [...]

    5. Have you heard of Shaun Tan? I was first introduced to his beautiful books at an English Language Arts workshop a few years back, The Arrival remains one of my favorite "wordless" books. Stunningly beautiful illustrations, I recently used this book in my class as a writing prompt for my grade 7 and 8 students. It was so interesting to hear the different ways in which they interpreted the message or theme of the book. Highly recommended!

    6. I completely disagree that this book is about manic depression, which is Manny's take. It is simply about feeling bad and realising that this won't last forever and that things will get better. It is about the irrationality of this process.The author's take is that you can read it however you like. But having said that, he says:A nameless young girl appears in every picture, a stand-in for ourselves; she passes helplessly through many dark moments, yet ultimately finds something hopeful at the e [...]

    7. 2014 has been a crappy year for me. It has. And I'm not complaining, I'm just saying that when I opened this book I was aware of that fact. And it spoke to my heart through words and colors and emotions you can't just express with words.You might feel alone, you might sense a grey cloud over you, you might feel the need to define yourself every day but know this: when you least expect it, something good will be waiting for you. You just need to be patient and it will find you.

    8. Este objeto NÃO É um livro.É uma obra de arte.Só me apetece digitalizar algumas páginas e emoldurar as ilustrações.Tanta beleza!Este é um livro aparentemente simples mas com uma mensagem poderosa para quem se sente triste ou desanimado.Shaun Tan - um nome a reter - Só um comentário acerca da publicação portuguesa, do qual, apesar de excelente qualidade, acho o preço absolutamente exorbitante. Por acaso tenho-o porque vi-o muito barato.

    9. أحيانا يبدأ يومك دون أن تصبو إلى شيءالشجرة الحمراء قصة مصورة للأطفالللكاتب والرسام الأسترالي "شون تان".أحببت الرسومات كثيرا

    10. This picture book is for readers of all ages and I’ve never seen anything quite like it. The art is gorgeous and truly interesting, the story of despair and hope is well done. I wish there had been picture books like this years ago; it doesn’t at all underestimate children. This could also make a wonderful gift book for older children, young adults, and adults going through a difficult emotional time, especially those suffering with depression or facing a challenge that seems overwhelming. I [...]

    11. Shaun Tan has been one illustrator/author I’ve had my eye on for awhile! I liked how, “The Red Tree”, is for the young or old and how emotions are displayed as metaphors through these gorgeous illustrations. Can’t wait to read more from him in the future!

    12. The Red Tree, Shaun Tan عنوان: درخت قرمز؛ نویسنده: شون تن؛ مترجم: لیدا کاووسی؛ تهران، نشر نی، 1386، در 36 ص، مصور، شابک: ایکس - 964312973؛ موضوع: داستانهای کوتاه از نویسندگان استرالیائی قرن 21 معنوان: درخت سرخ؛ نویسنده: شون تن؛ مترجم: ریحانه حرم پناهی؛ تهران، وزارت آموزش و پرورش، موسسه فرهنگی مناد [...]

    13. Clare bought this to read to her children (she's a teacher), but they're 5/6 years old and she said the subject matter is probably too grim for them. It's about dealing with depression, if that's not too strong a term for the isolation and hurt a child can feel, and features the darkness seen in Tan's graphic novel 'The Arrival' (about immigration to a strnage land). Somehow he captures exactly what it feels like to be alone and sad, but with the glimmer of hope that can happen too.d in - what - [...]

    14. This is the best book I read lately. It is about the feeling of despair! Very easy, yet very complicted! I loved the page that goes, "Sometimes you wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait and wait but nothing ever happens" and the eight pictures zoom out the picture of the main character writing on the the floor counting days. You find out on the fifth picture that the girl is sitting on the back of a snail that goes in circles! In the end, a red tree grows into the girl's room.Simply, [...]

    15. This book is absolutely stunning! Blown my mind and has left me speechless! The powerful illustrations somehow reminded me of my old art lessons, when my teacher was teaching me about 'Salvador Dali Art On Surrealism'. The poetry, the imagery that i want to express cannot be expressed! Its that amazing!I have still have mixed views whether I will read this to a younger audience (5-7 years old), but there is no harm in introducing them to the notion that with every struggle that we endure in life [...]

    16. Read August 2016I read The Arrival (also by Shaun Tan) earlier this month and while I loved the artwork in it, The book as a whole didn’t work for me.But because I did love the art work, I wanted to give Shaun Tan another chance and got The Red Tree from my library as well. I’m so happy I did!The Red Tree is a story about loneliness, about having a bad day, feeling sad and afraid things won’t ever change, but also about hope and things getting better. A beautiful and comforting read, both [...]

    17. This story is controversial because it’s about sadness. The art is very beautiful like all of Tan’s work, but the text goes beyond what would be considered an ordinary child’s unhappiness and straight on to depression, something the author suffers from. Yet the summation is too simple for a child suffering from a major depressive episode. I think it is more a beautiful book for adults whether they’ve experienced the ravages of mental illness or not.

    18. Shaun Tan'ın hem en umutsuz kitabı, hem de sürpriz bir sonla insanı soktuğu umutsuz ruh haline minik minik gülümsetiyor. Arkadaşın evinde denk gelince ikinci kez okudum. Shaun Tan kelimeleri, renkleri, çizgileri ve duyguları bir büyücü gibi kazanında karıştırıyor ve bum! Okurken kurbağaya dönüşmemeye dikkat ediniz!

    19. It's a children's book, but it's probably one of the deeper children's books you're likely to come across. The meaning is subtle and easy to miss, but significant. The only clue I can give is this: read it twice, and look for what was always there.

    20. my dear friend carrie gave me this book, little knowing it would speak directly to my heart during a time when my ears didn't seem to be working. powerful stuff in the guise of a children's book.

    21. Amazing book! When initially reading you understand it’s about sadness/depression, but after closer analysis of the pictures there are loads of interesting things to pick up on and different meanings throughout. Definitely recommend reading.

    22. İlk cümle de ne diyeceğini, ne demek istediğini söyleyen Shaun Tan çigi romanı. Çizgi albümü de denebilir herhalde. "Bazen gün doğar ve hiç umut getirmez beraberinde." Tam olarak ülkece yaşadığımız 2016 ve devamında 2017 yıllarının hemen hemen her günü için söylenebilecek bir söz. Ama bir gün bir şekilde göreceğimiz güzellikler de olacak. Belki bizler de Kızıl Ağacı göreceğiz bir gün hiç beklemediğimiz bir anda.

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