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Review | Zathura - Chris Van Allsburg

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As Jumanji, many people who watched the 2005 movie, Zathura: A Space Adventure, they had no idea that the film was an adaptation of a book and also a continuation of the book. Chris Van Allsburg and released by Darkside by the Caveirinha seal.

Zathura is a direct continuation of Jumanji, and again with several differences for its film adaptation. The book is a children's chronicle and with characters that really need moral lessons, especially the older brother who is a real "trouble".

Chris' book is much richer than its predecessor, perhaps even at the time of its original release in 2002. The characters are more vivid and the story more straightforward with their moral lessons. Not that the previous book is not full of adventure and empathetic characters, but this time the author works in a different way when dealing with the fight between brothers, which reaches physical problems.

Zathura is a work with warmongering illustrations, a simple and charming text. Each page is a true painted panel, even if in black and white. Some "villains" that pass through the pages resemble various animations from the 1980s and earlier, with the Robot, which looks like Woodpecker.

This is a book worth reading together with Jumanji and not separately. The space adventure starts on Earth, passes through a planet called Zathura and ends on our planet. And with every dice thrown, the reader is sure to get carried away and get into every aspect of this fantastic work.

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Zathura is a work with bellicose illustrations, a simple and charming text. Each page is a real painted panel, even if in black and white, where each dice thrown, the reader is sure to get excited and get into every aspect of this fantastic work.review-zathura-chris-van-allsburg

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