Free Fall

Free Fall Review

When he falls asleep with a book in his arms, a young boy dreams an amazing dream—about dragons, about castles, and about an unchartered, faraway land. And you can come along....

Title:Free Fall
Edition Language:English

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    Free Fall Reviews

  • Mischenko

    To see Wednesday's Wordless Picture Books, please visit www.readrantrockandroll.comIn Free Fall, a boy falls asleep with his book in his hands. He begins to dream about a faraway adventure while disco...

  • Calista

    This is not really a story, but an exploration of someones dream. It is a wordless book so my nephew loved it and he came up with quite a story. We always let the nephew tell us the story with a wordl...

  • David Schaafsma

    An early (1988) wordless picture book by Wiesner about a boy falling asleep reading. The stories he reads generate his "free falling" dreams, which are colorfully and dreamily illustrated but unremark...

  • Manybooks

    Although I can and ALWAYS do manage to at least appreciate David Wiesner's colourfully bold, lushly descriptive illustrations, more often than not, their rich (and usually primarily wordless) details ...

  • Emma

    Another beautiful story without words, perfect for older children to use as a base for many creative writing projects....

  • Lisa Vegan

    I read his book Flotsam before I read this one. In fact, I read this one becaue of Flotsam. This one is really amazing as it contains no words at all; Flotsam has very few words and the pictures do te...

  • u1124876 UEL

    What a book! Free Fall is a picture book which tells the story of a boy who falls asleep after looking at an atlas and has the most in depth, mythical dream. Without one written word this book is fant...

  • L-Crystal Wlodek

    This wordless picture book has won the Caldecott Honor in 1989 and is intended for children in third-fifth grade. This story is about a boy who falls asleep with an atlas in his arms. He then has a dr...

  • Agn?

    3.5 out of 5The blurb/poem on the front flap of the cover describes this wordless picturebook perfectly:"In the silenceof a dreamour adventures movein seamless progressionas we conquerour dragon,explo...

  • Cheryl

    Did not anyone else find Free Fall rather more like a nightmare than a fun adventure? Changing sizes at random, without even a bottle labeled "Drink Me," shaking hands with a knight who turned out to ...